Johnny Cash Get Rhythm double CD. 36 total songs. Before Johnny Cash became an American institution, he was a Southern singer and guitarist with a bare-bones band consisting of just another guitarist and bass player. Emerging in the mid-1950s, Cash's unique approach found him combining aspects of country, folk, blues, and gospel in a stripped-down context similar to the rockabilly of his Sun Records peers (Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, etc.). Recorded in the '50s, GET RHYTHM is loaded with plenty of snap, crackle, and bop, and (of course) Johnny's booming, heartfelt singing.
1.1 Cry, Cry, Cry 1.2 So Doggone Lonesome 1.3 Folsom Prison Blues 1.4 I Walk the Line 1.5 Get Rhythm 1.6 There You Go 1.7 Train of Love 1.8 Next in Line 1.9 Don't Make Me Go 1.10 Home of the Blues 1.11 Give My Love to Rose 1.12 Ballad of a Teenage Queen 1.13 Big River 1.14 Guess Things Happen That Way 1.15 Come in Stranger 1.16 Ways of a Woman in Love 1.17 You're the Nearest Thing to Heaven 1.18 Mean Eyed Cat 2.1 Oh, Lonesome Me 2.2 Rock Island Line 2.3 Two Timin' Woman 2.4 Wide Open Road 2.5 Hey! Porter 2.6 Wreck of the Old 97' 2.7 Belshazar 2.8 Staight A's in Love 2.9 Country Boy 2.10 Doin' My Time 2.11 Doin' My Time 2.12 Remember Me (I'm the One Who Loves You) 2.13 I Was There When It Happened 2.14 Born to Loose 2.15 Life Goes on 2.16 Blue Train 2.17 It's Just About Time 2.18 Goodnight Irene