Johnny Cash - The Rambler

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Posted on Thu, 05/28/2015 - 6:19am
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Release Type

Studio Album

Release Year

1977

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Label

CBS

 

Album Overview

The Rambler is the 56th album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released in 1977 on Columbia Records. A concept album about travelling, its songs, in between, include dialogue between Cash and hitchhikers picked up or other people he meets during the album's cross-country trip. It is the last, and one of the few Johnny Cash albums to only feature songs written by Cash himself. It is also his last non-religious concept album, and was included on the Bear Family box set Come Along and Ride This TrainThe Rambler reached #31 on the country album charts; the two singles, "Lady" and "After the Ball", had minor chart success.

Tracks

TrackTitleDuration
1Hit The Road And Go2:26
2Dialogue #12:40
3If It Wasn't For The Wabash River2:39
4Dialogue #22:27
5Lady3:09
6Dialogue #32:32
7After The Ball3:02
8Dialogue #42:05
9No Earthly Good3:02
10Dialogue #51:53
11A Wednesday Car2:27
12Dialogue #60:59
13My Cowboy's Last Ride2:40
14Dialogue #72:50
15Calilou3:32
16Dialogue #81:25

Personnel

  • Johnny Cash - vocals, guitar
  • Bob Wootton, Jerry Hensley - electric guitar
  • Ray Edenton, Jack Routh - flat top guitar
  • Marshall Grant - bass guitar
  • W.S. Holland - drums
  • Earl Ball - piano
  • Mark Morris - percussion
  • Michael Bacon - cello

Credits

  • Arrangements by Cam Mullins
  • Written and directed by Johnny Cash
  • Produced by Charlie Bragg, Jack Routh and Johnny Cash

Actors

  • Johnny Cash - The Rambler
  • Jack Routh - The Fisherman
  • Kathleen Brimm - The Cowgirl
  • Carlene Routh, Rosanne Cash - Bargirls
 

Attribution

The Rambler (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia : taken from - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rambler_(album)
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