|2||Ring Of Fire||2:52|
|3||A Thing Called Love||2:19|
|4||Sunday Morning Coming Down||4:02|
|5||Folsom Prison Blues||2:33|
|7||The Last Time||3:30|
|9||Doin My Time||4:48|
|11||Far Side Banks Of Jordan||3:06|
|12||I Walk The Line||2:14|
|13||Give My Love To Rose||2:23|
|14||The Long Black Veil||2:19|
|16||I Still Miss Someone||2:33|
|18||Lay Me Down In Dixie||1:56|
|19||(ghost) Riders In The Sky||4:18|
|21||Orange Blossom Special||5:31|
|22||Medley: Matchbox/whole Lotta Shaking/going On?blue Suede Shoes||3:23|
|23||Medley:I'll Fly Away/i Saw The Light/daddy Sang Bass/will The Circle Be Unbroken||7:13|
|24||Rock And Roll Ruby||1:31|
Rockabilly Blues is the 64th album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1980. Highlights include "Cold Lonesome Morning," which had some minor chart success (No. 53 in the country charts), "Without Love," by his son-in-law, Nick Lowe, and a cover of the witty "The Twentieth Century is Almost Over.
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.
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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. Johnny Cash at San Que. ohnny Cash. Sings the Ballads of t. Now, There Was a Song! The Million Dollar Qua.
In 1968, Johnny Cash released a compilation record, ‘Heart of Cash,’ which did include the song. That same year, he also performed the song on ‘At Folsom Prison,’ a groundbreaking live album. In 68,’ many considered Cash to be old hat. He wasn’t selling records like he used to, and he had burnt out harshly on drugs several times. At Folsom Prison’ was his resounding return to popularity, recorded at Folsom Prison in California. The live atmosphere of ‘At Folsom Prison’ is unlike any other live record. It was country, but it also rockabilly, which was country’s younger, more exciting cousin at the time. Perhaps most importantly, however, it was blues. The song is a sad, melancholy folk tune.
Johnny Cash-Rockabilly. Tracks count: 3. Views: 96. Johnny Cash - Doin' My Time 02:40. Johnny Cash - The Legend of John Henry's Hammer 08:25. Johnny Cash - Wreck of Old 97 02:05.