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Genre: Country

Released: Feb 02, 2006

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Essentials

Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash

'60s Country
'60s Country

Sun Records
Sun Records






Walk the Line, Vol. 1 – Johnny Cash

NameArtistTimePrice
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I Walk the LineJohnny Cash2:42$0.99
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Folsom Prison BluesJohnny Cash2:47$0.99
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Cry, Cry, CryJohnny Cash2:25$0.99
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Get RhythmJohnny Cash2:13$0.99
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Home of the BluesJohnny Cash2:38$0.99
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So Doggone LonesomeJohnny Cash2:34$0.99
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SugartimeJohnny Cash1:46$0.99
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There You GoJohnny Cash2:16$0.99
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Train of LoveJohnny Cash2:22$0.99
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Next In LineJohnny Cash2:43$0.99
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Don't Make Me GoJohnny Cash2:27$0.99
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Give My Love to RoseJohnny Cash2:39$0.99
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Ballad of a Teenage QueenJohnny Cash2:10$0.99
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Big RiverJohnny Cash2:30$0.99
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Guess Things Happen That WayJohnny Cash1:48$0.99
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Come In StrangerJohnny Cash1:40$0.99
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The Ways of a Woman In LoveJohnny Cash2:14$0.99
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You're the Nearest Thing to HeavenJohnny Cash2:39$0.99
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It's Just About TimeJohnny Cash2:06$0.99
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Luther Played the BoogieJohnny Cash2:03$0.99
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Thanks a LotJohnny Cash2:37$0.99
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Katy TooJohnny Cash1:57$0.99
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Goodbye Little Darlin'Johnny Cash2:12$0.99
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I Love You BecauseJohnny Cash2:25$0.99
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Straight A's In LoveJohnny Cash2:14$0.99
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Mean Eyed CatJohnny Cash2:28$0.99
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Two Timin' WomanJohnny Cash1:56$0.99
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Wide Open RoadJohnny Cash2:21$0.99

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Our Review

Though it’s not an official soundtrack to the film, Walk the Line surfaced shortly following the 2005 biopic. Part of a two-disc series that highlights Johnny Cash’s tenure on Sun Recordings, Vol. 1 boasts an impressive 28 songs that include just a handful of early hits — a welcome refresher when you consider that most Johnny Cash compilations focus on the familiar chart toppers that the casual fan has heard over and over again. This series is an excellent way to get familiar with the cream of Cash’s early album tracks. Opening with the title track seems almost mandatory, as does following it up with the similarly twangy “Folsom Prison Blues,” but things get a little more intriguing when you hear Cash give his outlaw touch to Charlie Phillips and Odis Echols’ “Sugartime” (which the McGuire Sisters had a hit with in 1957). Fans of the aforementioned biopic will be pleased to find “Home of the Blues” here. Detailing the unhappy childhood of Cash, it was co-written with Douglas L. McAlphin and Glenn Douglas Tubb, which may be why Cash’s trademark twang sounds interestingly tampered with.

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Customer Reviews

This is NOT the movie soundtrack (4 stars)
I am glad to hear everyone saying nice things about the movie soundtrack, but this is NOT the movie soundtrack. These are actual Johnny Cash versions. The songs in the movie and on the soundtrack were sung by the actors. Don't get me wrong, the actors did a fine job in their own right, and I also reccomend checking out the soundtrack. Just wanted to let folks kow that THIS IS NOT THE MOVIE SOUNDTRACK.

The One You Want (5 stars)
There are three words that are going to stick with me until the day I die, Cash Is King. All three words tell the absolute truth from beginning to end. I don't understand why anyone would want to dislike Johnny Cash. He is in fact, the legend. Buy both of these volumes and find out. "You will not be disappointed" is an understatement.

All around great (5 stars)
I considered Walk The Line the best movie of 2005. The acting in it was superb and the singing was unbeatable. The movie captures some of the greatest songs Cash ever put out. Johnny Cash is one of the best singers ever to walk the earth and he put out the best country i have heard

Biography

Born: February 26, 1932 in Kingsland, AR
Genre: Country
Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Johnny Cash was one of the most imposing and influential figures in post-World War II country music. With his deep, resonant baritone and spare percussive guitar, he had a basic, distinctive sound. Cash didn't sound like Nashville, nor did he sound like honky tonk or rock & roll. He created his own subgenre, falling halfway between the blunt emotional honesty of folk, the rebelliousness of rock & roll, and the world-weariness of country. Cash's career coincided with the birth of rock &...

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