Johnny and June sing this hit whilst on Johnny's hit TV show 'The Johnny Cash Show'. Check out other Cash videos on my channel!
2 г. назад
Top 10 Most Important Moments in Music History Subscribe http://goo.gl/Q2kKrD Bob Dylan going electric. Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock. The Beatles on Ed Sullivan. Michael Jackson’s Moonwalk. Queen at Live Aid. Elvis Presley singing Hound Dog and gyrating his hips. Beethoven debuting his 9th Symphony. Nirvana on MTV Unplugged. All of these are influential moments in music history. Without moments like the Sugarhill Gang reaching the Top 40, we never would have had rappers like Kendrick Lamar or the Notorious B.I.G. Without Madonna performing Like a Virgin on the MTV Awards, we never would have had Britney Spears singing Baby One More Time. Music legends like Johnny Cash, The Who, Freddie Mercury and more mad moments that shaped music history, and changed modern music forever. WatchMojo is picking the most important moments in music history; check it out to see if your favorite music moments made the list! If you want to see moments in music history that impacted the music industry, like Kelly Clarkson becoming the first American Idol, the launch of MTV or Apple introducing iTunes, check out our Top 10 Moments in the Music Industry: https://youtu.be/T2iMuXYIy9o WatchMojo’s social media pages: http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo http://instagram.com/watchmojo http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo Watch on WatchMojo: http://watchmojo.com/index.php?id=16391 Check out the voting page here: http://watchmojo.com/suggest/top+10+moments+in+music+history Want a WatchMojo cup, mug, t-shirts, pen, sticker and even a water bottle? Get them all when you order your MojoBox gift set here: http://watchmojo.com/store/ WatchMojo is a leading producer of reference online video content, covering the People, Places and Trends you care about. We update DAILY with 4-5 Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Versus clips on movies, video games, music, pop culture and more!
7 г. назад
Another song from that legendary concert held on 24 February 1969 at San Quentin prison, California. Enjoy!
4 г. назад
This is fromSept. 27, 1969 episode of The Johnny Cash Show. Johnny Cash did a awesome job singing The Battle Hymn Of The Republic. What a great and powerful song. We need more songs like this that talk about the love for God and Country. http://www.brendawyatt.org/
8 г. назад
Make Fake FB Chat or Status, Prank your Friend xD http://www.fakefbchat.se This is the tribute Concert to Johnny Cash (2003) His daughter talk about her's dad and singing His hit Tennessee Flat Top Box. Lyrics: In a little cabere In a south texas boarder town Sat a boy and his guitar And the people came from all around And all the girls From there to Austin Were slippin' away from home And puttin' jewlery and hopped to take the trip To go and listen To the little dark-haired boy who played the Tennessee flat top box And he would play Well he couldn't ride or wrangle And he never cared to make it down But give him his guitar And he'd be happy all the time And all the girls From nine to ninety Were snappin' fingers Tappin' toes And beggin' him don't stop And hypnotized And fasinated By the little dark-haired boy who played the Tennessee flat top box And he would play Then one day he was gone And no one ever saw him 'round He vanished like the breeze They forgot him in the little town But all the girls Still dreamed about him And hung around The cabere until the doors were locked And then one day On the hit parade Was the little dark-haired boy who played the Tennessee flat top box And he would play
7 г. назад
Whilst I have a rather different world view from the late great Johnny Cash, I'm nevertheless a big fan. He's the reason I first picked up a guitar in 2003. I always wanted to see live concert footage, but with good clear sound, so decided to synchronise the sound from my CD with TV footage available on Youtube. Easier said than done though... The TV footage is faster and about a whole tone higher in pitch, so I had to slow the video down to match it with the audio. There is no footage available for the introduction and end of the song, so I added a few relevant images. I know I'm blatantly flaunting copyright guidlines, but I reckon a few people might like this so much that they go out and buy the CD... like I did when I first heard the Man in Black on the radio!
8 г. назад
Johnny Cash Show - 1x08 [Ep 08] - Merle Haggard, Merrilee Rush & O.C. Smith [Aug. 2 '69] I Do Not Own The Rights For This.
3 г. назад
Johnny Cash - The Very Best of Johnny Cash Released 2014-01-24 on Not Now Music Buy this album: http://snip.ftpromo.net/johnnycashverybest 1. 00:00:00 Johnny Cash I Walk the Line 2. 00:02:45 Johnny Cash Folsom Prison Blues 3. 00:05:31 Johnny Cash Five Feet High and Rising 4. 00:07:17 Johnny Cash Tennessee Flat-Top Box 5. 00:10:17 Johnny Cash Delia's Gone 6. 00:12:18 Johnny Cash Forty Shades of Green 7. 00:15:13 Johnny Cash Busted 8. 00:17:30 Johnny Cash In the Jailhouse Now 9. 00:19:52 Johnny Cash I Got Stripes 10. 00:21:56 Johnny Cash The Rebel - Johnny Yuma 11. 00:23:49 Johnny Cash I Still Miss Someone 12. 00:26:24 Johnny Cash Transfusion Blues 13. 00:28:58 Johnny Cash Big River 14. 00:31:29 Johnny Cash Ballad of a Teenage Queen 15. 00:33:40 Johnny Cash In Them Old Cottonfields Back Home 16. 00:36:13 Johnny Cash So Doggone Lonesome 17. 00:38:49 Johnny Cash Run Softly Blue River 18. 00:41:03 Johnny Cash Rock Island Line 19. 00:43:13 Johnny Cash Frankie's Man, Johnny 20. 00:45:30 Johnny Cash Oh Lonesome Me 21. 00:48:00 Johnny Cash Mama's Baby 22. 00:50:21 Johnny Cash Smiling Bill McCall 23. 00:52:28 Johnny Cash The Big Battle 24. 00:56:33 Johnny Cash You Wont Have Far to Go 25. 00:58:22 Johnny Cash (There'll Be) Peace in the Valley 26. 01:01:09 Johnny Cash I'm Free from the Chain Gang Now 27. 01:03:00 Johnny Cash Get Rhythm 28. 01:05:13 Johnny Cash Remember the Alamo 29. 01:07:42 Johnny Cash Don't Take Your Guns to Town 30. 01:10:43 Johnny Cash Bonanza 31. 01:13:03 Johnny Cash Hey Porter 32. 01:15:16 Johnny Cash Guess Things Happen That Way 33. 01:17:05 Johnny Cash Cry, Cry, Cry 34. 01:19:30 Johnny Cash Hank and Joe and Me 35. 01:21:42 Johnny Cash Country Boy 36. 01:23:34 Johnny Cash My Grandfather's Clock 37. 01:26:19 Johnny Cash The Ways of a Woman in Love 38. 01:28:33 Johnny Cash I Want to Go Home 39. 01:30:30 Johnny Cash The Great Speckle Bird 40. 01:32:39 Johnny Cash Train of Love 41. 01:35:02 Johnny Cash Accidentally on Purpose 42. 01:36:57 Johnny Cash The Caretaker 43. 01:39:03 Johnny Cash Luther Played the Boogie 44. 01:41:07 Johnny Cash What Do I Care? 45. 01:43:14 Johnny Cash Mean-eyed Cat 46. 01:45:42 Johnny Cash The Man on the Hill 47. 01:47:51 Johnny Cash Home of the Blues 48. 01:50:30 Johnny Cash Lost on the Desert 49. 01:52:30 Johnny Cash Were You There When They Crucified My Lord 50. 01:56:22 Johnny Cash Bandana (Instrumental) (Instrumental) 51. 01:58:32 Johnny Cash Ring of Fire 52. 02:01:21 Johnny Cash A Boy Named Sue 53. 02:04:56 Johnny Cash I Walk the Line 54. 02:07:31 Johnny Cash Goodbye Little Darlin 55. 02:09:37 Johnny Cash Ballad of Ira Hayes 56. 02:12:50 Johnny Cash Get Rhythm 57. 02:14:40 Johnny Cash Luther Played the Boogie 58. 02:16:39 Johnny Cash Cry Cry Cry 59. 02:17:45 Johnny Cash I Got Stripes 60. 02:19:31 Johnny Cash Folsom Prison Blues 61. 02:22:13 Johnny Cash Peace in the Valley 62. 02:25:02 Johnny Cash Rock Island Line 63. 02:27:26 Johnny Cash Sunday Morning Coming Down 64. 02:31:11 Johnny Cash Sixteen Tons 65. 02:33:51 Johnny Cash If I Were a Carpernter 66. 02:36:09 Johnny Cash Orange Blossom Special 67. 02:40:11 Johnny Cash Johnny Cash Show Intro and Theme 68. 02:41:51 Johnny Cash Folsom Prison Blues (Hayride Radio Session) (Hayride Radio Session) 69. 02:44:16 Johnny Cash So Doggone Lonesome (Live at Big "D" Jamboree, Dallas, TX) (Live at Big "D" Jamboree, Dallas, TX) 70. 02:47:04 Johnny Cash I Walk the Line (Live at Big "D" Jamboree, Dallas, TX) (Live at Big "D" Jamboree, Dallas, TX) 71. 02:50:35 Johnny Cash Get Rhythm (Live at Big "D" Jamboree, Dallas, TX) (Live at Big "D" Jamboree, Dallas, TX) 72. 02:52:36 Johnny Cash Radio KWEM Advertisement 73. 02:53:22 Johnny Cash Radio Home Equipment Advertisement 74. 02:54:38 Johnny Cash Overton Park Shell Country Music Jamboree (Radio Ad) (Radio Ad) 75. 02:55:41 Johnny Cash Closing Comments and Theme This 75 track compilation includes all of Johnny Cash's original hit recordings from 1956-1962, as well as some of his later hits performed live in concert. The recordings clearly demonstrate what a great live performer he was. As a special bonus, we have also found space for some rare radio recordings and adverts from 1956. Enjoy! © 2014 Not Now Music ℗ 2014 Not Now Music . This is officially licensed content, not a copyright infringement. If you should have any objections, please get in touch with finetunes first.