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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, March 5, 2002
|1. Delia's Gone|
|2. Let the Train Blow the Whistle|
|3. The Beast in Me|
|4. Drive On|
|5. Why Me Lord?|
|7. Oh, Bury Me Not (Introduction: A Cowboy's Prayer)|
|8. Bird on a Wire|
|9. Tennessee Stud [Live]|
|10. Down There by the Train|
|12. Like a Soldier|
|13. The Man Who Couldn't Cry [Live]|
Every song on this CD was recorded with just Cash's guitar and voice, in the simplest of arrangements.
Without a bit of hyperbole, I can say that this album would, at least in my humble opinion, merit consideration as one of the top 10 of the past decade.
In 1994, country music legend Johnny Cash agrees to cut an album produced by rap producer Rick Rubin for Rubin's American Recordings label.
Was a little disappointed, would have been nicer if there had been some of his better known songs. Still Johnny was awesome and a great influence.Published 1 month ago by Peggy christie
Johnny Cash's music ages like alcohol - it just gets better with time. Johnny Cash lived life openly - all saw both his best and worst. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brian M. Murphy
The first of several albums Johnny Cash did in the twilight of his career amidst health problems and a decline in album sales. Read morePublished 2 months ago by jpop
Long live the man in black! Another great album for my collection of his works.Published 4 months ago by Gary Belton