I Walk the Line is the nineteenth studio album by singer and songwriter, Johnny Cash. It was released on Columbia Records in 1964 as LP Record & Audio Cassette. It was one of the early audio cassette album released in USA. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA in 1967. Johnny Cash - Vocals, Guitar. Luther Perkins - Lead Guitar. Norman Blake - Acoustic Guitar, Dobro. Bob Johnson, Jack Clement - Rhythm Guitar. Marshall Grant - Bass. Bill Pursell - Piano. Don Helms - Steel Guitar.
Harper Valley PTA. B2. –Jeannie C. Riley. The Back Side Of Dallas. B3. B4. There Never Was Time. B5. Johnny Cash With Jeannie C. Riley - I Walk The Line (LP, Comp). Longines Symphonette Society.
Album Johnny Cash With His Hot and Blue Guitar. I Walk The Line Lyrics. I keep a close watch on this heart of mine I keep my eyes wide open all the time I keep the ends out for the tie that binds Because you're mine, I walk the line. One of his most famous songs, I Walk the Line is Johnny Cash’s promise to remain faithful to his first wife, Vivian, while he is on the road. It seems a certain ring of fire interfered with this pledge. The song became Cash’s first Billboard hit. The single remained on the record charts for over 43 weeks, and sold over 2 million copies. I Walk the Line a song I’d always considered to be up there at the top, one of the most mysterious and revolutionary of all time, a song that makes an attack on your most vulnerable spots, sharp words from a master. I keep a close watch on this heart of mine.
On April 2, 1956, Johnny Cash's "I Walk The Line" hit No. 1 on the country music charts as the third single off of Cash's first album, Johnny Cash with His Hot and Blue Guitar. Sixty-two years later, the song is still on everyone's lips as one of the most recognizable tunes by the Man In Black. By taking a look at the track's history, we can see why and how it's earned its legacy. I Walk the Line" was the recorded at Sun Studios for Sun Records in Memphis, Tennessee . Audiences instinctively connected with Cash's unique track and vocals while musicians tried to put into words what was so special about Cash. It was different than anything else you had ever heard," Bob Dylan told Rolling Stone.
Walk the Line (оригинал Johnny Cash ). Стараюсь быть безупречным (перевод ). Я не спускаю с моей любимой глаз, I keep my eyes wide open all the time. Я не смыкаю глаз ни на секунду, I keep the ends out for the tie that binds. Я дорожу узами, что нас соединяю. ecause you're mine, I walk the line. Поскольку ты моя, я стараюсь быть безупречны. find it very, very easy to be true. For you I know I'd even try to turn the tide. Ради тебя, я знаю, что попытался бы даже переломить ситуацию. Because you're mine, I walk the line. Поскольку ты моя, я стараюсь быть безупречным. - также существуетсовременнаякавер-версия этой композиции в исполнении Laurent Wolf.
I Walk the Line è il diciottesimo album del cantante country Johnny Cash ed è il suo dodicesimo album ad essere stato pubblicato dalla Columbia Records, nel giugno 1964. Anche se il titolo potrebbe far pensare ad un "Greatest Hits", l'album è composto da materiale originale, seppur comprendente otto rifacimenti di brani già pubblicati precedentemente da Sun Records e Columbia
I Walk The Line" lyrics. Johnny Cash said in an interview with the Country Music Foundation, "I wrote the song backstage one night in 1956 in Gladewater, Texas. I was newly married at the time, and I suppose I was laying out my pledge of devotion. album: "At San Quentin" (1969). Wanted Man Wreck Of The Old '97 I Walk The Line Darlin' Companion Starkville City Jail San Quentin A Boy Named Sue Peace In The Valley Folsom Prison Blues Big River I Still Miss Someone I Don't Know Where I'm Bound Ring Of Fire[2000.
Earnest Autumnal Bittersweet Carefree Cheerful Cold Detached Earthy Energetic Freewheeling Fun Gritty Lively Plaintive Playful Reflective Restrained Rousing Somber Sparse Swaggering Wintry Bitter Boisterous Gloomy Hungry Melancholy Rambunctious Ramshackle Rowdy Sad Brooding Confident Organic Poignant Rollicking Sentimental Visceral Witty Spiritual Aggressive Humorous Rebellious Fiery. Many of these songs have become American classics-"I Walk the Line," "Get Rhythm," and "Folsom Prison Blues" being three instantly recognizable numbers.
|A1||–Johnny Cash||Folsom Prison Blues|
|A2||–Johnny Cash||I Walk The Line|
|A3||–Johnny Cash||Get Rhythm|
|A4||–Johnny Cash||Cry, Cry, Cry|
|A5||–Johnny Cash||The Wreck Of The Old 97|
|B1||–Jeannie C. Riley||Harper Valley PTA|
|B2||–Jeannie C. Riley||The Back Side Of Dallas|
|B3||–Jeannie C. Riley||The Girl Most Like|
|B4||–Jeannie C. Riley||There Never Was Time|
|B5||–Jeannie C. Riley||Shed Me No Tears|
- Manufactured By – Quality Records Limited
NotesJohny Cash On Side 1.
Jeannie C. Riley On Side 2.
Manufactured by Quality Records Ltd. for Club distribution.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): LWS 585 A
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): LWS 585 B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): LWS 585 A 2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): LWS 585 B 2
|SQ 93486||Johnny Cash And Jeannie C. Riley||Johnny Cash And Jeannie C. Riley - I Walk The Line (LP, Comp)||Longines Symphonette Society||SQ 93486||US||Unknown|