A5. This Side Of The Law. B1. Flesh And Blood (Instrumental).
Album · 1971 · 10 Songs. The soundtrack album to the overlooked 1971 film Little Fauss and Big Halsy finds Johnny Cash and his Tennessee Three teaming up with his old Sun Records labelmate Carl Perkins on a short but engaging set of original tunes. Reflecting the movie's motorcycle-racing theme, the songs have a scruffy, hardbitten feel that recalls the Man in Black’s early hits. Cash embodies the outlaw spirit of the film’s main characters (played by Robert Redford and Michael J. Pollard) in the rollicking Rollin’ Free and the melancholy Little Man. Perkins makes his presence felt by contributing songs like.
The Tennessee Three was the backing band for singer Johnny Cash for nearly 25 years; he was known especially for his country music and rockabilly genre, although he won awards in numerous categories. In 1980, he reorganized the group, expanding it and naming it The Great Eighties Eight. The band provided the unique backing that would come to be recognized by fans as "the Johnny Cash sound.
Johnny Cash At San Quentin.
Walk the Line (оригинал Johnny Cash ). Стараюсь быть безупречным (перевод ). I keep a close watch on this heart of mine. Я не спускаю с моей любимой глаз, I keep my eyes wide open all the time. Я не смыкаю глаз ни на секунду, I keep the ends out for the tie that binds. Я дорожу узами, что нас соединяю. ecause you're mine, I walk the line. Поскольку ты моя, я стараюсь быть безупречны. find it very, very easy to be true. And happiness I've known proves that it's right. Счастье, что я познал, доказывает, всё правильно -. Because you're mine, I walk the line. ou've got a way to keep me on your side.
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For Walk the Line, his biopic of country legend Johnny Cash, director James Mangold took a different tactic than director Taylor Hackford did with his Ray Charles bio, Ray. Where Hackford used Charles' classic original recordings for Atlantic as the heart of the film, Mangold decided to use new recordings for his movie, hiring producer T-Bone Burnett, the mastermind behind the surprise soundtrack success of the Coen Brothers' old-timey O Brother, Where Art Thou?, to steer his cast through re-creations of the classic Sun sound. All this means that on a pure sonic level, Walk the Line is quite successful, but as a soundtrack album, it's still a bit of a disconcerting listen because it is, after all, actors singing as part of their performance.