Thursday, October 05, 2006

Johnny Cash - All Aboard The Blue Train (Expanded With Bonus Tracks)

WooHoo!! Another Johnny Cash album for you children. I share the things I love the most. Well, music at least. This album all by it's lonesome is prime cuts of the man Cash but the expanded is even better. "Blue Train', "There You Go', '(I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle' and 'Hey Porter' are all essentials when speaking of the man and his most wonderful music. May he rest in peace. Artist Direct gives us this extra nugget-

"Originally released in 1962 on Sun, this reissue contains six bonus tracks of demos and alternate versions. Notable among these is a jerky demo for "Leave That Junk Alone" (advice that could have served Johnny well in the upcoming years) and an undubbed version of the bizarro "You're My Baby (Little Woolly Booger)," which gives a glimpse into the Man in Black's oddball sense of humor. The real highlights are the cover of Hank Williams' "(I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle" and the blistering "Hey Porter," possibly his best train story-song. ~ Zac Johnson, All Music Guide"

1 Blue Train (2:03)
2 There You Go (2:19)
3 Train of Love (2:24)
4 Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye (2:15)
5 (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle (2:26)
6 Come in Stranger (1:43)
7 Rock Island Line (2:13)
8 Give My Love to Rose (2:46)
9 Hey Porter (2:15)
10 Folsom Prison Blues (2:51)
11 Wreck of the Old '97 (1:48)
12 So Doggone Lonesome (2:44)
13 Train of Love (*) (2:38)
14 Give My Love to Rose (*) (2:54)
15 Hey Porter (*) (2:13)
16 Leave That Junk Alone (*) (1:31)
17 You're My Baby (Little Woolly Booger) (*) (1:31)
18 Brakeman's Blues (*) (1:18)

Hope you like Johnny - becasue I gotta lot more!

Even Johnny knows where the link is located....


DaddyRich said...

hans said...

See here, little one... it isn't nice to steal... AND I KNOW YOU ARE THE ONE WHO BROKE INTO MY HOME AND TOOK THIS RECORD!!! Now you must delete your own share of it or you will be banned forever.

Anonymous said...

Terrific post! Johnny Cash the Arkansas Loving Man! You can really dig where he was coming from on this album. He put all kinds of imagery and emotions into his music!

Thanks for a terrific post and keep them coming from Mr Cash!

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for the share. I'm a recent Johnny Cash convert (a few decades late, I know) and I'm looking forward to hearing this one in a few minutes.

Paul E & Dr Law said...

Hi Daddy,
according to your post in funkylandia, check the 'funk sorcerer' entry, of september archives. The album is trombipulation, and links are ok.
Hope you'll like it.

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Anonymous said...

Hi Daddyrich.... thanks for the JC cd, it really nice...

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