CBS S 7917:  A Front Row Seat To Hear Ole Johnny Sing / 26 Second Song

Released Date    1972

Artists: Shel Silverstein // Composer: Shel Silverstein // Producer: Billy Sherrill / Initial Recording Date: 18th February 1971 // Recording Venue: Columbia Studios, Nashville.

 

 

b/w 26 Second Song by Shel Silverstein

Johnny Cash does not feature on this track.

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CBS 8036: Kate / The Miracle Man

Released Date 14 July 1972
Kate

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three // Composer: Marty Robbins // Producer: Larry Butler: Initial Recording Date: 11th February 1972 // Recording Venue: Columbia Studios, Nashville.

The Miracle Man

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three // Composers: Johnny Cash & Larry Lee // Producer: Larry Butler // Initial Recording Date: 14th January 1972 // Recording Venue: Columbia Studios, Nashville.

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CBS S 1115: Any Old Wind That Blows / Kentucky Straight

Released Date 30th March 1973

Any Old Wind That Blows

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Dick Feller // Producer: Larry Butler // Initial Recording Date: 12th October 1972 // Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

Kentucky Straight

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Larry Butler / Initial Recording Date: 12th October 1972 / Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

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CBS S 1152: A Boy Named Sue (live) / Folsom Prison Blues (live)

Released Date 6th April 1973 / Apr 1982

This record formed part of the CBS ‘Hall Of Fame Hits’ series. CBS issued twenty five 7″ singles between 6th April and 11th May 1973 as part of its ‘Hall Of Fame Hits’ series. All 25 of these releases were initially issued with a limited edition, individual sleeve featuring a picture of the artist on the front and details of all 25 release listed on the back. Later pressings of these singles were only available with a standard die cut company sleeve.

CBS also issued a second ‘Hall Of Fame Hits’ series in 1976 with 25 more releases.

A Boy Named Sue (live)

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Shel Silverstein // Producer: Bob Johnston // Initial Recording Date: 24th February 1969 // Recording Venue: San Quentin Prison.

Folsom Prison Blues (live)

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Bob Johnston // Initial Recording Date: 13th January 1968 // Recording Venue: Folsom Prison.

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CBS S 1490: Children / The Last Supper

Released Date 31st August 1973

Children

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Joe South // Producer: Larry Butler // Arranger: Chuck Cochran // Initial Recording Date: 6th June 1972 // Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

The Last Supper

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Larry Gatlin // Producer: Larry Butler // Arranger: Chuck Cochran // Initial Recording Date: 15th May 1972 // Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

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CBS S 1994: Jackson / We’re For Love

Released Date 7th December 1973

Jackson

Artists: Johnny Cash and June Carter // Composers: Gaby Rodgers & Billy Edd Wheeler // Producers: Don Law & Frank Jones // Initial Recording Date: 11th January 1967 // Recording Venue: Columbia Studios, Nashville.

We’re For Love

Artists: Johnny Cash & June Carter // Composers: M S Tubb & Reba Hancock // Producers: Don Law Productions // Initial Recording Date: 18th May 1973 // Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

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S CBS 2396: Southern Comfort / Don’t Go Near The Water

Released Date 14th June 1974

Southern Comfort

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producers: Johnny Cash & Charlie Bragg // Initial Recording Date: 22nd January 1974 // Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

Don’t Go Near The Water

Artist: Johnny Cash //Composer: Johnny Cash // Producers: Johnny Cash & Charlie Bragg // Initial Recording Date: 19th February 1974 // Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

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S CBS 2900: The Lady Came from Baltmore / Lonesome To The Bone

Released Date 17th January 1975

The Lady Came from Baltimore

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Tim Hardin // Producer: Gary Klein // Initial Recording Date: 6th September 1974 // Recording Venue: Devonshire Studios, North Hollywood.

Lonesome To The Bone

Artist: Johnny Cash / Composer: Johnny Cash / Producer: Gary Klein / Initial Recording Date: 21st October 1974 / Recording Venue: CBS Studios, Nashville.

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S CBS 3499: Smokey Factory Blues / Clean Your Own Tables

Released Date 29th August 1975

Smokey Factory Blues

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Albert Hammond // Producer: Gary Klein // Initial Recording Date: 22nd October 1974 // Recording Venue: CBS Studios, Nashville.

Clean Your Own Tables

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: C Taylor // Producer: Gary Klein // Initial Recording Date: 23rd October 1974 // Recording Venue: CBS Studios, Nashville.

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S CBS 3944: I Walk The Line / Ring Of Fire

Released Date 27th February 1976

Following the first ‘Hall Of Fame Hits’ series in 1973, CBS issued a second series in 1976 with 25 more releases. This record formed part of the second series.

I Walk The Line

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producers: Don Law & Frank Jones // Initial Recording Date: 4th -5th March 1964 // Recording Venue: Columbia Studios, Nashville.

Ring Of Fire

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composers: June Carter & Merle Kilgore // Producer: Don Law & Frank Jones // Initial Recording Date: 25th March 1963 // Recording Venue: Columbia Studios, Nashville.

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CBS S 4096:  Strawberry Cake (live) / I Got Stripes (live) 

Released Date    12th March 1976

Strawberry Cake

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Charlie Bragg // Initial Recording Date: 2nd September 1975 // Recording Venue: London Palladium.

I Got Stripes

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash & Charlie Williams // Producer: Charlie Bragg // Initial Recording Date: 2nd September 1975 // Recording Venue: London Palladium.

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CBS S 4287:  One Piece at a Time / Go On Blues

Released Date    28th May 1976

One Piece at a Time

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three // Composer: Wayne Kemp // Producer: Charlie Bragg & Don Davis // Initial Recording Date: 5th March 1976 // Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

Chart History: UK Pop Charts – Charted: 3rd July 1976 / No of weeks: 7 / High position: 32

Go On Blues

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producers: Charlie Bragg & Don Davis // Initial Recording Date: 12th February 1976 // Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

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CBS S 5107: The Last Gunfighter Ballad / City Jail

Released Date    8th April 1977

The Last Gunfighter Ballad

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Guy Clark // Producers: Charlie Bragg & Don Davis // Initial Recording Date: 23rd July 1976 // Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

City Jail

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producers: Johnny Cash & Charlie Bragg // Initial Recording Date: 21st April 1976 // Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

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S CBS 5564:  Lady / Hit The Road And Go 

Released Date    9th September 1977

Lady

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producers: Charlie Bragg & Jack Routh // Initial Recording Date: 7th February 1977 // Recording Venue: Sound Spectrum Studios, Hendersonville.

Hit The Road And Go

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producers: Charlie Bragg & Jack Routh // Initial Recording Date: 12th January 1977 // Recording Venue: Sound Spectrum Studios, Hendersonville.

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S CBS 6401:  There Ain’t No Good Chain Gang / I Wish I Was Crazy Again  

Released Date   2nd June 1978

There Ain’t No Good Chain Gang

Artists: Johnny Cash & Waylon Jennings // Composers: Hal Bynum & David Kirby // Producers: Johnny Cash & Waylon Jennings // Initial Recording Date: 6th July 1976 // Recording Venue: House of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

I Wish I Was Crazy Again  

Artists: Johnny Cash & Waylon Jennings // Composer: Bob McDill // Producers: Johnny Cash & Waylon Jennings // Initial Recording Date: 6th July 1976 // Recording Venue: House of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

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S CBS 7153:  I Will Rock And Roll With You / A Song For The Life

Released Date    30th March 1979

I Will Rock And Roll With You

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Johnny Cash // Initial Recording Date: 17th August 1978 // Recording Venue: Jack Clement Studios, Nashville.

A Song For The Life

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Rodney Crowell // Producer: Rodney Crowell // Initial Recording Date: 17th August 1978 // Recording Venue: Jack Clement Studios, Nashville.

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S CBS 7852:  (Ghost) Riders In The Sky / I’m Gonna Sit On The Porch And Pick On My Old Guitar

Released Date    October 1979

(Ghost) Riders In The Sky

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Stan Jones // Producer: Brian Ahern // Initial Recording Date: 28th March 1979 // Recording Venue: Jack Clement Studios, Nashville.

I’m Gonna Sit On The Porch And Pick On My Old Guitar

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Brian Ahern // Initial Recording Date: 12th February 1979 // Recording Venue: Jack Clement Studios, Nashville.

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CBS A 1155:  The Baron / I Will Dance With You

Released Date    April 1981

The Baron

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composers: Paul Richey & Jerry Taylor & Billy Sherrill // Producer: Billy Sherrill // Initial Recording Date: 5th September 1980 // Recording Venue: Columbia Studios A, Nashville.

I Will Dance With You

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Jack Routh // Producers: Johnny Cash & Charlie Bragg // Initial Recording Date: 5th September 1980 // Recording Venue: Columbia Studios A, Nashville.

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CBS A 3804: Johnny 99 / Brand New Dance

Released Date    October 1983

Johnny 99

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Bruce Springsteen // Producer: Brian Ahern // Initial Recording Date: April 1983 // Recording Venue: Magnolia Studios, North Hollywood.

Brand New Dance

Artists: Johnny Cash with June Carter // Composer: Paul Kennerley // Producer: Brian Ahern // Initial Recording Date: April 1983 // Recording Venue: Magnolia Studios, North Hollywood.

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CBS A 4723: The Chicken In Black / Battle Of Nashville

Released Date    October 1984

The Chicken In Black

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Gary Gentry // Producer: Billy Sherrill // Initial Recording Date: 12th April 1984 // Recording Venue: Eleven-Eleven Sound Studios, Nashville.

Battle Of Nashville

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Billy Sherrill // Initial Recording Date: 11th April 1984 // Recording Venue: Eleven-Eleven Sound Studios, Nashville.

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Columbia 659785 7:  Ring Of Fire / A Thing Called Love

Released Date    1983

Ring Of Fire

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composers: June Carter & Merle Kilgore // Producer: Don Law & Frank Jones // Initial Recording Date: 25th March 1963 // Recording Venue: Columbia Studios, Nashville.

A Thing Called Love

Artists: Johnny Cash with The Evangel Temple Choir // Composer: J R Hubbard (aka Jerry Reed) // Producer: Larry Butler // Initial Recording Date: 18th August 1971 // Recording Venue: Columbia Studios, Nashville.

This record made In Holland and released by Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd

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CBS OG 9177:  One Piece At A Time / A Thing Called Love

Released Date    July 1982

One Piece at a Time

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three // Composer: Wayne Kemp // Producer: Charlie Bragg & Don Davis // Initial Recording Date: 5th March 1976 // Recording Venue: House Of Cash Studios, Hendersonville.

A Thing Called Love

Artists: Johnny Cash with The Evangel Temple Choir // Composer: J R Hubbard (aka Jerry Reed) // Producer: Larry Butler // Initial Recording Date: 18th August 1971 // Recording Venue: Columbia Studios, Nashville.

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CBS OG 9180:  A Boy Named Sue (live) / San Quentin (live)

Released Date    July 1982

A Boy Named Sue (live)

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Shel Silverstein // Producer: Bob Johnston // Initial Recording Date: 24th February 1969 // Recording Venue: San Quentin Prison.

San Quentin (live)

Artist: Johnny Cash // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Bob Johnston // Initial Recording Date: 24th February 1969 // Recording Venue: San Quentin Prison.

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