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Lay Me Down In Dixie (with Cindy Cash & The Carter Family)ThunderballThe Greatest Cowboy Of Them AllLife's Railway To HeavenThe Engineer's Dying ChildFoolish QuestionsFamily BibleCause I Love YouSixteen TonsWithout LoveThe Twentieth Century Is Almost OverA Little At A TimeKeep On The Sunny Side (Live At Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, July 16, 1964)The Prisoner's Song (Live At Osteraker Prison, Sweden, October 3, 1972)Cat's In The CradleThe Cowboy Who Started The FightThat Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (Live)Come Along And Ride This TrainWhile I've Got It On My MindW-O-M-A-NA Wonderful Time Up ThereMan In WhiteThe Last TimeI Tremble For YouIt Ain't Nothing New BabeWhere Did We Go RightPrologueGreen Grow The LilacsCold ShoulderGood Morning FriendOrphan Of The RoadHalf A Mile A DayBlisteredI'll Go Somewhere And Sing My Songs AgainWill The Circle Be Unbroken? (Live)I Talk To Jesus Every DayChattanooga City Limit SignHark The Herald Angels SingMonteagle MountainThe Hard WayHidden ShameOpening The WestThe Devil To PayLook At Them BeansIn God's HandsWalking The BluesI've Got A Thing About TrainsAngel And The BadmanThe Last Of The DriftersThis Train Is Bound For Glory (with The Carter Family)Southern ComfortSmiling Bill McCallReflectionsCommitted To ParkviewTall ManThere Ain't No Good Chain Gang (with Waylon Jennings) [Previously Released]The Mystery Of LifeThe Ballad Of Boot HillThe Big LightWhen The Roses Bloom AgainThe Fable Of Willie BrownThe Hobo SongI'm An Easy RiderJoy To The WorldSecond HoneymoonThe Road To KaintuckNew Moon Over JamaicaA Letter From HomeSee Ruby FallRodeo HandDown At Drippin' SpringsThe Shifting, Whispering Sands, Pt. 1Opening DialogueMississippi SandSweet Betsy From Pike
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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