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I loved this guy. Here is my first and favorite pick. The song anyway.
Before there was space or time there was rock and roll.
Opps, itchy trigger finger. Here we go.
Johnny Cash - I Walk the Line
johnny cash june carter cash
i wont link any you tube clips because user comments may contain cursing, but i really dig his cover of Hurt
Yeah, hear ya Rob. I couldn't believe Johnny covered Nine Inch Nails. That was way good.
Here is what I think about all that. If I get booted off voth for liking Johnny Cash, then I don't care to be here anymore. The end. My friend. Opps I almost made Maury happy.
true.....good way to look at it
and dare i say that as much as I like the original NIN song, I think i enjoy Cash's version a little more
This post was edited by hawkirob 13 months ago
I had me a super secret stash of Johnny C albums (Folsum Prison Blues andothers) back in the 60's when no self respecting Beatles, Stones, Deep Purple, Jethro Tull, Credence, Gary Pucket and the Union Gap, Little Rascals and on and on listener would be caught dead with CW music. He was an esrly favorite and he remained one with me until he died. I really like the NIN rendition. One of the more moving songs to come along in a while. He ws a great one.
You are a good man Froggy. I came from that era as well. Never liked Jethro Tull. Sorta weird even for that era imo. I can't remember what the Gary Pucket and Gap song was? Help me out with that one. The rest of them I liked Including Johnny Cash. I loved his TV show. He had everybody on that thing. Even Dylan. I didn't mind the country folks of the day he brought on there either...
Here is one of those. JC, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee and Carl Perkins. Only one alive now. Bummer. But....
After death of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins sing on ABC "This Train is Bound for Glory", in memory of the "King".
GPandtheUG - biggie some was "Woman" - "have you got cheating on your mind" . Kind of a pretty song actually.
I was a huge fan of Buffalo Springfield back in those 60's times. "Mr Soul" etc. Good stuff.
This post was edited by Froggydegremlin 13 months ago
My very first concert was Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three, June Carter, The Carter Family and The Statler Brothers at McElroy Auditorium in Waterloo. My dad was sick so my mother took me with her. I was 12 and it was awesome.
This song was actually written by June:
Johnny Cash - The Ring Of Fire Official Music Video
The Legend Johnny Cash
Ring of Fire - Official Music Video
This is just dedicated to all the you Johnny Cash lovers out there
Life is hard. It's really hard if you're stupid.
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