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~~ 2014 ~~ OUT AMONG THE STARS [posthumous; recordings from early-mid 80s]
Out among the stars
Baby ride easy
She used to love me a lot
After all
I’m movin’ on
If I told you who it was
Call your mother
I drove her out of my mind
Tennessee
Rock and roll shoes
Don’t you think it’s come our time
I came to believe
She used to love me a lot [JC/EC version]


~~ 2010 ~~ AMERICAN VI: AIN’T NO GRAVE (posthumous)
Ain’t no grave (gonna hold this body down)
Redemption day
For the good times
I Corinthians
Can’t help but wonder where I’m bound
A satisfied mind
I don’t hurt anymore
Cool water
Last night I had the strangest dream
Aloha oe


~~ 2006 ~~ AMERICAN V: A HUNDRED HIGHWAYS (posthumous; final recordings)
Help me
God’s gonna cut you down
Like the 309
If you could read my mind
Further on up the road
On the evening train
I came to believe
Love’s been good to me
A legend in my time
Rose of my heart
Four strong winds
I’m free from the chain gang

~~ 2002 ~~ AMERICAN IV: THE MAN COMES AROUND
The man comes around
Hurt
Give my love to Rose
Bridge over troubled water
I hung my head
The first time ever I saw your face
Personal Jesus
In my life
Sam Hall
Danny boy
Desperado
I’m so lonesome I could cry (duet with Nick Cave)
Tear stained letter
Streets of Laredo
We’ll meet again


~~ 2000 ~~ AMERICAN III: SOLITARY MAN
I won’t back down
Solitary man
That lucky old sun (just rolls around heaven all day)
One
Nobody
I see a darkness
The mercy seat
Would you lay with me (in a field of stone)
Field of diamonds
Before my time
Country trash
Mary of the wild moor
I’m leavin’ now
Wayfaring stranger


~~ 1998 ~~ VH1 STORYTELLERS (JOHNNY CASH & WILLIE NELSON live)
(Ghost) Riders in the sky
Worried man
Family bible
Don’t take your guns to town
Funny how time slips away
Flesh and blood
Crazy
Unchained
Night life
Drive on
Me and Paul
I still miss someone
Always on my mind
Folsom prison blues
On the road again


~~ 1996 ~~ UNCHAINED
Rowboat
Sea of heartbreak
Rusty cage
The one rose (that’s left in my heart)
Country boy
Memories are made of this
Spiritual
Kneeling drunkard’s plea
Southern accents
Mean eyed cat
Meet me in Heaven
I never picked cotton
Unchained
I’ve been elsewhere


~~ 1994 ~~ AMERICAN RECORDINGS
Delia’s gone
Let the train blow the whistle
The beast in me
Drive on
Why me Lord
Thirteen [edit] Oh, bury me not (introduction: A cowboy’s prayer)
Bird on a wire
Tennessee stud [live] Down there by the train
Redemption
Like a soldier
The man who couldn’t cry [live]

~~ 1991 ~~ COUNTRY CHRISTMAS (festive)
Blue Christmas
Silent night
Figgy pudding
Here was a man
Joy to the world
O little town of Bethlehem
What child is this?
The first noel
Away in a manger
O Christmas tree
O come all ye faithful
It came upon the midnight clear
Hark! the herald angels sing


~~ 1991 ~~ THE MYSTERY OF LIFE
The greatest cowboy of them all
I’m an easy rider
The mystery of life
Hey porter
Beans for breakfast
Goin’ by the book
Wanted man
I’ll go somewhere and sing my songs again [with Tom T. Hall] The hobo song
Angel and the badman
[cd re-mast.Feb03 +=] The wanderer

~~ 1990 ~~ HIGHWAYMAN 2 (HIGHWAYMAN)
Silver stallion
Born and raised in black and white
Two stories wide
We’re all in your corner
American remains
Anthem ‘84
Angels love bad men
Songs that make a difference
Living legend
Texas

~~ 1990 ~~ BOOM CHICKA BOOM
A backstage pass
Cat’s in the cradle
Farmer’s almanac
Don’t go near the water
Family bible
Harley
I love you I love you
Hidden shame
Monteagle mountain
That’s one you owe me
Veteran’s day

~~ 1988 ~~ WATER FROM THE WELLS OF HOME
Ballad of a teenage queen – with Rosanne Cash and The Everly Brothers
As long as I live – with Emmylou Harris and Roy Acuff
Where did we go right – with June Carter Cash and The Carter Family
The last of the drifters – with Tom T. Hall
Call me the breeze – with John Carter Cash
That old wheel – with Hank Williams, Jr.
Sweeter than the flowers – with Waylon Jennings
A croft in Clachan (The ballad of Rob MacDunn) – with Glen Campbell
New moon over Jamaica – with Paul McCartney
Water from the wells of home – with John Carter Cash


~~ 1987 ~~ JOHNNY CASH IS COMING TO TOWN
The big light
Ballad of Barbara
I’d rather have you
Let him roll
The night Hank Williams came to town (with Waylon Jennings)
Sixteen tons
Letters from home
W. Lee O’Daniel and the Light Crust Doughboys
Heavy metal (don’t mean rock and roll to me)
My ship will sail


~~ 1986 ~~ HEROES (JOHNNY CASH & WAYLON JENNINGS)
Folks out on the road
I’m never gonna roam again
American by birth
Field of diamonds
Heroes
Even cowgirls get the blues
Love is the way
Ballad of forty dollars
I’ll always love you (in my own crazy way)
One too many mornings


~~ 1985 ~~ RAINBOW
I’m leaving now
Here comes that rainbow again
They’re all the same
Easy street
Have you ever seen the rain?
You beat all I ever saw
Unwed fathers
Love me like you used to
Casey’s last ride
Borderline


~~ 1985 ~~ HIGHWAYMAN
Highwayman
The last cowboy song
Jim, I wore a tie today
Big river
Committed to Parkview
Desperados waiting for the train
Deportee (plane wreck at Los Gatos)
Welfare line
Against the wind
The twentieth century is almost over


~~ 1983 ~~ JOHNNY 99
Highway patrolman
That’s the truth
God bless Robert E. Lee
New cut road
Johnny 99
Ballad of the ark
Joshua gone Barbados
Girl from the canyon
Brand new dance – with June Carter Cash
I’m ragged but I’m right


~~ 1982 ~~ THE ADVENTURES OF JOHNNY CASH
Georgia on a fast train
John’s
Fair weather friends
Paradise
We must believe in magic
Only love
Good old American guest
I’ll cross over Jordan
Sing a song
Ain’t gonna hobo no more


~~ 1982 ~~ THE SURVIVORS JOHNNY CASH, JERRY LEE LEWIS, CARL PERKINS live
Get rhythm
I forgot to remember to forget
Goin’ down the road feelin’ bad
That silver haired daddy of mine
Matchbox
I’ll fly away
Whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on
Rockin’ my life away
Blue suede shoes
Peace in the valley
Will the circle be unbroken
I saw the light


~~ 1981 ~~ THE BARON
The baron
Mobile bay
The hard way
A ceiling, four walls, and a floor
Hey, hey train!
The reverend Mr. Black – Lonesome valley medley
The blues keep getting bluer
Chattanooga city limit sign
Thanks to you
The greatest love affair

~~ 1980 ~~ CLASSIC CHRISTMAS
Joy to the world
Away in a manger
O little town of Bethlehem
Silent night
It came upon a midnight clear
Hark! the herald angels sing
I heard the bells on Christmas day
O come all ye faithful
Little gray donkey
The Christmas guest


~~ 1980 ~~ ROCKABILLY BLUES
Cold lonesome morning
Without love
W-O-M-A-N
The cowboy who started the fight
The twentieth century is almost over
Rockabilly blues (Texas 1955)
The last time
She’s a go-er
It ain’t nothing new babe
One way rider – with June Carter Cash

~~ 1979 ~~ A BELIEVER SINGS THE TRUTH
Wings in the morning
Gospel boogie (a wonderful time up there)
Over the next hill
He’s alive
I’ve got Jesus in my soul
When he comes
I was there when it happened (so I guess I ought to know)
I’m a newborn man
There are strange things happening every day
Children go where I send thee
(I’m just an) Old chunk of coal (but I’ll be a diamond someday)
Lay me down in Dixie
Don’t take everybody for your friend
You’ll get yours, I’ll get mine
O come angel band
This train is bound for glory
I’m gonna try to be that way
What on Earth (will you do for Heaven’s sake)
That’s enough
The greatest cowboy of them all


~~ 1979 ~~ SILVER
The L&N don’t stop here anymore
Lonesome to the bone
Bull rider
I’ll say it’s true – with George Jones
(Ghost) Riders in the sky
Cocaine blues
Muddy waters
West Canterbury subdivision blues
Lately I been leanin’ toward the blues
I’m gonna sit on the porch and pick my old guitar
[cd re-mast.2002 +=] I still miss someone – with George Jones
I got stripes – with George Jones


~~ 1978 ~~ GONE GIRL
Gone girl
I will rock and roll with you
The diplomat
No expectations
It comes and goes
It’ll be her
The gambler
Cajun born
You and me – with June Carter Cash
Song for the life


~~ 1978 ~~ I WOULD LIKE TO SEE YOU AGAIN
I would like to see you again
Lately
I wish I was crazy again with Waylon Jennings
Who’s Gene Autry?
Hurt so bad
I don’t think I could take you back again
Abner Brown
After taxes
There ain’t no good chain gang with Waylon Jennings
That’s the way it is
I’m alright now


~~ 1977 ~~ THE RAMBLER (w/ dialogue)
Hit the road and go
If it wasn’t for the Wabash river
Lady
After the ball
No earthly good
A Wednesday car
My cowboy’s last ride
Calilou


~~ 1977 ~~ THE LAST GUNFIGHTER BALLAD
I will dance with you
The last gunfighter ballad
Far side banks of Jordan with June Carter Cash
Ridin’ on the cotton belt
Give it away
You’re so close to me
City jail
Cindy I love you
Ballad of Barbara
That silver-haired daddy of mine with Tommy Cash


~~ 1976 ~~ ONE PIECE AT A TIME
Let there be country
One piece at a time
In a young girl’s mind
Mountain lady
Michigan city howdy do
Sold out of flag poles
Committed to Parkview
Daughter of a railroad man
Love has lost again
Go on blues


~~ 1976 ~~ STRAWBERRY CAKE (live at the London Palladium; w/ dialogue)
Big river
Doin’ my time
I still miss someone
I got stripes
The church in the wildwood – Lonesone valley
Strawberry cake
Rock Island Line
Navajo
Destination Victoria Station
The fourth man


~~ 1975 ~~ LOOK AT THEM BEANS
Texas-1947
What have you got planned tonight, Diana
Look at them beans
No charge
I hardly ever sing beer drinking songs
Down the road I go
I never met a man like you before
All round cowboy
Gone
Down at Drippin’ Springs


~~ 1975 ~~ JOHN R. CASH
My old Kentucky home (turpentine and dandelion wine)
Hard times comin’
The lady came from Baltimore
Lonesome to the bone
The night they drove old Dixie down
Clean your own tables
Jesus was our saviour and cotton was our king
Reason to believe
Cocaine Carolina – with David Allan Coe
Smokey factory blues


~~ 1974 ~~ THE JUNKIE AND THE JUICEHEAD MINUS ME
The junkie and the juicehead, minus me
Don’t take your guns to town
Broken freedom song – by Rosanne Cash
I do believe
Ole slew foot – with June Carter Cash and family
Keep on the sunny side – with June Carter Cash and family
Father and daughter (Father and son) – [with Rosie Nix Adams
Crystal chandeliers and burgundy
Friendly gates – by Carlene Carter
Billy and Rex and Oral and Bob
Jesus – with June Carter Cash
Lay back with my woman


~~ 1974 ~~ RAGGED OLD FLAG
Ragged old flag
Don’t go near the water
All I do is drive
Southern comfort
King of the hill
Pie in the sky
Lonesome to the bone
While I’ve got it on my mind
Good morning, friend
I’m a worried man
Please don’t let me out
What on Earth will you do (for Heaven’s sake)


~~ 1973 ~~ JOHNNY CASH AND HIS WOMAN
The color of love
Saturday night in Hickman County
Allegheny
Life has its little ups and downs
Matthew 24 (is knocking at the door)
The city of New Orleans
Tony
The pine tree
We’re for love
Godshine


~~ 1973 ~~ ANY OLD WIND THAT BLOWS
Any old wind that blows
Kentucky straight
The loving gift- with June Carter Cash
The good earth
Best friend
Oney
Ballad of Annie Palmer
Too little too late
If I had a hammer- with June Carter Cash
Country trash
Welcome back Jesus


~~ 1972 ~~ THE JOHNNY CASH FAMILY CHRISTMAS
(opening)
King of love
Jingle bells
That Christmasy feeling
My merry Christmas song
Merry Christmas Mary
Christmas time’s a-comin’
Christmas with you
Christmas as I knew it
When you’re twenty-one
An old fashioned tree
Silent night


~~ 1972 ~~ AMERICA: A 200-YEAR SALUTE IN STORY AND SONG
(opening dialogue)
Paul Revere
Begin west movement
The road to Kaintuck
To the shining mountains
The battle of New Orleans
Southwestward
Remember the Alamo
Opening the west
Lorena
The Gettysburg address
The west
Big Foot
Like a young colt
Mister Garfield
A proud land
The big battle
On wheels and wings
Come take a trip in my airship
Reaching for the stars
These are my people


~~ 1972 ~~ A THING CALLED LOVE
Kate
Melva’s wine
A thing called love
I promise you
Papa was a good man
Tear stained letter
Mississippi sand
Daddy
Arkansas lovin’ man
The miracle man


~~ 1971 ~~ MAN IN BLACK
The preacher said Jesus said
Orphan of the road
You’ve got a new light shining in your eyes
If not for love
Man in black
Singin’ in Vietnam talkin’ blues
Ned Kelly
Look for me
Dear Mrs.
I talk to Jesus every day


~~ 1971 ~~ LITTLE FAUSS AND BIG HALSY (soundtrack)
Rollin’ free
Ballad of Little Fauss and Big Halsy
Ballad of Little Fauss and Big Halsy -instrumental
706 union
Little man
Little man – instrumental
Wanted man
Rollin’ free – instrumental
True love is greater than friendship
Movin’
[cd re-mast.1999 +=] Little man – instrumental
True love is greater than friendship – instrumental
Movin’ – instrumental


~~ 1970 ~~ I WALK THE LINE (soundtrack)
Flesh and blood
I walk the line (abbreviated version)
Hungry
This town
This side of the law
Flesh and blood (instrumental)
‘Cause I love you
‘Cause I love you (instrumental)
Face of despair
Standing on the promises – Amazing grace
[cd re-mast.1999 +=] ‘Cause I love you (string instrumental)
Amazing Grace


~~ 1970 ~~ THE JOHNNY CASH SHOW (live)
Sunday mornin’ comin’ down
Come along and ride this train: Six days on the road
There ain’t no easy run
Sailor on a concrete sea
These hands
I’m gonna try to be that way
Come along and ride this train: Mississippi Delta land
Detroit City
Uncloudy day
No setting sun
Mississippi Delta land
Here was a man


~~ 1970 ~~ HELLO, I’M JOHNNY CASH
Southwind
Devil to pay
‘Cause I love you
See Ruby fall
Route No.1, Box 144
Sing a traveling song
If I were a carpenter
To beat the Devil
Blistered
Wrinkled crinkled wadded dollar bill
I’ve got a thing about trains
Jesus was a carpenter

~~ 1969 ~~ AT SAN QUENTIN (live at the state prison, February 24, 1969)
(cd re-mast.2000)
Big river
I still miss someone
Wreck of the old 97
I walk the line
Darlin’ companion
I don’t know where I’m bound
Starkville city jail
San Quentin
San Quentin
Wanted man
A boy named Sue
(There’ll be) Peace in the valley
Folsom Prison blues
Ring of fire
He turned the water into wine
Daddy sang bass
The old account was settled long ago
Closing medley: Folsom Prison blues – I walk the line – Ring of fire – The rebel… Johnny Yuma


~~ 1969 ~~ THE HOLY LAND
Prologue
Land of Israel
A mother’s love [narrative] This is Nazareth
Nazarene
Town of Cana [narrative] He turned water into wine
My wife June at the sea of Galilee [narrative] Beautiful words [narrative] Our guide Jacob at Mount Tabor
The ten commandments
Daddy sang bass
At the Wailing Wall [narrative] Come to the Wailing Wall [narrative] In Bethlehem [narrative] In the garden of Gethsemane [narrative] The fourth man
On the Via Dolorosa [narrative] Church of the holy Sepulchre [narrative] At Calvary [narrative] God is not dead

~~ 1968 ~~ AT FOLSOM PRISON (live at the State prison on January 13, 1968)
Folsom Prison blues
Busted (not on original LP)
Dark as a dungeon
I still miss someone
Cocaine blues
25 minutes to go
Orange blossom special
The long black veil
Send a picture of mother
The wall
Dirty old egg-suckin’ dog
Flushed from the bathroom of your heart
Joe Bean [not on original LP] Jackson [with June Carter] Give my love to Rose [with June Carter] I got stripes
The legend of John Henry’s hammer [not on original LP] Green, green grass of home
Greystone chapel


~~ 1968 ~~ FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA
From sea to shining sea
The whirl and the suck
Call daddy from the mines
The frozen four hundred pound fair to middlin’ cotton picker
The walls of a prison
The masterpiece
You and Tennessee
Another song to sing
The flint arrowhead
Cisco Clifton’s filling station
Shrimpin’ sailin’
From sea to shining sea (finale)


~~ 1967 ~~ CARRYIN’ ON WITH JOHNNY CASH & JUNE CARTER
Long legged guitar pickin’ man
Shantytown
It ain’t me, babe
Fast boat to Sydney
Pack up your sorrows
I got a woman
Jackson
Oh, what a good thing we had
You’ll be all right
No no no
What’d I say
[cd-iss.2002 +=] The wind changes
From sea to shining sea


~~ 1966 ~~ HAPPINESS IS YOU
Happiness is you
Guess things happen that way
Ancient history
You comb her hair
She came from the mountains
For lovin’ me
No one will ever know
Is this my destiny?
A wound time can’t erase
Happy to be with you
Wabash cannonball


~~ 1966 ~~ EVERYBODY LOVES A NUT
Everybody loves a nut
The one on the right is on the left
A cup of coffee
The bug that tried to crawl around the world
The singing star’s queen
Austin Prison
Dirty old egg sucking dog
Take me home
Please don’t play Red River Valley
Boa constrictor
Joe Bean


~~ 1965 ~~ ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL
Orange blossom special
The long black veil
It ain’t me babe
The wall
Don’t think twice, it’s all right
You wild Colorado
Mama, you’ve been on my mind
When it’s springtime in Alaska (it’s forty below)
All of God’s children ain’t free
Danny boy
Wildwood flower
Amen
[cd re-mast.2002 +=] Engine 143
(I’m proud) The baby is mine
Mama, you’ve been on my mind


~~ 1964 ~~ BITTER TEARS: BALLADS OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN
As long as the grass shall grow
Apache tears
Custer
The talking leaves
The ballad of Ira Hayes
Drums
White girl
The vanishing race


~~ 1964 ~~ I WALK THE LINE (fresh versions of old recordings)
I walk the line
Bad news
Folsom Prison blues
Give my love to Rose
Hey Porter
I still miss someone
Understand your man
Wreck of the old ‘97
Still in town
Big river
Goodbye, little darlin’ goodbye
Troublesome waters


~~ 1963 ~~ THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
The Christmas spirit
I heard the bells on Christmas day
Blue Christmas
The gifts they gave
Here was a man
Christmas as I knew it
Silent night
The little drummer boy
Ringing the bells for Jim
We are the shepherds
Who kept the sheep
Ballad of the harp weaver


~~ 1963 ~~ BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS
The legend of John Henry’s hammer
Tell him I’m gone
Another man done gone
Busted
Casey Jones
Nine pound hammer
Chain gang
Waiting for a train
Roughneck


~~ 1962 ~~ THE SOUND OF JOHNNY CASH
Lost on the desert
Accidentally on purpose
In the jailhouse now
Mr. Lonesome
You won’t have far to go
In them old cottonfields back home
Delia’s gone
I forgot more than you’ll ever know
You remembered me
I’m free from the chain gang now
Let me down easy
Sing it pretty, Sue


~~ 1962 ~~ HYMNS FROM THE HEART (gospel recordings early-spring 1961)
He’ll understand and say well done
God must have my fortune laid away
When I’ve learned enough to die
I got shoes
Let the lower lights be burning
If we never meet again
When I take my vacation in Heaven
When he reached down his hand for me
Taller than trees
I won’t have to cross Jordan alone
My God is real (yes, God is real)
These hands


~~ 1960 ~~ NOW, THERE WAS A SONG!
Seasons of my heart
I feel better all over
I couldn’t keep from crying
Time changes everything
My shoes keep walking back to you
I’d just be a fool enough (to fall)
Transfusion blues
Why do you punish me (for loving you)
I will miss you when you go
I’m so lonesome I could cry
Just one more
Honky tonk girl


~~ 1960 ~~ RIDE THIS TRAIN
Loading coal
Slow rider
Lumberjack
Dorraine of Ponchartrain
Going to Memphis
When papa played the dobro
Boss Jack
Old Doc Brown
[cd re-mast.2002 +=] The fable of Willie Brown
Second honeymoon
Ballad of the harp weaver
Smiling Bill McCall


~~ 1959 ~~ SONGS OF OUR SOIL
Drink to me
Five feet high and rising
The man on the hill
Hank and Joe and me
Clementine
Great speckled bird
I want to go home
The caretaker
Old Apache squaw
Don’t step on mother’s roses
My grandfather’s clock
It could be you (instead of him)


~~ 1959 ~~ HYMNS BY JOHNNY CASH
It was Jesus
I saw a man
Are all the children in
The old account
Lead me gently home
Swing low, sweet chariot
Snow in his hair
Lead me father
I call him
These things shall pass
He’ll be a friend
God will
[cd re-mast.2002 +=] It was Jesus


~~ 1958 ~~ THE FABULOUS JOHNNY CASH
Run softly, blue river
Frankie’s man, Johnny
That’s all over
The troubadour
One more ride
That’s enough
I still miss someone
Don’t take your guns to town
I’d rather die young
Pickin’ time
Shepherd of my heart
Suppertime
[cd re-mast.2002 +=] Oh, what a dream
Mama’s baby
Fool’s hall of fame
I’ll remember you
Cold shoulder
Walking the blues


~~ 1958 ~~ Sings: THE SONGS THAT MADE HIM FAMOUS
Ballad of a teen-age queen
There you go
I walk the line
Don’t make me go
Guess things happen that way
Train of love
The ways of a woman in love
Next in line
You’re the nearest thing to heaven
I can’t help it
Home of the blues
Big river
[cd re-mast.2003 +=] [versions]:-
Don’t make me go
The ways of a woman in love
Ballad of a teenage queen
Guess things happen that way


~~ 1957 ~~ WITH HIS HOT & BLUE GUITAR
The rock island line
I heard that lonesome whistle
Country boy
If the good Lord’s willing
Cry, cry, cry
Remember me
So doggone lonesome
I was there when it happened
I walk the line
The wreck of old ‘97
Folsom Prison blues
Doin’ my time
[cd re-mast.2003 +=] Hey Porter!
Get rhythm
I was there when it happened [alt.] Folsom Prison blues [alt.] I walk the line [alt.]

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