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Any Old Wind That BlowsThanks A LotThe Big BattleThe Ballad Of BarbaraI'm Ragged But I'm RightYou Wild ColoradoThe Old Account Was Settled Long AgoFast Boat To SydneyAs Long As The Grass Shall GrowA Backstage PassI Feel Better All OverRock Of AgesCrazy Old Soldier-(w Ray Charles)You'll Never Walk AloneHe'll Understand And Say Well DoneThe Rock Island LineHave A Drink Of WaterCasey JonesFool's Hall Of FameAll Over AgainNine Pound HammerJust The Other SideBull RiderOh Come Angel BandJust One MoreIn Your MindYou'll Remember MeRockabilly Blues (texas 1955)In Them Old Cotton Fields Back HomeTo The Shining MountainsGreystone ChapelTwo Timing WomanWhere The Soul Of Man Never DiesI Got ShoesI Don't Know Where I'm BoundI'll Say It's True (with George Jones)I Couldn't Keep From CryingBorn To LoseI'd Rather Die YoungWhen I've Learned Enough To DieRide This Train (part 6)Oh Lonesome MeVirgieI'm A DrifterDevil Went Down To GeorgiaHe'll Be A FriendCasey's Last RideRide This Train (part 8)Rosanna's Going WildThese HandsBrown-eyed Handsome Man (featuring Carl Perkins)Dorraine Of PonchartrainYou And TennesseeTell Him I'm GoneDrumsFrom Sea To Shining SeaThe BaronAnother Man Done GoneLife Goes OnI Could Never Be Ashamed Of YouDo LordSong Of The PatriotWide Open RoadJesus Was A CarpenterWhat Do I CareIf We Never Meet Again This Side Of HeavenOh Little Town Of BethlehemDarlin' CompanionGoodnight IreneMatthew Twenty-four (is Knocking At The Door)Everybody Loves A NutThese Things Shall PassGirl From The CanyonAbner BrownWhen The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
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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