As successful as Johnny Cash’s American Recordings albums were, they were still very much an element of the underground. Everything changed in 2002 though. It was specifically due to the song “Hurt,” and even more specifically, the video that accompanied the song.
Vinyl audiophiles might be saving their nickels and dimes for the impending Record Store Day special releases, but beating RSD to the punch is a six-album vinyl box set from the Man in Black that’s going to be hard to resist. Just announced, UMe—the catalog division of the Universal Music Group—is releasing a box set of the entire Johnny Cash American Recordings-era music.
Tuesday was the release of Johnny Cash’s “lost” album “Out Among The Stars” that was discovered by Johnny’s son, John Carter Cash while organizing his father’s archived recorded material. Now according to the younger Cash, and legendary producer Rick Rubin who Cash worked with beginning in the mid 90’s during his American Recordings rebirth, there is still “4 or 5 albums” worth of material.
If you’re human, then you’re likely a fan of Johnny Cash’s “American Recordings” albums recorded with legendary producer Rick Rubin all the way up to his death. Fans thought that after this February’s American VI: Ain’t No Grave it was finito!, no mas, that’s all she wrote. But now some outtakes have surfaced, and 7 […]