8 Classic Albums - Johnny Cash Reviews
Description:Genre: Country / Artist: Johnny Cash / Box set / Audio CD released 2011-04-26 at Real Gone Country
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Johnny Cash 8 Classic Albums [Audio CD] Johnny Cash
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The Man Comes Around: American IV - Johnny CashLegendary... the essence of Cash. (338 words)
by GoFigure - written on 12/02/09 (Very useful, 14 readings)
If you purchase only one J Johnny Cash CD... let it be this one. I grew up on Johnny Cash, my mum s favourite singer, unfortunately, like all teens, I turned my back on my mum s style of music and embraced bands like Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Sting, etc... And then, a few years ago, I heard the song HURT on the radio. I was touched, my heart ached from all the sadness and desperation that poured from that song, and that sensation was one I hadn t felt in many, many years. I ll admit, I purchased the CD for that song alone... shame on me once again for underestimating Mr. Cash s enormous talent. I had forgotten just how powerful a presence ...
The Man Comes Around: American IV - Johnny CashThe MAN comes around (160 words)
by DONHOWA - written on 24/10/08 (Useful, 17 readings)
than the originals. J Johnny Cash is a true America legend and only and to his aura with this wonderfully done album that show good music has no boundries or genres. If you have never heard a Cash album before start with this and work your way back. You will love it even if you have never heard any of the classic music that made ...
Solitary Man: American III - Johnny CashAmerican III : Solitary Man (693 words)
by - written on 21/04/01, updated on 17/06/02
To be honest I'm not familiar at all with Country style music, but I do know that J Johnny Cash is a legend. He's a legend of music in general, as well as being a very credible C&W artist with more grit and edge than the mainstream stuff. I came across a few tracks of this album on a radio show recently but I came to hear the whole album a few times when my Dad got it. I was interested to hear it because of the well known cover versions and for me, these were the highlights. Three of the songs I know well - U2's "One", "The Mercy Seat" originally by Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds and the Tom Petty song, 'I Won't Back Down'. The ...