Tracklist

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CD 1: Win, Place and Show: The Hits
# Title Rating Length
1 I Walk the Line 4.35 2:45
2 There You Go 2:18
3 Home of the Blues 3 2:40
4 Ballad of a Teenage Queen 2:12
5 Guess Things Happen That Way 3.65 1:51
6 The Ways of a Woman in Love 2:16
7 Don't Take Your Guns to Town 4 3:04
8 Ring of Fire 4.3 2:37
9 The Matador 2:46
10 Understand Your Man 2:43
11 The Ballad of Ira Hayes 4 4:09
12 Orange Blossom Special 4 3:08
13 The One on the Right Is on the Left 2:48
14 Rosanna's Going Wild 1:59
15 Folsom Prison Blues 4.2 2:45
16 Daddy Sang Bass 3 2:21
17 A Boy Named Sue 4 3:46
18 What Is Truth 2:38
19 Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down 2.65 4:08
20 Flesh and Blood 2:37
21 Man in Black 3.35 2:53
22 A Thing Called Love 2:33
23 Kate 2:17
24 Oney 3:05
25 Any Old Wind That Blows 2:47
26 One Piece at a Time 4 4:02
27 (Ghost) Riders in the Sky 4.35 3:46
CD 2: Old Favorites and New
# Title Rating Length
1 Hey Porter 3.35 2:14
2 Cry! Cry! Cry! 3 2:25
3 Luther Played the Boogie 3 2:04
4 Get Rhythm 3.35 2:15
5 Give My Love to Rose 2:45
6 I Was There When It Happened 2:16
7 Big River 3 2:32
8 I Still Miss Someone 4 2:36
9 Pickin' Time 3 1:58
10 The Man on the Hill 2:09
11 Five Feet High and Rising 3.5 1:47
12 Tennessee Flat-Top Box 3:00
13 I Got Stripes 2:05
14 Troublesome Waters 3:52
15 The Long Black Veil 4 3:07
16 Dark as a Dungeon 2:29
17 The Wall 2:12
18 25 Minutes to Go 3:13
19 Cocaine Blues 2:52
20 Doin' My Time 4:14
21 I Will Rock and Roll With You 2:52
22 Without Love 3 2:30
23 The Big Light 2:42
24 Highway Patrolman 4 5:21
25 I'm Never Gonna Roam Again 2:35
26 When I'm Gray 3:33
27 Forever Young 6:16
CD 3: The Great American Songbook
# Title Rating Length
1 The Wreck of the Old 97 1:47
2 Rock Island Line 5 2:11
3 Goodnight Irene 2:41
4 Goodbye, Little Darlin' 2:15
5 Born to Lose 2:10
6 Walking the Blues 2:13
7 Frankie's Man, Johnny 2:18
8 Delia's Gone 3:02
9 In the Jailhouse Now 2:23
10 Waiting for a Train 2:08
11 Casey Jones 3:02
12 The Legend of John Henry's Hammer 4 8:26
13 I've Been Working on the Railroad 3:27
14 Sweet Betsy From Pike 3:18
15 The Streets of Laredo 3:41
16 Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie 2:28
17 Down in the Valley 3:11
18 Wabash Cannonball 2:40
19 The Great Speckled Bird 2:09
20 Wildwood Flower 2:12
21 Cotton Fields 2:34
22 Pick a Bale o' Cotton 1:59
23 Old Shep 3 2:23
24 I'll Be All Smiles Tonight 2:49
25 I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 2:40
26 Time Changes Everything 1:49
CD 4: Family and Friends
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Keep on the Sunny Side Johnny Cash feat. The Carter Family 2:16
2 Diamonds in the Rough Johnny Cash feat. Maybelle Carter 3:10
3 Peace in the Valley Johnny Cash feat. The Carter Family 2:49
4 Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord) Johnny Cash feat. The Carter Family 3 3:56
5 Another Man Done Gone Johnny Cash feat. Anita Carter 2:37
6 Pick the Wildwood Flower Johnny Cash feat. Maybelle Carter 2:59
7 Jackson Johnny Cash feat. June Carter Cash 4 2:47
8 If I Were a Carpenter Johnny Cash feat. June Carter Cash 4 3:01
9 Girl From the North Country Johnny Cash feat. Bob Dylan 3.8 3:42
10 One More Ride Johnny Cash feat. Marty Stuart 3:27
11 You Can't Beat Jesus Christ Johnny Cash feat. Billy Joe Shaver 3:40
12 There Ain't No Good Chain Gang Johnny Cash feat. Waylon Jennings 3:17
13 We Ought to Be Ashamed Johnny Cash feat. Elvis Costello 2:46
14 Crazy Old Soldier Johnny Cash feat. Ray Charles 3:34
15 Silver Haired Daddy of Mine Johnny Cash feat. Tommy Cash 2:49
16 Who's Gene Autry Johnny Cash feat. John Carter Cash 3:52
17 The Night Hank Williams Came to Town Johnny Cash feat. Waylon Jennings 3:24
18 I Walk the Line (Revisited) Johnny Cash feat. Rodney Crowell 3:51
19 Highwayman The Highwaymen 4.4 3:03
20 The Wanderer U2 feat. Johnny Cash 2.65 4:44
21 September When It Comes Johnny Cash feat. Rosanne Cash 3:40
22 Tears in the Holston River Johnny Cash feat. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 3:42
23 Far Side Banks of Jordan Johnny Cash feat. June Carter Cash 2:42
24 It Takes One to Know Me Johnny Cash feat. June Carter Cash & Carlene Carter 3:36

Credits

CD 1: Win, Place and Show: The Hits

recorded in:
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1963-03-25) (track 8)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1964-03 – 1964-06) (track 11)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1964-12-20) (track 12)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1968-07-30) (track 16)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1971-02-16) (track 21)
acoustic guitar:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1956-04-02) (track 1)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1958-08-13) (track 7)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1968-07-30) (track 16)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1971-02-16) (track 21)
mandocello:
Bob Johnson (American banjo player from Chattanooga, Tennessee) (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
fiddle:
Ricky Skaggs (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
electric bass guitar:
Marshall Grant (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Harman (1958-08-13) (track 7)
W.S. Holland (1968-07-30) (track 16)
W.S. Holland (1971-02-16) (track 21)
W.S. Holland (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
trumpet:
Jack Hale (trombone) (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
Wayne Jackson (trumpet/trombone (Memphis Horns/Mar-Keys)) (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
Bob Lewin (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
guitar:
Luther Perkins (1955-07-30) (track 15)
Jack Clement (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
Jerry Hensley (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
Jack Routh (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1955-07-30) (track 15)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
bass:
Marshall Grant (1958-08-13) (track 7)
Marshall Grant (1968-07-30) (track 16)
Marshall Grant (1971-02-16) (track 21)
banjo [banjo-lute]:
Bob Johnson (American banjo player from Chattanooga, Tennessee) (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
double bass:
Marshall Grant (1955-07-30) (track 15)
Marshall Grant (1956-04-02) (track 1)
electric guitar:
Luther Perkins (1956-04-02) (track 1)
Luther Perkins (1958-08-13) (track 7)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (1968-07-30) (track 16)
Luther Perkins (1968-07-30) (track 16)
Bob Wootton (1971-02-16) (track 21)
Bob Wootton (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
percussion:
Mark Morris (drummer & percussionist) (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
hammered dulcimer:
Alisa Jones (US hammered dulcimer player) (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
piano:
Earl Poole Ball (US country pianist) (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
French horn:
Jack Hale (trombone) (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
Bob Lewin (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
background vocals:
The Carter Family (later generations of the family after 1943) (1968-07-30) (track 16)
Jan Howard (1968-07-30) (track 16)
The Statler Brothers (1968-07-30) (track 16)
composer:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (tracks 2, 7, 10, 15, 21)
Wayne Kemp (track 26)
Kris Kristofferson (track 19)
Peter La Farge (track 11)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (track 16)
Jerry Reed (track 22)
Ervin Thomas Rouse (track 12)
Shel Silverstein (track 17)
Stan Jones (US songwriter and actor "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky") (1948-06-05) (track 27)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (1956) (track 1)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1970) (track 20)
Jack Clement (tracks 4–5)
engineer:
Chuck Bragg (track 26)
Danny Jones (engineer) (track 26)
Roger Tucker (engineer) (track 26)
Charlie Bragg (track 26)
lyricist:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (tracks 2, 7, 10, 15, 21)
Wayne Kemp (track 26)
Kris Kristofferson (track 19)
Peter La Farge (track 11)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (track 16)
Jerry Reed (track 22)
Ervin Thomas Rouse (track 12)
Shel Silverstein (track 17)
Stan Jones (US songwriter and actor "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky") (1948-06-05) (track 27)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (1956) (track 1)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1970) (track 20)
Jack Clement (tracks 4–5)
performer:
The Carter Family (later generations of the family after 1943) (tracks 8, 12)
Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (track 12)
Boots Randolph (track 12)
phonographic copyright by:
Frank Jones (producer for Columbia, often with Don Law; also singer/songwiter) (1964) (track 10)
Don Law (1964) (track 10)
producer:
Brian Ahern (track 27)
Charlie Bragg (track 26)
Don Davis (guitarist, producer & arranger) (track 26)
Bob Johnston (American record producer) (tracks 1, 15–20)
Frank Jones (producer for Columbia, often with Don Law; also singer/songwiter) (tracks 8, 10–13)
Don Law (tracks 7–8, 10–13)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (tracks 1–2, 15)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 21)
Jack Clement (tracks 3–6)
vocals:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1955-07-30) (track 15)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1956-04-02) (track 1)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1958-08-13) (track 7)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1968-07-30) (track 16)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1971-02-16) (track 21)
The Carter Family (later generations of the family after 1943) (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
Jan Howard (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
writer:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 9)
June Carter Cash (American Country singer and songwriter) (tracks 8–9, 14)
Anita Carter (track 14)
Helen Carter (country singer) (track 14)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (tracks 3, 18)
Jerry Chesnut (track 24)
Jack Clement (track 13)
Dick Feller (track 25)
Glen Douglas (track 3)
Bill Justis (track 6)
Merle Kilgore (track 8)
Lillie McAlpin (track 3)
Charlie Rich (track 6)
Marty Robbins (track 23)
phonographic copyright by:
Sun Entertainment Corporation (1956) (tracks 1–2)
Sun Record Company (1956) (track 1)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1958) (track 7)
Sun Entertainment Corporation (1958) (tracks 4–5)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1963) (track 8)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1964) (tracks 10–11)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1965) (track 12)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1966) (track 13)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1968) (track 16)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1970) (tracks 19–20)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1971) (track 21)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1976) (track 26)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1976) (track 26)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1977) (track 8)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1979) (track 27)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (2007) (track 16)
publisher:
Aberbach (London) (Publisher) (tracks 1, 15)
Carlin Music (track 2)
Carlin Music Corporation (tracks 1, 15)
Hill & Range (track 1)
Hill and Range Southwind Mus S A (BMI-affiliated) (track 1)
House of Cash, Inc. (BMI-affiliated, publisher for works of Johnny Cash) (track 1)
Revega Music (track 27)
Sixteen Stars Music (track 22)
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (track 27)
recorded at:
Bradley Recording Studios (aka the "Quonset Hut") in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1958-08-13) (track 7)
mash-ups:
Just a Baby by Neil Cicierega (track 15)
sampled by:
arrangements:
El Matador (translated) (track 9)
Fuego D'Amor (Anillo De Fuego) (translated) (track 8)
Wer Kennt Den Weg (translated) (track 1)
cover recording of:
A Thing Called Love (track 22)
Kate (track 23)
Oney (track 24)
Ring of Fire (1963-03-25) (track 8)
The Ballad of Ira Hayes (1964-03 – 1964-06) (track 11)
Orange Blossom Special (1964-12-20) (track 12)
Daddy Sang Bass (1968-07-30) (track 16)
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend (1979-02 – 1979-04) (track 27)
is based on:
Crescent City Blues (track 15)
is the basis for:
SAM Song (track 27)
later parody versions:
Donnie Prison Blues (track 15)
I Cross the Line (track 1)
I Walk The Line #3 (track 1)
The Cats of Cash (tracks 1, 7, 15)
later translated versions:
A Boy Named Sue (french version) (track 17)
Aaveratsastajat (track 27)
Folsom Prison Blues (German version) (track 15)
Is dat effe 'n sof (track 22)
Jou blijf ik trouw (track 1)
Man in zwart (track 21)
Mijn naam is Mien (track 17)
Pappa sjunger bas (track 16)
Ring aus Feuer (track 8)
Ring van vuur (track 8)
Verkko heiluu (track 27)
Yölinjalla (track 1)
Zondagmiddag Lilian (track 19)
later versions:
Ring aus Feuer (track 8)
live cover recording of:
recording of:
A Boy Named Sue (track 17)
Flesh and Blood (track 20)
One Piece at a Time (track 26)
Understand Your Man (1964 song) (track 10)
What Is Truth? (track 18)
Folsom Prison Blues (1955-07-30) (track 15)
I Walk the Line (1956-04-02) (track 1)
There You Go (1956-05-08) (track 2)
Home of the Blues (1957-07 – 1957-08) (track 3)
Ballad of a Teenage Queen (1957-11-12) (track 4)
Guess Things Happen That Way (1958-04 – 1958-05) (track 5)
Don’t Take Your Guns to Town (1958-08-13) (track 7)
The Matador (1963-06-13) (track 9)
Man in Black (1971-02-16) (track 21)
referred to in medleys:

CD 2: Old Favorites and New

recorded in:
Memphis, Tennessee, United States (1955-05) (track 2)
Memphis, Tennessee, United States (1957-08-04) (track 6)
Memphis, Tennessee, United States (1957-11-12) (track 7)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1958-08-13) (track 8)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1964-03-04) (track 14)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1964-12-17) (track 15)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1964-12-18) (track 17)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1965-03-12) (track 18)
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1969-07-19) (track 12)
acoustic guitar:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1955-05) (track 2)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1957-08-04) (track 6)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1957-11-12) (track 7)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1958-08-13) (tracks 8–9)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1964-03-04) (track 14)
mandocello:
Bob Johnson (American banjo player from Chattanooga, Tennessee) (1965-03-12) (track 18)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Harman (1958-08-13) (tracks 8–9)
W.S. Holland (1964-03-04) (track 14)
W.S. Holland (1965-03-12) (track 18)
W.S. Holland (1987-10-12 – 1987-12-10) (track 11)
dobro:
Norman Blake (bluegrass guitarist) (1964-03-04) (track 14)
guitar:
Luther Perkins (1956-04-02) (track 4)
Jack Clement (1957-11-12) (track 7)
Bob Johnson (American banjo player from Chattanooga, Tennessee) (1964-03-04) (track 14)
Jim Soldi (US country guitarist and producer) (1987-10-12 – 1987-12-10) (track 11)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1956-04-02) (track 4)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1965-03-12) (track 18)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1987-10-12 – 1987-12-10) (track 11)
bass:
Marshall Grant (1955-05) (track 2)
Marshall Grant (1957-11-12) (track 7)
Marshall Grant (1958-08-13) (tracks 8–9)
Marshall Grant (1964-03-04) (track 14)
Marshall Grant (1965-03-12) (track 18)
Jimmy Tittle (1987-10-12 – 1987-12-10) (track 11)
Marshall Grant (1957-08-04) (track 6)
double bass:
Marshall Grant (1956-04-02) (track 4)
electric guitar:
Luther Perkins (1955-05) (track 2)
Luther Perkins (1957-11-12) (track 7)
Luther Perkins (1958-08-13) (tracks 8–9)
Luther Perkins (1964-03-04) (track 14)
Luther Perkins (1965-03-12) (track 18)
Bob Wootton (1987-10-12 – 1987-12-10) (track 11)
Luther Perkins (1957-08-04) (track 6)
brass:
Jack Hale, Jr. (1987-10-12 – 1987-12-10) (track 11)
Bob Lewin (1987-10-12 – 1987-12-10) (track 11)
piano:
Earl Poole Ball (US country pianist) (1987-10-12 – 1987-12-10) (track 11)
assistant producer:
Dave Ferguson (engineer) (track 23)
background vocals:
Marshall Grant (1957-08-04) (track 6)
Luther Perkins (1957-08-04) (track 6)
The Carter Family (later generations of the family after 1943) (1964-03-04) (track 14)
composer:
T.J. Arnall (track 19)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (tracks 1–2, 4–5, 7–9, 11–13, 21)
Roy Cash Jr. (track 8)
Danny Dill (track 15)
Bob Dylan (track 27)
Harlan Howard (track 17)
Nick Lowe (UK singer/songwriter/instrumentalist/producer) (track 22)
Shel Silverstein (track 18)
Jimmie Skinner (track 20)
Merle Travis (track 16)
Marijohn Wilkin (track 15)
Charlie Williams (Country songwriter) (track 13)
Bruce Springsteen (1981 – 1982) (track 24)
lead vocals:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1987-10-12 – 1987-12-10) (track 11)
lyricist:
T.J. Arnall (track 19)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (tracks 1–2, 4–5, 7, 9, 11–13, 21)
Roy Cash Jr. (track 8)
Danny Dill (track 15)
Bob Dylan (track 27)
Harlan Howard (track 17)
Nick Lowe (UK singer/songwriter/instrumentalist/producer) (track 22)
Shel Silverstein (track 18)
Jimmie Skinner (track 20)
Merle Travis (track 16)
Marijohn Wilkin (track 15)
Charlie Williams (Country songwriter) (track 13)
Bruce Springsteen (1981 – 1982) (track 24)
performer:
The Tennessee Two (track 7)
phonographic copyright by:
Frank Jones (producer for Columbia, often with Don Law; also singer/songwiter) (1964) (track 14)
Don Law (1964) (track 14)
producer:
Brian Ahern (track 24)
Jack Clement (tracks 7, 23)
Frank Jones (producer for Columbia, often with Don Law; also singer/songwiter) (tracks 12, 14–15, 17–18)
Don Law (tracks 8–9, 12–15, 17–18)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (tracks 1–2, 4, 6)
Nick Lowe (UK singer/songwriter/instrumentalist/producer) (track 22)
vocals:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1955-05) (track 2)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1956-04-02) (track 4)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1957-08-04) (track 6)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1957-11-12) (track 7)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1958-08-13) (tracks 8–9)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1964-03-04) (track 14)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1965-03-12) (track 18)
The Statler Brothers (1965-03-12) (track 18)
writer:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (tracks 3, 10)
Chet Atkins (track 3)
Ezra J. Carter (track 14)
Elvis Costello (track 23)
Rodney Crowell (track 25)
Jimmie Davis (Singer and songwriter) (track 6)
Dixie Deen (track 14)
Hoyt Johnson (track 3)
Fern Jones (track 6)
Harlan Sanders (track 26)
Richard Scott (cowrote "Why Lady Why") (track 26)
phonographic copyright by:
Sun Entertainment Corporation (1955) (tracks 1–2)
Sun Record Company (1956) (track 4)
Sun Record Company (1957) (track 7)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1958) (track 8)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1959) (track 11)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1961) (track 12)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (2007) (track 14)
publisher:
Aberbach (London) (Publisher) (tracks 5, 8)
Carlin Music Corporation (tracks 1–2, 4)
Carlin Music (track 5)
Cedarwood Music (track 15)
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships) (track 14)
Hi Lo Music Inc. (track 7)
House of Cash, Inc. (BMI-affiliated, publisher for works of Johnny Cash) (track 7)
Knox Music Ltd. (track 3)
Knox Music, Inc. (track 7)
Ram’s Horn Music (track 27)
West One Music (production music label, prefix: WOM) (track 1)
recorded at:
Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa (Jack Clement's home studio in Nashville, Tennessee) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (track 23)
Bradley Recording Studios (aka the "Quonset Hut") in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1958-08-13) (tracks 8–9)
GCN Recording Studio in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1987-10-12 – 1987-12-10) (track 11)
mash-ups:
arrangement of:
Wo ist Zuhause, Mama (translated) (track 11)
arrangements:
Viel Zu Spät (translated) (track 13)
cover recording of:
Cocaine Blues (T.J. Arnall version) (track 19)
Dark as a Dungeon (track 16)
Forever Young (Bob Dylan song) (track 27)
Highway Patrolman (track 24)
The Big Light (track 23)
When I'm Gray (track 26)
The Long Black Veil (1964-12-17) (track 15)
The Wall (1964-12-18) (track 17)
is the basis for:
Lindschi (track 5)
later translated versions:
20 minuten geduld (track 18)
Für immer jung (track 27)
Gråt gråt gråt (track 2)
Hälsa min Marie (track 5)
Jeune pour toujours (track 27)
Yksi vain ei tuu (track 8)
later versions:
Cocaine Blues (Rev. Gary Davis arrangement) (track 19)
Forever Young (Rod Stewart arrangement) (track 27)
recording of:
Doing My Time (track 20)
The Man on the Hill (track 10)
Without Love (track 22)
Hey, Porter (1955-03-22) (track 1)
Cry! Cry! Cry! (1955-05) (track 2)
Get Rhythm (1956-04-02) (track 4)
I Was There When It Happened (1957-08-04) (track 6)
Big River (1957-11-12) (track 7)
I Still Miss Someone (1958-08-13) (track 8)
Pickin’ Time (1958-08-13) (track 9)
I Got Stripes (1959-07-06) (track 13)
Tennessee Flat Top Box (1963-07-19) (track 12)
Troublesome Waters (1964-03-04) (track 14)
25 Minutes to Go (1965-03-12) (track 18)
Five Feet High and Rising (1987-10-12 – 1987-12-10) (track 11)
version of:
Little Sadie (track 19)

CD 3: The Great American Songbook

recorded in:
Memphis, Tennessee, United States (1957-11-12) (track 3)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1959-03-12) (track 19)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1965-03-10) (tracks 15–16)
acoustic guitar:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1959-03-12) (track 19)
mandocello:
Bob Johnson (American banjo player from Chattanooga, Tennessee) (1965-03-10) (track 16)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Harman (1959-03-12) (track 19)
W.S. Holland (1965-03-10) (tracks 15–16)
guitar:
Bob Johnson (American banjo player from Chattanooga, Tennessee) (1965-03-10) (track 15)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1957-11-12) (track 3)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1965-03-10) (tracks 15–16)
bass:
Marshall Grant (1959-03-12) (track 19)
Marshall Grant (1965-03-10) (tracks 15–16)
electric guitar:
Luther Perkins (1959-03-12) (track 19)
Luther Perkins (1965-03-10) (tracks 15–16)
piano:
Marvin Hughes (1959-03-12) (track 19)
arranger:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 7)
Lead Belly (track 3)
John Lomax (track 3)
composer:
Frankie Brown (track 5)
June Carter Cash (American Country singer and songwriter) (track 12)
A.P. Carter (tracks 18, 20, 24)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 12)
Tommy Duncan (Western swing vocalist, songwriter and pianist) (track 26)
Red Foley (track 23)
Jimmie Rodgers (country music pioneer, died in 1933) (tracks 9–10)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 25)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 3, 7, 11, 13–17)
Roy Carter (country songwriter) (track 19)
William Kindt (track 18)
lyricist:
Frankie Brown (track 5)
June Carter Cash (American Country singer and songwriter) (track 12)
A.P. Carter (tracks 20, 24)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 12)
Tommy Duncan (Western swing vocalist, songwriter and pianist) (track 26)
Red Foley (track 23)
Jimmie Rodgers (country music pioneer, died in 1933) (tracks 9–10)
Guy Smith (Reverend) (track 19)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 25)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 3, 7, 11, 13–17)
producer:
Jack Clement (track 3)
Frank Jones (producer for Columbia, often with Don Law; also singer/songwiter) (tracks 9–10, 12, 15–16)
Don Law (tracks 9–10, 12, 15–16, 19)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (tracks 1–2)
vocals:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1957-11-12) (track 3)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1959-03-12) (track 19)
The Carter Family (later generations of the family after 1943) (1965-03-10) (tracks 15–16)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1965-03-10) (tracks 15–16)
The Statler Brothers (1965-03-10) (tracks 15–16)
writer:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (tracks 6, 8)
Gene Autry (track 4)
Robert Lunn (track 6)
Johnny Marvin (track 4)
Karl Silbersdorf (track 8)
Dick Toops (track 8)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 1, 22)
phonographic copyright by:
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (2007) (track 19)
publisher:
APRS (tracks 18, 20, 24)
Aberbach (London) (Publisher) (track 1)
Chappell (company that specialized in library and production music) (track 4)
Hiriam Music (track 25)
Lodlow Music (track 3)
Ludlow Music, Inc. (track 3)
Peer International (track 5)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (track 25)
Westpar Music (track 23)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 777) (order: 261) (track 1)
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 943) (order: 302) (track 17)
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 4228) (order: 492) (track 18)
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 11681) (order: 592) (track 3)
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 12606) (order: 598) (track 13)
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 23650) (order: 663) (track 15)
arrangement of:
Frankie and Johnny (traditional song, version of "Frankie and Albert") (track 7)
arrangements:
Down in the Valley (track 17)
cover recording of:
Casey Jones (track 11)
Cotton Fields (track 21)
Old Shep (track 23)
Wabash Cannonball (track 18)
Wildwood Flower (Carter family version) (track 20)
Wreck of the Old 97 (1957) (track 1)
Great Speckled Bird (1959-03-12) (track 19)
is the basis for:
Adios Irene (track 3)
Bury Me Not (track 16)
Goodnight, Irene (Raffi adaptation) (track 3)
Only the Heartaches (track 15)
Promised Land (track 18)
Roll On Columbia (track 3)
The Eyes of Texas (track 13)
The Oyster Pirate (track 15)
Vü föd ned (track 25)
later parody versions:
As I Walked Out (track 15)
Rock Island Line (Freberg Parody) (track 2)
later translated versions:
Bonsoir Lily (track 3)
Des filles et des garçons (Good Night Irene) (track 3)
Hineh Rakevet (track 13)
La Mort du cow-boy (track 16)
later versions:
Cowboy's Lament (Ken Maynard version) (track 15)
Great Speckled Bird (Jerry Lee Lewis version) (track 19)
recording of:
Born to Lose (track 5)
Delia's Gone (track 8)
Down in the Valley (track 17)
Frankie’s Man, Johnny (Johnny Cash arr.) (track 7)
Walking the Blues (track 6)
Rock Island Line (1957) (track 2)
Goodnight Irene (1957-11-12) (track 3)
Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (1965-03-10) (track 16)
Streets of Laredo (aka "Cowboy's Lament") (1965-03-10) (track 15)
referred to in medleys:
The Fighters of Korea (order: 4) (track 18)
translated version of:
version of:
I'll Twine 'mid the Ringlets (parlour song, source for Wildwood Flower) (track 20)
The Unfortunate Rake (Roud 2; Laws Q26 / B1) (track 15)

CD 4: Family and Friends

additionally recorded in:
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (2004-11) (track 24)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (2004-11) (track 24)
recorded in:
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1962-08-21) (track 4)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1967-01-11) (track 7)
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1969-08-20) (track 8)
Hendersonville, Tennessee, United States (1976-07-06) (track 23)
Hendersonville, Tennessee, United States (1977-02-08) (track 24)
acoustic guitar:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1962-08-21) (track 4)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1976-07-06) (track 23)
drums (drum set):
W.S. Holland (1962-08-21) (track 4)
W.S. Holland (1976-07-06) (track 23)
five-string banjo [five-string banjo lute]:
Bob Johnson (American banjo player from Chattanooga, Tennessee) (1962-08-21) (track 4)
synthesizer:
The Edge (U2 guitarist David Evans) (track 20)
guitar:
Jerry Hensley (1976-07-06) (track 23)
Jack Routh (1976-07-06) (track 23)
Bob Dylan (track 9)
bass:
Marshall Grant (1962-08-21 – 1968-08-21) (track 4)
Marshall Grant (1976-07-06) (track 23)
electric guitar:
Luther Perkins (1962-08-21) (track 4)
Bob Wootton (1976-07-06) (track 23)
percussion:
Farrell Morris (1976-07-06) (track 23)
electronic instruments:
Flood (British producer Mark Ellis) (track 20)
piano:
Bill Pursell (1962-08-21) (track 4)
Larry McCoy (1976-07-06) (track 23)
autoharp:
Mother Maybelle Carter (1962-08-21) (track 4)
additional synthesizer:
Brian Eno (track 20)
additional vocals:
June Carter Cash (American Country singer and songwriter) (track 8)
assistant engineer:
Ken Criblez (track 19)
Larry Greenhill (track 19)
assistant producer:
Dave Ferguson (engineer) (track 17)
background vocals:
The Carter Family (later generations of the family after 1943) (1962-08-21) (track 4)
The Edge (U2 guitarist David Evans) (track 20)
composer:
Bono (singer of U2) (track 20)
A.P. Carter (tracks 1–2, 6)
Tim Hardin (track 8)
Jerry Leiber (track 7)
Bob Nolan (Western songwriter) (track 10)
Billy Joe Shaver (track 11)
Jimmy Webb (US songwriter, composer, producer, pianist & singer) (tracks 19, 19)
Billy Edd Wheeler (track 7)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 4)
Thomas A. Dorsey (gospel musician aka “Georgia Tom”) (1937) (track 3)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (1956) (track 18)
Bob Dylan (1963-01) (track 9)
Adam Clayton (track 20)
The Edge (U2 guitarist David Evans) (track 20)
Larry Mullen, Jr. (track 20)
engineer:
David Cherry (track 19)
Chips Moman (track 19)
guest lead vocals:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 20)
guest vocals:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 9)
instruments:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 7)
lyricist:
Bono (singer of U2) (track 20)
A.P. Carter (tracks 1–2, 6)
Tim Hardin (track 8)
Jerry Leiber (track 7)
Bob Nolan (Western songwriter) (track 10)
Billy Joe Shaver (track 11)
Jimmy Webb (US songwriter, composer, producer, pianist & singer) (tracks 19, 19)
Billy Edd Wheeler (track 7)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 4)
Thomas A. Dorsey (gospel musician aka “Georgia Tom”) (1937) (track 3)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (1956) (track 18)
Bob Dylan (1963-01) (track 9)
performer:
John Carter Cash (track 16)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 19)
Bob Dylan (track 9)
June Carter Cash (American Country singer and songwriter) (tracks 7–8, 23–24)
The Carter Family (later generations of the family after 1943) (tracks 1, 3–4)
Anita Carter (track 5)
Mother Maybelle Carter (tracks 2, 6)
Tommy Cash (American singer-songwriter) (track 15)
Ray Charles (soul musician, singer and songwriter) (track 14)
Elvis Costello (track 13)
Rodney Crowell (track 18)
Waylon Jennings (tracks 12, 17, 19)
Kris Kristofferson (track 19)
Willie Nelson (track 19)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (United States country rock) (track 22)
Marty Stuart (track 10)
Billy Joe Shaver (track 11)
Carlene Carter (track 24)
Rosanne Cash (track 21)
producer:
Charlie Bragg (tracks 23–24)
John Carter Cash (track 24)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 23)
Jack Clement (track 17)
Brian Eno (track 20)
Flood (British producer Mark Ellis) (track 20)
Bob Johnston (American record producer) (tracks 8–9)
Frank Jones (producer for Columbia, often with Don Law; also singer/songwiter) (tracks 4–5, 7)
Don Law (tracks 4–5, 7)
Chips Moman (track 19)
Jack Routh (track 24)
The Edge (U2 guitarist David Evans) (track 20)
spoken vocals:
Charlie Williams (Country songwriter) (track 17)
vocals:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 7)
Bob Dylan (track 9)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1962-08-21) (track 4)
June Carter Cash (American Country singer and songwriter) (1976-07-06) (track 23)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1976-07-06) (track 23)
June Carter Cash (American Country singer and songwriter) (track 7)
writer:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (tracks 5, 16, 22)
Gene Autry (track 15)
Bobby Braddock (track 17)
Hal Bynum (track 12)
Carlene Carter (track 24)
Rosanne Cash (track 21)
Vera Hall (track 5)
George Jones (US country music vocalist) (track 13)
Paul Kennerley (track 14)
David Kirby (American session guitarist and singer/songwriter) (track 12)
John Leventhal (track 21)
Alan Lomax (track 5)
John Lomax (track 5)
Jimmy Long (track 15)
Earl Montgomery (Songwriter and musicians) (track 13)
Troy Seals (American singer, songwriter, and guitarist) (track 14)
Terry Smith (country singer, songwriter) (track 23)
Ruby Pickens Tartt (track 5)
Charlie Williams (Country songwriter) (track 17)
phonographic copyright by:
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1962) (track 4)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1967) (track 7)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1970) (track 8)
Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008; do not use if a specific sub-label is available) (1977) (track 23)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1985) (track 19)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1985) (track 19)
Mercury Records (or just “Mercury”. A UMG imprint, do not use it for ©/℗ credits) (1987) (track 17)
The Island Def Jam Music Group (use “Island” or “Def Jam Recordings” labels rather than this record company) (1993) (track 20)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (1993) (track 20)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (2007) (track 4)
publisher:
APRS (track 6)
Aberbach (London) (Publisher) (track 18)
BJ Shaver Music (track 11)
Hill & Range (track 18)
Hill and Range Southwind Mus S A (BMI-affiliated) (track 18)
House of Cash, Inc. (BMI-affiliated, publisher for works of Johnny Cash) (track 18)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (track 7)
Unichappell Music (track 3)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 3)
Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 3)
Warner/Chappell (1963 – 1991) (track 9)
Special Rider Music (1991 –) (track 9)
recorded at:
Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa (Jack Clement's home studio in Nashville, Tennessee) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (track 17)
sampled by:
arrangements:
Wer Kennt Den Weg (translated) (track 18)
Were you there? (arr. Chilcott) (track 4)
Were you there? (arr John Barnard) (track 4)
cover recording of:
Crazy Old Soldier (track 14)
One More Ride (track 10)
The Highwayman (track 19)
Wildwood Flower (Carter family version) (track 6)
Jackson (1967-01-11) (track 7)
If I Were a Carpenter (1969-08-20) (track 8)
Far Side Banks of Jordan (1976-07-06) (track 23)
is the basis for:
Highwomen (tracks 19, 19)
later parody versions:
I Cross the Line (track 18)
I Walk The Line #3 (track 18)
The Cats of Cash (track 18)
later translated versions:
Jou blijf ik trouw (track 18)
La Fille du nord (track 9)
Pohjan poika (track 9)
Si j'étais un charpentier (French version) (track 8)
Yölinjalla (track 18)
later versions:
Jackson (German version) (track 7)
recording of:
I Walk the Line (track 18)
The Wanderer (track 20)
Who’s Gene Autry? (track 16)
It Takes One to Know Me (1977-02-08 – 2004-11) (track 24)
The Highwayman (1985) (track 19)
version of:
I'll Twine 'mid the Ringlets (parlour song, source for Wildwood Flower) (track 6)