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Icon, Vol. 2
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Album: Icon, Vol. 2
# Song Title   Time
1)    I Walk the Line
2)    Night Hank Williams Came to Town, The
3)    Sixteen Tons
4)    Long Black Veil
5)    Cry! Cry! Cry!
6)    Guess Things Happen That Way
7)    Get Rhythm
8)    Ring of Fire
9)    Folsom Prison Blues
10)    Hey Porter
11)    Wanted Man
1)    Tennessee Flat Top Box
2)    Ballad of a Teenage Queen - (featuring Rosanne Cash/The Everly Brothers)
3)    Don't Go Near the Water
4)    Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down
5)    I'm an Easy Rider
6)    I Still Miss Someone
7)    Greatest Cowboy of Them All, The
8)    Water from the Wells of Home - (featuring John Carter Cash)
9)    Don't Take Your Guns to Town
10)    Family Bible
11)    Goin' by the Block
 

Album: Icon, Vol. 2
# Song Title   Time
1)    I Walk the Line
2)    Night Hank Williams Came to Town, The
3)    Sixteen Tons
4)    Long Black Veil
5)    Cry! Cry! Cry!
6)    Guess Things Happen That Way
7)    Get Rhythm
8)    Ring of Fire
9)    Folsom Prison Blues
10)    Hey Porter
11)    Wanted Man
1)    Tennessee Flat Top Box
2)    Ballad of a Teenage Queen - (featuring Rosanne Cash/The Everly Brothers)
3)    Don't Go Near the Water
4)    Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down
5)    I'm an Easy Rider
6)    I Still Miss Someone
7)    Greatest Cowboy of Them All, The
8)    Water from the Wells of Home - (featuring John Carter Cash)
9)    Don't Take Your Guns to Town
10)    Family Bible
11)    Goin' by the Block
 
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  • Johnny Cash didn't have any hits while he was at Mercury, which is the era that's chronicled on Universal's double-disc set Icon. Between 1987 and 1991, he recorded five albums for the label, including a 1988 LP called Classic Cash: Hall of Fame Series, which is the source for the classic Sun and Columbia hits here. These aren't the originals but they're not terrible, and the same can generally be said for these recordings. Often characterized as Cash being lost in the wilderness, they're his forgotten material -- it's the only phase of his career that has no advocates -- but this nicely chosen collection salvages the best from a bumpy time. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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