“I Walk The Line [1964]” by Johnny Cash - album review

TJR says

In a move which seems combatitive to the constant stream of Sun Records compilations, Columbia released “I Walk The Line”, offering 4 new Johnny Cash tunes together with 8 back catalogue reworkings, most of which stem from the Sun period, with the likes of the title track, “Folsom Prison Blues” and “Hey Porter” lumped in for guaranteed casual consumer confusion. Of the new tracks, the relaxed banter of “Bad News” is a laugh and a half which makes me think “what’s he ON?” whilst “Understand Your Man” vaguely recalls some of the Mexicana from “Ring Of Fire”. A good one… despite the fan-milking politics…

The Jukebox Rebel
09-Jun-2007


A1 [02:36] 7.1.png Johnny Cash - I Walk The Line [1964] (Johnny Cash) Country
A2 [02:57] 7.3.png Johnny Cash - Bad News (John D. Loudermilk) Country
A3 [02:35] 8.0.png Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues [1964] (Johnny Cash) Country
A4 [02:24] 5.4.png Johnny Cash - Give My Love To Rose [1964] (Johnny Cash) Country
A5 [02:22] 6.5.png Johnny Cash - Hey Porter [1964] (Johnny Cash) Country
A6 [03:10] 5.2.png Johnny Cash - I Still Miss Someone [1964] (Johnny Cash, Roy Cash) Country
B1 [02:44] 7.5.png Johnny Cash - Understand Your Man (Johnny Cash) Country
B2 [02:48] 6.2.png Johnny Cash - Wreck Of The Old ‘97 [1964] (Traditional) Country
B3 [02:39] 6.5.png Johnny Cash - Still In Town (Harlan Howard, Hank Cochran) Country
B4 [02:21] 7.6.png Johnny Cash - Big River [1964] (Johnny Cash) Country
B5 [02:26] 5.8.png Johnny Cash - Goodbye Little Darlin’ Goodbye [1964] (Gene Autry, Johnny Marvin) Country
B6 [03:52] 5.4.png Johnny Cash - Troublesome Waters (Maybelle Carter, Diie Dean) Country




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