Friday, August 27, 2021

Johnny Cash [RIP] - Discography - 320kbps Bitrate

Johnny Cash - Discography 


Johnny Cash was one of the most imposing and influential figures in post-World War II country music. With his deep, resonant baritone and spare percussive guitar, he had a basic, distinctive sound. Cash didn't sound like Nashville, nor did he sound like honky tonk or rock & roll. He created his own subgenre, falling halfway between the blunt emotional honesty of folk, the rebelliousness of rock & roll, and the world-weariness of country. Cash's career coincided with the birth of rock & roll, and his rebellious attitude and simple, direct musical attack shared a lot of similarities with rock. However, there was a deep sense of history -- as he would later illustrate with his series of historical albums -- that kept him forever tied with country. And he was one of country music's biggest stars of the '50s and '60s, scoring well over 100 hit singles.

Cash, whose birth name was J.R. Cash, was born and raised in Arkansas, moving to Dyess when he was three. By the time he was 12 years old, he had begun writing his own songs. He was inspired by the country songs he had heard on the radio. While he was in high school, he sang on the Arkansas radio station KLCN. Cash graduated from high school in 1950, moving to Detroit to work in an auto factory for a brief while. With the outbreak of the Korean War, he enlisted in the Air Force. While he was in the Air Force, Cash bought his first guitar and taught himself to play. He began writing songs in earnest, including "Folsom Prison Blues." Cash left the Air Force in 1954, married a Texas woman named Vivian Leberto, and moved to Memphis, where he took a radio announcing course at a broadcasting school on the GI Bill. During the evenings, he played country music in a trio that also consisted of guitarist Luther Perkins and bassist Marshall Grant. The trio occasionally played for free on a local radio station, KWEM, and tried to secure gigs and an audition at Sun Records.













































1970 - Johnny Cash The Legend

































































1991 - Come Along And Ride This Train



1991 - The Man In Black 1959 -1962




1992 - The Essential Johnny Cash 1953 - 1983





1995 - The Man In Black 1963 - 1969
CD01 - CD02 - CD03 - CD04 - CD05 - CD06


2000 - Love God and Murder Love - God - Murder



2002 - Johnny Cash And Friends
CD01 - CD02 - CD03



2005 - The Complete Sun Recordings, 1955-1958 CD01 - CD02 - CD03
2005 - The Legend CD01 - CD02 - CD03 - CD04


22 comments:

Marty said...

G'day Ozzieguy, looks a great collection of Johnny Cash. The link goes to a megafile with the Come along and Ride This Train 4CD collection (great stuff!). Is there another link for the other albums? Thanks mate...

Ozzieguy said...

Hi Marty,
I will renew it once again.
Also, I hope that you are doing well mate.

Marty said...

Thanks mate. All good except we're back in in lockdown again in regional VIC for next 2 weeks. So more time to catch up on some cool music!

Ozzieguy said...

All good mate, you stay safe buddy and enjoy music as we both do.
Is your blog still up and running?
Best Wishes Always Marty.
Ozzieguy

Marty said...

The blog is still up. Will be adding some new posts soon. Stay tuned..https://thisjukeboxrocks.blogspot.com/

Ozzieguy said...

Marty, I am re-ripping my JC albums again because the others got deleted.
Thanks for your messages mate.

Marty said...

Thanks for re-uploading the JC collection OzzieGuy. This will keep me busy for a while..cheers mate!

Ozzieguy said...

Thanks Marty, it was a huge job again but at least the Discography that I have is again shared.
Stay well my friend and stay safe.
Best Wishes
Ozzieguy

musicyoucan said...

Thanks a lot for this outstanding post on Johnny Cash albums
Regards

Ozzieguy said...

Very welcome musicyoucan, I own every one of these albums of this great artist. He was such a great person.

Chocoreve said...

When I thought I had everything I discover something to add to the collection. Many thanks Ozzieguy !

howstean said...

At least two of the Cash zip files don't contain the albums shown by the covers.
1971 - Johnny Cash The Man, His World, His Music - contains CBS material not the Sun material; and 1971 - The Johnny Cash Collection Greatest Hits Volume II - contains Sun tracks not the Columbia material. I'm trying to compile a full collection of his albums from various sources, including this site. So far I'm up to 1971, with 55 albums.

rockindoc said...

Many thanks ....

Aussie said...

hi thank you so much for johnny Cash

Ozzieguy said...

Hi Aussie
All good mate, are you doing okay there in Qld?

roosen jp said...

unbelievable collection/unbelievable thanks

jp from the flanders

Ozzieguy said...

Hello roosen
Many thanks.
Ozzieguy

GoodMD said...

Thank You so very much for sharing your amazing Johnny Cash collection. Truly enhanced my collection and will offer weeks of new musical listening and continual enjoyment for years to come. Thank You so very much.

Ozzieguy said...

Hi GoodMD,
I still listen to Johnny a lot and am so glad that I have a great collection of his fantastic music.

Gil velho punk aqualung said...

Nada vem de graça, nem o pão e nem a cachaça. Já dizia Jeca Baleiro. Mas gratidão é importante. E eu sou grato por vc disponibilizar essas pérolas desse monstro chamado johnny Cash. Vida longa ao seu Blog e Long live Rock 'n' Roll, suas vertentes e toda boa música.

Ozzieguy said...

Thank you Gil velho punk aqualung

ro said...

Anyone have the 2003 re-issue on Varèse Sarabande of "All Aboard the Blue Train with Johnny Cash" with bonus tracks?

Thanks in advance...