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8 thoughts on “ Sunday morning coming down - Tennessee Five - Tennessee Five (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tennessee Five on Discogs.3/5(1).
  2. Sunday Morning Coming Down is a Johnny Cash album, released in It is a compilation of previously released tracks. It is a compilation of previously released tracks. It consists of songs previously recorded on albums made from prison concerts or live albums and has songs such as "Folsom Prison Blues", "Orange Blossom Special", "Understand Genre: Country, rockabilly, gospel.
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  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Classic Cash on Discogs. Label: Mercury - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • /5(8).
  5. Mar 05,  · Sunday Morning Coming Down Written-By – K. Kristofferson* Come Along And Ride This Train (Medley) Written-By – J. Cash* () A2a: Six Days On The Road Written-By – C. Montgomery*, E. Green* A2b: There Ain't No Easy Run Written-By – D. Dudley*, T.T. Hall* A2c: The Sailor On A Concrete Sea Written-By – M. Travis* A3: These Hands/5(58).
  6. The Johnny Cash Show is the 35th overall album and third live album by country singer Johnny Cash, recorded at the Grand Ole Opry House and released on Columbia Records in as a tie-in with Cash's then-current TV series of the same one of Cash's lesser-known live records, it spawned the highly successful single "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down", which helped kickstart the career of.
  7. "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down" is a song written by Kris Kristofferson that was recorded in by Ray Stevens before becoming a number one hit on the Billboard US Country on some lonely Sunday morning, with it comin' down all around you." With the monologue edited off, it would appear on the soundtrack LP The Johnny Cash Show the following.
  8. But the album itself has been replaced because the original K-tel record was too edited. And so I had to replace it with the actual recordings. Also, I thought that Johnny Cash Today relied too heavily on his "At Folsom Prison" album, with seven of the 24 selections coming from that record. Still very nice to have. I keep it for sentimental.

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