“Johnny Cash With His Hot And Blue Guitar” by Johnny Cash - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1957Album Chart of the Decade: 1950s

TJR says

The first Sun Records artist to release an LP and what a debut it was. An instant pop up country star to go. The song-writing is mature already and they’re delivered with an infectious warmth in the vocal. A compelling listen and full of instant career standards like “I Walk The Line”, “Cry Cry Cry” and “Folsom Prison Blues”.

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A1 [02:11] 7.0.png Johnny Cash - Rock Island Line [1957] (Traditional) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
A2 [02:25] 8.1.png Johnny Cash - (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle [1957] (Jimmie Davis, Hank Williams) Country
A3 [01:49] 7.1.png Johnny Cash - Country Boy [1957] (Johnny Cash) Country
A4 [01:44] 6.5.png Johnny Cash - If The Good Lord’s Willing (Jerry Reed) Country
A5 [02:29] 8.4.png Johnny Cash - Cry! Cry! Cry! (Johnny Cash) Country
A6 [02:01] 7.0.png Johnny Cash - Remember Me (I’m The One Who Loves You) (Stuart Hamblen) Country
B1 [02:39] 8.2.png Johnny Cash - So Doggone Lonesome (Johnny Cash) Country
B2 [02:17] 5.4.png Johnny Cash - I Was There When It Happened [1957] (Jimmie Davis, Fern Jones) Country
B3 [02:46] 9.4.png Johnny Cash - I Walk The Line [1956] (Johnny Cash) Country
B4 [01:48] 6.2.png Johnny Cash - Wreck Of The Old ‘97 [1957] (Traditional) Country
B5 [02:51] 8.1.png Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues [1955] (Johnny Cash) Country
B6 [02:40] 6.8.png Johnny Cash - Doin’ My Time [1957] (Jimmie Skinner) Country

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