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Johnny Cash And Tennessee Two - So Doggone Lonesome / Folsom Prison Blues Album

Johnny Cash And Tennessee Two - So Doggone Lonesome / Folsom Prison Blues Album
Performer: Johnny Cash And Tennessee Two
Title: So Doggone Lonesome / Folsom Prison Blues
Country: US
Style:Country, Rockabilly
Released: 1970
Catalog number: SUN 3
Label: Sun
MP3 album szie: 1875 mb
FLAC album size: 1001 mb

Tracklist

1Folsom Prison Blues
Written-By – Johnny Cash
2:47
2So Doggone Lonesome
Written-By – Johnny Cash
2:33

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
232Johnny Cash And The Tennessee Two So Doggone Lonesome / Folsom Prison Blues ‎(Shellac, 10")Sun 232US1955
232Johnny Cash And The Tennessee Two So Doggone Lonesome / Folsom Prison Blues ‎(7", Single)Sun 232US1955
Sun-3Johnny Cash And Tennessee Two So Doggone Lonesome / Folsom Prison Blues ‎(7", Single, RE)Sun Sun-3USUnknown
232Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two So Doggone Lonesome / Folsome Prison Blues ‎(7")Sun 232US1955
232Johnny Cash And Tennessee Two Folsom Prison Blues / So Doggone Lonesome ‎(7", Single)Sun 232US1955

Credits

  • Written-ByCash

Notes

Alternate label design

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A side on label): 7-53 SK 46
  • Matrix / Runout (B side on label): 7-53 SK 46

Short intro

So Doggone Lonesome - Johnny Cash, The Tennessee Two. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash. Folsom Prison Blues is a song written in 1953 and first recorded in 1955 by American singer-songwriter Johnny Cash. The song combines elements from two popular folk styles, the train song and the prison song, both of which Cash continued to use for the rest of his career. It was one of Cash's signature songs. It was the eleventh track on his debut album With His Hot and Blue Guitar and it was also included same version on All Aboard the Blue Train. A live version, recorded among inmates at Folsom. Текст песни: I hear the train a comin' it's rollin' 'round the bend, And I ain't seen the sunshine since I don't know when. I'm stuck at Folsom Prison and time keeps draggin' on. But that train keeps rollin& Cash - So Doggone Lonesome 1955. Folsom Prison Blues. Johnny Cash. Produced by Sam Phillips, Bob Irwin & Bob Johnston. Album Johnny Cash With His Hot and Blue Guitar. Folsom Prison Blues Lyrics. Cash wrote Folsom Prison Blues while stationed in Germany with the Air Force in 1952. He said he he was inspired by a crime drama that was played for the troops on base called Inside The Walls of Folsom Prison. It was a violent movie, remembered Cash. And I just wanted to write a song that would tell what I thought it would be like in prison. German poster for the film. So Doggone Lonesome. I Was There When It Happened. I Walk The Line. Текст песни: I do my best to hide this lowdown feelin' I try to make believe theres nothing wrong But theyre always asking me about you darling And it hurts me so to tell 'em that youre Doggone Lonesome Single December 15, 1955. Other release. Johnny Cash with His Hot and Blue Guitar Album October 1957. Live version on Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison and again on Johnny Cash at San Quentin. Request a synchronization license. An adaptation is a musical work, which uses elements music or lyrics from another musical work. The Conductor written by Gordon Jenkins English January 1954. Folsom Prison Blues written by Johnny Cash English 1954. Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two - Folsom Prison Blues I hear the train a comin' it's rollin 'round the bend And I a'int seen the sunshine since I don't know when I'm stuck in Folsom Prison, and time keeps draggin' on But that train keeps a movin' on down to-San-An-Tone When I was just a baby my mame told me, Son. I'm stuck in Folsom Prison, and time keeps draggin' on. But that train keeps a movin' on down to-San-An-Tone. When I was just a baby my mame told me, Son. Folsom Prison Blues was a 1 Country hit for four weeks and generated a great deal of interest in the rebellious Johnny Cash, who made prison reform his political cause of choice and started regularly performing in jails, doing about 12 shows a year - for free - mostly in Folsom and San Quentin. Said Cash: I don't see anything good come out of prison. This is the first song Cash performed at his show where Live From Folsom Prison was recorded. Bob Johnston, famous for his work with Bob Dylan, produced the album and arranged for the prison performance