Johnny Cash with His Hot and Blue Guitar is the debut album by American recording artist Johnny Cash, released on October 11, 1957. The album contained four of his hit singles: "I Walk the Line," "Cry! Cry! Cry!," "So Doggone Lonesome," and "Folsom Prison Blues.
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The album includes four of his biggest hits: I Walk the Line, Cry! Cry! Cry!, So Doggone Lonesome and Folsom Prison Blues. This one was also the first LP ever released by Sun Records label. In 1955, when Cash first auditioned for being signed under the label, he failed to impress its founder Sam Philips after presenting himself as a gospel singer. Cash was told to come back with a more commercial sound, as gospel wouldn’t sell. He returned with the songs Hey Porter! and Cry! Cry! Cry! and subsequently released them as his debut singles on Sun Records in July 1955
Johnny Cash's first album, released on Sun in 1957, is a little more folkloric and traditional than what he put on most of his singles, though not pronouncedly so. In fact, four of the tracks ("I Walk the Line," "Cry! Cry! Cry!," "So Doggone Lonesome," and "Folsom Prison Blues") had already been hit singles
Johnny Cash – Johnny Cash With His Hot And Blue Guitar! Label: Sun Record Company – LP 1220. With His Hot And Blue Guitar (CD, Album, RE). ORG Music, Sun Record Company, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. ORGM-2010, LP-1220, none.
Album · 1957 · 12 Songs. Ultimate Waylon Jennings.
The album contained four of his hit singles: "I Walk the Line," "Cry! Cry! Cry!," "So Doggone Lonesome," and "Folsom Prison Blues.
Better than the debut of Elvis? Johnny Cash with His Hot and Blue Guitar is the debut album of Johnny Cash, released on October 11, 1957. The original vinyl of ‘with His Hot and Blue Guitar’ is 27 minutes and 40 seconds long and packs more quality into that short time span than many of the big acts of modern times could ever manage. Folsom Prison Blues’ offers up the iconic lyric, When I was just a baby my mama told me, Son, Always be a good boy, don't ever play with guns, But I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die later performed at Folsom Prison itself and resulting in a loud cheer from the prisoners. This track seems to me to be the first step on his path to becoming ‘The Man In Black’.
Other productions from Johnny Cash. American VI: Ain't No Grave.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||The Rock Island Line||2:08|
|A2||I Heard That Lonesome Whistle
Written-By – Williams*, Davis*
|A4||If The Good Lord's Willing
Written-By – Jerry Reed
|A5||Cry, Cry, Cry||2:25|
Written-By – Hamblen*
|B1||So Doggone Lonesome||2:33|
|B2||I Was There When It Happened
Written-By – Jones*, Davis*
|B3||I Walk The Line||2:42|
|B4||The Wreck Of Old '97||1:42|
|B5||Folsom Prison Blues||2:47|
|B6||Doin' My Time
Written-By – Jimmie Skinner
- Written-By – John R. Cash* (tracks: A1, A3, A5, B1, B3 to B5)
Notes180 gram red vinyl, blue labels
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 57147E1/A (stamped)
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 57147E2/A (stamped)
|LP 1220, LP-1220, 1220||Johnny Cash||With His Hot And Blue Guitar (LP, Album)||Sun , Sun , Sun||LP 1220, LP-1220, 1220||US||1957|
|HAM-S 6035||Johnny Cash||With His Hot And Blue Guitar (LP, Album)||London Records||HAM-S 6035||New Zealand||1957|
|DOS591||Johnny Cash||With His Hot And Blue Guitar (LP, Album, RE, RP)||Dol||DOS591||Europe||2014|
|ORGM-2010-2||Johnny Cash||With His Hot And Blue Guitar (CD, Album, RE)||ORG Music, Sun Record Company||ORGM-2010-2||US||2014|
|ORGM-2010, LP-1220, none||Johnny Cash||With His Hot And Blue Guitar (CD, Album, RE)||ORG Music, Sun Record Company, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store||ORGM-2010, LP-1220, none||US||2014|