“Hello, I’m Johnny Cash” by Johnny Cash - album review

TJR says

First foot into the 1970s for JC… and what a great title for an album. Surprised he hasn’t used it ’til now, what with having uttered those immortal words at the start of virtually every concert he’s played over the last 15 years. After having previously scored with “Jackson”, Johnny & June gain their second grammy award as a duet for “If I Were A Carpenter”, a song which reached No. 2 on the Country charts. The album’s highlight is “To Beat The Devil”, a song offered up by his friend, Kris Kristofferson. Johnny was first to market with this one, and Kris would soon release it himself on his debut LP, “Kristofferson”. Elsewhere, Cash digs all the way back to 1948 with a cool cover of Merle Travis’s “Devil To Pay”.

The Jukebox Rebel
17-Jun-2007


A1 [03:15] 5.7.png Johnny Cash - Southwind (Johnny Cash) Country
A2 [03:28] 7.3.png Johnny Cash - Devil To Pay (Leon Rusk, Merle Travis) Country
A3 [02:34] 5.0.png Johnny Cash - Cause I Love You (Johnny Cash) Country
A4 [02:52] 5.2.png Johnny Cash - See Ruby Fall (Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison) Country
A5 [02:28] 6.6.png Johnny Cash - Route No. 1, Box 144 (Johnny Cash) Country
A6 [03:08] 5.8.png Johnny Cash - Sing A Traveling Song (Ken Jones) Country
B1 [03:00] 5.0.png Johnny Cash - If I Were A Carpenter (Tim Hardin) Folk
B2 [04:22] 7.6.png Johnny Cash - To Beat The Devil (Kris Kristofferson) Country
B3 [02:25] 6.3.png Johnny Cash - Blistered (Billy Ed Wheeler) Country
B4 [02:32] 5.9.png Johnny Cash - Wrinkled Crinkled Wadded Dollar Bill (Vincent Matthews) Country
B5 [02:50] 5.6.png Johnny Cash - I’ve Got A Thing About Trains (Jack Clement) Country
B6 [03:57] 4.2.png Johnny Cash - Jesus Was A Carpenter (Chris Warren) Folk




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