“The Fabulous Johnny Cash” by Johnny Cash - album review

TJR says

The 3rd Cash LP was released in November 1958 and was his first for Columbia with whom he’d signed a deal earlier in the summer. It’d be his new home all the way through to the mid-1980s. The production is smooth - maybe just a tad too smooth. And what is it with all the majors back in the day? Every single one of them seemed to have an Ovaltineys ensemble lurking away in the corner at every session, just bursting to be set free to croon away pleasantly in the background. Do I not need that…

The Jukebox Rebel
04-Jun-2007


A1 [02:22] 5.8.png Johnny Cash - Run Softly, Blue River (Johnny Cash) Country
A2 [02:15] 6.0.png Johnny Cash - Frankie’s Man Johnny (Johnny Cash) Country
A3 [01:52] 5.6.png Johnny Cash - That’s All Over (Jim Glaser) Country
A4 [02:15] 6.1.png Johnny Cash - The Troubadour (Cindy Walker) Country
A5 [01:59] 6.3.png Johnny Cash - One More Ride [1958] (Bob Nolan) Country
A6 [02:41] 5.5.png Johnny Cash - That’s Enough (Dorothy Coates) Country
B1 [02:34] 6.4.png Johnny Cash - I Still Miss Someone [1958] (Johnny Cash, Roy Cash) Country
B2 [03:03] 7.7.png Johnny Cash - Don’t Take Your Guns To Town (Johnny Cash) Country
B3 [02:29] 6.0.png Johnny Cash - I’d Rather Die Young (Harry Smith, Billy Vaughn, Randy Wood) Country
B4 [01:58] 5.9.png Johnny Cash - Pickin’ Time (Johnny Cash) Country
B5 [02:10] 5.2.png Johnny Cash - Shepherd Of My Heart (Jenny Lou Carson) Country
B6 [02:50] 6.7.png Johnny Cash - Suppertime (Ira Stanphill) Country




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