- Interprete: Johnny Cash
- Titolo: Life
- Genere: Rock / Folk - Country
- Catalogo #: COL 515136 2, 5151362003
- Etichetta: Columbia, Legacy
- Paese: Europe
- Data di rilascio: 2004
- Stile: Country Rock, Acoustic
- Dimensione FLAC 1979 mb
- Dimensione MP3: 1989 mb
- Registra da CD, Compilation, Digipak
|1||–Johnny Cash||I Wish I Was Crazy Again|
Producer – Waylon JenningsWritten-By – B. McDill
Written-By – J. Chestnut
|3||–Johnny Cash||I'm Alright Now|
Written-By – J. Hensley
|4||–Johnny Cash||The Ballad Of Ira Hayes|
Written-By – P. Lafarge
|5||–Johnny Cash||Time Changes Everything||1:51|
|6||–Johnny Cash||I Can't Go On That Way|
Mixed By – Andy ManganelloMixed By [Assistant Mix Engineer] – Geoff RiceProducer – Jack Routh
|7||–Johnny Cash||You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven|
Written-By – H. Johnson, J. Atkins
|8||–Johnny Cash||I'm Ragged But I'm Right|
Producer – Brian Ahern
|9||–Johnny Cash||Wanted Man|
Producer – Bob JohnstonWritten-By – B. Dylan
|10||–Johnny Cash||I Talk To Jesus Every Day|
Written-By – G. B. Tubb
|11||–Johnny Cash||Ragged Old Flag||3:09|
|12||–Johnny Cash||Man In Black||2:53|
|13||–Johnny Cash With The Carter Family||Where Did We Go Right|
Written-By – D. Loggins, D. Schlitz
|14||–Johnny Cash||Lead Me Gently Home|
Written-By – W. L. Thompson
|15||–Johnny Cash||These Are My People||2:39|
Written-By – I. Stamphill
|17||–Johnny Cash||The Night Hank Williams Came To Town|
Written-By – B. Baddock, C. Williams
|18||–Johnny Cash||Country Trash||2:26|
|COL 515136 9, 5151369001||Johnny Cash|| Life (CD, Comp)||Columbia, Legacy||COL 515136 9, 5151369001||Europe||2004|
|5151362000, 5151369001||Johnny Cash|| Life (CD, Comp, Dig)||Columbia, Legacy||5151362000, 5151369001||Australia||2004|
|CK 91891||Johnny Cash|| Life (CD, Comp)||Columbia, Legacy||CK 91891||Canada||2004|
|CK 91108||Johnny Cash|| Life (CD, Comp)||Columbia, Legacy||CK 91108||US||2004|
- A&R [A&R Coordination] – Darren Salmieri
- Art Direction – Howard Fritzson
- Co-producer – Al Quaglieri, Steve Berkowitz
- Compilation Producer – Johnny Cash
- Design – Skouras, Curry, Skouras Design
- Executive-Producer – John Carter Cash, Lou Robin
- Management [Packaging Manager] – Triana D'Orazio
- Management [Project Direction] – John Jackson
- Photography By [Cover Photo - Sony Music Archives] – Don Hunstein
- Photography By [Interior Photo] – David Gahr
- Producer – Charlie Bragg (tracks: 13, 17), Don Law (tracks: 1, 4, 9, 18), Frank Jones (tracks: 4, 9), Jack Clement (tracks: 3, 6, 15), Johnny Cash (tracks: 5, 11, 13, 14), Larry Butler (tracks: 2, 8, 10, 12)
- Written-By – J. R. Cash (tracks: 2, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 17)
(c) 2004 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Originally released 1958 Sun Entertainment Corp. (#6), (p) (#3) 1987, 1988 Mercury Records, a divison of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Originally released 1958 , 1959 , 1960 , 1964 , 1969 , 1971 (5, 11), (p) 1972 , 1973 (2, 10), 1974 , 1978 (14, 12), 1973 , 2004 .
Track 1: Recorded July 24, 1958. From "The Fabulous Johnny Cash" (Columbia/Legacy). Originally released 1958.
Track 2: Recorded June 7, 1972. From the album "Any Old Wind That Blows" (Columbia).
Track 3: Recorded October 1, 1986 and January 16, 1987. From the album "Johnny Cash Is Coming To Town" (Mercury).
Track 4: Recorded February 17, 1960. From the album "Now There Was A Song!" (Columbia/Legacy). Originally released in 1960.
Track 5: Recorded April 13, 1971. From the album "Man In Black" (Columbia). Originally released 1971.
Track 6: Recorded 1958. From the album "Songs That Made Him Famous" (Sun). Originally released 1958.
Track 7: Recorded April 1983. From the album "Johnny 99" (Columbia).
Track 8: Recorded June 5, 1972. From the album "America" (Columbia/Legacy).
Track 9: Recorded March 5-6, 1964. From "Bitter Tears - Ballads Of The American Indian (Columbia/Legacy). Originally released 1964.
Track 10: Recorded June 5, 1972. From the album "Any Old Wind That Blows" (Columbia).
Track 11: Recorded February 16, 1971. From the album "The Man In Black". Originally released in 1971 (Columbia).
Track 12: Recorded September 13, 1977. From the album "I Would Like To See You Again" (Columbia).
Track 13: Recorded January 28, 1974. From the album "Ragged Old Flag" (Columbia/Legacy).
Track 14: Recorded April - July 1976. From the album "I Would Like To See You Again" (Columbia).
Track 15: Recorded December 1967 - June 1988. From the album "Water From The Wells Of Home" (Mercury).
Track 16: Recorded February 24, 1969. From the album "At St Quentin (The Complete 1969 Concert)"(Columbia/Legacy CK 66017). Originally released 1969.
Track 17: Recorded February 7, 1977. Mixed at Sony Music Studios, New York, NY. Previously unreleased.
Track 18: Recorded January 13, 1959. From the album "Hymns By Johnny Cash" (Columbia/Legacy). Originally released 1959.
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- Barcode: 5 099751 513629
- Matrix / Runout: Sony Music S5151362003-0101 13 A0
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L553
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 94V8
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