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Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Johnny Cash - With His Hot And Blue Guitar [1957]

Down the Rock Island Line she's a mighty good road
Rock Island Line it's a road to ride
Rock Island Line it's a mighty good road
Well if you ride you got to ride it like you finally get your ticket 
At the station for the Rock Island Line

This is the most well know country man (at least that's the perception I have) and this is his first release. A classic, "Folsom Prision Blues", "Cry!Cry!Cry" and "I Walk the Line" are widely know country songs and they are great songs, But my favourite here is the opener "Rock Island Line" and that songs represents everything Cash music was at the time: a steady rhythm section extremely simple but effective (to some similar to the sound of a train), a electric and a acoustic guitar playing a few chords per song, all standard, simple but awesome. 
The best classic country there is here. 


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