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Deep Roots Of Johnny Cash (2006)

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Deep Roots Of Johnny Cash (2006)

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01.Leadbelly - Pick A Bale Of Cotton 
02.Bing Crosby - Danny Boy 
03.Jimmie Rodgers - Blue Yodel #1 (T For Texas) 
04.Burl Ives - Wayfaring Stranger 
05.Lonnie Donegan - Rock Island Line 
06.Vernon Dalhart - The Engineer's Dying Child 
07.Merle Travis - Dark As A Dungeon 
08.Paul Robeson - Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes 
09.Blue Sky Boys - Down On The Banks Of The Ohio 
10.Leadbelly - On A Monday (I Got Stripes) 
11.Jimmie Rodgers - My Mother Was A Lady 
12.Bradley Kincaid - The Letter Edged In Black 
13.Tex Ritter - Sam Hall 
14.Johnny Western - Delia's Gone 
15.The Carter Family - Winding Stream 
16.Jimmie Davis - You Are My Sunshine 
17.Bing Crosby - Galway Bay 
18.McMichen's Melody Men - Missouri Waltz 
19.Goebel Reeves - The Tramp's Mother (There's A Mother Always...) 
20.Leadbelly - Cotton Fields (In Them Cotton Fields Back Home)		play 
21.Bradley Kincaid - I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen 
22.Blue Sky Boys - Mary Of The Wild Moor 
23.Jimmie Rodgers - The One Rose 									play
24.June Carter Cash & Carl Smith - Time's A Wastin' (Bonus)

 

In the wake of Walk The Line's popularity, fans have been treated to even more newly discovered Johnny Cash recordings of songs that he remembered from his youth. Many listeners have wondered, ''Where in the world did he hear all this stuff?'' Bear Family answers that question. We let you in on what Johnny Cash heard back in Arkansas: sentimental old-time ballads, traditional country, blues and gospel. The word eclectic only begins to do justice to this play list. We have chosen these titles carefully from the singer's critically acclaimed work for American Recordings label, as well as his solo vocal / acoustic guitar work recently issued as The Personal Files. We searched deep and found the versions of these songs most likely to have been the inspiration for Cash's work.

Now you can listen, as Cash himself did, to historic recordings by Jimmie Rodgers, Bradley Kincaid, the Blue Sky Boys, Paul Robeson, Vernon Dalhart, Burl Ives, Leadbelly, Lonnie Donegan, Bing Crosby, the Carter Family and others. Detailed liner notes discuss the songs, the artists, and the impact they had on Johnny Cash. Altogether, these tracks offer a deeper insight into the mind of Johnny Cash. They are a part of what nourished him during his formative years. This music was deeply etched into Cash's consciousness, awaiting a chance to express itself on-mic half a century later. Your collection already includes that final product; listen now to what came before. As an added treat, Bear Family offers a much-requested song from Walk The Line that doesn't appear in the soundtrack album. It's a duet that June Carter recorded with her then-husband, Carl Smith, Time's A-Wastin, in 1953. CD Digipac with 36-page booklet. ---Editorial Reviews

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