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The Essential Rosanne Cash


Download links and information about The Essential Rosanne Cash by Rosanne Cash. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 36 tracks with total duration of 02:13:34 minutes.

Artist: Rosanne Cash
Release date: 2011
Genre: Country
Tracks: 36
Duration: 02:13:34
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No. Title Length
1. Can I Still Believe In You 5:37
2. Baby, Better Start Turnin' Em Down 4:10
3. No Memories Hangin' Round (with Bobby Bare) 3:24
4. Seven Year Ache 3:15
5. Blue Moon With Heartache 4:26
6. My Baby Thinks He's a Train 3:13
7. It Hasn't Happened Yet 3:23
8. I Wonder 3:03
9. If It Weren't for Him (featuring Vince Gill) 3:30
10. I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me 3:18
11. Never Be You 3:28
12. Hold On 3:37
13. Runaway Train 4:01
14. The Way We Make a Broken Heart 3:55
15. If You Change Your Mind 3:21
16. It's Such a Small World (featuring Rodney Crowell) 3:20
17. Tennessee Flat Top Box 3:17
18. I Don't Want to Spoil the Party (Single Version) 2:36
19. The Real Me 4:24
20. On the Surface 2:56
21. What We Really Want 3:29
22. I Want a Cure 4:19
23. Mirror Image 3:17
24. The Wheel 4:18
25. Seventh Avenue 5:12
26. Sleeping In Paris 4:06
27. A Lover Is Forever 4:11
28. Western Wall 3:00
29. September When It Comes (featuring Johnny Cash) 3:39
30. Black Cadillac 3:44
31. House On the Lake 3:30
32. The World Unseen 5:12
33. Good Intent 3:44
34. 500 Miles 3:04
35. Sea of Heartbreak (feat. Bruce Springsteen) 3:06
36. Sweet Memories (feat. Chris Thile) 3:29



Trying to nail down Rosanne Cash to any one genre is a fool's game. But by including cuts from each step of her artistic journey, this collection lets you follow Cash's musical evolution phase by fascinating phase. From the start, she set out to show she was more than just her daddy Johnny's little girl, with everything from the smoldering, bluesy "Baby, Better Start Turnin' 'Em Down" to the worldly wise pop smarts of "Seven Year Ache." By the mid-'80s, she was delivering big, bold, elaborately produced pop-rock hits like "I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me" and "Never Be You." But she never really lost touch with her roots—in 1987 she scored a smash with her take on Johnny's "Tennessee Flat Top Box." By the time Rosanne graduated to the intense, melancholy tunes of Interiors and the lush, lambent feel of The Wheel, she had nothing to prove to anyone. This anthology makes it obvious that her claim to her own corner of the Cash legacy is an undeniable one.