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0307338452
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978-0307338457
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Rolling Stone Magazine
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Johnny Cash is a giant of American music. Since its inception in the late 1960s, Rolling Stone has followed Cash's career, writing about him in settings that ranged from San Quentin prison to a glitzy Vegas hotel.

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SINNER. SAINT. OUTLAW. REBEL. VOICE OF PROTEST. MAN OF FAITH.Johnny Cash is a giant of American music. Since its inception in the late 1960s, Rolling Stone has followed Cash’s career, writing about him in settings that ranged from the San Quentin prison to a glitzy Vegas hotel. In a testament to his life, the editors of Rolling Stone magazine have compiled Cash, a stunning tribute to a man whose legacy is exceeded only by his legend. Bringing together personal recollections from those who knew him best and insights of some of America’s finest music journalists, Cash features:• A moving foreword by daughter Rosanne, revealing a loving and devoted dad who taught his kids to water-ski and dished out homemade ice cream for them on summer evenings.• Valentines to his daughters from the road and many never-before-published photographs from the Cash family archive.• A visit with Johnny and June’s only son, John Carter Cash, which offers an intimate look at his parents’ drive to create new music until the very end of their lives.• “The Man in Black,” a lengthy and thoughtful examination of the full scope of Cash’s life and work, by Mikal Gilmore.• An exhaustive annotated discography compiled by Greg Kot, highlighting both the classics and the hidden treasures among the hundreds of albums Cash recorded.• Personal tributes from a wide array of friends and admirers, including Bob Dylan, Bono, Merle Haggard, Al Gore, Emmylou Harris, Tom Petty, Sheryl Crow, and Steve Earle.Through the years, Rolling Stone has treated Cash not just as a country music star but as a rock-and-roll icon whose drug-fueled antics, black clothes, and rebel stance have made him a hero to generation after generation of rock fans. But more than the Man in Black image, it is the substance of Cash’s work that has made him one of the greatest musical figures of the past fifty years—the resonance of his deep voice, the fighting spirit of his lyrics, the driving beat of his simple, powerful songs, and his commitment to social justice. Cash is the essential tribute to this great American man.
Reviews:
  • Iell
I am a long time Cash fan and I really enjoyed this book. It had great pictures and writing, If you like Johnny Cash I would definitely recommend this book.
  • Vonalij
I like it for the article of Johnny cash
  • Tehn
Good
  • Urtte
thanks! Great book! A++++ Seller I love the book, great shape and a good read! If you love Johnny you need this book
  • Orevise
I have been a Johnny Cash fan from the beginning.From the days of "Hey Porter" and "Cry,Cry,Cry" ,"Folsom Prison","I Walk the Line","Man In Black" ,in the late 50's;"Don't Take Your Guns to Town", "I still Miss Someone","Ring of Fire","Jackson",The Prison Albums of the 60's;"The Highwaymen of the 80's and the The Comeback Years of 1994-2003 with "American Recordings","Solitary Man","The Man Comes Around", and "Hurt" with Rick Rubin;the TV Shows,the Movies,and the incredibly interesting stories of his marriages,life on the road,his struggles with drugs and on and on made him one of the greatest entertainers and musical legends of our time.
I saw him perfom in Montreal in the late 60's as he made his comeback.At that time he had with him as an opening act,"The Statlers".The last time I saw him perform live was here in Toronto in the 80's ,when he has his son John Carter,a teenager at the time,and his wonderful wife of over 40 years June,who was an equally fascinating entertainer.
This book captures his life and career as well as can be imagined.It covers his personal life ,his deep faith,as well as his career.The photographs alone make this a book any fan will treasure.
Johnny Cash had as complicated and deep a character and mind that anyone could imagine.We loved him,even though we could never fully understand his complexity.
The book deals intimately with him and his family and the close friends from the days growing up on a farm in Arkansas,his time in the Air Force,his time at Sun Records,his time at Columbia,TV Show,the time when his career was almost over,and finally the last decade or so when he virtually was reborn with the help of Rick Rubin.
Cash tells us what was on his mind during his career and what he was trying to do with his music in the most intimate details possible.He holds nothing back.
There is a section of the book titled "Remembering Johnny Cash" where his personal friends give intimate thoughts of what it was to know,love and work with Cash.Included are Bob Dylan,Merle Haggard,Kris Kristofferson,Bono,Al Gore,Jerry Lee Lewis,Marty Stuart,Emmylou Harris,Mark Romanek,Sheryl Crow,Steve Earle,Tom Petty,and that is only a smidgeon of the people in Cash's world,and there could be thousands of others who could have given similar remembrances.What a life Cash led,and how much he gave to all who were part of it,both personally or simply as fans.
The book is filled with intimate quotations,but to me the most interesting quote of all is;

"There's unconditional love there",says Cash about his marriage."You hear that phrase a lot,but it's real with me and her.She loves me in spite of everything,in spite of myself.She has saved my life more than once.She's always been there with her love,and it has certainly made me forget the pain for a long time,many times.When it gets dark,and everybody's gone home and the lights are turned off,it's just me and her."

George Jones said it all with his song,
"Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes?"

Johnny Cash doesn't have to manage darkness any more- he is in it now,whatever its nature might be,whether it is of God or nothing.He's out there with a lot of other good and bad men,with the ghosts of poets and fugitives and all those somewhere in between.He had a way of speaking to them all.
  • Hiylchis
The value of this book is in the perspective afforded by the compilation format. Included are chapters taken from articles formerly published in Rolling Stone magazine, chapters pulled from Johnny's autobiography and numerous other sources. I've got all of the Rolling Stone articles but bought the book so I could have it all together in one source. Not all of the writing is top notch, but there are plenty of gems to be found. A generous sampling of photographs are provided also. I'm being generous with the 5 star rating - it's probably worth a solid 4 but the subject adds a bonus in itself.
  • Steamy Ibis
Outside of Cash's own autobiographies, most of the biographies dealing with Johnny Cash are none too good. This one isn't really detailed enough but it's good for quick info and the articles from Rolling Stone are very well written. Definitly worth a look if you're a Cash fan.
Outstanding book for the Johnny Cash fan, as well as interesting and enjoyable for the non-fan. Lots of concert photos in addition to wonderful family photos, which give you a real sense of who Johhny was. The text is both in-depth and interesting, most enjoyable to read. Loved it!