Johnny Cash Original Sun Sound of Johnny Cash LP
Compilation From Sun Vaults On Vinyl LP!
From the minute he walked into Sun Studios, Johnny Cash began a career that
would see him become one of the biggest and most influential musicians of our
time. Though only on Sun from 1955-58, Johnny made some of his most legendary
recordings there. When he moved on to Columbia Records, Johnny left behind a
large cache of material which Sun happily compiled and released on LPs
throughout the '60s, mixing Cash’s singles-sides with previously unissued
recordings. The resulting platters were a goldmine for fans eager to hear more
from country’s newest superstar.
From the original Sun masters, featuring many raw, in-the-studio sides (sans
overdubs) - the Man in Black has never sounded better!
By 1964, Johnny Cash had been a Columbia artist for six years - yet Sam Phillips
continued to dig deep in the Sun vaults to assemble new LP titles. Original Sun
Sound of Johnny Cash gathers a dozen of his Sun recordings, several making their
LP debut. It contains fan favorites like “Country Boy” and “Big River,” Lead
Belly’s “Goodnight Irene.” Cash’s version was entirely in line with his support
of the downtrodden and oppressed, a trait folk, and pop audiences alike.
• Vinyl LP
• Mastered from Original Sun Masters
1. Always Alone
2. Country Boy
3. Goodnight Irene
4. Wide Open Road
5. Thanks A Lot
6. Big River
8. Born To Lose
9. New Mexico
10. I Forgot To Remember To Forget
11. Two Timin' Woman
12. Story of A Broken Heart