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COLUMBIA  YEARS

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NOTE: All Of The Johnny Cash CD's  That Are Available, Can Be Purchased At Most Major CD Online Music Outlets


Movie SoundTrack I Walk The Line

Columbia  S-30397   1970
This LP Is Longer Available New On Vinyl
Now Available On CD ( Details )

Side #1

  1. Flesh And Blood  Debut Date 12/19/70 Charted #1 
  2. I Walk The Line
  3. Hungry
  4. This Town
  5. This Side Of The Law

Side #2

  1. Flesh And Blood  ( Instrumental )
  2. Cause I Love You
  3. Cause I Love You  ( String Instrumental )
  4. The World's Gonna Fall On You
  5. Face Of  Despair
  6. Standing On The Promise / Amazing Grace

Note: This Album is is an 1970 Original Movie Soundtrack
(The Original Title Was "September County) 
Starring - Gregory Peck, Tuesday Weld, Estelle Parsons, Ralph Meeker, Charles Durning
Music By - Johnny Cash 

Produced by - Harold D. Cohen
Directed By - John Frankenheimer
Screenplay - Alvin Sargent 

Director John Frankenheimer did an excellent job evoking the look and feel of the Tennessee backwoods in "I Walk The Line" but wasn't able to pummel life into the Screenplay which Alvin Surgent fashioned from Madison Jones's novel "An Exile" a folk ballad told to the accompaniment of Johnny Cash songs, it was the downbeat story of a southern sheriff's infatuation with an amorous and amoral moon shiner's young daughter, and the tragic consequence of that infatuation. Gregory Peck, essentially a good man played the smitten sheriff, Tuesday Weld was the Sensual object of his affections, Ralph Meeker was her father, and Estelle Parsons played Peck's confused wife. Also in the cast were Charles Durning as peck's deputy, and Lonny Chapman as a bawdy federal agent. The Producer was Harold D. Cohhen. 

This Side Of The Law

On this side of the law
On that side of the law
Who is right, who is wrong
Who is for and who´s against the law?

Well, you see I didn´t really mean you any harm
But I simply couldn´t make it on the farm
When the land won´t give a lot
You´ve got to do with what you got
And all I got´s the muscle in my arm

Well, I wouldn´t ever hurt my fellow man
And mister it seems to me that you´d understand
I´m just tryin´ to help myself
Without hurtin´ anybody else
And a man has got to do the best he can

On this side of the law
On that side of the law
Who is weak, who is strong
Who is for and who´s against the law?

Oh, I didn´t mean to let my family down
And I´m not giving you the run-around
I´d rather be dead
Than I have to beg my daily bread
And to pay my way no matter where I´m bound

Well, I didn´t really think that I did wrong
Just as long as I stayed here where I belong
I did the only thing I could
Same as anybody would
Yes, I was simply tryin´ to get along

On this side of the law
On that side of the law
Who is right, who is wrong
Who is for and who´s against the law?

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Movie Soundtrack Little FaussAnd Big Halsy

LP-Columbia  S-30385
This LP Is Longer Available New On Vinyl
Now Available On CD ( Details )

Side #1  (Music Written By Carl Perkins )

  1. Rollin Free
  2. Ballad Of Little Fauss And Big Halsy
  3. Ballad Of Little Fauss And Big Halsy ( Instrumental  )
  4. Union
  5. The Little Man

Side #2

  1. The Little Man ( Instrumental )
  2. Wanted Man
  3. Rollin Free  ( Instrumental )
  4. True Love Is Greater Then Friendship  ( Sung by Carl Perkins )
  5. Movin

Note: This Album is is an 1970 Original Movie Soundtrack
Paramount Pictures staring Robert Redford, Michael J. Pollard, Lauren Hutton, Noah Beery, Lucille Benson

Once upon a time, a generation ago, there was a movie idol. the cowboy. Clean-cut, clean shaving, the all American super hero - Hoot Gibson, Johnny Mack Brown and Tom Mix rode the western plains stride trusty steels in search of Indians and desperados. these were your father's heroes. Today's heroes and their steeds are something again ! the drifter has replaced the cowpoke and the motorcycle has superceded the mustang. A new adventuresome cult has arisen - cycle buffs - and riding in with them comes a new rent in films. Such a film is this Paramount Pictures "Little Fauss And Big Halsy" a saga of today. And lets face it, "Little Fauss And Big Halsy" are not your fathers heroes. 


Music by Johnny Cash And Carl Perkins 

For production of the motion picture, producer Albert S. Ruddy and Director Sidney J. Furie  (The Ipcress File - The Leather Boy's) cast Robert Redford and Michael J. Pollard in the leading roles, with a quartet of co-starring talent to dazzle any movie-goer beautiful vogue model Lauren Hutton and Luscious, Linda  Gaye Scott, contrasted against the earthly simplicity of Noah Beery abd lucille Benson. The original screenplay, written by Charles Eastem, was spectacularly photographed by Ralaph Wooslsey. 

 

"Little Fauss And Big Halsy" was filmed where it really happens at Willow Springs Raceways outside L.A. the Manzanitd Speedway in Phoenix and at the Sears Point Speedway International in Sonoma, California

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Look At Them Beans

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LP-Columbia  KC-33814   1975
This LP Is Longer Available New On Vinyl
No CD Available At This Time 

Side #1

  1. Texas 1947   Debut Date 11/15/75 Charted #35
  2. What Have You Got Planned for Me Tonight Diana
  3. Look At Them Beans  Debut Date 7/26/75 - Charted #17 
  4. No Charge
  5. I Hardly Ever Sing Beer Drinkin Songs

Side #2

  1. Down The Road I Go
  2. I Never Met A Man Like This Before
  3. All Round Cowboy
  4. Gone
  5. Down At Drippin Springs

Look At Them Beans  

To John  

I try to remember the things that are precious to you, and I’d give you money if that would do. But money won’t do it, that’s not your way. Your money’s been for givin away. Now if you precede me and go to your grave, and the angels knock the clouds about when Jesus comes to save, I’ll be standing there to rise with you and to up as you do. And I will love you, you’ll always be mine. Forever and always, till the end of time. Till the mountains split open with the weight of the sun. We’ll rise up together as one. 

So I’ll let my hair long hang down, cause that’s the way you like it. And I’ll keep myself neat and nice for you, and I’ll have good food on your table, and I will keep your house in order. And I will always love you, You’ll always be mine. Forever and always, till the end of time. Till the mountains split open with weight of the sun. We’ll rise up together …as one. And I’ll pray for you, for your wisdom and understanding and your charity. And even if you’ve been wrong and I’ve known it, you’ve always been right, because that’s Gods order.    

And I will always love you, you’ll always be mine. Forever and always, till the end of time. Till the mountains spilt open with the weight of the sun. .we’ll rise together …as one. And I will smile for you and I’ll be kind, I’ll love your babies just as I’ve love mine. And when I could give you nothing, God blessed me and I gave you a son. And I will always love you, you’ll always be mine. Forever and always, till the end of time. Till the mountains split open with the weight of the sun. We’ll rise together …as one   June Carter Cash   

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The Christmas Spirit

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LP-Columbia  CS-8917    1963
This LP Is Longer Available New On Vinyl

See The Johnny Cash Christmas Music Page 

Side #1

  1. The Christmas Spirit
  2. I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day
  3. Blue Christmas
  4. The Gifts They Gave
  5. Here Was A Man
  6. Christmas As I New It

Side #2

  1. Silent Night
  2. The Little Drummer Boy
  3. Ringing The Bells For Jim
  4. We Are The Shepherds
  5. Who Kept The Sheep
  6. The ballad Of The Harp Weaver

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The Last Gunfighter Ballad

LP-Columbia 34314   1977
This LP Is Longer Available New On Vinyl
No CD Available At This Time

Side #1

  1. I Will Dance With You
  2. The Last Gunfighter Ballad  Debut Date 2/26/77 Charted  #38
  3. Far Side Banks Of Jordan
  4. Ridin On The Cotton Belt
  5. Give It Away

Side #2

  1. You're So Close
  2. City Jail
  3. Cindy I Love You
  4. Ballad Of Barbara
  5. That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine  ( With Tommy Cash )

Terry Smith, Writer Of The Song (Far Side Of Jordan) 

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Silver

LP-Columbia  - 36086   1979
This LP Is Longer Available New On Vinyl
Now Available On CD ! ! 

FOOT NOTES ON ALBUM

Side #1

  1. The L & M  Don't Stop Here Anymore
  2. Lonsome To The Bone
  3. Bull Rider  Debut Date 4/19/80 Charted #66
  4. I'll Say It"s True
  5. Ghost Rider's In The Sky  Debut Date 5/19/79 Charted #2 

Side #2

  1. Cocane Blues
  2. Muddy Waters
  3. Lately I've Been Leanin Towards The Blues
  4. West Canterbury Subdivision Blues
  5. I'm Gonna Sit On The Porch And Pick My Old Guitar

       Bonus Tracks - I Still Miss Someone (Duet With George Jones / I Got Stripes (Duet With George Jones

Note (Ghost) Riders In The Sky Was A #1 Pop Hit For Vaughn Monroe In 1949 

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Strawberry Cake

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LP-Columbia  KC-34088   1976
This LP Is Longer Available New On Vinyl
No CD Available At This Time

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Record Live At The Palladium, London England

Side #1

  1. Big River
  2. Doin My Time
  3. I Still Miss Someone
  4. I Got Stripes
  5. Church In The Wildwood
  6. Lonesome Valley

Side #2

  1. Strawberry Cake Debut Date 2/7/76 Charted #54 
  2. Rock Island Line
  3. Navajo
  4. Destination Victoria Station
  5. The Fourth Man

The Fourth Man 

    They wouldn't bend: (They held on to the will of God so we are told.)
    They wouldn't bow: (They would not bow their knees to Idols made of gold.)
    They wouldn't burn: (They were protected by) the Fourth Man in the fire.
    They wouldn't bend, they wouldn't bow, they wouldn't burn.

Now the prophet Daniel tells about three men who walked with God:
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednigo:
Before the wicked king they stood.
And the king commanded them bound and thrown into the fiery furnace that day.
But the fire was so hot that the men were slain that forced them on their way.

    They wouldn't bend: (They held on to the will of God so we are told.)
    They wouldn't bow: (They would not bow their knees to Idols made of gold.)
    They wouldn't burn: (They were protected by) the Fourth Man in the fire.
    They wouldn't bend, they wouldn't bow, they wouldn't burn.

Now when the three were cast in and the king rose up to witness this awful fate,
He began to tremble at what he saw.
In astonished tones he spake.
"Did we not cast three men bound into the midst of the fire?
"Well, lo, I see four men, unhurt, unbound and walkin' down there."
"There's Shadrach, Meshach and Abednigo: in the fiery coals they trod
"But the form of the Fourth Man that I see is like the Son of God."

    They wouldn't bend: (They held on to the will of God so we are told.)
    They wouldn't bow: (They would not bow their knees to Idols made of gold.)
    They wouldn't burn: (They were protected by) the Fourth Man in the fire.
    They wouldn't bend, they wouldn't bow, they wouldn't burn.

    (They wouldn't bend:) They held on to the will of God so we are told.
    (They wouldn't bow:) They would not bow their knees to Idols made of gold.
    (They wouldn't burn:) They were protected by the Fourth Man in the fire.
    They wouldn't bend, they wouldn't bow, they wouldn't burn.

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The Junkie And The Juicehead Minus Me

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LP-Columbia   KC-33086   1974
This LP Is Longer Available New On Vinyl!
No CD Available At This Time 

Side #1

  1. The Junkie And The Juicehead Minus Me
  2. Don't Take Your Guns To Town
  3. Broken Freedom Song
  4. I Do Believe
  5. Ole Slew-Foot
  6. Keep On The Sunny Side

Side #2

  1. Father And Daughter ( Johnny Cash With Rosey Nix )
  2. Crystal Chandeliers And Burgundy
  3. Friendly Gates  ( Carlene Routh )
  4. Billy & Rex & Oral & Bob
  5. Jesus
  6. Lay Back With My Woman

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The Baron

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LP - Columbia  FC-37179   1981
This LP Is Longer Available New On Vinyl
No CD Available At This Time

Side #1

  1. The Baron   Debut Date 3/21/81 Charted #10 
  2. Mobile Bay   Debut Date 7/25/81 Charted #80
  3. The Hard Way
  4. A Ceiling Four Walls And A Floor
  5. Hey Hey Train

Side #2

  1. The Reverend Mr. Black  Debut Date 1/23/82 Charted #71 
  2. The Blues Keep Gettin Bluer
  3. Chattanooga City Limit
  4. Thanks To You
  5. The Greatest Love Affair

Steven Menke, With Paul Richey The Song Writer Of The Hit Song
The Baron 
Taken At The 2004 Cashbash In Nashville Tennessee 

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Rockabilly Blues

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LP-Columbia Vinyl  JC-36779   1980
RELEASED ON CD KOCH LABEL
JULY 20, 1999

In the wake of TNT's Johnny Cash Tribute in April - one of the highest-rated music specials in TV history - Koch Records has reissued "Rockabilly Blues". This great 1980 Columbia recording features a slew of guess appearances from Marty Stuart, to Billy Joe shaver. Songwriters include Kris Kristofferson, Rodney Crowell and Johnny Cash himself.

Side #1

  1. Cold Lonesome Morning  Debut Date 8/23/80 Charted  #53 
  2. Without Love
  3. W-O-M-A-N
  4. The Cowboy Who Started The Fight
  5. The Twentieth Is Almost Over

Side #2

  1. Rockabilly Blues
  2. The Last Time
  3. She's A Go'er
  4. It Ain't Nothing New Baby
  5. One Way Rider

NOTE: All Of The Johnny Cash CD's  That Are Available, Can Be Purchased At Most Major CD Online Music Outlets

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