Johnny Cash - With His Hot And Blue Guitar ! FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: With His Hot And Blue Guitar !
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from the album With His Hot and Blue Guitar, Sings Hank Williams, All Aboard the Blue Train, and I Walk the Line. So Doggone Lonesome". Cash opened almost all of his concerts with "Folsom Prison Blues," after greeting the audience with his trademark introduction, "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash," for decades. Cash performed the song at Folsom Prison itself on January 13, 1968, and this version was eventually released on the At Folsom Prison album the same year. That opening version of the song is more up-tempo than the original Sun recording.
Album Johnny Cash With His Hot and Blue Guitar. Rock Island Line Lyrics. Oh I may be right and I may be wrong But you're gonna miss me when I'm gone Well the engineer said before he died There were two more drinks that he'd like to try Conductor said what could they be A hot cup of coffee and a cold glass of tea. Down the Rock Island Line she's a mighty good road Rock Island Line it's the road to ride Rock Island Line it's a mighty good road Well if you ride it you got to ride it like you find it Get your ticket at the station for the Rock Island Line.
Johnny Cash with His Hot and Blue Guitar. Release date: October 11, 1957. His cameo vocal appearance on The Wanderer on U2's Zooropa album led to a meeting with producer Rick Rubin and ultimately resulted in the American Recordings series of albums, which feature many collaborations. The band Coldplay had intended to record the song "Til Kingdom Come" from X&Y with Cash, but he died before they could. The song is dedicated to Cash on the album and on their "Twisted Logic Tour" where they also perform "Ring of Fire.
Better than the debut of Elvis? Johnny Cash with His Hot and Blue Guitar is the debut album of Johnny Cash, released on October 11, 1957. The original vinyl of ‘with His Hot and Blue Guitar’ is 27 minutes and 40 seconds long and packs more quality into that short time span than many of the big acts of modern times could ever manage. Folsom Prison Blues’ offers up the iconic lyric, When I was just a baby my mama told me, Son, Always be a good boy, don't ever play with guns, But I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die later performed at Folsom Prison itself and resulting in a loud cheer from the prisoners. This track seems to me to be the first step on his path to becoming ‘The Man In Black’.
The album contained four of his hit singles: "I Walk the Line," "Cry! Cry! Cry!," "So Doggone Lonesome," and "Folsom Prison Blues.
Other productions from Johnny Cash. American VI: Ain't No Grave.
Johnny Cash is a musical giant and a forefather of country music. He also popularized rockabilly and shattered the "wholesome country boy" image. Honestly, it can be almost daunting to try and take in the scope of his work. So to keep it simple, start at the beginning. His first songs from the record came in 1955, though the full album didn't hit shelves until 1957. As a commercial record, With His Hot And Blue Guitar! performed well. Four singles, including "Cry Cry Cry," "Folsom Prison Blues," "So Doggone Lonesome" and "I Walk The Line," all took off at radio, with Cash's brooding baritone serving as a welcome reprieve from the usual tinny radio sound. For Sun Records founder Sam Phillips, it wasn't much of a surprise.
Cover has light gray background. Half of the guitar and "CASH" are orange, and the other half of his guitar is gray. HOT" in the title is orange and "BLUE" is in gray. Matrix, Runout (Label Side One): SU 119. Matrix, Runout (Label Side Two): SU 120.
Folsom Prison Blues (Alternate Version, Take 2) (2017 Remaster) Lyrics. Johnny Cash Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
|A1||The Rock Island Line||2:12|
|A2||I Heard That Lonesome Whistle||2:26|
|A4||Ig The Good Lord's Willing||1:44|
|A5||Cry, Cry, Cry||2:29|
|B1||So Doggone Lonesome||2:39|
|B2||I Was There When It Happened||2:18|
|B3||I Walk The Line||2:46|
|B4||The Wreck Oh Old '97||1:48|
|B5||Folsom Prison Blues||2:51|
|B6||Doin' My Time||2:40|
NotesEnregistrement Haute Fidélité Microsillon 33 Tours 1/3
LP Stéréo / Mono
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3770005661571
|LP 1220, LP-1220, 1220||Johnny Cash||With His Hot And Blue Guitar (LP, Album)||Sun , Sun , Sun||LP 1220, LP-1220, 1220||US||1957|
|HAM-S 6035||Johnny Cash||With His Hot And Blue Guitar (LP, Album)||London Records||HAM-S 6035||New Zealand||1957|
|DOS591||Johnny Cash||With His Hot And Blue Guitar (LP, Album, RE, RP)||Dol||DOS591||Europe||2014|
|ORGM-2010-2||Johnny Cash||With His Hot And Blue Guitar (CD, Album, RE)||ORG Music, Sun Record Company||ORGM-2010-2||US||2014|
|ORGM-2010, LP-1220, none||Johnny Cash||With His Hot And Blue Guitar (CD, Album, RE)||ORG Music, Sun Record Company, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store||ORGM-2010, LP-1220, none||US||2014|