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.
Johnny Cash had different backing bands, tried different approaches and went through some turbulent periods in his personal life, but somehow he never lost touch with who he was, both as a creative artist and as a human being. 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. The live performance was also filmed by Britain’s Granada . and clips of the concert feature in the documentary they made about Cash.
The best of johnny cash. The Greatest Hits Album.
Unchained (Johnny Cash album). Unchained, also known as American II: Unchained, is the second album in Johnny Cash's American Recordings series (and his 82nd overall). It was released on November 5, 1996, by American Recordings. Like all of Cash's albums for American Recordings, Unchained was produced by Rick Rubin.
This Johnny Cash discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Johnny Cash albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Johnny Cash singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums. List ranges from The Complete Columbia Album Collection to American Recordings and more.
Well, Johnny Cash, but not Johnny Cash without Rick Rubin. The album is good, but more importantly, it’s a shrewd marketing idea. The triumphant rebirth of the man in black, a tortured soul who sings about killing and being forgiven for killing. It’s showbizzy, of course. My grandpa never bought a Johnny Cash album after American Recordings. He didn’t like this album because it was the first time he ever heard Johnny Cash sound weak, and he didn’t want to hear that. It was a Johnny Cash my grandpa didn’t want to know existed, a Johnny Cash who could die soon. It sounded to him like a man revealing himself too much, being too vulnerable. That generational divide is important. I have problems with every Johnny Cash album Rick Rubin produced, though I like all of them.
|A1||Folsom Prison Blues|
|A5||Oh Lonesome Me|
|A6||Train Of Love|
|A7||Luther Played The Boogie|
|A8||Wreck Of The Old '97|
|A9||Rock Island Line|
|A10||Remember The Alamo|
|B2||You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven|
|B3||Thanks A Lot|
|B4||Mean Eyed Cat|
|B5||It's Just About Time|
|B6||I Love You Because|
|B7||Hey, Good Lookin'|
|B8||You Win Again|
|B10||Come In Stranger|
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