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The Best of the Johnny Cash TV Show 1969-1971 - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 61 треков.
A 2xDVD best-of featuring 66 of the show's musical performances was released in September; the punctuated CD version features 16 songs, including nine that didn't make the cut for the DVDs.
The Johnny Cash Show is the 35th overall album and live album by country singer Johnny Cash, recorded at the Grand Ole Opry and released on Columbia Records in 1970 as a tie-in with Cash's then-current TV series of the same title. Though one of Cash's lesser-known live records, it spawned the highly successful single "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down", which helped kickstart the career of singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson. The song and album reached No. 1 on the Country charts.
Johnny Cash wasn't the first major country music star to host a television series, but he was the first to have a weekly show on a major network, and given Cash's eclectic willingness to embrace any kind of music as long as it was good and honest, it's not surprising that during its two years on the air The Johnny. None of those performers appear on this CD drawn from the archives of The Johnny Cash Show (though they can be seen on a companion DVD set released by Columbia/Legacy), and the big studio band that muddies the arrangements of "I Walk the Line," "Daddy Sang Bass," and "I've Been Everywhere" on this disc prove that for all.
1-3. –Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash. Girl From The North Country. The Needle And The Damage Done. Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Three. Tennessee Flat Top Box. 1-27. Joni Mitchell & Johnny Cash.
With Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, The Statler Brothers, The Tennessee Three. Johnny Cash and wife, June Carter Cash were hosts of this Country and Western themed variety show. Comedians Hope, Crosby, Minnie Pearl and others perform Skits. Musical acts as Diverse as Louis Armstrong to "The Monkees" perform.
Release Date 18-September-2007. The Best Of The Johnny Cash Show 1969-1971, collects some of the top performances from the man in blacks television show. If youre unfamiliar with the show, all you need to know is that it features Cash, his wife June Carter, and artists like Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, George Jones, Neil Young, Creedance Clearwater Revival, Loretta Lynn, Ray Charles, and Roy Orbison performing some of their classic hits. Both as individuals and occasionally as duets with their host Cash. Highlights include Cashs opening "I Walk The Line", young Bob Dylans "I Threw.
Johnny Cash The Carter Family The Statler Brothers Carl Perkins and The Tennessee Three - Daddy Sang Bass. 9. Ray Charles - Ring Of Fire. 10. Johnny Cash - Sunday Morning Coming Down. 11. Carl Perkins - Blue Suede Shoes. 12. Joni Mitchell and Johnny Cash - The Long Black Veil. Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash - Jackson. 17. Merle Haggard and Johnny Cash - Sing Me Back Home. 18. Johnny Cash - Man In Black. 19. Derek and The Domimos - It's Too Late. 20. Johnny Cash - A Boy Named Sue.
Highlights include Cash's opening "I Walk The Line", young Bob Dylan's "I Threw It All Away", George Jones' "She Thinks I Still Care", Neil Young's "The Needle & The Damage Done", CCR's "Bad Moon Rising", Loretta Lynn's "I Know How", and Cash's rousing finale of "A Boy Named Sue". If you're unfamiliar with the show, all you need to know is that it features Cash, his wife June Carter, and artists like Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, George Jones, Neil Young, Creedance Clearwater Revival, Loretta Lynn, Ray Charles, and Roy Orbison performing some of their classic hits.
|1||I Walk the Line [From the Johnny Cash TV Show]||Johnny Cash||2:53|
|2||Flesh and Blood||Johnny Cash||3:03|
|3||Stand by Your Man||Johnny Cash feat: Tammy Wynette||2:47|
|4||She Thinks I Still Care/Love Bug/The Race Is On||Johnny Cash feat: George Jones||3:47|
|5||I've Been Everywhere||Johnny Cash feat: Lynn Anderson||2:15|
|6||Detroit City||Johnny Cash feat: Bobby Bare||3:23|
|7||Ring of Fire||Johnny Cash feat: Ray Charles||3:51|
|8||It's Too Late||Johnny Cash feat: Derek & the Dominos||4:13|
|9||Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)||Johnny Cash feat: Kris Kristofferson||3:24|
|10||Only the Lonely/Oh, Pretty Woman||Johnny Cash feat: Roy Orbison||3:59|
|11||Belshazzar||Johnny Cash feat: The Statler Brothers / Carter Sisters||2:37|
|12||Brown Eyed Handsome Man||Johnny Cash feat: Waylon Jennings||2:46|
|13||Girl from the North Country||Johnny Cash feat: Joni Mitchell||3:44|
|14||Fire and Rain||Johnny Cash feat: James Taylor||3:48|
|15||Daddy Sang Bass||Johnny Cash feat: The Statler Brothers / Mother Maybelle Carter / June Carter Cash / Carl Perkins / Carter Sisters / Tennessee Three||2:23|
|16||Closing Monologue: I Walk the Line (Reprise)||Johnny Cash||2:13|
Credits:Richard J. Alcock - Supervising Producer
Lynn Anderson - Primary Artist
Pablo Arraya - Mixing
Chris Athens - Mastering
Bobby Bare - Primary Artist
Steven Berkowitz - Supervising Producer
Thom Cadley - Mixing
Carter Sisters - Primary Artist
Mother Maybelle Carter - Primary Artist
Johnny Cash - Primary Artist
June Carter Cash - Executive Producer, Primary Artist
Ray Charles - Primary Artist
Derek & the Dominos - Primary Artist
Seth Foster - Engineer
Margie Hunt - Executive Consultant
John Jackson - Project Director, Supervising Producer
Waylon Jennings - Primary Artist
Bob Johnston - Mixing
George Jones - Primary Artist
Rich Kienzle - Liner Notes
Kris Kristofferson - Primary Artist
Les Leverett - Cover Photo, Photography
Andy Manganello - Engineer
Jim Marshall - Photography
Randall Martin - Graphic Design
Joni Mitchell - Primary Artist
Roy Orbison - Primary Artist
Carl Perkins - Primary Artist
Woody Pornpitaksuk - Engineer
Al Quaglieri - Audio Production, Producer
Mark Rinaldi - Engineer
Lou Robin - Executive Producer
The Statler Brothers - Primary Artist
James Taylor - Primary Artist
Tennessee Three - Primary Artist
Bram Tobey - Engineer
Tammy Wynette - Primary Artist