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Show 17, November 22, 2014 "Come Along and Ride This Train"   Each episode features a musical history lesson in the people and the places and, of course, the music that made the man in Black the Man. This week, our train features stops that recount the lives and times of Roy Acuff, Adam, Mitchell, and Randy Newman.   "On the Record"   This segment features the details behind the recording of some of Cash's biggest (and most obscure) recordings. This week’s song is “Locomotive Man.”   "On the Charts"   This segment features the charted hits of Johnny Cash. This week, “Cry, Cry, Cry,” “Texas ’47,” and “I Wish I Was Crazy Again” are on the charts.   "On the Road"   This segment presents a song from a Johnny Cash concert recording out along the road that Cash took from the cotton fields to the hall of fame. This week, Cash is at the...
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Show 16, November 15, 2014 "Come Along and Ride This Train"   Each episode features a musical history lesson in the people and the places and, of course, the music that made the man in Black the Man. This week, our train features stops that recount the lives and times of Troy Seals, Gordon Lightfoot, and Don Gibson.   "On the Record"   This segment features the details behind the recording of some of Cash's biggest (and most obscure) recordings. This week’s song is “The Ballad of Annie Palmer.”   "On the Charts"   This segment features the charted hits of Johnny Cash. This week, “Ring of Fire” is on the charts.   "On the Road"   This segment presents a song from a Johnny Cash concert recording out along the road that Cash took from the cotton fields to the hall of fame. This week, Cash is at the Ryman Auditorium I downtown Nashville, Tennessee,...
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Johnny Cash's Top 10 Songwriters Johnny Cash had a talent that not all artists possess.  Not only was he talented songwriter (he wrote or co-wrote over 200 songs) but he was also great at taking a song and making it his own.  In this endeavor, Cash was able to defy any genre of music.  He covered The Rolling Stones’ “No Expectations” and Nine Inch Nails “Hurt” with ease—and he had been singing songs that surprised audiences for years.   Johnny Cash, in his 1997 autobiography, credited Rodney Crowell, John Prine, Steve Goodman and Guy Clark as songwriters who inspire him to write.  Of the above mentioned writers, however, Cash only covered Rodney Crowell songs extensively.  He recorded Goodman’s “City of New Orleans” as well as “The Twentieth Century Is Almost Over,” the latter of which was co-written by Goodman and Prine.   Cash covered several Guy Clark songs, including “Let Him Roll,” “The Last Gunfighter Ballad,” “Same...
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Show 15, November 8, 2014 "Come Along and Ride This Train"   Each episode features a musical history lesson in the people and the places and, of course, the music that made the man in Black the Man. Like every episode, this show also features a musical history lesson in the people and the places and, of course, the music that made the man in Black the Man. This week, our train features stops that recount the lives and times of Johnny Horton, Ned Kelly, and Neil Young.   "On the Record"   This segment features the details behind the recording of some of Cash's biggest (and most obscure) recordings. This week’s song is “Big River.”   "On the Charts"   This segment features the charted hits of Johnny Cash. This week, “Allegheny” is on the charts.   "On the Road"   This segment presents a song from a Johnny Cash concert recording out along the...
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Show 14, November 1, 2014 "Come Along and Ride This Train"   Each episode features a musical history lesson in the people and the places and, of course, the music that made the man in Black the Man. Like every episode, this show also features a musical history lesson in the people and the places and, of course, the music that made the man in Black the Man. This week, our train features stops that recount the lives and times of Governor Jimmie Martin, Hugh Moffatt, and Reverend Billy Graham.   "On the Record"   This segment features the details behind the recording of some of Cash's biggest (and most obscure) recordings. This week’s song is “Put the Sugar to Bed.”   "On the Charts"   This segment features the charted hits of Johnny Cash. This week, “Desperadoes Waiting for a Train” are on the charts.   "On the Road"   This segment presents a song...
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