Both of them are great and I like them, too.
I'd like to point out, however, to yet another recent CD, dedicated to the memory of J.J. Cale. It came out on the market in late July, 2014, I believe everywhere. It's referred to as Eric Clapton's "They Call Me The Breeze; An Appreciation of J.J. Cale", but his songs are covered by many fine musicians.
If you haven't heard it yet, please check it out on YouTube. I think that Mark Knopfler should have recorded more of J.J. Cale songs since he sings and plays in the similar way. In addition, his voice timber (tone color) can be compared to that of late Cale.
To be honest, a year after J.J. Cale passed away, I was hoping for a CD released by J.J. Cale's wife, Christine Lakeland, since she knows all of his songs by heart because she played with him all the time. But it hasn't happened. Well, maybe next year?
Best regards to you,