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JOHNNY CASH: FOREVER WORDS (Vinyl) (2LP)

Johnny Cash: Forever Words is a collaborative album consisting of 16 songs created from Johnny Cash's unknown poetry, lyrics, and letters set to music by an astounding array of contemporary artists including Chris Cornell, Ruston Kelly & Kacey Musgraves, Rosanne Cash, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Brad Paisley, Kris Kristofferson & Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Elvis Costello, and more.

For nearly 60 years, the words of Johnny Cash have reached across cultural, spiritual and ideological borders. He was not only a singer of great songs, but a teller of universal truths about justice, faith, love, and independence. It was in this spirit that Johnny Cash: Forever Words, was created.

Recorded primarily at The Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tennessee and co-produced by John Carter Cash and Steve Berkowitz, Johnny Cash: Forever Words is also the musical companion to the best-selling "Forever Words: The Unknown Poems," a volume of Cash's unpublished writing edited by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon.

 

TRACKLISTING

LP1

SIDE A

1. Forever/I Still Miss Someone - Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson
2. To June This Morning - Ruston Kelly and Kacey Musgraves
3. Gold All Over the Ground - Brad Paisley
4. You Never Knew My Mind - Chris Cornell
5. The Captain's Daughter - Alison Krauss and Union Station

 

SIDE B

1. Jellico Coal Man - T. Bone Burnett
2. The Walking Wounded - Rosanne Cash
3. Them Double Blues - John Mellencamp
4. Body on Body - Jewel

 

LP2

SIDE C

1. I'll Still Love You - Elvis Costello
2. June's Sundown - Carlene Carter
3. He Bore It All - Daily and Vincent
4. Chinky Pin Hill - I'm With Her

 

SIDE D

1. Goin', Goin', Gone - Robert Glasper featuring Ro James, and Anu Sun
2. What Would I Dreamer Do? - The Jayhawks
3. Spirit Rider – Jamey Johnson
Everybody Loves a Nut (Vinyl)

Everybody Loves a Nut (Vinyl)

by Johnny Cash
$34.95

Everybody Loves a Nut is the 23rd album by Johnny Cash, originally released in 1966. The album consists largely of humorous novelty songs.

Cash would reprise a number of the tracks on this album in later venues such as TV performances, and live versions of "Dirty Old Egg Sucking Dog" and "Joe Bean" would be featured on his later live album At Folsom Prison. Cash also performed "Dirty Old Egg Sucking Dog" a decade later during an appearance on The Muppet Show. "Please Don't Play Red River Valley" would also later be performed by Cash on his TV series as a musical comedy routine with his wife, June Carter Cash.

180 gram audiophile vinyl 

TRACKLISTING

SIDE A

  1. Everybody Loves a Nut
  2. The One on the Right is on the Left
  3. Cup of Coffee (feat. Ramblin’ Jack Elliot)
  4. The Bug That Tried to Crawl Around the World
  5. The Singing Star’s Queen

SIDE B

  1. Austin Prison
  2. Dirty Old Egg Sucking Dog
  3. Take Me Home
  4. Please Don’t Play Red River Valley
  5. Boa Constrictor
  6. Joe Bean
I WALK THE LINE (Vinyl)

Johnny Cash I WALK THE LINE (Vinyl)

$32.99

I WALK THE LINE (Vinyl)

by Johnny Cash
$32.99

In 1964 after an amazing run of chart topping albums and a treasure trove of smash country and pop songs, Johnny Cash put together one of his finest albums from the era with his masterpiece I Walk The Line. Produced by the great Don Law with Frank Jones, the “Man In Black” revisits heartfelt renditions of his earlier hits like "Hey Porter" and "Give My Love To Rose", while also offering a half dozen new tunes. New top charters like "Bad News" and "Understand Your Man" would quickly propel this album into the number one spot, as "I Walk The Line" would truly become one of the biggest selling albums of his stellar career. Johnny Cash continues his amazing trek of great interpretations with Flatt and Scruggs' "Troublesome Waters" as well as Gene Autry's classic "Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye." 

In 1964 after an amazing run of chart topping albums and a treasure trove of smash country and pop songs, Johnny Cash put together one of his finest albums from the era with his masterpiece I Walk The Line. Produced by the great Don Law with Frank Jones, the “Man In Black” revisits heartfelt renditions of his earlier hits like "Hey Porter" and "Give My Love To Rose", while also offering a half dozen new tunes. New top charters like "Bad News" and "Understand Your Man" would quickly propel this album into the number one spot, as "I Walk The Line" would truly become one of the biggest selling albums of his stellar career. Johnny Cash continues his amazing trek of great interpretations with Flatt and Scruggs' "Troublesome Waters" as well as Gene Autry's classic "Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye." 
The Johnny Cash Children's Album (Vinyl)

The Johnny Cash Children's Album (Vinyl)

by Johnny Cash
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$42.99

'The Johnny Cash Children’s Album The Johnny Cash Children’s Album showcased a lighter side of The Man in Black. Released in 1975, this LP featured lighthearted songs like “Nasty Dan” (written by Sesame Street writer Jeff Moss and first performed by Cash on the classic children’s program), the original “I Got a Boy (and His Name is John)” (written about Cash’s only son, John Carter Cash, who contributes liner notes to this reissue) and “Old Shep,” famously recorded by Elvis Presley in 1956. Available on vinyl for the first time in more than 40 years, The Johnny Cash Children’s Album is good country fun for the whole family.

TRACKLISTING

SIDE A
1 Nasty Dan
2 One And One Makes Two
3 I Got A Boy And His Name Is John
Vocals [Additional] – June Carter Cash
4 Little Magic Glasses
5 Miss Tara
6 Dinosaur Song

SIDE B
1 Tiger Whitehead
2 Call Of The Wild
3 Little Green Fountain
4 Old Shep
5 (The) Timber Man
The Essential Johnny Cash (Vinyl) (2LP)

'One of the original Essential titles released, The Essential Johnny Cash is one of Columbia/Legacy's best-selling Essential / Greatest Hits collection of all time. The Essential Johnny Cash is now available on vinyl, featuring 28 Johnny Cash classic hits.

TRACKLISTING

LP1 Side A
Hey Porter
Cry, Cry, Cry
I Walk the Line
Get Rhythm
There You Go
Ballad Of A Teenage Queen
Big River
Guess Things Happen That Way

LP1 Side B
All over Again
Don't Take Your Guns to Town
Five Feet High and Rising
The Rebel-Johnny Yuma
Tennessee Flat-Top Box
I Still Miss Someone
Ring of Fire

LP2 Side A
The Ballad of Ira Hayes
Orange Blossom Special
It Ain't Me, Babe
The One on the Right Is on the Left
Jackson
Folsom Prison Blues

LP2 Side B
Daddy Sang Bass
Girl from the North Country
A Boy Named Sue
If I Were a Carpenter (Live in Denmark)
Sunday Morning Coming Down
Man in Black
One Piece at a Time
At San Quentin (Vinyl)

Johnny Cash At San Quentin (Vinyl)

$34.99

At San Quentin (Vinyl)

by Johnny Cash
$34.99

In February 1969, Johnny Cash was nearing the peak of his popularity ‰ÛÒ his At Folsom Prison album was a smash success - but he was nearly at his wildest in his personal life, which surely spilled over into his performance. All of this sets the stage for At San Quentin, that surpasses its predecessor and captures Cash at his rawest and wildest. Part of this is due to the shifting dynamic within his band. Without Luther Perkins, Cash isn't tied to the percolating two-step that defined his music to that point. No other Johnny Cash record sounds as wild as this. He sounds like an outlaw and renegade here, which is what gives it power. He sounds that way throughout the record, making it the case that this is the best Johnny Cash album ever cut.

TRACKLISTING

Wanted Man
Wreck of the Old 97
I Walk the Line
Darlin' Companion(Live in Denmark)
Starkville City Jail
San Quentin
San Quentin
A Boy Named Sue (Live in Denmark)
(There'll Be) Peace in the Valley
Folsom Prison Blues
The Best of the Johnny Cash TV Show (RSD Exclusive Vinyl)

From the summer of 1969 to the final show in march of 1971 (58 episodes in all), The Johnny Cash TV Show not only exposed an American audience to an eclectic array of musical talent, but also helped establish Johnny Cash as a true artist, humanitarian, and a larger-than-life legend. The 16 performances contained on this new Best-Of LP, made especially for Record Store Day, and for the first time on vinyl, showcase the spectrum of incredible performers that Johnny hand-picked to be on his show, many for their first network appearance. So, "come along and ride this train" – the train that Cash envisioned for us all – every week on The Johnny Cash TV Show, and now, for generations to come. Limited to 5,000 copies.

TRACKLISTING

I Walk The Line
Flesh And Blood
Stand By Your Man
She Thinks I Still Care / Love Bug / The Race Is On
I've Been Everywhere
Detroit City
Ring Of Fire
It's Too Late
Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)
Only The Lonely / Pretty Woman
Belshazzar
Brown Eyed Handsome Man
Girl from the North Country
Fire and Rain
Daddy Sang Bass
I Walk The Line

Out among the Stars (Vinyl)

Out among the Stars (Vinyl)

by Johnny Cash
$34.99

Throughout his five decades in music, Johnny Cash was unwavering in his dedication to his sound and style. Starting with Sun Records in 1955 through his days at Columbia and beyond, Cash always knew exactly what he wanted to do and exactly how it should sound. Everything he did, all the music he created was definitively Johnny Cash. By 1980, the business of country music had changed to incorporate sounds that were incongruous with Cash’s. His signature blend of folk and that “boom-chicka-boom” beat was out of vogue amongst the slick string-laden “countrypolitan” sounds that had become popular. This shift left all-time greats like Cash in the odd place of being revered, but not selling albums. In one effort to enhance his commercial appeal, Columbia Records paired Cash with producer Billy Sherrill who was having major success with this new country sound. While Sherrill selected many of the songs, it was Cash’s trademark sound that dominated.

TRACKLISTING

Out Among the Stars
Baby Ride Easy
She Used to Love Me a Lot
After All
I'm Movin' On
If I Told You Who It Was
Call Your Mother
I Drove Her Out of My Mind
Tennessee
Rock and Roll Shoes
Don't You Think It's Come Our Time
I Came to Believe
She Used to Love Me a Lot