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  CS 86791
  Johnny Cash: Silver

Johnny Cash
Track listing:
  1. The L & N Don't Stop Here Anymore
2. Lonesome to the Bone
3. Bull Rider
4. I'll Say Its True
5. (Ghost) Riders in the Sky
6. Cocaine Blues
7. Muddy Waters
8. West Canterbury Subdivision Blues
9. Lately I've Been Leaning Toward the Blues
10. I'm Gonna Sit on the Porch and Pick on My Old Guitar
11. I Still Miss Someone
12. I Got Stripes
  Single Layer
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Review by tream December 30, 2003 (5 of 5 found this review helpful)
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Johnny Cash is an American Legend, and defies categorization, even if you might find him listed as a country star. He was one of the original Sun Records stars (along with Elvis, Carl Perkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis - hard to believe that the sole survivor is Jerry Lee Lewis, AKA "The Killer") and had a long career. His biggest stardom was probably in the 60's, with a TV show and several hit albums. "Silver" came later, to celebrate his 25th year of recording. This is a great record-I had never heard it before buying it, and frankly did so because a: it was available on SACD and b: Cash had just died. I was glad I did. Johnny Cash can put a song across like no one else. IMO, the sound is excellent. The duets with George Jones are an added bonus. Single layer, multichannel.

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