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by Peter Lewry

eBook A Johnny Cash Chronicle: I've Been Everywhere ePub
Author: Peter Lewry
Language: English
ISBN: 1900924226
ISBN13: 978-1900924221
Publisher: Helter Skelter Publishing (October 1, 2001)
Pages: 256
Category: Music
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 339
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ePub file: 1210 kb
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Peter Lewry is the author of many acclaimed and successful books, including The Fleetwood Mac Recording Sessions and I've Been Everywhere: A Johnny Cash Chronicle. I found I've Been Everywhere an amazing book.

Peter Lewry is the author of many acclaimed and successful books, including The Fleetwood Mac Recording Sessions and I've Been Everywhere: A Johnny Cash Chronicle. It is hard to believe that anyone, even Johnny Cash, could have performed in some may places over so many years. It is also fascinating that Peter Lewry found a source to record all of the many stops on every tour through forty years. I am a true Johnny Cash fan and even I was surprised that Johnny really had been everywhere.

I’ve Been Everywhere is a comprehensive guide to the life and work of Johnny Cash. A complete chronological diary of all known concerts, TV appearances, record releases, recording sessions and other milestones in the career of this country music legend. From his early days with Sam Phillips in Memphis, the early tours of the southern states, the wilderness years of the mid I’ve Been Everywhere is a comprehensive guide to the life and work of Johnny Cash. A complete chronological diary of all known concerts, TV appearances, record releases, recording sessions and other milestones in the career.

A leading authority on the country music legend, he first heard Johnny Cash’s music back in the late sixties. He bought his first Cash album, At San Quentin, in 1970 and has followed his career closely ever since. He started the Johnny Cash fanzine back in 1994 and in March 2007 celebrated it's fiftieth issue

I’ve Been Everywhere is a comprehensive guide to the life and work of Johnny Cash. The first ever visual documentary to chart The Man in Black's daily progress from Sun Studios, via Folsom Prison, to hip-hop maestro's Rick Rubin's DefJam Records. A comprehensive guide to the life and work of Johnny Cash, this will be an absolutely essential purchase for all of his many fans and the subject of numerous features in the music press.

The song was recorded by Cash in July 1958 during his final sessions for Sun Records. a b Peter Lewry (2001). I've Been Everywhere: A Johnny Cash Chronicle. ISBN 978-1-900924-22-1.

The song was recorded by Cash in July 1958 during his final sessions for Sun Records Background. Charlie Rich was having great success writing songs for Cash. I Just Thought You'd Like to Know" was a fine example of how the future country star had tapped into the Cash persona and was writing songs tailor-made for his unique style. a b "Johnny Cash Chart History (Hot 100)".

I’ve Been Everywhere. I’ve Been Everywhere Lyrics. Produced by Rick Rubin. Album American II: Unchained. I was totin' my pack along the dusty Winnemucca road When along came a semi with a high an' canvas covered load "If you're goin' to Winnemucca, Mack, with me you can ride" And so I climbed into the cab and then I settled down inside He asked me if I'd seen a road with so much dust and sand. And I said, "Listen, I've traveled every road in this here land".

I’ve Been Everywhere: A Johnny Cash Chronicle. London: Helter Skelter, 2001. John R. Cash: I Will Rock ’n’ Roll with You (If I Have To). Country Music, July–August 1980. Smith, John L. The Johnny Cash Discography. Greenwood Press, 1985. --. The Johnny Cash Discography, 1984–1993. Chapters 1–. Kamp, David. Vanity Fair, October 2006.

I've Been Everywhere: A Johnny Cash Chronicle - Peter Lewry 2001

I've Been Everywhere: A Johnny Cash Chronicle - Peter Lewry 2001. The Man Comes Around: The Spiritual Journey of Johnny Cash - Dave Urbanski 2003. Ring of Fire: The Johnny Cash Reader - Michael Streissguth 2003. I've met celebs as I've mentioned Ronan Keating but I've had the chance to meet the same guy twice between 2009 and 2010, where I live and both times were amazing - he's a lovely guy and funny but all in all best moments of my life or should that be for four hours on the actual day? Hmm but either way amazing, he kindly signed stuff for both me and my older brother who loves cars too, drives my mother nuts ha!.

A Johnny Cash Chronicle: I've Been Everywhere, Lewry, Peter, Good Book. by Johnny Cash Eaton (English) Paperback Book.

I’ve Been Everywhere is a comprehensive guide to the life and work of Johnny Cash. A complete chronological diary of all known concerts, TV appearances, record releases, recording sessions and other milestones in the career of this country music legend. From his early days with Sam Phillips in Memphis, the early tours of the southern states, the wilderness years of the mid-sixties, his legendary prison concerts and his recent creative resurgence.

Fully illustrated with many rare photos and other memorabilia, this is a complete account of his public life, including many rare and forgotten moments, all captured with the vibrant immediacy of diary entries.

Whitegrove
I found I've Been Everywhere an amazing book. It is hard to believe that
anyone, even Johnny Cash, could have performed in some may places over so
many years. It is also fascinating that Peter Lewry found a source to
record all of the many stops on every tour through forty years. I am a true Johnny Cash fan and even I was surprised that Johnny really had been everywhere.
Wiliniett
This book has alot of information on tours, recordings, etc., but it is NOT complete. I saw Johnny Cash perform at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas (I still have the advertisement) on March 26, 1988, and it is not listed in the book. I very much remember the show because he was ill and took requests from the audience. It was the only time (from 1985-94) I heard him sing "A Boy Named Sue" live. It was also brought to everyone's attention by Cash that Col. Tom Parker was in attendance.

I'm sure it would be very difficult for the author to list "everything" on Johnny Cash, so keep that in mind if you purchase.
Vichredag
I purchased this book at the famed music book store, Helter Skelter in London May 2003. It is now available in the US. Very essential book if you really want to verify the cities and dates that Mr Cash performed over the course of his active touring career that ended in 1997. It is interesting to note the different type venues he performed in as his career went thru various stages of commercial appeal. There are also occaisional notations about particular shows. Finally, there are some very nice photos and reproductions of concert posters.
Binar
This book chronicles the career of Johnny Cash. It lists his tour-dates, record releases and career highlites in chonological order. I love this book as it is easy to identify events in his like in relation to other events in his personal life. I would love a book like this that also would list events in his personal life, and changes to his touring bands.
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