Johnny Cash’s distinctive baritone and boom-chicka-boom guitar rhythm powered scores of songs that spoke to his deep, personal convictions of truth, faith and justice the world over. Released in 1971, not long after The Man In Black became a household name on radio and television, this album offers more of the biggest hits from his first decade-plus as a Columbia Records artist. Highlights include “A Boy Named Sue,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “If I Were a Carpenter” and “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down.”
Johnny Cash’s distinctive baritone and boom-chicka-boom guitar rhythm powered scores of songs that spoke to his deep, personal convictions of truth, faith and justice the world over. Released in 1971, not long after The Man In Black became a household name on radio and television, this album offers more of the biggest hits from his first decade-plus as a Columbia Records artist. Highlights include “A Boy Named Sue,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “If I Were a Carpenter” and “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down.”
194397640618
The Johnny Cash Collection: His Greatest Hits Volume 2

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SONY LEGACY
Rel. Date: 08/07/2020
UPC: 194397640618

The Johnny Cash Collection: His Greatest Hits Volume 2
Artist: Johnny Cash
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. A Boy Named Sue
2. Hey Porter
3. Guess Things Happen That Way
4. Blistered
5. Big River
6. Long-Legged Guitar Pickin’ Man
7. Folsom Prison Blues
8. Sunday Morning Coming Down
9. If I Were A Carpenter
10. Frankie’s Man Johnny
11. Daddy Sang Bass

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Johnny Cash’s distinctive baritone and boom-chicka-boom guitar rhythm powered scores of songs that spoke to his deep, personal convictions of truth, faith and justice the world over. Released in 1971, not long after The Man In Black became a household name on radio and television, this album offers more of the biggest hits from his first decade-plus as a Columbia Records artist. Highlights include “A Boy Named Sue,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “If I Were a Carpenter” and “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down.”