The Johnny Cash albums discography chronicles the output of one of the most prolific recorded music artists of all time, singer Johnny Cash. His lengthy career, spanning 1954 to 2003, included the release of 96 albums on several record labels. Over the years, Cash also collaborated with many of the industry's most notable artists, and received many awards and accolades from different organizations.
Johnny Cash had different backing bands, tried different approaches and went through some turbulent periods in his personal life, but somehow he never lost touch with who he was, both as a creative artist and as a human being. This album was the follow-up to the best-selling and critically acclaimed: At Folsom and was released in 1969.
Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Part rockabilly rebel, part campfire storyteller, part outlaw in black, his hearty baritone has remained the essence of country music.
The Fabulous Johnny Cash. Hymns by Johnny Cash. Johnny Cash Sings Hank Williams. Now, There Was a Song! Album -. 1960. Now Here's Johnny Cash.
Johnny Cash With His Hot and Blue Guitar. 10-Oct-1957 Sun Records. Ballad Of A Teenage Queen, Big River. 01-Dec-1957 Sun. Fabulous Johnny Cash Pt 1/3. 01-Jan-1958 Columbia. Guess Things Happen That Way/ Come In Stranger.
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Encore (Johnny Cash album). Encore is a compilation album and 67th overall album with new or live tracks by country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1981 (see 1981 in music). Aside from a handful of songs from previous Cash records, including the hit single "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky", it contains one newly recorded song, titled "Song of the Patriot"; it features Marty Robbins.
Silver (Johnny Cash album), Silver is the 62nd album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1979 It peaked at on the Billboard albums c. Silver (Johnny Cash album).