8 thoughts on “ Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash - The Best Of (CD) ”

  1. It has some good Johnny Cash songs on this album, but they are different to the ones on the At Folsom Prison album and none of them have the magic of his other songs or of a live performance. To be fair, there are some good songs on here (e.g. Cry Cry Cry, I Walk the Line, Ballad of a teenage queen, Katy Too and I Love You Because).3/5(1).
  2. Their LP entitled FOLSOM PRISON BLUES (JS) a modest Johnny Cash collection, is typical of the label's reissue LPs. Material is from Shelby Singleton's SHARE Records division. (In , Singleton purchased the SUN Reissues brand.) (1) From WITH HIS HOT AND BLUE GUITAR (LP) - 10/11/57, SUN Records' debut album/5(6).
  3. Johnny Cash ‎– At Folsom Prison Label: Columbia ‎– 2, Legacy ‎– 2, Columbia ‎– COL 2, Legacy ‎– /5(26).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison at Discogs. Complete your Johnny Cash collection.
  5. Released in , the album was inspired by Cash's own track from the 's "Folsom Prison Blues" (opening the set here) and Cash's own bad boy reputation, formed by /5().
  6. On January 13, , Johnny Cash walked into California’s Folsom State Prison and made popular music history. The choicest cuts from the two shows he recorded that day merged to become At Folsom Prison, a multimillion-selling album produced by Bob Johnston that unveiled a startling portrait of American prison life and energized Cash’s career.
  7. " Folsom Prison Blues " is a song written in and first recorded in by American singer-songwriter Johnny Cash. The song combines elements from two popular folk styles, the train song and the prison song, both of which Cash continued to use for the rest of .
  8. Johnny Cash - Best Of Johnny Cash, The - clerdijederquocom.lowsmasiptigotiledanmortmisdihe.co Music This is a must-have CD for Johnny Cash fans--there are a few of his best not on the album, though, but otherwise very good! I walk the line, San Quentin and Folsom prison blues. One song that I regard as obvious but which is frequently omitted from American compilations despite /5(18).

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