We’ve always loved the Johnny Cash song Ring of Fire. While the original version will always be a classic, we have to say that Luna Lee’s cover version played on the gayageum sounds great, replacing the mariachi-style trumpets with an Asian-flavored country twang.
It Burns Burns Burns!Leo Moracchioli lights his studio on fire with his rendition of the Johnny Cash classic Ring of Fire. While he adds his typical growls and grunts, he preserves the song’s mariachi-inspired brass sounds.
It’s Baby Metal meets Johnny Cash meets Randy “Macho Man” Savage meets Jushin “Thunder” Liger in remix master DJ Cummerbund’s latest combo. Yes, it’s this candy-coated concoction is insane as it sounds, and it’s delightful.
Aussie pianist Josh Cohen is back with another beautiful cover version – this time expanding on Nine Inch Nails and Johnny Cash’sHurt with a moving and engrossing 11-minute arrangement of Trent Reznor’s dark and disturbing track.
Ever listened to Johnny Cash’s take of I’ve Been Everywhere and pondered just how far the man in black’s travels took him? This site provides a great visualization of the far-flung places he wandered to from that dusty Winnemucca Road.
Contrary to what Jesse Morris says at the start of his subway performance of Sunday Morning Coming Down, he sure as hell sounds like Johnny Cash to us. Sadly, like Johnny, Jesse is no longer with us. R.I.P.
The Man in Black’s essential, gritty prison albums are back on vinyl – the way they were meant to be heard. Get locked up in Folsom or San Quentin. No turntable? Nab the CDs – but you won’t be as cool.