Two albums originally released by Columbia in 1962. On the first Cash made a conscious effort to return to the stripped down sound of his seminal Sun recordings, while the second is entirely devoted to spirituals and sacred songs. Put together they represent the very essence of the legendary singer.
This is a new collection of classic hits from one of the world’s most prolific recording artists, Johnny Cash.Johnny Cash achieved more than 100 hit singles from a career spanning five decades.The Classics takes 25 of the best hits from this legendary artist, including “Folsom Prison Blues (Live)”, “I Walk The Line”, “Ring of Fire”, “A Boy Named Sue (Live)”, “Don’t Take Your Guns To Town”, “San Quentin”, “Orange Blossom Special”, “Jackson”, recorded with June Carter-Cash, and many more from an incredible back-catalogue.
Personal File, the first new material released since Cash’s death, is two discs’ worth of unreleased tracks, mostly acoustic, dating as far back as the early 1970s. The story, which sounds like a legend so is probably true, is that Cash recorded them in his home studio and locked them in his vault. They were recorded ostensibly for his own pleasure or at least for family posterity, not necessarily for public consumption. They sound like he’s talking not to himself, but to an audience. All in all, the release feels like a scrapbook of sorts: half entertainment, half autobiography in song.These 49 songs reveal depths about Cash, although at times they seem almost too personal, as if they actually were never intended for a public audience. The first disc contains secular material: love songs and tour songs and covers and country laments. The second disc is entirely spiritual, including two back-to-back songs about Mary Magdalene– “If Jesus Ever Loved a Woman” could be a Da Vinci Code tie-in. Given the solitary nature of the recording, this second disc sounds like a form of prayer and praise, as if the Man in Black is talking directly to the Man Upstairs. For Cash singing these songs became a form of worship, which makes this second disc undeniably moving.
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01. I Walk The Line – By Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two
02. Guess Things Happen That Way
03. Give My Love To Rose
04. Folsom Prison Blues – By Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two
05. Home Of The Blues
06. Wreck of the Old 97
07. Next In Line
08. The Ways Of A Woman In Love
09. The Hills of Mexico
10. Train of Love
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