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Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash's America album mp3
Country Gospel,Country-Pop,Cowboy,Gospel,Rockabilly,Traditional Country,Rock & Roll
  • Performer:
    Johnny Cash
  • Title:
    Johnny Cash's America
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  • Style:
    Country Gospel,Country-Pop,Cowboy,Gospel,Rockabilly,Traditional Country,Rock & Roll
  • Date of release:
    June 24, 2008
  • Recording date:
    May, 1955 - March 18, 1980
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    1377 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1370 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1210 megabytes
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The Johnny Cash albums discography chronicles the output of one of the most prolific recorded music artists of all time, singer Johnny Cash. His lengthy career, spanning 1954 to 2003, included the release of 96 albums on several record labels. Over the years, Cash also collaborated with many of the industry's most notable artists, and received many awards and accolades from different organizations.

Johnny Cash had different backing bands, tried different approaches and went through some turbulent periods in his personal life, but somehow he never lost touch with who he was, both as a creative artist and as a human being. Having brought his previous drug problems under control, Cash was at his peak when he recorded "At Folsom Prison", the very best Johnny Cash album, in my opinion, in 1968. The album bristles with energy and attitude as well as great, great music from Cash and his band (Carl Perkins and The Tennessee Three). It features many classics, including a live version of "Folsom Prison Blues", and Jackson, sung as a duet with his soon to be wife, June Carter.

A study in contrasts, and all the more American because of it, Johnny Cash holds a unique place in pop music history. His fans span generations, and fit in across the cultural spectrum, from teenaged punks to gray-haired congressmen, from Merle Haggard to Snoop Dogg, and seemingly all points in between. His music has always been instantly recognizable no matter what genre - country, rockabilly, gospel, folk - he was working in, and given the sheer volume of material he recorded, it's amazing how uniform it all is, adding up in the end to, well, Johnny Cash.

Documentary DVD: Johnny Cash's America. Released 1972 on the album America: A 200 Year Salute In Story And Song CD-8: recorded August 13, 1958, Nashville. Released 1958 on the album The Fabulous Johnny Cash CD-9: recorded January 13, 1968, Folsom Prison, CA. Released 1968 on the album At Folsom Prison CD-10: recorded April 13, 1971, Nashville. Released 1971 on the album Man In Black CD-11: recorded April 17, 1970, The White House, Washington, . Previously unreleased. CD-12: recorded February 16, 1971, Nashville. Released 1971 on the album Man In Black CD-13: recorded August 21, 1962, Nashville

It also delves into how Cash addressed the issues of his day and evolved to be both a patriot and a social activist. This documentary combines archival footage and interviews to examine the life of one of music's most universal legends, Johnny Cash. The film recounts the events of Cash's life, from his poor beginnings to his celebrity and his battle with drugs. It also delves into how Cash addressed the issues of his day and evolved to be both a patriot and a social activist.

There is nothing like a meal with family. 12 July at 08:00 ·. He was mighty proud of 'Ragged Old Flag. This original print ad featured highlights from Cash's own liner notes for the album.

Today, we explore Johnny Cash’s 1994 comeback American Recordings. I have problems with every Johnny Cash album Rick Rubin produced, though I like all of them. But that mistake is probably the reason we have Hurt and The Man Comes Around, Cash’s definitive song about God, so on balance I look the other way. American Recordings is flawed, and it’s not a masterpiece. Nearly a quarter-century on, it’s just a good Johnny Cash album.

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Richard J. Alcock - Producer
Lamar Alexander - Interviewee
Joe Allen - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel
Vic Anesini - Mastering, Remastering
Earl Poole Ball - Main Personnel, Original Recording Producer, Piano, Producer
Steven Berkowitz - A&R, Executive Producer
Norman Blake - Guitar
Charlie Bragg - Audio Production, Original Recording Producer, Producer
Larry Butler - Original Recording Producer, Producer
The Carter Family - Main Personnel, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Anita Carter - Main Personnel, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Mother Maybelle Carter - Autoharp, Main Personnel
John Carter Cash - Executive Producer
Johnny Cash - Adaptation, Arranger, Audio Production, Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Narrator, Original Recording Producer, Primary Artist, Producer, Recitation, Vocals
Rosanne Cash - Interviewee
Al Clayton - Photography
Jack Clement - Audio Production, Guitar, Original Recording Producer, Producer
Charlie Cochran - Main Personnel, Piano
Chris Cooper - Narrator
Sheryl Crow - Interviewee
Channing Delph - Producer
Bob Dylan - Interviewee
Ray Edenton - Guitar
Gregg Geller - Audio Production, Compilation Producer, Producer
Robert Gordon - Director, Producer
Al Gore - Interviewee
Marshall Grant - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel
Buddy Harman - Drums, Main Personnel
Jerry Hensley - Guitar, Main Personnel
Jeremy Holiday - Packaging Manager
W.S. Holland - Drums, Main Personnel
John Jackson - Project Director
Bob Johnson - Banjo, Lute, Main Personnel
Bob Johnston - Audio Production, Original Recording Producer, Producer
Frank Jones - Audio Production, Original Recording Producer, Producer
David Carroll Kirby - Guitar, Main Personnel
Red Lane - Guitar
Don Law - Audio Production, Original Recording Producer, Producer
David Leonard - Photography
Rufus Long - Flute, Main Personnel
Kenny Malone - Drums, Main Personnel
Jim Marshall - Cover Photo, Photography
Randall Martin - Art Direction, Design
Tara McAdams - Liner Notes
Charlie McCoy - Harmonica, Main Personnel
John Mellencamp - Interviewee
Mark Morris - Percussion
Morgan Neville - Director, Executive Producer, Producer, Writer
The Oak Ridge Boys - Vocals (Background)
Jim Parham - Project Director
Chris Perkel - Editing
Carl Perkins - Additional Personnel, Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Vocals
Luther Perkins - Guitar (Electric), Main Personnel
Sam Phillips - Original Recording Producer, Producer
Bill Pursell - Main Personnel, Piano
Jason Raditch - Producer
Marty Robbins - Main Personnel, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Tim Robbins - Interviewee
Lou Robin - Executive Producer
Jack Routh - Guitar, Main Personnel
Brenna Sanchez - Supervising Producer
Earl Scruggs - Banjo, Main Personnel
Rob Sharenow - Executive Producer
Snoop Dogg - Interviewee
The Statler Brothers - Additional Personnel, Vocals (Background)
Marty Stuart - Guitar, Main Personnel
Bobby Thompson - Guitar
Traditional - Composer
Blake West - Editing
Bob Wootton - Guitar (Electric), Main Personnel

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Come Along and Ride This Train Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 2:27
2 Pickin' Time Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 1:58
3 Five Feet High and Rising Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 1:47
4 Big River Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 2:32
5 Cry! Cry! Cry! Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 2:24
6 All of God's Children Ain't Free Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 2:13
7 Big Foot Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 2:38
8 Don't Take Your Guns to Town Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 3:03
9 Folsom Prison Blues Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 2:44
10 Singing in Vietnam Talkin' Blues Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 2:58
11 What Is Truth Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 2:37
12 Man in Black Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 2:53
13 Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord) Traditional Johnny Cash 3:56
14 Children, Go Where I Send Thee Traditional Johnny Cash 6:21
15 Ragged Old Flag Johnny Cash Johnny Cash 3:09
16 Song of the Patriot Johnny Cash 3:29
17 This Land Is Your Land Johnny Cash 2:53
18 I Am the Nation Johnny Cash 3:14

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Bonus Material Johnny Cash