London HLS 8358:  I Walk The Line / Get Rhythm

Released Date    January 1957

A 10” Shellac version was also released.

Single-sided promos were also produced (orange label).

Both sides credit the Tennessee Two as “Instrumental Accompaniment”

A limited edition black/gold label was also released.

I Walk The Line

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two //Composer: Johnny Cash //Producer: Sam Phillips // Initial Recording Date: 2nd April 1956 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Get Rhythm

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Sam Phillips // Initial Recording Date: 2nd April 1956 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HL S 8427:  There You Go / Train of Love

Released Date    May 1957

Single-sided promos were also produced (orange label).

There You Go

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Sam Phillips // Initial Recording Date: 8th May 1956 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Train of Love

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Sam Phillips // Initial Recording Date: 8th May 1956 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Both sides credit the Tennessee Two as “Instrumental Accompaniment”

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London HLS 8461:  Next in Line / Don’t Make Me Go

Released Date    1957

 A 10” Shellac version was also released. 

Single-sided promos were also produced (orange label).

Next in Line

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Sam Phillips // Initial Recording Date: 4th April 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Don’t Make Me Go

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Sam Phillips // Initial Recording Date: 4th April 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

   

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London HLS 8514:  Home of the Blues / Give My Love To Rose

Released Date    November 1957    

A 10” Shellac version was also released.

Single-sided promos were also produced (orange label).

Home of the Blues

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composers: Johnny Cash, Glenn Douglas, Lillie C McAlpin // Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 1st July 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Give My Love To Rose

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash / Producer:Jack Clement / Initial Recording Date: 1st July 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HLS 8586:  Ballad of a Teenage Queen / Big River

Released Date    March 1958    

A 10” Shellac version was also released.

Single-sided promos were also produced (orange label).

Ballad of a Teenage Queen

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Jack Clement // Producer:Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 12th November 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Big River

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer:Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 12th November 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HLS 8656:  Come in Stranger / Guess Things Happen That Way

Released Date    July 1958

 A 10” Shellac version was also released. 

Single-sided promos were also produced (orange label).

Come in Stranger

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer:Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 11th October 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Guess Things Happen That Way

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two / Composer: Jack Clement / Producer:Jack Clement / Initial Recording Date: 9th April 1958 / Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HLS 8709:  The Ways of a Woman in Love / You’re The Nearest Thing To Heaven

Released Date    October 1958

A 10” Shellac version was also released.

The Ways of a Woman in Love

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composers: Charlie Rich/Bill Justis //Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 10th July 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

You’re The Nearest Thing To Heaven

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composers: Johnny Cash/Hoyt  Johnson/Chet Atkins // Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 15th May 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HLS 8789:  It’s Just About Time / I Just Thought You’d Like To Know

Released Date    January 1959

A 10” Shellac version was also released.

Single-sided promos were also produced (orange label).

It’s Just About Time

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Jack Clement // Producer:Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 17th July 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

I Just Thought You’d Like To Know

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Charlie Rich // Producer:Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 17th July 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HLS 8847:  Luther Played The Boogie / Thanks A Lot

Released Date    April 1959

Single-sided promos were also produced (orange label).

Luther Played The Boogie

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer:Sam Philips // Initial Recording Date: 30th July 1955 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Thanks A Lot

Artist: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Charlie Rich // Producer:Jack Clement / Initial Recording Date: 10th July 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HLS 8928:  Katy Too / I Forgot To Remember To Forget

Released Date    August 1959

Single-sided promos were also produced (orange label).

Katy Too

Artist: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composers: Johnny Cash and Jack Clement // Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 28th May 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

I Forgot To Remember To Forget

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composers: Stan Kesler and Charlie Feathers //Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 17th July 1958 //Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HLS 8979:  Goodbye Little Darlin’, Goodbye / You Tell Me

Released Date    October 1959

Single-sided promos were also produced (orange label).

Goodbye Little Darlin’

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composers: Gene Autry and Johnny Marvin //Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 13th December 1956 //Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

‘Goodby Little Darlin’’ was titled “Goodbye Little Darlin’, Goodbye” on the London label releases.

You Tell Me

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Roy Orbison // Producer:Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 15th May 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HLS 9070:  Straight A’s In Love / I Love You Because

Released Date    March 1960

Single-sided promos were also produced (orange label).

Straight A’s In Love

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer:Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 13th December 1956 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

I Love You Because

Artists: Johnny Cash with the Gene Lowery Singers // Composer: Leon Payne /Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 13th December 1956 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HLS 9182:  Down the street to 301 / The Story Of A Broken Heart

Released Date    September 1960

Down the street to 301

Artist: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Jack Clement // Producer:Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 17th July 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company Memphis.

The Story Of A Broken Heart

Artist: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Sam Philips // Producer:Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 15th May 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HLS 9314:  Oh Lonesome Me / Life Goes On

Released Date    March 1961

A yellow label promo was also produced.

Oh Lonesome Me

Artist: Johnny Cash with the Gene Lowery Singers // Composer: Don Gibson //Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 9th April 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Life Goes On

Artist: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash/ Jack Clement //Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 15th May 1958 // Recording Venue:Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HL 7020:  Next in Line / Don’t Make Me Go (Export Series)

Next in Line

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Sam Phillips // Initial Recording Date: 4th April 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Don’t Make Me Go

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer: Sam Phillips // Initial Recording Date: 4th April 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

This was the first of four ‘London 7000’ series releases that were issued for export to British Armed Forces in Germany.

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London HL 7023:  Home of the Blues / Give My Love To Rose (Export Series)

Home of the Blues

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composers: Johnny Cash, Glenn Douglas, Lillie C McAlpin // Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 1st July 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Give My Love To Rose

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash / Producer:Jack Clement / Initial Recording Date: 1st July 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

This release was incorrectly labelled as ‘Home For The Blues’.

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London HL 7032:  Ballad of a Teenage Queen / Big River (Export Series)

Ballad of a Teenage Queen

Artists:  Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Jack Clement // Producer:Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 12th November 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

Big River

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composer: Johnny Cash // Producer:Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 12th November 1957 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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London HL 7053:  The Ways of a Woman in Love / You’re The Nearest Thing To Heaven (Export Series)

The Ways of a Woman in Love

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composers: Charlie Rich/Bill Justis //Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 10th July 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

You’re The Nearest Thing To Heaven

Artists: Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two // Composers: Johnny Cash/Hoyt  Johnson/Chet Atkins // Producer: Jack Clement // Initial Recording Date: 15th May 1958 // Recording Venue: Sun Record Company, Memphis.

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