Look Again to the Wind

Look Again to the Wind

Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited

Music CD - 2014
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Fifty years after its release, one of the albums that Johnny Cash held close to his heart is celebrated with new interpretations by Emmylou Harris, Kris Kristofferson, Gillian Welch, The Milk Carton Kids, and many more.

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RainbowRabbit
Sep 19, 2016

Johnny Cash's version of this album was a classic. My father bought it when it first came out. Although I was into Rock 'n' Roll, I loved this album. In the digital age, I downloaded it. I am happy to see that it is getting a fresh look, but I recommend that any who like this album, go back to the original.

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jimg2000
Aug 22, 2016

Available at Freegal for download. Song list AND artists are:
1 As Long as the Grass Shall Grow by Gillian Welch;David Rawlings 9:11
2 Apache Tears by Emmylou Harris;The Milk Carton Kids 3:33
3 Custer by Steve Earle;The Milk Carton Kids 2:58
4 The Talking Leaves by Nancy Blake; Emmylou Harris; Gillian Welch; David Rawlings 6:11
5 The Ballad of Ira Hayes by Kris Kristofferson; Gillian Welch; David Rawlings 3:44
6 Drums by Norman Blake; Gillian Welch; David Rawlings; Nancy Blake; Emmylou Harris 5:59
7 Apache Tears (Reprise) by Gillian Welch; David Rawlings 2:57
8 White Girl by The Milk Carton Kids 3:44
9 The Vanishing Race by Rhiannon Giddens; Gillian Welch; David Rawlings 6:14
10 As Long as the Grass Shall Grow (Reprise) by Gillian Welch; David Rawlings; Nancy Blake 3:29
11 Look Again to the Wind by Bill Miller 4:21

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BrianWoods
Dec 11, 2015

I recently saw the documentary of the making of this release, so my interest was piqued .The performances by these artists are very inspiring, and are a nice update from Johnny's original release. I was able to find an LP version of the original,and if you like this,try and find the original Bitter Tears,you will not be disappointed. Johnny had to fight with the record company to get this released and played in 1964,Its good to see it and Peter La Farge the song writer finally getting their due.

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