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LP - Johnny Cash Any Old Wind That Blows 1973 KC 32091 Columbia Records Label; Cut-out (one corner of the album cover is notched) VG+/NM-
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This is the 1972-73 Columbia KC 32091 release. June Carter Cash also sings on this album. Songs include: any old wind that blows; kentucky straight; the loving gift; the good earth; best friend; the ballad of annie palmer; too little, too late; if i had a hammer; country trash; welcome back jesus.

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Norman Guilbert Jr.
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not Johnny Cash''s best
Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2010
I first bought this album way back in the 1970s as an LP. 40 years later, I was delighted to see it offered as a download, but I was disappointed on several accounts. First, the sound quality is terrible. I have other analog-tape mp3 albums that are far cleaner and... See more
I first bought this album way back in the 1970s as an LP. 40 years later, I was delighted to see it offered as a download, but I was disappointed on several accounts. First, the sound quality is terrible. I have other analog-tape mp3 albums that are far cleaner and crisper. Whoever engineered this album, or perhaps just the aging of the analog master, did it no favors. I''ll bet there''s nothing over 2khz coming through; it sounds to me like AM radio. And second, these are really not Cash''s best songs. "Any Old Wind That Blows" is a nice bittersweet love song penned by Dick Feller who had a brief career as a songwriter and a performer 40 years ago. But on the other hand there''s "Oney," the stupidest rah-rah-the-working-man tune ever written. The rest is uneven, mostly covers. About the best here is "If I had a Hammer," not for Cash''s performance, but for Carl Perkins'' sterling backup guitar work. Overall, if you are a Cash fan and want to accumulate all his releases, fine, but if you are looking for his best, look elsewhere.
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Claude Miller
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
satisfied
Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2015
The greatest.
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JAlexander
4.0 out of 5 stars
A Relaxed Cash LP - Good for a Day that Looks Like the Cover!
Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2014
Any Old Wind That BlowsBy 1973, Cash was well settled into Hendersonville, Tennessee and life was, by most accounts, comfortable. He could now record at his own House of Cash studios, his band – The Tennessee Three augmented by Carl Perkins – was well established, and he... See more
Any Old Wind That BlowsBy 1973, Cash was well settled into Hendersonville, Tennessee and life was, by most accounts, comfortable. He could now record at his own House of Cash studios, his band – The Tennessee Three augmented by Carl Perkins – was well established, and he had found a producer he was comfortable with, piano player Larry Butler. Not surprisingly, then, Any Old Wind That Blows sounds above all things comfortable.

This can be seen as both a good and bad thing. On the one hand, the album has a sense of confidence and maturity to it. On the other, it sometimes feels languid and dull. Moreover, the album is clearly torn in two directions: it opens with a string of tunes notable for Butler’s syrupy, orchestral arrangements, but by the end of side 1, turns to has now well-established 70s take on the boom chicka boom sound.

For the most part, the songwriting is top notch. Cash seems to be on a creative streak, penning five of the album’s twelve tracks without being repetitive. Where Kentucky Straight is an ode to a straightforward, loyal woman, Too Little, Too Late is a man frustrated with his delinquent lover. The Ballad of Annie Palmer is a unique song in Cash’s catalogue, a little tale of a harsh Jamaican slaveowner, no doubt inspired by Cash’s time in his new Caribbean vacation home. It stands out for its simple arrangement built on acoustic guitar and island percussion. Album closers Country Trash and Welcome Back Jesus both revisit the simple philosophy of Cash’s rural youth. One holds up the cause of the hard working farmer:

But we''ll all be equal under the grass,
And God''s got a heaven for country trash.
And God''s got a heaven for country trash.
I''ll be doin'' alright for country trash.

And the other is the prayer of a tempted man looking to the promise of Jesus’ return as source of light, hope and strength.

His choice of covers is quite inspired, too. He turns to emerging Outlaw star and friend Kris Kristofferson for the stunning duet with June, The Loving Gift, singing:
Each giving to the other love and givin'' it away
We spent the precious time we knew was borrowed
''Cause you gave me the courage to live with yesterday
And you gave me tomorrow

Larry Gatlin’s The Good Earth is almost an integration of Cash’s album closers, again romanticizing the hard working rural man through a string of hallmark lines from classic gospel hymns. If I Had a Hammer is another duet with June, this time setting the iconic Pete Seeger folk tune to a rollicking country beat. And Best Friend is a curious little Roy Orbison tune, singular in Cash’s repertoire for its waltz time and minor key setting. It also declares a clear vision of individualism (“you’re the best friend that you’ll ever have”) different from Cash’s usual message of dependence on God.

That leaves us with two tracks – the openers and closers to side 1. Opener Any Old Wind That Blows is the resigned confession of a man smitten with love for a woman he knows is destined to wander. On this one, the boom-chicka-boom sound is nowehere to be found, even were the strings to be stripped away. What emerges, though, is country orchestral done right, the gentle strings evoking a grey, November breeze. By the end of side 1, though, the mood has changed. Oney – which went to #2 on the charts – is a humourous tale of a working man who, after 25 years on the job, finally gives his harsh boss his comeuppance. It’s enjoyable enough, but not up to the standard of A Boy Named Sue.

This isn’t Cash’s finest album, but it’s fine enough. The upbeat Oney and If I Had a Hammer stick up as the sole upbeat numbers on an otherwise sleepy album, but I do enjoy the sound of this one. The four orchestral numbers are tastefully done (for once), and the rest is a mix of the laid-back 70s Cash sound, with a few surprises thrown in the mix. By the time we hit Welcome Back Jesus, the sound has shifted from a slick symphonic number to what sounds like a home demo.

If you’re looking for a relaxing Cash album, this is the one for you.

4/5

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Peter Durward Harris
5.0 out of 5 stars
Very successful in its day
Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2014
With Larry Butler as producer, this was a commercially successful album for Johnny Cash. It was a top 5 album on the country album charts and yielded three country hit singles. The first, a great duet version with June of If I had a hammer, barely made the top 30, but Oney... See more
With Larry Butler as producer, this was a commercially successful album for Johnny Cash. It was a top 5 album on the country album charts and yielded three country hit singles. The first, a great duet version with June of If I had a hammer, barely made the top 30, but Oney and the title track were both top 3 country hits.

Pick of the other songs for me are The ballad of Annie Palmer and another duet with June, The loving gift, This was Johnny''s last really commercially successful album for a while (though the follow-up Ragged old flag made the top 20 country albums chart), until One piece at a time, but I enjoy the other albums too.

This is a fine album in many ways, but these days probably only his committed fans like me will worry about it.
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Frederick K. Pugh
5.0 out of 5 stars
SOLID ALBUM FROM JC
Reviewed in the United States on October 23, 2010
Any Old Wind That Blows released in January of 1973 and produced by Larry Butler finds Johnny Cash in a great recording groove. The title cut is one of Johnny''s more unique singles featuring both lush orchestration and banjo. It went top three. The other hit single from the... See more
Any Old Wind That Blows released in January of 1973 and produced by Larry Butler finds Johnny Cash in a great recording groove. The title cut is one of Johnny''s more unique singles featuring both lush orchestration and banjo. It went top three. The other hit single from the album was the uptempo story song called "Oney" about a guy, who on his way out the retirement door, "gets even" with the boss. Great track. Also included is the duet with June Carter "The Lovin'' Gift" written by Kris Kristofferson who wrote it upon the birth of the Cash''s son John Carter. Some other Cash originals and a Larry Gatlin penned song entitled "The Good Earth" round out one of Cash''s best projects of the 70s.
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H. L. Mosley
4.0 out of 5 stars
Underrated
Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2014
For someones 43rd it''s still pretty damn good! He still has the soul, the voice and with each passing year the wisdom. The fact that a person can carry on making even better albums FIFTY albums later is a testament to his legendary status, sure a lot of them were full of... See more
For someones 43rd it''s still pretty damn good! He still has the soul, the voice and with each passing year the wisdom. The fact that a person can carry on making even better albums FIFTY albums later is a testament to his legendary status, sure a lot of them were full of material not even written by them but the way he performed makes them OWNED by him.
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david lucabaugh
5.0 out of 5 stars
Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2017
This needs to be released on cd format ,please....thank you.
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Paul Mechem
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great cd .... crap packaging !!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 9, 2017
A great recording of Cash in concert but this cd is let down badly by the packaging. No liner notes , the track listing shows only 11 tracks whereas when you play the CD there are 20 tracks, I''m also not convinced about the date..1986??? This sounds like the Wembley concert...See more
A great recording of Cash in concert but this cd is let down badly by the packaging. No liner notes , the track listing shows only 11 tracks whereas when you play the CD there are 20 tracks, I''m also not convinced about the date..1986??? This sounds like the Wembley concert 1982... can anyone confirm this ?? This could have been a 5* disc but presentation let it down.
A great recording of Cash in concert but this cd is let down badly by the packaging. No liner notes , the track listing shows only 11 tracks whereas when you play the CD there are 20 tracks, I''m also not convinced about the date..1986??? This sounds like the Wembley concert 1982... can anyone confirm this ??
This could have been a 5* disc but presentation let it down.
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M. Shortman
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not as advertised.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 7, 2017
The Title is not strictly accurate as most of this CD are tracks from Johnny''s 1986 concert at Wembley. The very restricted notes list eleven tracks when in fact there are twenty tracks on the disc. The quality is OK, not the best but OK. I would suggest it is a CD for the...See more
The Title is not strictly accurate as most of this CD are tracks from Johnny''s 1986 concert at Wembley. The very restricted notes list eleven tracks when in fact there are twenty tracks on the disc. The quality is OK, not the best but OK. I would suggest it is a CD for the JC enthusiast.
The Title is not strictly accurate as most of this CD are tracks from Johnny''s 1986 concert at Wembley. The very restricted notes list eleven tracks when in fact there are twenty tracks on the disc. The quality is OK, not the best but OK. I would suggest it is a CD for the JC enthusiast.
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Mr. D. Wiffen
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good Cash Album
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 29, 2018
It''s a good album if a little short and the sound quality is not brilliant especially on the first 2-3 tracks, it''s a good addition to any Johnny Cash collection though.
It''s a good album if a little short and the sound quality is not brilliant especially on the first 2-3 tracks, it''s a good addition to any Johnny Cash collection though.
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Bernd Wolf
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Rezi von lone rider nicht ganz korrekt
Reviewed in Germany on December 8, 2017
lone rider, leider stimmen einige der Infos nicht. Weder war Willie Nelson da noch sein Harmonika-Spieler Mickey Raphael. Die Mundharmonika spielt Jack Hale, Jr. aus der Band von Johnny Cash. "Highwayman" singt Johnny Cash mit John Schneider, Schauspieler (u.a. The...See more
lone rider, leider stimmen einige der Infos nicht. Weder war Willie Nelson da noch sein Harmonika-Spieler Mickey Raphael. Die Mundharmonika spielt Jack Hale, Jr. aus der Band von Johnny Cash. "Highwayman" singt Johnny Cash mit John Schneider, Schauspieler (u.a. The Dukes Of Hazzard) und Country Sänger, am selben Tag ebenfalls für dieses Festival gebucht. Woher ich das weiß? Ich war da. Die Reihenfolge der Songs stimmt auch nicht mit der originalen Reihenfolge überein. Außerdem sang Johnny Cash "These Hands" seinerzeit fast immer in seinen Konzerten. Sehr toll, daß diese Aufnahmen nun erschienen sind. BBC schnitt das immer mit und strahlte quasi das gesamte Festival im Radio aus, über BBC2 bzw.in Deutschland empfangbar über BFBS, teilweise sogat im TV. Leider gibt es in der Tat genau NICHTS an Informationen im "Booklet". Einfach unterirdisch!
lone rider, leider stimmen einige der Infos nicht. Weder war Willie Nelson da noch sein Harmonika-Spieler Mickey Raphael. Die Mundharmonika spielt Jack Hale, Jr. aus der Band von Johnny Cash. "Highwayman" singt Johnny Cash mit John Schneider, Schauspieler (u.a. The Dukes Of Hazzard) und Country Sänger, am selben Tag ebenfalls für dieses Festival gebucht. Woher ich das weiß? Ich war da. Die Reihenfolge der Songs stimmt auch nicht mit der originalen Reihenfolge überein. Außerdem sang Johnny Cash "These Hands" seinerzeit fast immer in seinen Konzerten. Sehr toll, daß diese Aufnahmen nun erschienen sind. BBC schnitt das immer mit und strahlte quasi das gesamte Festival im Radio aus, über BBC2 bzw.in Deutschland empfangbar über BFBS, teilweise sogat im TV. Leider gibt es in der Tat genau NICHTS an Informationen im "Booklet". Einfach unterirdisch!
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lone rider
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Johnny Cash anno 1986
Reviewed in Germany on August 12, 2017
Das wahrscheinlich größte Country Music Event Europast ging über die Ostertage von 1968-1991 im Londoner Stadtteil Wembley über die Bühne, seit 1979 kam u.a.noch Frankfurt als Austragungsort hinzu. Auf etwas vergleichbares warten viele Countryfans seitdem bis heute....See more
Das wahrscheinlich größte Country Music Event Europast ging über die Ostertage von 1968-1991 im Londoner Stadtteil Wembley über die Bühne, seit 1979 kam u.a.noch Frankfurt als Austragungsort hinzu. Auf etwas vergleichbares warten viele Countryfans seitdem bis heute. Natürlich war auch Johnny Cash dort häufiger Gast. Schön dass nun eine CD vorliegt die seinen 1986 Auftritt (wahrscheinlich) komplett wiedergibt. Nun weiß jeder Cash Fan dass die 80er nicht seine beste Zeit waren. Größere Charterfolge gab es nur gemeinsam mit Wille Nelson, Kris Kristofferson und Waylon Jennings als "Highwayman", gesundheitliche Probleme inklusive Alkohol und Drogenentzug kamen hinzu und nur wenige Wochen nach diesem Konzert setzte seine Plattenfirma CBS ihm nach 28 Jahren den Stuhl vor die Tür. Von alledem ist Johnny Cash hier nichts anzumerken. Souverän und stimmlich gewohnt ausdrucksstark absolviert er sein Konzert. Erfreulich ist hier dass neben altbekannten Klassikern auch etliche weniger bekannte Songs zu hören sind. So etwa "These Hands" dass er seinem wenige Monate zuvor verstorbenen Vater widmete oder zwei Songs der damals aktuellen LP "Rainbow" Zu einem dass von Kris Kristofferson verfasste "Love is the Way" sowie "Here Comes that Rainbow again. " Beide Songs sind live deutlich stärker als die Plattenversionen. Dies gilt auch für den Titelsong . "Any old Wind that blows" war zwar 1972 in einer relativ poppigen Version ein Top Ten Hit für Cash wurde von ihm aber fast nie live gesungen. Schade denn der Song erweist sich als echtes Highlight ! Bei "Highway Man " ist Willie Nelson mit von der Partie, der ebenfalls angekündigte Waylon Jennings musste krankheitsbedingt absagen. Von Willie Nelson lieh sich Cash übrigens auch dessen Harmonica Player Mickey Raphael für einige Songs aus was das Konzert zusätzlich bereicherte. Kurz gesagt : Das Konzert lässt nicht nur für Cash Fans kaum Wünsche offen. Von der CD kann man dass leider nicht behaupten.Sie enthält praktisch keinerlei (!) Informationen. Selbst die Auflistung der Titel stimmt nur zur Hälfte. Lediglich die ersten 11 Songs werden genannt. Dabei enthält die CD deren 20 ! Zu den von Amazon aufgelisteten 17 kommen nämlich noch zwei Duette mit June Carter nämlich "If I were a Carpenter " und natürlich "Jackson " sowie "Foggy Mountain Top" mit der Carter Family hinzu. Das Konzert an sich verdient die Höchstwertung . Für die Aufmachung der CD muß jedoch ein Stern abgezogen werden.
Das wahrscheinlich größte Country Music Event Europast ging über die Ostertage von 1968-1991 im Londoner Stadtteil Wembley über die Bühne,
seit 1979 kam u.a.noch Frankfurt als Austragungsort hinzu. Auf etwas vergleichbares warten viele Countryfans seitdem bis heute.
Natürlich war auch Johnny Cash dort häufiger Gast.
Schön dass nun eine CD vorliegt die seinen 1986 Auftritt (wahrscheinlich) komplett wiedergibt.
Nun weiß jeder Cash Fan dass die 80er nicht seine beste Zeit waren. Größere Charterfolge gab es nur gemeinsam mit Wille Nelson, Kris Kristofferson und Waylon Jennings als "Highwayman", gesundheitliche Probleme inklusive Alkohol und Drogenentzug kamen hinzu und
nur wenige Wochen nach diesem Konzert setzte seine Plattenfirma CBS ihm nach 28 Jahren den Stuhl vor die Tür.
Von alledem ist Johnny Cash hier nichts anzumerken. Souverän und stimmlich gewohnt ausdrucksstark absolviert er sein Konzert.
Erfreulich ist hier dass neben altbekannten Klassikern auch etliche weniger bekannte Songs zu hören sind.
So etwa "These Hands" dass er seinem wenige Monate zuvor verstorbenen Vater widmete oder zwei Songs der damals aktuellen LP "Rainbow"
Zu einem dass von Kris Kristofferson verfasste "Love is the Way" sowie "Here Comes that Rainbow again. "
Beide Songs sind live deutlich stärker als die Plattenversionen.
Dies gilt auch für den Titelsong . "Any old Wind that blows" war zwar 1972 in einer relativ poppigen Version ein Top Ten Hit für Cash wurde
von ihm aber fast nie live gesungen. Schade denn der Song erweist sich als echtes Highlight !
Bei "Highway Man " ist Willie Nelson mit von der Partie, der ebenfalls angekündigte Waylon Jennings musste krankheitsbedingt
absagen. Von Willie Nelson lieh sich Cash übrigens auch dessen Harmonica Player Mickey Raphael für einige Songs aus was das Konzert
zusätzlich bereicherte.
Kurz gesagt : Das Konzert lässt nicht nur für Cash Fans kaum Wünsche offen.
Von der CD kann man dass leider nicht behaupten.Sie enthält praktisch keinerlei (!) Informationen. Selbst die Auflistung der Titel stimmt nur zur Hälfte. Lediglich die ersten 11 Songs werden genannt. Dabei enthält die CD deren 20 ! Zu den von Amazon aufgelisteten 17 kommen nämlich
noch zwei Duette mit June Carter nämlich "If I were a Carpenter " und natürlich "Jackson " sowie "Foggy Mountain Top" mit der Carter Family hinzu.
Das Konzert an sich verdient die Höchstwertung . Für die Aufmachung der CD muß jedoch ein Stern abgezogen werden.
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