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Cash - The Best Of The Sun Years album mp3

Cash - The Best Of The Sun Years album mp3

Performer: Cash
Title: The Best Of The Sun Years
Released: 2007
Style: Country, Rockabilly
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 321

Over the years, Cash also collaborated with many of the industry's most notable artists, and received many awards and accolades from different organizations. Release date: November 15, 1962. - - Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash. Release date: August 1, 1963. Label: Columbia Records. His cameo vocal appearance on The Wanderer on U2's Zooropa album led to a meeting with producer Rick Rubin and ultimately resulted in the American Recordings series of albums, which feature many collaborations. The band Coldplay had intended to record the song "Til Kingdom Come" from X&Y with Cash, but he died before they could. The song is dedicated to Cash on the album and on their "Twisted Logic Tour" where they also perform "Ring of Fire.

Johnny Cash (born . Cash; February 26, 1932 – September 12, 2003) was an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, actor, and author. View full artist profile. Play all. The Highwaymen. Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash.

Band Name Johnny Cash. Album Name The Sun Years. Data de aparición 1990. 1. Folsom Prison Blues. 5. Guess Thing Happen That Way. 6. Rock Island Line. 7. Home of the Blues. 8. Luther Played the Boogie. 9. Mean Eyed Cat. 10. Big River. 12. Come in Stranger. 14. There You Go. 15. Ballad of a Teenage Queen. 16. So Doggone Lonesome. 17. The Ways of a Woman in Love. 18. Give my Love to Rose.

The influence and greatness of Cash as one of the major figures,on all major forms of roots music is unparalled and these Sun recordings capture him in the pristine clarity and rawness of his early days and truthfully the best way to approach this artist is on this set of classics.

Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues. Johnny Cash - Wreck of the Old '97. Johnny Cash - Rock Island Line.

Johnny Cash's 15 Best Songs: Critic's Picks. 6/26/2017 by Chuck Dauphin. In the course of his almost five-decade recording career, Johnny Cash created many of the greatest songs in country and pop music. Cash’s music was influenced by such musical geniuses as Sam Phillips in the early years, and in the last decade of his life, Rick Rubin.

Johnny Cash singing in Bremen, Germany in September 1972. Cash is one of the great American icons, his popularity spans across almost all age groups, musical genres and social groups. During his prolific music career, country legend Johnny Cash recorded some 55 studio albums, 6 live albums, and 84 compilations albums, as well as releasing many hit songs. The recordings listed below represent the 10 best Johnny Cash albums in my opinion.

From Run the Jewels' self-named album to Nas' classic "Illmatic," these are the 100 best hip-hop albums of all time. Jeru the Damaja: 'The Sun Rises in the East'. Fame proved elusive for the Brooklyn emcee, but Jeru's talent and Premier's mind-blowing compositions made his debut one of the quintessential '90s hip-hop albums. Finding early promotional copies of this album years later is like finding unicorn blood.

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1 I Walk The Line
2 Folsom Prison Blues
3 Cry Cry Cry
4 Get Rhythm
5 Home Of The Blues
Written By – Douglas Glenn Tubb, Lillie McAlpin
6 Ballad Of A Teenage Queen
7 Big River
8 Down The Street To 301
9 Guess Things Happen That Way
10 Luther Played The Boogie
11 Give My Love To Rose
12 Mean Eyed Cat
13 Remember Me (I'm The One Who Loves You)
Written By – Stuart Hamblen
14 The Wreck Of The Old '97
Arranged By – Johnny CashWritten By – Traditional
15 I Heard That Lonesome Whistle Blow
Written By – Hank Williams, Jimmie Davis
16 Rock Island Line
Written By – Leadbelly
17 The Ways Of A Woman In Love
Written By – Bill Justis, Charlie Rich
18 Hey! Porter
19 So Doggone Lonesome
20 There You Go
21 Katy Too
22 Come In Stranger
23 You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven
Written By – Hoyt Johnson, Jim Atkins
24 It's Just About Time
25 I Was There When It Happened
Written By – Fern Jones, Jimmie Davis


  • Songwriter – Jack Clement (tracks: 6, 8-9, 21, 24), Johnny Cash (tracks: 1-5, 7, 10-12, 18-23)


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