Johnny Cash And Don Williams - The Country Kings album download
|–Don Williams||Where Do We Go From Here?||2:50|
|–Johnny Cash||Folsom Prison Blues||2:34|
|–Don Williams||Just An Ordinary Day||3:03|
|–Don Williams||Apartment 9||2:04|
|–Don Williams||Ruby Tuesday||2:55|
|–Don Williams||Always Something There To Remind Me||2:27|
|–Johnny Cash||Hey Porter||2:10|
|–Don Williams||Follow Me Back To Louisville||2:36|
|–Don Williams||On Her Way To Be A Woman||2:39|
|–Johnny Cash||Two Timin' Women||2:44|
|–Don Williams||Take My Hand For A While||2:14|
|–Don Williams||Long Walk From Childhood||3:10|
|–Johnny Cash||Straight As In Love||2:12|
|–Don Williams||In My Life||2:02|
|002016-1||Johnny Cash And Don Williams||Johnny Cash And Don Williams - The Country Kings (CD, Comp)||P.M.C.||002016-1||Germany||1987|
|1051 AU/VA||Johnny Cash And Don Williams||Johnny Cash And Don Williams - The Country Kings (CD, Comp)||Editions Du Koala||1051 AU/VA||France||Unknown|
The Johnny Cash Children's Album is the 49th album by country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1975 featuring recordings made between January 1972 and October 1973. As the title implies, it contains songs written for children. Among others, this includes "Tiger Whitehead", a song later released in an acoustic version on Cash's posthumous Personal File album in 2006. Most of the songs on the album had not been performed by Cash before.
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Band's List Country Rock Johnny Cash Johnny Cash Sings Hank Williams. Released date 15 September 1960. Labels Sun Record Company.
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