With His Hot and Blue Guitar
Johnny Cash “With His Hot and Blue Guitar” is the debut album from the Man in Black, featuring hits like "I Walk The Line" and "Folsom Prison Blues". Released in 1957, it was the first LP ever issued on Sam Phillips’ Sun Records label. Pressed on high quality black vinyl.
Sun Records Does Hank Williams
All Aboard The Blue Train
Sings The Songs That Made Him Famous
Best Of Sun Records Sessions LP
A Frenzy Of Dance Music 180g Vinyl
Instruments mostly recorded at Southern Ground in Nashville, played by these superb musicians: Kenny Vaughan, electric guitar; Viktor Krauss, upright and electric bass; Michael Ford, piano and keyboards; Jim Hoke, pedal steel and saxes; Fred Eltringham, drums. Produced by Sandra Boynton, mixed by Boynton & Ford, mastered by the legendary Bob Ludwig.
Hog Wild! is Boynton’s sixth album, created with long-time writing partner, Michael Ford. Their celebrated albums have sold over 3 million copies, and have garnered a Grammy nomination, two Gold record albums and one Platinum (Philadelphia Chickens.)
This is their first release on vinyl, with a sturdy full-color gatefold sleeve designed and illustrated by Boynton. Includes all the lyrics. Deluxe 180g black vinyl, pressed by Furnace Pressing.
Sunday Down South
Once again, Johnny Cash teams up with Jerry Lee Lewis to deliver a power-packed, one-of-a-kind release. The legends delve into their gospel roots, revisiting the great standards such as "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" and "Give Me That Old Time Religion," as well as interpreting the New Orleans favorite "When the Saints Go Marching In." While the songs are not all traditional gospel favorites, the blend of folksy Sunday-afternoon-drive music makes for a winning package.
Pop The Clutch White Vinyl
Sings The Songs That Made Him Famous - Digipack CD
Originally released in 1958 on Sun Records, Johnny Cash's second album was a smash success, with singles such as "I Walk The Line", "Guess Things Happen That Way", and "Ballad of a Teenage Queen" shooting to the top of the charts and earning Cash a reputation as one of country's greatest songwriters and performers. The Man In Black is accompanied by Luther Perkins and Marshall Grant, known at the time as The Tennessee Two. The album was produced by Sun Records founder, Sam Phillips, and Jack Clement.
Lucky Wheel Smoke Vinyl
Best Of The Sun Records Sessions LP
At The Rock House
A Frenzy Of Dance Music CD
With His Hot And Blue Guitar CD
Johnny Cash “With His Hot and Blue Guitar” is the debut album from the Man in Black, featuring hits like "I Walk The Line" and "Folsom Prison Blues". Released in 1957, it was the first LP ever issued on Sam Phillips’ Sun Records label.