English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 Português (Brasil) Русский. Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two – Story Songs Of The Trains And Rivers.
The Johnny Cash albums discography chronicles the output of one of the most prolific recorded music artists of all time, singer Johnny Cash. His lengthy career, spanning 1954 to 2003, included the release of 96 albums on several record labels. Over the years, Cash also collaborated with many of the industry's most notable artists, and received many awards and accolades from different organizations. The song is dedicated to Cash on the album and on their "Twisted Logic Tour" where they also perform "Ring of Fire. Story Songs of the Trains and Rivers.
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Ian Crouch writes about Johnny Cash’s extensive repertoire of songs about trains and a 1974 documentary Ridin’ the Rails, in which Cash tells stories and sings songs about the glory days of the American railroad. Johnny Cash sang about trains from the start. His first record for Sam Phillips at Sun Records was Hey Porter, in 1955, a song Cash wrote about a train headed south. We’ve yet to run out of material: Cash released three train-themed albums in the sixties alone- Ride This Train, All Aboard the Blue Train, and the compilation album Story Songs of the Trains and Rivers. Someday, my son may appreciate the master class in phraseology in Let the Train Blow the Whistle, from 1994- Let her blow, let her blow, long and loud and hard and happy, let her blow -but, for now, he digs the way the acoustic guitar ticks along.
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Album: I Walk The Line (1964). Artists: Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash & the Tennessee Two, The Tennessee Two. Genre: Country. Two feet high and risin' How high's the water, papa? Two feet high and risin'. We can make it to the road in a homemade boat That's the only thing we got left that'll float It's already over all the wheat and the oats, Two feet high and risin'. How high's the water, mama? Three feet high and risin' How high's the water, papa? Three feet high and risin'. Well, the hives are gone, I've lost my bees The chickens are sleepin' in the willow trees Cow's in water up past her knees, Three feet high and risin'
All songs by Johnny Cash The Tennessee Two can be download here. Big River (1958) Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two. Hey, Porter (1957) Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two.