Johnny Cash Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
This would be the last Sun recording for the legendary country singer Johnny Cash, remastered here from the original tapes. Cash remains an extraordinary figure in the history of music, a highly gifted storyteller and inimitable vocal presence. This 7th record for Sun is as essential as anything of this era, reissued on a run of 1000 copies on heavyweight magenta coloured vinyl.
- Vinyl LP (5346143)
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Johnny Cash's 93rd album (he was busy) was released posthumously, and is the fifth in the American series. A selection of covers from artists such as Gordon Lightfoot, Bruce Springsteen and Hank Williams. As with all the America albums, Cash's sultry trademark vocals add a touch of dark authenticity to the hand-picked songs. Available on 180g vinyl.
Unearthed by Johnny Cash finally gets a vinyl release - a spectacular vinyl release at that. 9 LPs presented in a cloth-bound book along with another cloth-bound book containing all-encompassing liner notes by music journalist Sylvie Symons. The remaining music left over from Johnny Cash’s sessions with Rick Rubin was originally released in 2003. The set is a must for any fan, containing duets with Carl Perkins, Tom Petty, Nick Cave, Joe Strummer, Glen Campbell and Fiona Apple.
- Vinyl Deluxe LP box set (5716590)
- Limited edition
Classic Cash from 1968! I Walk The Line actually features re-recorded versions of various songs that were already favourites by this point, such as the title track, originally recorded in 1958. Johnny was still in very fine form at this point, and I Walk The Line makes for a great early hits collection. Reissued on vinyl by Columbia.
- Vinyl LP (88985446241)
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This is not a Best of Johnny Cash album. If you’re looking for one, look elsewhere because here we only have the Greatest Hits. Only the greatest from the great man himself and all from his great period at Sun Records between 1955 and 1961. Released to mark the 60th anniversary of Cash’s first LP from 1957, the roll call of singles remastered from their original tapes on this LP is a delight; “I Walk The Line”, “Cry! Cry! Cry!”, “Folsom Prison Blues”, “Ballad Of A Teenage Queen”, but to name of few. The 180g vinyl comes with liner notes by the president of Sun Records. A truly great celebration!
'The Legend Of...', a best-of compilation originally released in 2005, chronicles the anthemic and widely canonized country rock of Johnny Cash. The record includes many standards from the songwriter and performer in black, including his prison-related songs ("San Quentin", performed in the prison as part of his tour, as well as "Folsom Prison Blues"), as well as "Ring of Fire" and "I Walk The Line". The record also depicts some of Cash's late-career covers, including his cover of Nine Inch Nails' "Hurt" and his work with U2.
- Vinyl Double LP (3795216)
At Folsom Prison is one of the most beloved Johnny Cash recordings. The music here, more than on any other recording is imbued with his grit, his spirituality and his wry sense of humour. The set list was put together especially for the concert and the songs deal with subjects that would likely be close the inmates thoughts. It was because of this album that Johnny Cash earned the moniker The Man In Black.
- Vinyl Double LP (88985378491)
- Coloured vinyl
- Vinyl Double LP (88875111971)
At San Quentin is the second prison concert album by Johnny Cash and was originally released in 1969. It followed on from the success of 1968’s At Folsom Prison. Like its predecessor, At San Quentin features an eponymous song damning the institution. It also includes the classic version of A Boy Named Sue.
Say no more: it’s The Essential Johnny Cash. Cash is probably the country artist with the widest crossover appeal, and this double LP compilation shows off why. Early stuff, late stuff, prison stuff and live stuff is all included, as well as duets with June Carter Cash and Bob Dylan. Firm classics all. 2LP on Sony.
- Vinyl Double LP (88875150651)
The Johnny Cash TV show was apparently a thing where the honourable country groover would be like, "hey, here's another country groover that isn't me", and we would see for ourselves how their music fared. Cash would perform too, of course, because how can you curate content if you can't also create it? This RSD compilation features the show's best and brightest performances, including Waylon Jennings, James Taylor, Cash with Lynn Anderson, Tammy Wynette and a rather fantastic coupling of Cash and Joni Mitchell (doing "Girl From The North Country", no less!). Also, Ray Charles does "Ring Of Fire". Pretty cool.
- Vinyl LP (88875195531)
- Limited edition
If Johnny Cash asked me to board his train I would probably oblige; if his conducting is anything like one of his bass grooves, I'm sold. I also imagine a good song would come of it. 'All Aboard the Blue Train' harkens all the way back to '62 and includes a couple of well known classics ("Hey Porter" and "Folsom Prison Blues", to name those couple). A sweet release from the country icon.
Johnny Cash dropped into Denmark on his international tour of 1971, and his crowd-delighting set has been captured for posterity. Man In Black: Live In Denmark 1971 has all your favourite numbers, as well as several duets with June Carter Cash and a gospel section with The Carter Family. 1st time LP release on red and white vinyl, on Legacy.
This collection continues to burn a candle for the country pillar known as the Man in Black. This year, a small light is already burning: the complete box set of the American Recordings I - VI. That’s seven times 180 grams of vinyl (1260 grams total!) of Johnny Cash, a veritable treasure trove worth its weight in gold displaying a long stretch of his career in originals and well-known covers. Some of the most essential country music of all time can be found in this one, but you knew that already.
A Record store day 2015 vinyl, so a very limited pressing 7” universal. Two huge classic tracks from Johnny Cash’s immortalising American recordings sessions. Both tracks are from American IV, The Man Comes Around. Do I really need to tell you anymore about this record? Just get it already….Dayumn!?
This posthumous collection delves deep into Johnny Cash's recording career to find twelve new tunes: most of them are covers or versions of folk and country standards, though there are also a couple of Cash originals on here, such as "Call Your Mother" and "I Came to Believe". The music of 'Out Among the Stars' was dug up by Cash's son John Carter Cash and stands as Cash's very own lost record.