The Johnny CASH Children's Album (May 2006)

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The Johnny CASH Children's Album (May 2006)

The Johnny CASH Children's Album (May 2006)
MP3 160 Kbps | 42,4 Mb | Label: SONY

01. Nasty Dan
02. One And One Makes Two
03. I Got A Boy And His Name Is John
04. Little Magic Glasses
05. Miss Tara
06. Dinosaur Song
07. Tiger Whitehead
08. There's A Bear In The Woods
09. Call Of The Wild
10. Little Green Fountain
11. Old Shep
12. (The) Timber Man
13. Grandfather's Clock
14. Ah Bos Cee Dah
15. Why Is A Fire Engine Red

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As foreboding a figure as Johnny Cash was, his son John Carter Cash writes in liner notes to this excellent CD, he was also a big kid: "a fun-loving, easygoing, laughing man." That's not to say he was more inclined to skateboard over the line than to walk it, only that given his mesmerizing voice and his gift for storytelling, he had an enviable way of relating to kids. Thirty years on, parents who pick up this disc will find not a lot has changed: In 15 songs never before released on CD–four of which are bonus tracks not included on the 1975 classic–the Man in Black melds the silly with the sweet, the madcap with the meaningful, and emerges as a country-folk Pied Piper any kid would kill to have for an uncle. "Nasty Dan," the opener, will be familiar not only to those who grew up singing along to the original LP, but also to subsequent generations of "Sesame Street" watchers (Oscar duets on a later version). But for most, the rest will arrive as pure revelation. "Old Shep," a dog song, deserves placement on a disc of classic pet tributes, if such a thing exists; "Tiger Whitehead" treads fearlessly through wild bear territory; "Ah Bos Cee Dah" is nonsensical noodling with the language at its most brilliant; and "I Got a Boy and His Name Is John," a duet with the great June Carter Cash, steers the modern listener to a long-lost place where love of family was enough for a kid to get by on. Tammy La Gorce