Johnny Cash - Ring Of Western Songs II FLAC album
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2003 Кэш умер 12 сентября 2003 от диабета.
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Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash is the sixteenth album in total by the singer-songwriter Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1963 (see 1963 in music). This album collects tracks from singles and an EP released between 1959 and 1963, Cash's first years on the Columbia label, and marked the first release of these tracks in LP format, with the exception of "I Still Miss Someone," which had previously appeared on the 1958 album The Fabulous Johnny Cash.
Johnny Cash - The Ring Of Fire Official Music Video. The Legend Johnny Cash Ring of Fire - Official Music Video.
Johnny Cash-Ring of Fire 1963 she'd stand at the kitchen sink washing dishes and sing them both. Couple Photos Couples Fictional Characters Couple Pics Fantasy Characters Couple. Jim Marshall gets this intimate shot of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash at home - the photographer followed Cash during his career.
Johnny Cash performs onstage with an acoustic guitar in 1957. In the course of his almost five-decade recording career, Johnny Cash created many of the greatest songs in country and pop music. Cash’s music was influenced by such musical geniuses as Sam Phillips in the early years, and in the last decade of his life, Rick Rubin.
The Rebel - Johnny Yuma. B2. Bonanza! B3. The Big Battle. B4. Remember The Alamo. Tennessee Flat-Top Box. B6. Ring Of Fire. B7. I'll Still Be There.
The Rebel–Johnny Yuma is a TV Western series theme performed by Cash with the same haunted gravitas he brought to his own compositions. Digging deeper, the album includes lesser known but still worthy tracks like the stirring Remember the Alamo, the jaunty What Do I Care, and the nostalgic, unexpectedly Irish-themed Forty Shades of Green. Cash’s deep religious faith finds expression on Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord?) and (There’ll Be) Peace in the Valley (For Me), the latter featuring The Carter Family. The 1963 set Ring of Fire is a 12-track collection that overlooks some chart singles in favor of worthwhile B-sides and TV soundtrack cuts. The Man in Black was stretching out creatively in the late ‘50s and early ‘60s, dabbling in film acting while testing out various combinations of mainstream country, primal rock, and folk balladry.
Ring of Fire (оригинал Johnny Cash). Кольцо огня (перевод Алексей Турковский из Усинска). Love is a burning thing. Любовь – обжигающая штука, And it makes a fiery ring. И она выписывает огненное кольцо. Bound by wild desire. Охваченный дикой страстью, I fell into a ring of fire. I fell into a burning ring of fire. Я попал в кольцо огня. I went down, down, down. Оно затягивало меня все дальше и дальше. And the flames went higher. А моя страсть все росла. And it burns, burns, burns. И оно обжигает, обжигает, обжигает.
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Album: Ring Of Fire - The Best Of Johnny Cash (1963). Charted: 17. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. According to Rolling Stone magazine's Top 500 Songs, June Carter wrote this song while driving around aimlessly one night, worried about Cash's wildman ways - and aware that she couldn't resist him. "There is no way to be in that kind of hell, no way to extinguish a flame that burns, burns, burns," she wrote. In her autobiography I Walked the Line, Johnny Cash's first wife, Vivian Cash, denies that June Carter had any part in writing "Ring of Fire. In her words: "She didn't write that song any more than I did. The truth is, Johnny wrote that song, while pilled up and drunk, about a certain private female body part.
Johnny Cash’s 11 Coolest Cover Songs. From Soundgarden howlers to U2 ballads, Rolling Stone Country counts down 11 of the Man in Black’s most badass covers. Cash didn't just record this Bruce Springsteen Nebraska lament, he titled an entire album after the song in 1983 - just a year after Springsteen released it himself. In Cash's hands, it's more of a rockabilly saloon anthem, but the message of a man-turned-inmate is no less tragic. No Expectations’ (The Rolling Stones). The Stones country-tinged ballad was ironically made less so by Cash, who sped it up and added a touch of bluegrass and Spanish flair
|A1||I Walk The Line|
|B1||Understand Your Man|