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Johnny Cash and His Woman

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Johnny Cash and His Woman
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Studio album by Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash
Released August 1973
Genre Country, folk
Length 28:31
Label Columbia
Producer Don Law
Johnny Cash chronology
The Gospel Road
(1973)The Gospel Road1973
Johnny Cash and His Woman
(1973)
Ragged Old Flag
(1974)Ragged Old Flag1974

Johnny Cash and His Woman is an album by American country singer Johnny Cash and features his wife, June Carter Cash. It was released on Columbia Records in 1973. It is Johnny Cash's 46th album and it peaked at No. 32 on the country album charts.

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."The Color of Love"Billy Edd Wheeler2:45
2."Saturday Night in Hickman County"Johnny Cash2:32
3."Allegheny"Chris Gantry3:31
4."Life Has Its Little Ups and Downs"Margaret Ann Rich2:36
5."Matthew 24 (Is Knocking at the Door)"Johnny Cash2:42
6."The City of New Orleans"Steve Goodman3:41
7."Tony"D. C. Powers3:28
8."The Pine Tree"Billy Edd Wheeler3:00
9."We're for Love"Reba Hancock, M. S. Tubb2:01
10."Godshine"D. C. Powers2:15

Personnel

Additional personnel
  • Produced by Don Law Productions
  • Arranged and conducted by Bill Walker
  • Engineering: Charlie Bragg, Roger Tucker, Joey Watson,

Charts

Album - Billboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
1973 Country Albums 32

Singles - Billboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
1973 "Alleghany" Country Singles 69

References


This page was last edited on 12 May 2018, at 21:00
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