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The Letter Edged In BlackThe GamblerTrain Of LoveYou Win AgainWould You Recognize JesusFive Minutes To LiveHave Thine Own Way LordThe Cremation Of Sam McGeeThe Christmas GuestRedemption DayOne Of These Days I'm Gonna Sit Down And Talk To PaulI Wish I Was Crazy AgainChildren Go Where I Send TheeThe Battle Of New OrleansMissouri WaltzNew MexicoA Wound Time Can't EraseWest Canterbury Subdivision BluesSeal It In My Heart And MindTo Beat The Devil (Previously Released)Louisiana ManI Wanted SoThere's A Mother Always WaitingLife Goes OnYou Dreamer YouA Backstage PassAs Long As The Grass Shall GrowFast Boat To SydneyThe Old Account Was Settled Long AgoYou Wild ColoradoI'm Ragged But I'm RightThe Big BattleThanks A LotI Feel Better All OverRock Of AgesCasey JonesHave A Drink Of WaterThe Rock Island LineHe'll Understand And Say Well DoneYou'll Never Walk AloneCrazy Old Soldier-(w Ray Charles)What Is ManCity JailAny Old Wind That BlowsPrecious MemoriesWho Kept The SheepLong Legged Guitar Pickin' ManRedemption Song (featuring Joe Strummer)Ride This Train (part 3)Joe BeanBonanza!Mr. LonesomeTroublesome WatersSalty DogLeave That Junk AloneJacob GreenI Can't Go On That WayI Will Miss You When You GoI Love You Love YouHit The Road And GoLead Me Gently HomeSlow RiderShepherd Of My HeartLead Me FatherFool's Hall Of FameAll Over AgainCasey's Last RideHe'll Be A FriendDevil Went Down To GeorgiaThe Lady Came From BaltimoreI'm A DrifterVirgieOh Lonesome MeRide This Train (part 6)Ride This Train (part 8)
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Related Information for Johnny Cash Johnny Cash (born J.R. Cash, February 26, 1932 – September 12, 2003) was a Grammy Award-winning American country singer and songwriter. Cash is widely considered to be one of the most influential American musicians of the 20th century. Although primarily remembered as a country music icon, his genre-spanning songs and sound embraced rock and roll, rockabilly, blues, folk, and gospel. This crossover appeal won Cash the rare honor of multiple induction in the Country Music, Rock and Roll.. read more