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We Walk The Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash by Various Artists

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We Walk The Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash

Various Artists

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Album

We Walk The Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash

Various Artists

Play on Napster
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Label: Columbia Nashville Legacy
This live concert recording features some of the finest singer-songwriters in a wide-range of genres. On paper, it's a strange and diverse mix of celebrants, which nicely underscores the reach of Johnny Cash's music. You'd rightly expect highlights from legends such as Ronnie Dunn (of Brooks and Dunn) and Willie Nelson, but you've never heard "Hurt" the way Lucinda Williams does it here. The Carolina Chocolate Drops' version of "Jackson" and Iron & Wine's stunning "Long Black Veil" are also standouts. Despite decades of Johnny Cash covers, there's plenty on here that surprises and delights

About This Album

This live concert recording features some of the finest singer-songwriters in a wide-range of genres. On paper, it's a strange and diverse mix of celebrants, which nicely underscores the reach of Johnny Cash's music. You'd rightly expect highlights from legends such as Ronnie Dunn (of Brooks and Dunn) and Willie Nelson, but you've never heard "Hurt" the way Lucinda Williams does it here. The Carolina Chocolate Drops' version of "Jackson" and Iron & Wine's stunning "Long Black Veil" are also standouts. Despite decades of Johnny Cash covers, there's plenty on here that surprises and delights

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About This Album

This live concert recording features some of the finest singer-songwriters in a wide-range of genres. On paper, it's a strange and diverse mix of celebrants, which nicely underscores the reach of Johnny Cash's music. You'd rightly expect highlights from legends such as Ronnie Dunn (of Brooks and Dunn) and Willie Nelson, but you've never heard "Hurt" the way Lucinda Williams does it here. The Carolina Chocolate Drops' version of "Jackson" and Iron & Wine's stunning "Long Black Veil" are also standouts. Despite decades of Johnny Cash covers, there's plenty on here that surprises and delights