“Now Here’s Johnny Cash” by Johnny Cash - album review

features in: (B-list) Album Chart of 1961(B-list) Album Chart of the 1960s

TJR says

Sun Records continue to mine the vaults in their ongoing quest for a Cash treasure hunt. All recorded 1954-1958, with 4 of the 12 tracks repeating from earlier albums, hence the "b" status.

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A1 [01:48] 2.5.png Johnny Cash - Sugartime [1958] (Odis Echols, Charlie Phillips) Country
A2 [02:06] 4.5.png Johnny Cash - Down The Street To 301 (Jack Clement) Country
A3 [02:02] 4.7.png Johnny Cash - Life Goes On (Johnny Cash, Jack Clement) Country
A4 [02:36] 4.8.png Johnny Cash - Port Of Lonely Hearts [1955] (Johnny Cash) Country
A5 [02:29] 8.4.png Johnny Cash - Cry! Cry! Cry! (Johnny Cash) Country
A6 [01:16] 4.9.png Johnny Cash - My Treasure [1954] (Johnny Cash) Country
B1 [02:30] 5.4.png Johnny Cash - Oh, Lonesome Me [1958] (Don Gibson) Country
B2 [02:37] 8.2.png Johnny Cash - So Doggone Lonesome (Johnny Cash) Country
B3 [02:40] 6.0.png Johnny Cash - You’re The Nearest Thing To Heaven (Jim Atkins, Johnny Cash, Hoyt Johnson) Country
B4 [02:11] 5.1.png Johnny Cash - The Story Of A Broken Heart [1958] (Sam Phillips) Country
B5 [02:15] 6.6.png Johnny Cash - Hey Porter [1955] (Johnny Cash) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
B6 [02:43] 5.7.png Johnny Cash - Home Of The Blues [1957] (Johnny Cash, Glen Douglas, Vic McAlpin) Country

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