Johnny Cash - The Legend Of Johnny Cash
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Release date: 09 December 2005
Five discs that bear witness to the prolific and powerful final days of a monumental musical talent
Johnny Cash ’s last four albums are properly regarded as a masterful body of work. But even before them, his position as a towering American icon was assured. For two generations, knocking on 40 years, his shadow fell across the American cultural landscape like a silhouette of the Rocky Mountains. The outlaw, the rumbling voice of truth, the original punk determined to kick against...
- Dec 6, 2003
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- Ring Of Fire
- I Walk the Line
- Folsom Prison Blues
- A Boy Named Sue
- Big River
- Get Rhythm
- Cry! Cry! Cry!
- Hey Porter
- A Thing Called Love
- Guess Things Happen That Way (1958 Single Version)
- San Quentin (Live Version)
- Man In Black
- The Wanderer
- I've Been Everywhere
- Rusty Cage
- Personal Jesus
- Give My Love to Rose
It's time for the Man in Black should to be left in peace
- Mar 5, 2010
At Folsom Prison: Legacy Edition
- Jan 16, 2009
Retrospective of country giant comes close to fitting it all in
- Dec 8, 2005
The stamp will be produced by the United States Postal Service
The other museum about the country star's life - The House of Cash - closed in 1999
Marshall Grant dies aged 83
Johnny Cash - The Legend Of Johnny Cash: Wikipedia Album Entry
The Legend of Johnny Cash is a single-disc compilation album of country music legend Johnny Cash's career. It is the first such album to contain material from Cash's American Recordings era in addition to songs from his time at Sun and Columbia. It was released on October 25, 2005 on the Island/American/Columbia/Legacy record labels and tied to the release of the Cash biopic Walk the Line. In the wake of that film's success its sales made the compilation an overwhelming success, selling over two million copies.
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