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Download links and information about Personal File by Johnny Cash. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Country genres. It contains 49 tracks with total duration of 02:17:02 minutes.

Artist: Johnny Cash
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Country
Tracks: 49
Duration: 02:17:02
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Letter Edged In Black 2:38
2. There's a Mother Always Waiting At Home 4:19
3. The Engineer's Dying Child 2:06
4. My Mother Was a Lady 3:35
5. The Winding Stream 2:36
6. Far Away Places 2:22
7. Galway Bay 1:44
8. When I Stop Dreaming 3:10
9. Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes 3:31
10. I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen 2:27
11. Missouri Waltz 1:58
12. Louisiana Man 3:26
13. Paradise 3:02
14. I Don't Believe You Wanted to Leave 2:55
15. Jim, I Wore a Tie Today 2:46
16. Saginaw, Michigan 2:28
17. When It's Springtime In Alaska (It's Forty Below) 2:15
18. Girl In Saskatoon 2:16
19. The Cremation of Sam McGee 5:32
20. Tiger Whitehead 4:44
21. It's All Over 2:48
22. A Fast Song 2:31
23. Virgie 2:55
24. I Wanted So 2:40
25. It Takes One to Know Me 3:14
26. Seal It In My Heart and Mind 1:50
27. Wildwood In the Pines 2:40
28. Who At My Door Is Standing 2:29
29. Have Thine Own Way Lord 3:42
30. Lights of Magdala 2:25
31. If Jesus Ever Loved a Woman 2:37
32. The Lily of the Valley 1:43
33. Have a Drink of Water 3:34
34. The Way Worn Traveler 2:01
35. Look Unto the East 2:11
36. Matthew 24 (Is Knocking At the Door) 1:55
37. The House Is Falling Down 2:49
38. One of These Days I'm Gonna Sit Down and Talk to Paul 3:19
39. What On Earth (Will You Do for Heaven's Sake) 2:43
40. My Children Walk In the Truth 2:49
41. No Earthly Good 1:50
42. Sanctified 2:32
43. Lord, Lord, Lord 2:18
44. What Is Man 2:21
45. Over the Next Hill (We'll Be Home) 2:54
46. A Half a Mile a Day 4:24
47. Farther Along 2:56
48. Life's Railway to Heaven 2:12
49. In the Sweet Bye and Bye 2:50

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The ’70s and ’80s private-studio tapes collected on Personal File add up to a truly new way of hearing Johnny Cash. Not only because his voice sounds much more robust than it did on the similarly solo-acoustic American Recordings, but also because this may be the most relaxed Cash on record. That said, he’s fully aware of the microphone; there’s no slacking here. The song selection makes for a kind of musical autobiography, with folk, country and gospel songs he learned as a child sitting next to his own unreleased compositions, and covers of hits by friends and peers. (It can also stand as a version of the celebrated “old weird America” found in Bob Dylan’s work.) Any Cash fan, whether long-term student or curious newcomer, will find this a surprising, mind-opening set.