American Recordings V

can IV: The Man Comes Around" machte, soll am 4 Juli veröffentlicht werden. Neben Coverversionen wie Bruce Springsteens "Further On (Up the Road)," Gordon Lightfoots "If You Could Read My Mind," Hank Williams‘ "On the Evening Train," Rod McKuen’s "Love’s Been Good To Me" und dem traditionellen Gesang "God’s Gonna Cut You Down" wird neben dem Song "I Came to Believe" mit "Like the 309" auch der letzte Song enthalten sein, den Johnny Cash vor seinem Tod im September 2003 schrieb.

Auf billboard.com berichtet Rick Rubin über das Album und die Arbeiten daran: "These songs are Johnny’s final statement. They are the truest reflection of the music that was central to his life at the time. This is the music that Johnny wanted us to hear.
I think that ‚American V‘ may be my favorite of all of the albums in the American series. It’s different from the others, it has a much different character. I think that this is as strong an album as Johnny ever made.
Johnny said that recording was his main reason for being alive. And I think it was the only thing that kept him going, the only thing he had to look forward to.
We felt Johnny’s presence during the whole process through to the end. It felt like he was directing the proceedings, and I know that the musicians all felt that as well… More than once, Fergie and I would look at each other and say ‚Johnny would love this,‘ because it was so good and so different from anything we’d done before, we knew he would be excited by what was happening."

"American V: A Hundred Highways", das fünfte Album aus der American Recordings-Reihe von Johnny Cash, an dessen Aufnahmen er sich direkt nach der Fertigstellung von "American IV: The Man Comes Around" machte, soll am 4 Juli veröffentlicht werden. Neben Coverversionen wie Bruce Springsteens "Further On (Up the Road)," Gordon Lightfoots "If You Could Read My Mind," Hank Williams‘ "On the Evening Train," Rod McKuen’s "Love’s Been Good To Me" und dem traditionellen Gesang "God’s Gonna Cut You Down" wird neben dem Song "I Came to Believe" mit "Like the 309" auch der letzte Song enthalten sein, den Johnny Cash vor seinem Tod im September 2003 schrieb.nnAuf billboard.com berichtet Rick Rubin über das Album und die Arbeiten daran: "These songs are Johnny’s final statement. They are the truest reflection of the music that was central to his life at the time. This is the music that Johnny wanted us to hear.nI think that ‚American V‘ may be my favorite of all of the albums in the American series. It’s different from the others, it has a much different character. I think that this is as strong an album as Johnny ever made.nJohnny said that recording was his main reason for being alive. And I think it was the only thing that kept him going, the only thing he had to look forward to.nWe felt Johnny’s presence during the whole process through to the end. It felt like he was directing the proceedings, and I know that the musicians all felt that as well… More than once, Fergie and I would look at each other and say ‚Johnny would love this,‘ because it was so good and so different from anything we’d done before, we knew he would be excited by what was happening."

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