“Now, There Was A Song!” by Johnny Cash - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1960Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Johnny Cash takes his country ’n’ roll home boys Luther Perkins (lead guitar) and Marshall Grant (bass) on a pure Nashville trip for this one, doffing his cap to “the establishment” e.g. the likes of Marty Robbins, Ernest Tubb and Hank Williams. All recorded in one five hour session. The country vibe is laid down with the help of Gordon Terry (fiddle), Don Helms (steel guitar), and Floyd Cramer (piano). The ensemble reaches some great heights with Tommy Duncan’s “Time Changes Everything” and George Jones’s “Just One More” – an out and out tragic drunk classic. Now that’s my kind of country…

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A1 [02:29] 7.2.png Johnny Cash - Seasons Of My Heart (Darrell Edwards, George Jones) Country
A2 [02:03] 6.7.png Johnny Cash - I Feel Better All Over (Kenney Rogers, Leon Smith) Country
A3 [02:08] 6.6.png Johnny Cash - I Couldn’t Keep From Crying [1960] (Marty Robbins) Country
A4 [01:49] 8.1.png Johnny Cash - Time Changes Everything (Tommy Duncan) Country
A5 [02:06] 7.0.png Johnny Cash - My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You (Les Ross, Bob Wills) Country
A6 [02:05] 6.3.png Johnny Cash - I’d Just Be Fool Enough (To Fall) (Melvin Endsley) Country
B1 [02:32] 6.8.png Johnny Cash - Transfusion Blues (Roy Hogsed) Country
B2 [02:18] 6.3.png Johnny Cash - Why Do You Punish Me (For Loving You) (Erwin King) Country
B3 [02:01] 6.4.png Johnny Cash - I Will Miss You When You Go (Baby Stewart, Ernest Tubb) Country
B4 [02:38] 8.3.png Johnny Cash - I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry (Hank Williams) Country
B5 [02:12] 9.7.png Johnny Cash - Just One More (George Jones) Country
B6 [01:58] 6.7.png Johnny Cash - Honky Tonk Girl (Chuck Harding, Hank Thompson) Country

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