Category: Rock

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    1. Taukasa

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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dressed In Black - A Tribute To Johnny Cash on Discogs.
    2. Tarisar

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      Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for I Walk the Line: Tribute to Johnny Cash - J.C.P. on AllMusic -
    3. Meztikree

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      Jan 17,  · Johnny Cash was a ledgend in his own time. And now ~Walk The Line Band~ enters the stage, performing songs of "The Man In Black" that bring back those special memories of the past. ~Walk The Line Band~ plays a show that can't be missed and won't soon be forgotten. Over 2- 1/2 hours of Johnny's songs are pulled out, from his early years to his latest and final recordings.
    4. Kit

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      The special concert and 80th-birthday tribute, We Walk the Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash, featured an all-star list of talent not only celebrating the life and legacy of Johnny Cash, but also paying tribute to Cash, his music, his roots and his heritage.4/5(35).
    5. Maulkree

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      Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Johnny's Blues: A Tribute to Johnny Cash - Various Artists on AllMusic - - Effectively honoring an amazing song from an 5/
    6. Vudobar

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      Many of these songs have become American classics--"I Walk the Line," "Get Rhythm," and "Folsom Prison Blues" being three instantly recognizable numbers. "Luther Played the Boogie" pays tribute to Luther Perkins, who was part of Cash's first band and instrumental in shaping his combo sound (Perkins perished in a fire less than a decade after.
    7. Kazrajar

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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of I Walk The Line (An All-Star Tribute To Johnny Cash) on Discogs.3/5(1).
    8. Tygolrajas

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      This CD is a great listen for Johnny Cash fan's that love the blues. Most of the tracks are enjoyable and hit the historic value with blue notes. Exception being Harry Manx version of LONG BLACK VEIL it is not recognisable to the original; mixing Indian music with blues doesn't work/5(8).

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