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    Greatest!

    Pressed At The Pallas Group In Germany

    Greatest! is the fourth album by American singer-songwriter Johnny Cash, released on the legendary Sun Records in 1959.The tracks on the album were recorded between July 1955 and July 1958. Six out of the twelve songs became singles,with Get Rhythm topping the Country charts and becoming the most successful one. The album has been remastered for vinyl and was pressed at Pallas Group in Germany.

    1. Goodby Little Darlin'
    2. I Just Thought You'd Like To Know
    3. You Tell Me
    4. Just About Time
    5. I Forgot To Remember To Forget
    6. Katy, Too
    7. Thanks A Lot
    8. Luther's Boogie
    9. You Win Again
    10. Hey Good Lookin'
    11. I Could Never Be Ashamed Of You
    12. Get Rhythm
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  • Greatest Hits Volume II Greatest Hits Volume II Quick View

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    Greatest Hits Volume II

    The Johnny Cash - Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series Continues!!!

    The Hits Continue... Now On First Time Beautiful Translucent True Blue Vinyl!

    Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso (Johnny Cash/Willie Nelson) & Pressed At R.T.I.

    Features Smash Hits: A Boy Named Sue, Hey Porter, Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down, Folsom Prison Blues, If I Were A Carpenter

    First Time Gatefold Cover Art Featuring Rare Color Photo Of The Legendary Man In Black From The Sony Music Archives

    Johnny Cash was born during the great depression into a poor family in Arkansas. At a very young age, he worked on the family farm and experienced many of life's struggles. This is also the time he would develop his love for music, family and the Bible, which followed him closely throughout his long career.

    In the early fifties after spending time in the Air Force, he moved to Memphis, became friends with folks like Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis, and ultimately cut some sides at Sun Studios which became the catalyst that would kick-start the beginnings of a soon to be worldwide superstar, troubadour and humanitarian unlike the world has ever known.

    The folks at Columbia Records knew that this young fellow named Johnny Cash was destined for super stardom. They quickly signed the legend to a long-term deal, and his first singles like his Guess Things Happen That Way & Hey Porter etched The Man In Black trademark to his name.

    In 1971 after many chart-topping country and pop albums and a bevy of hit singles and Grammy Awards, more fame followed as the brass at Columbia Records honored their journeyman Johnny Cash with his 2nd greatest hits collection, the gold and platinum smash Johnny Cash's Greatest Hits Volume II.

    The album was a blockbuster as it hit the Top 5 in the charts, making this a crossover hit with both country and pop audiences, proving once again that his career was of historic merit. Filled with more hits than a roadside jukebox, the amazing album features his biggest hits like the groundbreaking Folsom Prison Blues and his Shel Silverstein classic A Boy Named Sue. The classic top charter duet with June Carter Cash If I Were A Carpenter is also included, followed up by one of his finest interpretations of his dear friend Kris Kristofferson's Sunday Mornin' Comin'Down.

    More treasures follow with the country belter Big River and Cash's gospel smash of Daddy Sang Bass, which truly continues the treasure trove of hits contained in this masterwork.

    In total, the album showcases eleven important Johnny Cash recordings which have truly gone on to become international classics for all time.

    In honor of the Man, the Music and the Legend, Friday Music is very honored to announce the first time 180 Gram Audiophile Translucent Blue Vinyl release of the Columbia Records classic Johnny Cash Greatest Hits Volume II by Johnny Cash.

    As another fine installment in our exciting Johnny Cash 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series, we are very pleased to present this masterwork in all its stereophonic glory. Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Mastering and manufactured at R.T.I., Johnny Cash's Greatest Hits Volume II will be a much-anticipated audiophile dream release for his fans everywhere!

    For this exclusive limited edition presentation, we are also including for the first time ever gatefold artwork which includes the groundbreaking original LP cover artwork and a rare inside photo of the legend directly from the Sony Music Archives.

    As usual, we are also enclosing a poly bag to protect your album cover and poly lined inner sleeve to help keep your Johnny Cash vinyl in mint shape. Johnny Cash's Greatest Hits Volume II A history making album from a historic legend, an audiophile dream release First-time gatefold cover is now an audiophile vinyl dream on true blue vinyl come true From your friends at Friday Music

    Stay tuned for more Johnny Cash original Columbia Records audiophile vinyl and remastered compact disc recordings from Friday Music.

    1. A Boy Named Sue
    2. Hey Porter
    3. Guess Things Happen That Way
    4. Blistered
    5. Big River
    6. Long-Legged Guitar Pickin' Man
    7. Folsom Prison Blues
    8. Sunday Morning Coming Down
    9. If I Were A Carpenter
    10. Frankie's Man Johnny
    11. Daddy Sang Bass
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  • Johnny Cash Greatest Hits Volume 1 Johnny Cash Greatest Hits Volume 1 Quick View

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    Johnny Cash Greatest Hits Volume 1

    First Time on Audiophile Vinyl


    Gatefold Cover presentation of his classic 1967 multi-platinum Greatest Hits LP!!!


    Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso and Kevin Gray from the original Columbia Records tapes


    Manufactured at R.T.I.


    Johnny Cash was born during the great depression into a poor family in Arkansas. At a very young age he worked on the family farm
    and experienced many of life's struggles. This is also the time he would develop his love for music, family and the Bible, which followed him
    closely throughout his long career. In the early fifties after spending time in the Air Force, he moved to Memphis, became friends with folks
    like Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis, and ultimately cut some sides at Sun Studios which became the catalyst
    that would kick-start the beginnings of a soon to be worldwide superstar, troubadour and humanitarian unlike the world has ever known.


    The folks at Columbia Records knew that this young fellow named Johnny Cash was destined for superstardom. They quickly signed
    the legend to a long term deal, and his first Columbia singles like his prolific Don't Take Your Guns to Town forever etched "The Man In Black"
    trademark to his name.


    In 1967 after many chart topping country and pop albums and a bevy of hit singles and Grammy Awards, more fame followed as the
    brass at Columbia Records honored their journeyman Johnny Cash with his first hits collection, the multi-platinum Johnny Cash's Greatest
    Hits Volume 1.


    The album was a blockbuster as it topped the charts, making this a crossover hit with both country and pop audiences, proving once again that his career was of historic merit.
    Filled with more hits than a roadside jukebox, the amazing album takes off with the classic duet with wife June Carter Cash and
    Grammy Award winner Jackson. This chart topping single is followed up by one of his most famous songs the number one I Walk the Line.


    More treasures follow with the country belter Understand Your Man and Cash's own hit interpretation of Orange Blossom Special, which truly
    made the album a treasure trove of hits.
    More greatest hits follow as the LP features a nice helping of solid smashes like Ring of Fire, Five Feet High and Rising, the aforementioned Don't Take Your Guns to Town, and probably one of the first Bob Dylan covers ever with his haunting It Ain't Me Babe. In total, the
    album showcases eleven important Johnny Cash recordings which have truly gone on to become international classics for all time.


    In honor of the Man, the Music and the Legend, Friday Music is very proud and honored to announce the first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of the Columbia Records classic Johnny Cash's Greatest Hits Volume 1 by Johnny Cash.
    As a first installment in our exciting Johnny Cash 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series, we are very pleased to present this masterwork
    in all its stereophonic glory. Mastered impeccably from the original Columbia Records tapes by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios with
    Kevin Gray and manufactured at R.T.I., Johnny Cash's Greatest Hits Volume 1 will be a much anticipated audiophile dream release for his
    fans everywhere!


    For this exclusive presentation, we are also including for the first time ever gatefold artwork which includes the groundbreaking
    original LP cover photo by Sandy Speiser and are also enclosing a poly bag to protect your album cover and poly lined inner sleeve to help
    keep your Johnny Cash vinyl in mint shape.
    Johnny Cash's Greatest Hits Volume 1 A history making album from a historic legend, an audiophile dream release first time
    gatefold cover is now an audiophile vinyl dream come true From your friends at Relayer Friday Music Stay tuned for more Johnny Cash
    original Columbia Records audiophile vinyl and remastered compact disc recordings from Relayer Friday Music.

    Side One
    1. Jackson
    2. I Walk the Line
    3. Understand Your Man
    4. Orange Blossom Special
    5. The One on the Right
    Is on the Left


    Side Two
    1. Ring of Fire
    2. It Ain't Me, Babe
    3. The Ballad of Ira Hayes
    4. The Rebel-Johnny Yuma
    5. Five Feet High and Rising
    6. Don't Take Your Guns
    to Town

    Johnny Cash
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  • The Legend Of Johnny Cash The Legend Of Johnny Cash Quick View

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    The Legend Of Johnny Cash

    On vinyl for the first time, The Legend of Johnny Cash is the Man In Black's first career spanning album. Containing material from his American
    Recordings era in addition to songs from his time at Sun (Cry Cry Cry, Hey Porter, I Walk The Line and Folsum Prison Blues) and Columbia. With
    his charismatic presence and flinty integrity, Johnny Cash is an American cultural icon. His regular presence on TV, radio and in dramatic films has led to
    him being one of the most admired artists by the Greatest Generation through Gen-X and beyond.
    LP 1
    1. Cry Cry Cry
    2. Hey, Porter
    3. Folsom Prison Blues
    4. I Walk The Line
    5. Get Rhythm
    6. Big River
    7. Guess Things Happen That Way
    8. Ring of Fire
    9. Jackson
    10. A Boy Named Sue (live)
    11. Sunday Morning Coming Down
    12. Man in Black


    LP 2
    13. One Piece at a Time
    14. Highwayman
    15. The Wanderer
    16. Delia's Gone
    17. Rusty Cage
    18. I've Been Everywhere
    19. Give My Love to Rose
    20. The Man Comes Around (early take)
    21. Hurt

    Johnny Cash
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  • Greatest Hits And Favorites Greatest Hits And Favorites Quick View

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    Greatest Hits And Favorites

    Import


    Greatest Hits And Favorites features a 48 track collection of Johnny Cash's early material including I Walk The Line, Folsom Prison Blues, Train Of Love, Next In Line, Home Of The Blues, Give My Love To Rose, Don't Take Your Guns To Town, Katy Too, The Man On The Hill and more.

    LP1 Side A


    1. Hey Porter
    2. Cry, Cry, Cry
    3. Folsom Prison Blues
    4. So Doggone Lonesome
    5. Luther Played The Boogie
    6. I Walk The Line
    7. Get Rhythm
    8. There You Go
    9. Train Of Love
    10. I Love You Because
    11. Goodbye Little Darlin'
    12. Straight A's In Love


    LP1 - Side B


    1. Next In Line
    2. Don't Make Me Go
    3. Rock Island Line
    4. The Wreck Of The Old '97
    5. Home of the Blues
    6. Give My Love To Rose
    7. Balland of a Teenage Queen
    8. Big River
    9. Guess Things Happen That Way
    10. Come In Stranger
    11. You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven
    12. Katy Too


    LP2 - Side A


    1. The Ways of a Woman In Love
    2. Thanks A Lot
    3. It's Just About Time
    4. You Win Again
    5. Hey, Good Lookin'
    6. I Forgot To Remember To Forget
    7. What Do I Care
    8. It Was Jesus
    9. All Over Again
    10. That's All Over
    11. Frankie's Man, Johnny
    12. I Still Miss Someone


    LP2 - Side B


    1. Don't Take Your Guns To Town
    2. I'd Rather Die Young
    3. The Old Account
    4. I Got Stripes
    5. You Dreamer You
    6. Five Feet High And Rising
    7. The Man On The Hill
    8. Clementine
    9. I Want To Go Home
    10. Old Apache Squaw
    11. The Great Speckled Bird
    12. I'll Remember You

    Johnny Cash
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  • Sun Records' Greatest Hits (Pre-Order) Sun Records' Greatest Hits (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Sun Records' Greatest Hits (Pre-Order)

    Including 16 classic tracks recorded at Sam Phillips' legendary Sun Studios in Memphis, TN, this set provides a quick and concise fly-over of the genre-defining music Phillips put together in the late 1950s, although naturally there's a lot more to the story than just what is presented here. What is here, though, is immortal, including Elvis Presley's That's All Right and Blue Moon of Kentucky, Johnny Cash's I Walk the Line, Jerry Lee Lewis' Great Balls of Fire, and Carl Perkins' Blue Suede Shoes and Matchbox, among others. Pressed On 180-gram vinyl.
    1. That's All Right - Elvis Presley
    2. I Walk the Line - Johnny Cash
    3. Great Balls Of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis
    4. Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins
    5. Blue Moon Of Kentucky - Elvis Presley
    6. Domino - Roy Orbison
    7. Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
    8. Whole Lot of Shakin' Going On - Jerry Lee Lewis
    9. Oh Red - Howlin' Wolf
    10. Raunchy - Bill Justis
    11. Matchbox - Carl Perkins
    12. Crazy Arms - Jerry Lee Lewis
    13. Bear Cat - Rufus Thomas, Jr.
    14. Claudette - Roy Orbison
    15. Hey Porter - Johnny Cash
    16. Breathless - Jerry Lee Lewis
    Various Artists
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  • Koncert V Praze (In Prague - Live) Koncert V Praze (In Prague - Live) Quick View

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    Koncert V Praze (In Prague - Live)

    Johnny Cash playing his greatest hits behind the Iron Curtain in 1983.
    1. Ring of Fire (Live)
    2. Folsom Prison Blues
    3. I Still Miss Someone
    4. Big River
    5. Cowboy Medley: I Ride an Old Paint / The Streets of Laredo; I Ride an Old Paint\ The Streets of Laredo (Live)
    6. Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down (Live)
    7. I Walk the Line (Live)
    8. Last Date (Live)
    9. City of New Orleans (Live)
    10. Railroad Medley: Hey Porter / Wreck of the Old '97 /Casey Jones / Orange Blossom Special; Hey Porter\ Wreck of the Old '97\ Casey Jones\ Orange Blossom Special (Live)
    11. Wabash Cannonball (Live)
    Johnny Cash
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  • The All Time Greatest Hits of Roy Orbison (Awaiting Repress) (On Sale) The All Time Greatest Hits of Roy Orbison (Awaiting Repress) (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    The All Time Greatest Hits of Roy Orbison (Awaiting Repress) (On Sale)


    180g 2LP Set Pressed At RTI Contains Four Songs Named To Rolling Stone's List Of 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time


    Collection Influenced Tom Petty, Tom Waits, Bruce Springsteen, And Hundreds Of Other Legends


    Rare is the voice, personality, and image that defines cool for more than 50 years. But Roy Orbison simply had it all - the tender tone, the laidback charisma, the mellifluous baritone, the cover-magazine looks, the gazing eyes hidden behind black Ray-Ban shades. And of course, the songs. Sad (Only the Lonely). Soaring (Crying). Summery (Dream Baby). Sweet (Blue Angel). Sentimental (Pretty Paper). Sensuous (Shahdaroba).


    Few singers ever captured such a rainbow of romantic emotions - longing, heartache, hope, loss, melancholy - with such effortlessness, smoothness, and suaveness. An early rock n' roll pioneer that defied songwriting tradition, Orbison is at home whether playing with orchestral strings, rockabilly bands, doo-wop singers, jumping horn sections, or swinging pop groups. Like fellow Sun Records alums Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley, his art is timeless, his command irreproachable.


    No wonder, then, that a basic search literally turns up dozens upon dozens of compilations. Demand for Orbison's trademark vocal shiver and pussycat purr has never been greater. But with so many duplicative collections available, which one to get? Mobile Fidelity recognized that none of the available releases had the necessary mark of quality - namely, first-rate sound. So we changed that by providing a necessary sonic update to the best collection - a 1972 set that has never once gone out-of-print.


    Remastered from the original analog master tapes for the first time ever, here are all of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member's finest singles for Monument Records in one place, all claiming a clarity, richness, tonality, and presence that has never been before experienced outside of the studio. Captured by legendary producer Fred Foster, Orbison's famous voice now reverberates with a realistic decay and astonishing purity that puts all previous compilations to shame.


    And there's no arguing with the 20-song track list, which includes no fewer than 15 Top 100 singles, beginning with the career-launching Only the Lonely and climaxing with the international smash Oh, Pretty Woman, the last cut the Grammy winner made for Monument before departing for MGM in 1965. There is not a weak tune on this album, and you will never hear them sound better.


    This title is not eligible for further discount.

    1. Only The Lonely
    2. Leah
    3. In Dreams
    4. Uptown
    5. It's Over
    6. Crying
    7. Dream Baby
    8. Blue Angel
    9. Working For The Man
    10. Candy Man
    11. Running Scared
    12. Falling
    13. Love Hurts
    14. Shahadaroba
    15. I'm Hurtin'
    16. Mean Woman Blues
    17. Pretty Paper
    18. The Crowd
    19. Blue Bayou
    20. Oh, Pretty Woman
    Roy Orbison
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  • American Recordings American Recordings Quick View

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    American Recordings

    In 1994 Cash stunned the music world with this commanding collection of 13 solo acoustic performances that roll from gospel to cowboy to sarcastic folk.
    Minimalism had long been Cash's meal ticket, but this time around, producer Rick Rubin stripped it all away, recording the bulk of the record in Cash's
    cabin or his own living room (two cuts were captured live at the Viper Room in front of an emphatic audience). Cash offers five typically direct and vivid
    originals, but he also seizes control of songs by Kris Kristofferson, Nick Lowe, Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits, and Loudon Wainwright. Forty years after Hey
    Porter, Cash delivers a pure, naked, and incredibly moving record that, dare we say, rivals the impact of his greatest achievements. --Marc Greilsamer


    Johnny Cash had already recorded some of the most important Country albums in the history of the genre, yet, although he was still making quality music
    throughout the '80s, record sales and label support were the lowest he'd ever experienced in his entire career. By the early '90s, he was without a label for
    the first time in four decades. Longtime fan, label owner and producer Rick Rubin stepped in, asked Johnny to return to his roots and together, they recreated
    the legend of the Man In Black. Features Cash performing his own compositions as well as songs from Loudon Wainwright, Leonard Cohen, Nick
    Lowe, Tom Waits and Glenn Danzig. American Recordings earned Johnny a 1995 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album. A stunning return
    to form.

    1. Delia's Gone
    2. Let The Train Blow The Whistle
    3. The Beast In Me
    4. Drive On
    5. Why Me Lord
    6. Thirteen
    7. Oh, Bury Me Not
    8. Introduction: A Cowboy's Prayer
    9. Bird On A Wire
    10. Tennessee Stud
    11. Down There By The Train
    12. Redemption
    13. Like A Soldier
    14. The Man Who Couldn't Cry
    Johnny Cash
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  • At Folsom Prison At Folsom Prison Quick View

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    At Folsom Prison

    Ranked 88/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison fully captures Cashs gritty intensity and hard-headed humanity, capturing a high-energy set performed for an equally spirited audience. With a set list tailored for the occasion, Cash focuses on songs dealing with crime and imprisonment, balancing dark subject matter with wry, playful humor. The album opens, appropriately enough, with the venerable Folsom Prison Blues, and continues with such outlaw anthems as Cocaine Blues, 25 Minutes to Go, The Wall and I Got Stripes, alongside such Cash classics as I Still Miss Someone, Orange Blossom Special and Jackson, with the latter track featuring Cashs wife and frequent duet partner June Carter. The album closes on an inspirational note with Greystone Chapel, a song written by convict Glen Shirley, which Cash and his band learned especially for this show.


    Johnny Cashs five-decade musical career was loaded with bigger-than-life landmark moments. None were more memorable than the Man in Blacks historic concerts at Folsom Prison and San Quentin State Prison, and the beloved albums that documented those shows. Cashs passion for prison reform and rehabilitation inspired him to perform a series of concerts for inmate audiences, and two of these unique events were documented on Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison and Johnny Cash at San Quentin. These albums, originally released in 1968 and 1969 respectively, remain among Cashs best-selling and best-loved recordings. At the time of their original release, they revitalized his career, and played a crucial role in his crossover from the country music world to the mainstream pop charts.

    1. Folsom Prison Blues
    2. Dark as the Dungeon
    3. I Still Miss Someone
    4. Cocaine Blues
    5. 25 Minutes to Go
    6. Orange Blossom Special
    7. The Long Black Veil
    8. Send a Picture of Mother
    9. The Wall
    10. Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog
    11. Flushed From the Bathroom of Your Heart
    12. Jackson (With June Carter)
    13. Give My Love to Rose (With June Carter)
    14. I Got Stripes
    15. Green, Green Grass of Home
    16. Greystone Chapel
    Johnny Cash
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    16 Biggest Hits

    Import

    Remastered


    Features Johnny's all-time greatest songs, including I Walk The Line, Ring Of Fire, Folsom Prison Blues, Man In Black and A Boy Named Sue.

    1. I Walk The Line
    2. I Still Miss Someone
    3. The Legend Of John Henry's Hammer
    4. Don't Take Your Guns To Town
    5. In The Jailhouse Now
    6. Ring Of Fire
    7. Understand Your Man
    8. The Ballad Of Ira Hayes
    9. Folsom Prison Blues
    10. Daddy Sang Bass
    11. A Boy Named Sue
    12. Sunday Morning Coming Down
    13. Flesh And Blood
    14. Man In Black
    15. One Piece At A Time
    16. (Ghost) Riders In The Sky
    Johnny Cash
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    Get Rhythm / I Walk The Line

    Released in 1956, Get Rhythm is an upbeat number by Johnny Cash with positive lyrics speaking of a happy shoe-shine boy. While the song is classic, inimitable Cash, it would quickly become overshadowed by its b-side, I Walk the Line. A peculiar song that changes key between each verse and has no chorus, I Walk the Line would become the song Cash is best known for, a tale of pledged fidelity with lyrical undertones implying even deeper meaning. Rolling Stone magazine ranked the song at #30 in their 2004 list of the 500 greatest songs of all time.
    A: Get Rhythm
    B: I Walk The Line
    Johnny Cash
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    Sings The Songs That Made Him Famous

    Originally released in 1958 on Sun Records, Johnny Cash's second album was a smash success, with singles such as I Walk The Line, Guess Things Happen That Way, and Ballad of a Teenage Queen shooting to the top of the charts and earning Cash a reputation as one of country's greatest songwriters and performers. The Man In Black is accompanied by Luther Perkins and Marshall Grant, known at the time as The Tennessee Two. The album was produced by Sun Records founder, Sam Phillips, and Jack Clement.
    1. Ballad of a Teenage Queen
    2. There You Go
    3. I Walk the Line
    4. Don't Make Me Go
    5. Guess Things Happen That Way
    6. Train of Love
    7. The Ways of a Woman in Love
    8. Next in Line
    9. You're the Nearest Thing to Heaven
    10. I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love With You)
    11. Home of the Blues
    12. Big River
    Johnny Cash
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  • Live At Shea Stadium Live At Shea Stadium Quick View

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    Live At Shea Stadium

    Recorded at New Yorks Shea Stadium in 1982, Live at Shea Stadium captures The Clash at the peak of its powers and on devastating form. Bristling with energy and attitude, Live at Shea Stadium is destined to feature alongside James Brown at the Apollo, The Who at Leeds and Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison as one of the greatest live recordings of all time!


    The Clash, opening for The Who on their farewell U.S. tour played two nights at the legendary Shea Stadium (12th & 13th Oct 1982). They had recently released the Combat Rock album, and the singles Rock The Casbah and Should I Stay Or Should I Go were enjoying mass audiences via MTV and radio airplay. Despite being the support act, the New York Post reported there were as many Clash fans on those nights as Who fans.


    Recorded by Glyn Johns, the album features the second nights performance in its entirety and shows the band at a fascinating and pivotal point in their career. They had risen from punk agitators to arena superstars and would break up less than a year later. One of the few remaining unreleased Clash treasures, the recordings have long been sought after by fans and were unearthed by the late Joe Strummer while packing for a move. This is a legendary Clash concert. More than an album, its an event.

    1. Kosmo Vinyl Introduction
    2. London Calling
    3. Police On My Back
    4. Guns Of Brixton
    5. Tommy Gun
    6. The Magnificent Seven
    7. Armagideon Time
    8. The Magnificent Seven (return)
    9. Rock The Casbah
    10. Train In Vain
    11. Career Opportunities
    12. Spanish Bombs
    13. Clampdown
    14. English Civil War
    15. Should I Stay Or Should I Go
    16. I Fought The Law
    Clash
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  • Edendale (Discontinued) (On Sale) Edendale (Discontinued) (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Edendale (Discontinued) (On Sale)

    BigBang, Norways Greatest Live Band, have made Los Angeles their new home and have been criss-crossing the country playing intimate gigs and generating interest including from The Raconteurs Jack White and from Rolling Stone Magazines editor David Fricke: Led by singer-guitarist Oystein Greni, BigBang lit the power-pop chime and songwriting of Big Star and late-'80s R.E.M. with the power blues dynamics of Stevie Ray Vaughans Double Trouble.


    The new record has strong ties to BigBangs adopted home in California. Frontman Øystein Greni explains: The area of Los Angeles today known as Echo Park/Silverlake used to be called Edendale around the time when the silent movie industry took off. Charlie Chaplins studio, now a storage place, is on my block, and Walt Disneys first film studio was across the street from the local Trader Joes. In Europe we tend to romanticize things and people from the past; here its all about moving on to the next project. Ironically, as much as I wanted to get away from the stale museum-like atmosphere of Europe, I get here and start focusing on LAs fascinating past!


    Edendale was recorded in Los Angeles at the legendary Sound City Studios (Nirvana, Fleetwood Mac, Johnny Cash, Metallica), with an impressive list of collaborators. Producers: Øystein Greni (Bigbang) and Greg Richling (Wallflowers, Black Flag), Technician/mixer: Bryan Cook (Queens of the Stone Age, Raconteurs, The Bird and The Bee), Mastered by: Gavin Lurssen (Robert Plant/Alison Krauss, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello)

    1. Play Louder
    2. Call Me
    3. Swedish Television
    4. Isabel
    5. Freeway Flowers
    6. Bag Of Leaves
    7. To The Max
    8. Head Over Heels
    9. Now Is Not A Good Time
    10. One Step At A Time


    Bonus Tracks:


    11. Something Special
    12. Falling
    13. Wild Bird (Live)

    Bigbang
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    Highwayman 2 (Pre-Order)

    Pressed On180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl

    Nominated For A Grammy In The Category 'Best Country Vocal Collaboration'

    The Highwaymen was a country music supergroup composed of four of the genre's biggest artists well known for their pioneering influence on the outlaw country subgenre: Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson.

    Whenever you combine the greatest men in their trade, you get genius. The album is an amazing compilation of talent and songwriting. These men are legendary country music singers on their own, and when you combine them, you get something special.

    Highwayman 2 is the second studio album released by American country supergroup The Highwaymen, which reached #4 on the country album chart. The Lee Clayton- penned song Silver Stallion was the first single and made the country Top 40. The album was nominated for a Grammy for 'Best Country Vocal Collaboration'. Highwayman 2 was produced, once again, by Moman. Six of the songs were written or co-written by members of the group.

    1. Silver Stallion
    2. Born and Raised in Black and White
    3. Two Stories Wide
    4. We're All in Your Corner
    5. American Remains
    6. Anthem '84
    7. Angels Love Bad Men
    8. Songs That Make a Difference
    9. Living Legend
    10. Texas
    The Highwaymen
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    In The Beginning...

    Widely considered one of the greatest songwriters of his generation, Townes Van Zandt has been hailed by such singers as Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris and Willie Nelson. Fat Possum is proud to reissue In The Beginning, a collection of ten recordings produced by Jack Clement (Johnny Cash, U2, Waylon Jennings) in 1966. Recorded almost two years before the original release of For Sake Of The Song, this is Townes in his original element and already writing about drifters, losers and gamblers.
    Black Widow Blues

    Maryetta's Song

    Hunger Child Blues

    Gypsy Friday

    Waitin' for the Day

    Black Jack Mama

    When Your Dream Lovers Die

    Colorado Bound

    Big Country Blues

    Black Crow Blues
    Townes Van Zandt
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    Mystery Girl Expanded

    Everyone involved with Mystery Girl sensed the magic in Roy Orbison, who, in 1988, was enjoying a full creative renaissance and resurgence of popularity. One of Roy's classic recordings, "In Dreams," memorably lip-synched into a hurricane lamp by Dean Stockwell, had served as a key thematic element in David Lynch's "Blue Velvet," igniting a renewed interest in the Big O.


    In a series of bold aesthetic moves, Orbison directly addressed his legacy, first with Class of '55 (a 1986 reunion album with fellow Sun Records alumni Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins) and then, In Dreams: The Greatest Hits, where Orbison recut many of his biggest songs, using 1980s technology to produce results often surpassing his original recordings.


    At this same time, Roy Orbison became a founding member of the Traveling Wilburys, the roots rock supergroup also featuring Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, and Tom Petty. It was during work with the Wilburys that the vision for Mystery Girl, a new Roy Orbison album made of original songs from a variety of writers-including Roy Orbison, Diane Warren, Elvis Costello, Wesley Orbison and U2s Bono and the Edge (among others)-began taking shape.


    "When he sang it, it was absolutely magnificent," said Jeff Lynne, who would produce tracks for Mystery Girl. "His voice, I had never heard a voice like that live, you know, in the studio, ever . He had this wonderful spirit, almost like a kid in many ways.


    He was just a happy guy. I love him . One of the proudest things I've ever done is to have become his friend. I'd look at him and just go, 'Wow, it's him. The Big O.'"


    Roy's core group of musicians on the original Mystery Girl recordings included Jeff Lynne (guitar, piano, bass, backing vocals), Tom Petty (acoustic guitar, backing vocals), Mike Campbell (guitar, bass, mandolin), Jim Keltner (drums), Howie Epstein (bass, backing vocals), and Benmont Tench (piano, organ, cheap strings). Contributing artists on the album include Barbara Orbison, Roy Orbison, Jr., Al Kooper, George Harrison, Bono, T Bone Burnett, Steve Cropper, The Memphis Horns, and more.


    "I was just taken by how amazing this guy was. Just sitting, singing softly, sitting on the sofa with an acoustic guitar, his voice was unbelievable." remembers Tom Petty. "The music will live on, you know; it's very timeless music."


    Mike Campbell added, "Any time I hear one of Roy's songs, wherever I am, I just stop and listen to it and he's there, you know. His artistry and his voice and his spirit and the depth of his soul is so unique and it just connects with you in such a deep way . He just had a way of getting into your heart."


    "He was a real innovator, truly a great singer," said Bono. "The real rebels to me always had manners. Elvis, you know, and Roy, Roy was a true gentleman. And that's a scary thing in a man, do you know what I mean? A man that's so sure in himself that he can be polite."


    The legendary guitarist Steve Cropper confided that, "I've only met basically three, maybe three-and-a-half, of what I call 'light bulbs' in my life. And what I mean by 'light bulbs' is they're the brightest one in the room and when they walk in the door every head turns. Every head. Not just a few, not some people still talking in the corner. It's like everyone stops what they are doing. Elvis Presley, Otis Redding and Roy Orbison. And I saw that happen to Bill Clinton. So, there you go and I've never seen that happen to anybody else, ever."

    LP1
    1. You Got It
    2. In the Real World
    3. (All I Can Do Is) Dream You
    4. A Love So Beautiful
    5. California Blue
    6. She's a Mystery to Me
    7. The Comedians
    8. The Only One
    9. Windsurfer
    10. Careless Heart


    LP2
    1. The Way Is Love
    2. She's a Mystery to Me (Studio Demo)
    3. (All I Can Do Is) Dream You (Studio Demo)
    4. The Only One (Studio Demo)
    5. The Comedians (Studio Demo)
    6. In the Real World (Studio Demo)
    7. California Blue (Studio Demo)
    8. Windsurfer (Work-Tape Demo)
    9. You Are My Love (Work-Tape Demo)

    Roy Orbison
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    I'm Not The Devil

    Cody Jinks was raised on country music but he cut his teeth on metal. "Metallica was king. They set the tone for me and I spent a good part of my youth wanting to be James Hetfield." After a dedicated stint as a frontman in a thrash metal band, Jinks willingly found himself back to where it all began. "My dad loved the outlaw country icons, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard. That never ending consistency of incredible music growing up laid some very deep seeds. I'm mean, come on nothing better than mentally diving into 'The Hag' and metal when it comes time for me to write songs."


    Always avoiding trends and ferociously choosing his direction was the only option from day one, even though that very path could have prevented success. "What is success if you can't wake up everyday being who you really are. In the end, that will catch up with you." Jinks has been tested countless times by his career choices. The better part of the last 15 years have included numerous empty bar rooms and a never ending financial loss. "Yeah, I've been pretty good at losing money. Not the greatest feeling in the world to be gone from home for long stretches of time, only to walk in the door broke. Luckily I've got a damn good woman in my life. She has stood by me with unmeasurable strength to say the least and it is an absolute fact that I seriously overplayed my hand when landing her."


    His long, dark beard and endless array of tattoos are no fad. They unquestionably define Cody Jinks. His prototypical metal/hard rock band frontman look is not a well orchestrated image, but again, define Cody Jinks. Diving into to his album, I'm Not the Devil is the perpetual truth of who he is and where he has found himself at this point in his career. "I'm just glad that I ended up where I am now," Jinks said. "It makes complete sense that I'm at this place in my life. Country music found me when I was young and chased me down as I grew older"


    Jinks' latest project is his deepest, darkest and most provocative album to date, with a metal common denominator, the apocalypse, running throughout the record. "It's a pretty scary time," Jinks said. "There are some evil people running things in the world. It hits me since I have a six and three-year old."
    There's not a weightier song than the aptly titled "Heavy Load." It's the most apocalyptic song on the album but the dense cut, with a pretty violin break, is a gorgeous tune. The vocal hook grabs ears when Jinks croons "Train Jumps Tracks Some Time Ago/You Can't Root That Heavy Load." "That was the last song I wrote on the record," Jinks said. "I couldn't be happier how that one turned out."


    "All You Can" features a pretty piano line and sobering wordplay. When Jinks belts out 'What Are You Living For," you can't help but think about the serious question posed in what is becoming an increasingly shallow existence. "I was really tired when I wrote that song," Jinks said. "We had been on the road for awhile. The bottom line is that if you're not helping people, you're not doing your job as a human being. It's time to quit feeling sorry for yourself and do something."
    One of Jinks' favorite songs on the album is "The Way I Am," a cover of a Merle Haggard classic. "I love that song," Jinks says. "I wrapped it up just before Merle died. The song always resonated with me. I relate to that one since there are times I would rather be out fishing."


    "No Words" is a stunner of a gritty, autobiographical love song, which is a throwback to how songs used to be written. It is a tuneful gem, inspired by reality. Jinks starts out dark as night. "My Whole View of the World has Changed/ I Guess that Comes with Age/I Don't Believe there is Good in Every Man Like I Did Back Then/I May Drink More Than I Should/You've Seen Me on the Floor/I Spent my Lifetime in this Cage I Built Around Me." But the song is actually a tip of the hat to his beloved wife of 19 years. "There Aint' No Words/ To Say How Much I Need You/With You Here/ You Make This Life I Lead Worth Living." "It's about my wife," Jinks says. "But the funny thing is that she doesn't like it. She thinks it sounds too sad."


    With the title track "I'm Not the Devil," Jinks wakes us all up to the realities of mistakes and the heartfelt desire to be forgiven. "We are all guilty of mistakes and very guilty of pointing out the mistakes of others. Forgiveness feels so much better or so I think."


    It's impressive how Jinks is getting his message across. Jinks utilizes space well in his songs. Notes aren't crammed in. Jinks lets his songs breathe. "After all I've experienced, I think I've matured," Jinks says. "I think you can hear it in the music. I've grown up."


    Even though he still looks the part of the headbanger he was back in the day, he has moved on. "It's all for the best, Jinks says. "I'm where I was meant to be."


    It's all about the music and the fans, who are the fuel that drives Jinks. "They come out night after night giving up hard earned money and precious time to see me play," Jinks says. " It's truly is amazing when you really think about it. The best way I can say thanks is by giving back with effort and gratitude."

    1. The Same
    2. I'm Not the Devil
    3. No Guarantees
    4. No Words
    5. Give All You Can
    6. She's All Mine
    7. The Way I Am
    8. Chase That Song
    9. Heavy Load
    10. Grey
    11. Church at Gaylor Creek
    12. Vampires
    13. Hand Me Down
    Cody Jinks
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    3 Feet High And Rising (Out Of Stock)


    Ranked 346/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.




    One of the greatest albums ever made - NME


    The Sgt. Pepper of hip hop - Village Voice


    #5 on the top 100 Albums of the Century - Spex


    3 Feet High and Rising is the debut album from the American hip hop trio De La Soul, which was released in 1989.


    The album marked the first of three full-length collaborations with producer Prince Paul, which would become the critical and commercial peak of both parties. It is consistently placed on 'greatest albums' lists by noted music critics and publications. Robert Christgau called the record unlike any rap album you or anybody else has ever heard. In 1998, the album was selected as one of The Source Magazine's 100 Best Rap Albums..


    A critical, as well as commercial success, the album contains the well known singles, Me Myself and I, The Magic Number, Buddy, and Eye Know. The album's title was inspired by a line in the Johnny Cash song Five Feet High and Rising. The album is discussed in detail by De La Soul in Brian Coleman's book Check the Technique. It was selected by the Library of Congress as a 2010 addition to the National Recording Registry, which selects recordings annually that are culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.


    MISSING WORD skit that takes place at a game show. The contestants (portrayed by the three members of De La Soul plus producer Prince Paul) are asked four questions by the host (Al Watts), and their attempts at answering are scattered about the album. The song Ghetto Thang is one of the few non-positive tracks on the album. It is a story about poverty and other social ills, even though De La Soul is from middle-class suburb Amityville, New York (on Long Island). Its denunciation of ghetto violence can be summed up in the words Ghetto gained a ghetto name from ghetto ways/Now there must be ghetto gangs and ghetto play/If ghetto thing can have its way and get arranged/Then there must be some ghetto love and ghetto change. Description describes each member of De La Soul, and a few others, in five lines each, the style reminiscent of a limerick.

    1. Intro
    2. The Magic Number
    3. Change In Speak
    4. Cool Breeze On The Rocks
    5. Can U Keep A Secret
    6. Jenifa Taught Me (Derwin's Revenge)
    7. Ghetto Thang
    8. Transmitting Live From Mars
    9. Eye Know
    10. Take It Off
    11. A Little Bit Of Soap
    12. Tread Water
    13. Potholes In My Lawn
    14. Say No Go
    15. Do As De La Does
    16. Plug Tunin' (Last Chance To Comprehend)
    17. De La Orgee
    18. Buddy (With Jungle Brothers And Q-Tip From A Tribe Called Quest)
    19. Description
    20. Me Myself and I
    21. This Is A Recording 4 Living In A Fulltime Era (L. I. F. E.)
    22. I Can Do Anything (Delacratic)
    23. D .A. I. S. Y. Age
    De La Soul
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    Kicking The Television: Live In Chicago (Box Set) (Out Of Stock)

    Recorded over four nights in May at The Vic Theatre in Chicago, we finally get a live Wilco album. 'It's really the best it's ever felt,' said Jeff Tweedy, 'I would say at this point, I don't think I've ever been in a band that's felt this connected and unified with this collective vision.' To document that collective vision that band called upon veteran mixing engineer Jim Scott (Tom Petty, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Dave Matthews, Johnny Cash) to capture the energy, excitement, clarity and musicality that has earned Wilco continued praise for their live shows around the world. Bolstered by experimental guitarist Nels Cline and multi-instrumentalist Pat Sansone, Wilco can now move effortlessly from soaring rock anthems like 'Shot in the Arm' to dynamic dazzlers like 'Hummingbird' and 'Muzzle of Bees.' There is a welcoming delicacy that adds beauty to Jeff Tweedy's songs and the late-night ballads. One of America's greatest bands has never sounded better.
    1. Misunderstood
    2. Company in My Back
    3. The Late Greats
    4. Hell Is Chrome
    5. Handshake Drugs
    6. I Am Trying to Break Your Heart
    7. Shot in the Arm
    8. At Least That's What You Said
    9. Wishful Thinking
    10. Jesus, Etc.
    11. I'm the Man Who Loves You
    12. Kicking Television
    13. Via Chicago
    14. Hummingbird
    15. Muzzle of Bees
    16. One by One
    17. Airline to Heaven
    18. Radio Cure
    19. Ashes of American Flags
    20. Heavy Metal Drummer
    21. Poor Places
    22. Spiders (Kidsmoke)
    23. Comment
    24. Another Man's Done Gone (previously unreleased)
    25. How to Fight Loneliness (previously unreleased)
    26. Theologians (previously unreleased)

    27. Kamera (previously unreleased))
    28. Just a Kid (previously unreleased)
    29. Outtasite (Outta Mind) (previously unreleased)
    30. I'm a Wheel (previously unreleased)
    Wilco
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