Five Complete albums containing 72 songs: The Fabulous Johnny Cash (1958), Songs Of Our Soil (1959), Hymns By Johnny Cash (1959), Ride This Train (1960) and Orange Blossom Special (1965).
A wonderfully upbeat Cash and wife June Carter Cashs stories and introductions punctuate the music; June contributes a boisterous Jackson duet with Johnny; local songstress Lucy Clark duets on the first performance anywhere at the time of Johnnys What Is Man?We're one of the oldest and best known dating communities on the web, and we have a unique, and very popular, secret weapon - our intelligent two-way matching feature.It's successfully launched thousands of happy and lasting relationships. There have been many collaborations in musical history that were clearly meant to be, almost too many to speak of, but the union of Johnny Cash and Sun record's Sam Phillips is one that deserves to be celebrated time and time again. to Folsom Prison Blues to I Walk The Line, Cash's ascendancy into the realm of Rock and Roll royalty can be clearly traced, and who better to lead him there than the man who discovered the King. Celebrating one of the most legendary and diverse careers of all time, Johnny Cash The Greatest series highlights and honors the various musical sides of Johnny Cash.Released days after his 2003 death, this collection of 1962-80 tracks features one moving performance after another: The Christmas Guest; O Come All Ye Faithful; Christmas As I Knew It; The Christmas Spirit; Silent Night; Blue Christmas, and more. Painstakingly compiled by the artists and the music nuts at Legacy Recordings, these collections truly represent an artists' complete body of work. Above all else, Johnny Cash is a country music icon.S.; First 19 Albums (1958-1967) Released for First Time in Mono on CD by Columbia/Legacy in the U. Two brand-new compilations especially for this box set: o Johnny Cash With His Hot & Blue Guitar (at Sun Records, 1954-58, 28 songs); o The Singles, Plus (2 CDs, 55 songs, singles not originally included on albums, 'plus' guest performances on albums by Bob Dylan, The Carter Family, The Earl Scruggs Revue, Marty Robbins, Willie Nelson, Shel Silverstein, and others) An amazing collection of some of Cashs finest early Columbia Records albums.
A must-have for the die-hard Cash fan of for anyone who wants to get to know the musical legacy of The Man In Black.
Originally released in 1963, it contains holiday classics as well as four compositions by Cash himself. Youll no doubt enjoy the sound of the beautifully remastered songs on this CD (as opposed to MP3's that contain less information, which translate into compromised sound).
A must-have for all Johnny Cash fans during the holiday season. But we think the thing you'll appreciate most about this Playlist is that even though you didn't make it, you might wish you did.
The latter two titles are long out of print in the U. From his upbringing in Arkansas and throughout his entire life Cash always had a passion for spiritual music.
His journey began at the First Baptist Church in his hometown of Dyess, Arkansas; he first auditioned at Sun Records with dreams of becoming a gospel artist; and throughout his career, Cash never lost site of his calling to gospel.
Also features expanded liner notes and previously unpublished photos. He opened with 'A Boy Named Sue' for a fully-seated auditorium and for the next hour plus, continued with some of his biggest hits and fan favorites.