16 Biggest Hits [Vinyl LP]
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Johnny Cash - 16 Biggest Hits
180 Gramm Pressung von Music On Vinyl
Der Meister des dunklen Countrysounds wurde in den letzten Jahren auf vielen Compilations wieder endeckt. Auf dieser, von Music On Viny,l darf man den Man in Black von einer audiophilen Warte aus betrachten. Songs wie "Walk The Line", das schweißtreibende "Folsom Prison Blues" und das wunderbar psychedelische (Ghost) "Riders In The Sky" werden Sie sicher noch nie derart klar und ausdrucksstark gehört haben. Wer nach einer sorgfältigen und klanglich einwandfreien Zusammenstellung von Cashs berühmtesten Werke sucht, wird bei "16 Biggest Hits" fündig! Garntiert!
BesetzungDJohnny Cash - Vocals, Guitar
I walk The Line
Folsom Prison Blues
I Still Miss Someone
Daddy Sang Bass
The Legend Of John Henry's Hammer
A Boy Named Sue (Live)
Don't Take Your Guns To Town
Sunday Morning Coming Down
In The Jailhouse Now
Flesh And Blood
Ring Of Fire
Man In Black
Understand Your Man
One Piece At A Time
The Ballad Of Ira Hayes
(Ghost) Riders In The Sky
TechnikExecutive Producer - Margie HuntMastered By - Denny Purcell
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"Jackson" and "If I Were a Carpenter" are probably the biggest hits. "Long-Legged Guitar Picking Man" is similar to "Jackson" in how the lyrics have the two singers teasing each other for laughs. "Long-Legged..." is also the only time that the real Johnny and June are heard in the movie WALK THE LINE, as the final credits roll at the end of the film. "Far Side Banks of Jordan" is a nice, spiritual tune, not really Gospel, but it was quoted by Rosanne Cash at the funeral for June Carter Cash, and has very touching lyrical content about being reunited with loved ones after death. "The Pine Tree" and "Brand New Dance" are great songs which I never heard before getting this CD. "It Ain't Me, Babe" is also another famous song, but I kind of think the version from the film, sung by Joachin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon, gives this song some stiff competition as to which sounds better.
There are a few songs that don't measure up to the rest, but the good ones can keep me listening for at least half of this CD, and then I might as well just let the whole thing play.
This CD is 45 minutes long, and the songs range in length from 2:15 to 3:35 minutes. The songs were recorded between 1964 and 1983.
It seems that the record company didn't do anything special for this CD release. The packaging is nowhere near as nice as many other Johnny Cash CDs, like his reissued, live, prison concerts, AT FOLSOM PRISON and AT SAN QUENTIN, or his earlier Columbia CDs like SONGS OF OUR SOIL and THE FABULOUS JOHNNY CASH.
The photo on the cover is the only photo, and the CD "booklet" only tells the song list with a few details of each song, like duration, writer, recording date, and when it was originally released. There are no liner notes to read like an essay about the CD, as appears in the other CDs I've already mentioned, which is a let down.
The WALK THE LINE SOUNDTRACK from the movie is pretty entertaining, if you enjoyed the music from the film, then you will pleased with that CD! But if you're like me, you will get the Soundtrack CD first, then get curious about what the original, REAL THING sounded like in the first place, which is why I have been buying Johnny Cash CDs lately.
If you are new to Johnny Cash, like I pretty much was before I saw the WALK THE LINE movie, then I would suggest that you start your Johnny Cash collection with THE LEGEND OF JOHNNY CASH, which has been incredibly remastered with super clear sound, especially for his 1950s hits, and comes with a nice CD booklet. But THE LEGEND does not focus much on the duets with June, so if its the June Carter duets that you are interested in, then this 16 BIGGEST HITS is definitely the way to go, as far as I know.
Johnny also did a lot of Gospel projects. GOSPEL GLORY is my favorite CD of Gospel tunes by Johnny, with guest appearances by June, the Carter Family, and many great, classic, traditional songs.
The DVD movie GOSPEL ROAD is great, and has Johnny narrating the story of Jesus, with Johnny appearing onscreen every ten minutes or so, and including a great cameo performance of Mary Magdalene by June Carter Cash herself--a true labor of love from the early 1970s.
My favorite project by Johnny Cash is his spoken word reading of the entire NEW TESTAMENT of the Holy Bible, which is affordably priced for a 16 CD set, check it out!