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Cash, Flatts dish out new music

Tuesday, April 3, 2012 – Johnny Cash is the subject of yet another release with unreleased songs - "Bootleg Vol. IV: The Soul of Truth." The double CD contains "A Believer Sings the Truth," "Johnny Cash - Gospel Singer" and an untitled, unreleased 1975 set. Johnny's son, John Carter Cash, contribute liner notes, starting with "If not for gospel music, there never would have been a Johnny Cash."

Rascal Flatts named its new disc "Changed," which contains the hit single Banjo. Once again, Dann Huff produced the music, the seventh album for the trio.

"An Evening with...Dolly," a live recording from a London show at the O2 Arena, is out on CD/DVD on Cracker Barrel.


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CD review - Man In Black: Live in Denmark 1971 Like many icons who have since departed the planet, Johnny Cash left behind a legacy that continues to flourish - in the songs he left behind, in their interpretation by others and in the man's own recordings, which still sound as fresh and vital as they were when first released. This vintage concert offers a case in point. Recorded at the peak of his prowess, it finds him replaying his classic hits - "A Boy Named Sue," "Folsom Prison Blues," "I Walk the Line" ...
CD review - Out Among the Stars One would think that with all the archival music, reissues and postmortem tributes released on Johnny Cash's behalf, the vaults would have been scraped pretty clean by now, with only scraps left for dedicated completists to feast upon. So it comes as no small surprise to find that the Cash archivists actually uncovered some entire sessions that haven't been unearthed until now. Recorded in the early '80s, "Out Among The Stars" is such a high quality collection that it ...


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