A morally reprehensible track by Johnny Cash

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Matt Wilson
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Re: A morally reprehensible track by Johnny Cash

Postby Matt Wilson » 13 Mar 2020, 20:10

GoogaMooga wrote:
Still Baron wrote:I know Johnny Cash made a lot of country albums but I much prefer him (and consider him) as a rock and roll man.


He recorded ONE album's worth of rockabilly with the Tennessee Two, for Sun.


I have all of his Sun recordings and I've always maintained that very few of them sound like rock 'n' roll to me.

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Re: A morally reprehensible track by Johnny Cash

Postby Still Baron » 26 Mar 2020, 15:09

Here's one for ya, googa!
Came up on my itunes this very morning.

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Re: A morally reprehensible track by Johnny Cash

Postby Mike Boom » 26 Mar 2020, 15:28

Still Baron wrote:Here's one for ya, googa!
Came up on my itunes this very morning.



I'm sorry, but I must protest !
This is incredibly irresponsible of Mr Cash, does he not know how many people die on the roads every year ?? I cannot and will not listen to this, as if there is not already enough trouble on both the highways and byways of rural America Mr Cash wantonly goes ahead and lends his voice to this show and actively encourages bad driving!! This is an outrage Sir!

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Re: A morally reprehensible track by Johnny Cash

Postby GoogaMooga » 26 Mar 2020, 16:07

Alright, okay... :D
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