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Johnny Cash

19 years ago by Eli Messinger
Perhaps no one has summed up Johnny Cash better than Richard M. Nixon: "Yours is truly the voice of America, as rich and strong as our nation itself." Cash's nearly 50-year recording career has produced an enormous body of essential American music, most of which has been spottily issued domestically...
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Johnny Cash

15 years ago by Rob Patterson
The title of A Hundred Highways, Johnny Cash's final recordings, actually understates the roads and mileage he traveled--literally, spiritually and musically--and their resonance throughout this disc. The larger-than-life Cash voice is ragged and wizened, yet it still brims with what was all along his biggest vocal gift: character that runs...
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Johnny Cash

21 years ago by Zac Crain
Despite the way this will undoubtedly be marketed, there's not as much novelty here as on 1994's American Recordings: Johnny Cash singing a U2 song? Hell, he did that on Zooropa. Singing with Tom Petty and backed by various Heartbreakers? That's all Unchained is. And sure, he offers his take...
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Johnny Cash in San Quentin

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Johnny Cash: The Voices of Legends

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Say Hello to Johnny Cash

9 years ago by Catherine Downes
Johnny Cash knew a thing or two about pairing music with booze. The Man in Black was known for his whiskey-soaked performances, and also sang songs about drinking. On Friday, in his honor, the Zack King Band is going to combine music and alcohol. The band is schedule to play...
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Hello, He's Not Johnny Cash

16 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
It seems like so much nitpicking, but why is the Johnny Cash biopic called Walk the Line when a far better name would have been Ring of Fire? Surely James Mangold, co-writer and director, would insist he chose the former because of its lyrics dealing with the temptations that crop...
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Johnny Cash / Various Artists

19 years ago by Lawrence Kay
At Madison Square Garden (Sony Legacy) American IV: The Man Comes Around (American/Lost Highway) Dressed in Black (Dualtone) Kindred Spirits (Sony)
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The Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash

19 years ago by Serene Dominic
When Mark Stuart name-drops the Man in Black twice on the opening track, "Monte Carlo," it makes the Bastards feel less like outlaws and more like a new-country galoot stressing that he always listens to Hank Williams but never sounds anything like him. But once Stuart's "Monte Carlo" veers out...
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Sherwin Linton: The Johnny Cash Story

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