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Believe in Him

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Believe in Him
JohnnyCashBelieveinHim.jpg
Studio album by Johnny Cash
Released 1986
Recorded May – December 1982
Genre Country gospel, Southern gospel, contemporary Christian
Length 27:53
Label Word
Producer Marty Stuart
Johnny Cash chronology
Rainbow
(1985)
Believe in Him
(1986)
Class of '55
(1986)

Believe in Him is a gospel album and 71st overall album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released on Word Records in 1986. It features acoustic arrangements of classic gospel songs.

The tracks were originally recorded in 1982 for a planned album release on the Columbia Records subsidiary label, Priority Records, under the title Johnny Cash - Gospel Singer. This album was cancelled when parent CBS Records shut down Priority, and the tracks remained unreleased until issued as Believe in Him by Word records.[1]

It is notable as the first album of original material to be released by Cash after leaving Columbia Records though, as noted, he originally recorded the tracks for the company. He subsequently signed with Mercury Records.

In 2012, it was released entirely on CD for the first time as part of Bootleg Vol 4: The Soul of Truth, with a different running order which reflected the originally planned running order for the cancelled Johnny Cash - Gospel Singer, and with the addition of four previously unissued outtakes from the recording sessions.[2]

"Belshazzar" had previously been recorded by Cash for Sun Records. The album featured the Cathedral Quartet on background vocals.


Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2/5 stars[3]

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Believe in Him"Jimmy Tittle3:25
2."Another Wide River to Cross"Johnny Cash2:25
3."God Ain't No Stained Glass Window"Mark Germino3:07
4."Over There"Ray Pennington3:12
5."The Old Rugged Cross" (with Jessi Colter)George Bennard2:25
6."My Children Walk in Truth"Johnny Cash2:39
7."You're Driftin' Away"Bill Monroe1:35
8."Belshazzar"Johnny Cash2:51
9."Half a Mile a Day"Johnny Cash3:21
10."One of These Days I'm Gonna Sit Down and Talk to Paul"Johnny Cash3:04

Personnel

References

  1. ^ Gregg Geller, "Producer's Note", Johnny Cash, Bootleg Vol. IV: The Soul of Truth. Columbia/Legacy Records 88697985382, 2012
  2. ^ Geller
  3. ^ Believe in Him at AllMusic

External links

This page was last edited on 15 April 2018, at 08:42
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