Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash - The Dylan Cash Session Album
|1||I Walk The Line|
Written-By – J. Cash
|2||That's Allright Mama|
Written-By – A. Cruddup
Written By – Trad.
|4||Blue Yodel #4|
|5||You Are My Sunshine|
Written-By – C. Mitchell, J. Davis
|6||One Too Many Mornings|
Written-By – B. Dylan
|7||Good Old Mountain Dew|
Written By – Trad.
|8||Guess Things Happen That Way|
Written-By – J. Clement
Written-By – C. Perkins
Written-By – J. Cash
|11||"T" For Texas|
Written-By – T. Slater
|12||I Still Miss Someone|
Written-By – J. Cash, R. Cash
|13||Ring Of Fire|
Written-By – J. Cash, M. Gilgore
|none||Dylan, Cash||Dylan, Cash - The Dylan Cash Session (LP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Bob Dylan), Not On Label (Johnny Cash)||none||Netherlands||1975|
|0269||Johnny Cash And Bob Dylan||Johnny Cash And Bob Dylan - The Nashville Tapes (LP, Unofficial)||CBS||0269||UK||2009|
|CS 17||Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash||Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash - Nashville 1969 (LP, Ltd, Unofficial, Gre)||Clarke Sisters Records||CS 17||Europe||Unknown|
|none||Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash||Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash - The Dylan Cash Session (LP, RE, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Bob Dylan), Not On Label (Johnny Cash)||none||Netherlands||1977|
|CS 17||Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash||Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash - Nashville 1969 (LP, Ltd, Unofficial, Whi)||Clarke Sisters Records||CS 17||Europe||Unknown|
Made In Holland. Laminated front cover.
B7 'Blue Yodel #4' is not listed on the cover.
This is the second Dutch issue which comes with blank red, black or white labels.
Outtakes from a studio session that took place on February 17 & 18, 1969 at Columbia Music Row Studios in Nashville, where Dylan was recording his "Nashville Skyline" album.
- Matrix / Runout: HB A''
- Matrix / Runout: HB B''
- Recorded At – Columbia Recording Studios, Nashville
Bob Dylan featuring Johnny Cashs Travelin Thru, 1967 1969: The Bootleg Series Vol. 15 is out November 1 via ColumbiaLegacy. Learn more at Bob Dylans website, and hear I Pity the Poor Immigrant Take 4 and Tell Me That It Isn't True Take 2, below. Read The 8 Best Bob Dylan Documentaries over on the Pitch. Get Hot Links. A daily roundup of the most important stories in music. Sign Up Now. The most trusted voice in music. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. During the Nashville Skyline sessions in February 1969, Dylan teamed up with Johnny Cash to record over a dozen songs. Only one of these made it onto Nashville Skyline Girl from the North Country. Most of the rest are here, in perfect fidelity. If you were to judge this as a proper studio album, the notices wouldn't be too positive, due to the ragged and tentative performances. Judged as a loose, informal meeting of two giants, it's very pleasurable listening, though more for Cash's contributions than Dylan's. The full-day Dylan-Cash duet session included the first known version of Wanted Man and the only version of the song ever sung by Dylan. The following week, Cash made it the opening song at his San Quentin concert. When The Johnny Cash Show was scheduled to debut in June 1969, the host offered Bob Dylan a guest slot on the first show. In the days before and after The Johnny Cash Show taping, Dylan was working on the album that emerged more than a year. During Bob Dylan's Nashville Skyline sessions country legend Johnny Cash stopped by to visit. A friend and label-mate of Dylan's as well as an early supporter of his music, Cash h read more. A friend and label-mate of Dylan's as well as an early supporter of his music, Cash had been recording next door with his own band. read more. Similar Artists. Play all. Bob Dylan. 2,757,402 listeners. Bob Dylan and The Band. 327,639 listeners. The Highwaymen. Dylan was at Columbia Studios in Nashville finishing the album that would become Nashville Skyline. Near the end, he was joined by Cash, whom he had first met at the 1964 Newport Folk Festival. The two were big fans of each other's work. I had a portable record player that I'd take along on the road, Cash wrote in Cash: The Autobiography. In plain terms, Johnny was and is the North Star you could guide your ship by him the greatest of the greats then and now, Dylan wrote upon Cash's passing in 2003. Truly he is what the land and country is all about, the heart and soul of it personified and what it means to be here and he said it all in plain English. In February 1969, Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash spent two days recording together in Columbia Studios in Nashville. Most of that historic get-together has gone unreleased until now. Due out November 1st, The Bootleg Series Vol. 15 dedicates one-and-a-half discs to the Cash and Dylan session. Of the 20-plus included tracks, theres various takes on Girl From the North Country , Guess Things Happen That Way , and Mountain Dew. Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash had formed a mutual admiration society even before they met in the early 1960s. Of course, I knew of him before he ever heard of me, Dylan wrote shortly after Cash's death in 2003. In '55 or '56, 'I Walk the Line' played all summer on the radio, and it was different than anything else you had ever heard. The record sounded like a voice from the middle of the Earth. It was so powerful and moving. When the young Dylan arrived on the scene in 1962, Cash was impressed. Along with Dylans legendary Cash duets, Travelin Thru, 19671969: The Bootleg Series Vol. 15 will also feature outtakes from John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline. The next chapter of Bob Dylan's Bootleg Series will chronicle 'John Wesley Harding,' 'Nashville Skyline,' and the Johnny Cash sessions. Michael Ochs ArchivesGetty Images. As Bob Dylan releases his 38th studio album, we look back on his best wordplay. Hear I Pity the Poor Immigrant Take 4 and Tell Me That It Isnt True Take 2 below. Dylan returned to London this summer for a show as part of the British Summer Time series in Hyde Park, co-headlining the day with Neil Young. In a review of the show, NMEs Leonie Cooper wrote
Title: The Dylan Cash Session
Label: Not On Label (Bob Dylan), Not On Label (Johnny Cash)
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Unofficial Release