Johnny Cash With The Tennessee Two - His Top Hits album
16 Biggest Hits is a compilation album by country singer Johnny Cash released in 1999. The album is made of the biggest hits of Cash's career like "Ring of Fire", "Understand Your Man", and "A Boy Named Sue". The album also contains several songs which weren't hits such as "I Still Miss Someone", and "The Legend of John Henry's Hammer". Cash had 13 US country hits between the years 1956 and 1976, with this album containing only 8 of them.
Johnny Cash albums discography. 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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Johnny Cash Top Tracks: - Hurt, I Walk the Line, Ring of Fire, Folsom Prison Blues, Personal Jesus, The Man Comes Around, Give My Love to Rose, Get Rhythm, God's Gonna Cut You Down, Man in Black. He traditionally started his concerts with the introduction "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash. Much of Cash's music, especially that of his later career, echoed themes of sorrow, moral tribulation, and redemption. His signature songs include "I Walk the Line", "Folsom Prison Blues", "Ring of Fire", "That Old Wheel" (a duet with Hank Williams J., "Cocaine Blues", and "Man in Black". Cash was very close to his brother Jack, who was two years older. In 1944, Jack was pulled into a whirling table saw in the mill where he worked, and cut almost in two. He suffered for over a week before he died.
Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two. In July 1954, another Memphis musician, Elvis Presley, cut his first record, sparking a wave of Elvis-mania as well as an interest in the local producer, Sun Records owner Sam Phillips, who had issued the record. Later that year Cash, Grant and Perkins made an unannounced visit to Sun to ask Phillips for an audition. Other hits followed, including the Top 10 tracks "So Doggone Lonesome" and "Folsom Prison Blues. But true fame arrived in 1956, when Cash wrote and released "I Walk The Line," which catapulted to No. 1 on the country music charts and sold 2 million copies. He released his debut album, Johnny Cash with His Hot & Blue Guitar in 1957, and cemented his fame with chart-toppers like "Ballad of a Teenage Queen" and "Don't Take Your Guns to Town.
The second great prison recording by Johnny Cash to feature in my top 10, featuring his classic late 60s backing band. This album was the follow-up to the best-selling and critically acclaimed: At Folsom and was released in 1969. Timed to coincide with the biopic, I Walk The Line, this is the first Johnny Cash greatest hits compilation to feature tracks from the American Recordings period, as well as covering some of the classic Columbia and Sun tracks, including: Hey Porter, Folsom Prison Blues, Ring of Fire, and Hurt. The cover shows a heavy-coated Johnny Cash walking the highway alone with his guitar. This must-have compilation also includes some rarer versions of tracks. 10. Fabulous Johnny Cash.
The Tennessee Two became the Tennessee Three in 1960 with the addition of drummer . Though he was continuing to have hits, the relentless pace of his career was beginning to take a toll on Cash. In 1959, he had begun taking amphetamines to help him get through his schedule of nearly 300 shows a year. Also in 1968, Cash recorded and released his most popular album, Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison. Recorded during a prison concert, the album spawned the number one country hit "Folsom Prison Blues," which also crossed over into the pop charts. By the end of the year, the record had gone gold. Throughout 1971, Cash continued to have hits, including the Top Three "Man in Black. Both Cash and Carter became more socially active in the early '70s, campaigning for the civil rights of Native Americans and prisoners, as well as frequently working with Billy Graham.
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|A1||Cry! Cry! Cry|
|A2||Luther Played The Boogie|
|A3||Folsom Prison Blues|
|A4||So Doggone Lonesome|
|A5||Mean Eyed Cat|
|A6||Wide Open Road|
|A7||Two Timin' Woman|
|B1||There You Go|
|B2||I Walk The Line|
|B4||Train Of Love|
|B7||Wide Open Road
Steel Guitar – A.W. Kernodle
- Licensed From – Charly Records International APS
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Charly Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Charly Records Ltd.
- Double Bass – Marshall Grant
- Guitar [Lead] – Luther Perkins
- Vocals, Guitar [Rhythm], Written-By – Johnny Cash
NotesOriginal Sun Recordings from 1955-1957.
Licensed from Charly Records International APS.
Compilation & mastering 1985.
Ⓟ & © 1988 Charly Records Ltd
|30112386, SUN LP 1015||Johnny Cash With The Tennessee Two*||His Top Hits (LP, Comp)||Zafiro, Sun Record Company||30112386, SUN LP 1015||Spain||1988|
|CD CHARLY 146||Johnny Cash With The Tennessee Two*||His Top Hits (CD, Comp)||Charly Records, Sun Record Company||CD CHARLY 146||France||1988|
|SUN LP1015||Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two||His Top Hits (LP, Comp)||Sun Record Company||SUN LP1015||Europe||Unknown|
|Charly 146||Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two||His Top Hits (CD, Comp)||Charly Records Ltd.||Charly 146||1988|