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Cash By Johnny Cash Patrick Carr Cash He was the Man in Black a country music legend and the quintessential American troubadour He was an icon of rugged individualism who had been to hell and back telling the tale as never before In hi

  • Title: Cash
  • Author: Johnny Cash Patrick Carr
  • ISBN: 9780060727536
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cash By Johnny Cash Patrick Carr He was the Man in Black, a country music legend, and the quintessential American troubadour He was an icon of rugged individualism who had been to hell and back, telling the tale as never before In his unforgettable autobiography, Johnny Cash tells the truth about the highs and lows, the struggles and hard won triumphs, and the people who shaped him.In his own words, CHe was the Man in Black, a country music legend, and the quintessential American troubadour He was an icon of rugged individualism who had been to hell and back, telling the tale as never before In his unforgettable autobiography, Johnny Cash tells the truth about the highs and lows, the struggles and hard won triumphs, and the people who shaped him.In his own words, Cash set the record straight and dispelled a few myths as he looked unsparingly at his remarkable life from the joys of his boyhood in Dyess, Arkansas to superstardom in Nashville, Tennessee, the road of Cash s life has been anything but smooth Cash writes of the thrill of playing with Elvis, the comfort of praying with Billy Graham of his battles with addiction and of the devotion of his wife, June of his gratitude for life, and of his thoughts on what the afterlife may bring Here, too, are the friends of a lifetime, including Willie Nelson, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, and Kris Kristofferson As powerful and memorable as one of his classic songs, Cash is filled with the candor, wit, and wisdom of a man who truly walked the line.
    Cash By Johnny Cash Patrick Carr

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    1. Jonathan Ashleigh on said:

      I read this book because the main character in High Fidelity says that it is his favorite book but I don t know how that could be true Some of the stories in it were slightly interesting but there was no overall story and most of the book was listing off people Cash knew in his life He describes his many properties and even tells of the hardships his children encountered trying to make it in the entertainment industry because of their famous father, neglecting the fact that they were given treme [...]

    2. Tessa on said:

      In the movie High Fidelity, the main character is talking about the well known books he has read and then concludes with, But I have to say my all time favorite book is Johnny Cash s autobiography, Cash by Johnny Cash This line in this movie is the sole reason I first decided to read this book It captured me almost immediately as Cash describes growing up poor in the South and picking cotton His life story is incredible and told with all the beauty and lyrical language that made him a great song [...]

    3. Steve on said:

      I usually find entertainer biographies sort of boring I rarely read them, or if I do pick one up, it s unlikely I ll even finish it That proved not to be the case with Johnny Cash s autobiography, Cash I m guessing the book was probably organized and written by Patrick Carr, with Cash supplying the tapes But Carr stays out of the way, and from page 1, it s Cash s voice that you hear What a life A lot of it I already knew, the drugs, the music, June Carter And some I didn t a near fatal encounter [...]

    4. Dan on said:

      Cash was written in 1997 and is a good read, heartfelt and well written There is a real absence of pity in Cash s writing which is refreshing Rather it reads as true nostalgia, in a positive sense Similar to how one might, if famous, write his or her own memoir We remember the good and the bad and the memories from our early years are greatly magnified Cash grew up very poor picking cotton in Dyess Arkansas and eventually made his way to Memphis and a Sun Records contract after a stint in the Ai [...]

    5. Kelsey on said:

      Johnny Cash is perceptive, genuine, candid, and driven in his writing He lived some CRAZY stories Drugs, travel, concerts, near death experiences, family, and redemption woven through it all Despite the fact that this man was plenty wealthy throughout his career, he seemed to always stay focused on what mattered and kept his heart and head level He owned several homes but at the end of the day cherished walking barefoot at his farmhouse in Tennessee, sitting on the porch in the quiet evening His [...]

    6. Wade on said:

      Basically this book is about as close as you ll get to sitting on the back deck of Johnny Cash s house at 8 00 in the morning, drinking a cup of coffee and hearing him tell a bunch of stories The book is not chronological, and it doesn t even fit into any logical order But, somehow the stories all connect to one another and give the book this perfect flow It s like when he finishes telling one story that will somehow remind him of something else so he just starts talking about that for a while H [...]

    7. J. on said:

      It s an understatement to say that Johnny Cash had a well lived in life He was a mad dog, music star, son of a gun but also a down to earth, spiritual, deep thinker.The first part of the book gives us a brief introduction, Cash is in Jamaica writing the start of the book, he then starts the story proper, detailing his early life growing up on his fathers farm picking cotton in the fields, a bereavement that changed his life and his time in Germany with the U.S airforce intercepting Russian commu [...]

    8. Anfri Bogart on said:

      Come quasi tutte le autobiografie dei musicisti, anche qui ci sono a una certa tendenza all auto incensazione b la forte tentazione di raccontare mille aneddoti poco rilevanti c l idea che verranno letti da tutti i loro conoscenti che sono molti e quindi la necessit di citarli tutti d la convinzione di avere una discendenza eccezionale e quindi citare tutti i parenti e la ferma convinzione di dover condividere la propria eccezionale filosofia di vita Inoltre Cash per distinguersi elenca anche f [...]

    9. El on said:

      The thing about a lot of memoirs written by celebrities in their later years is that they re given a lot of leeway to ramble Johnny Cash was no exception, and let s be honest it s Johnny Cash Who in their right mind would tell him, Hey, why don t you reign it in a little, huh buddy That was never going to happen So Cash wrote about his life, and sometimes it made sense and sometimes it made something a little shy of sense, but it s still his memoir And he deserved the chance to tell his story.Hi [...]

    10. Adam Siegel on said:

      This isnt one of those ghostwritten autobiographies Neither is it some crazy tell all, get the skeletons out of the closet, woe is me story This is exactly what it says Cash by Johnny Cash It s the Man In Black telling his own story In his own voice He tells you how to pick cotton, the real story of blue suede shoes, what it feels like to dig imaginary spiders out of your own skin, and why he painted the windows on his camper black Answer so he could sleep during the day when he was high on amph [...]

    11. Adi on said:

      If you like even one of his songs, this book is worth reading If you don t like any of his songs, shame on you.

    12. Jon on said:

      I don t read a ton of biographies, auto or otherwise Many of them come across as very dry as they recount events in life chronologically, and no matter how well done that is, it can get boring The ones that really stand out are the ones that put the feeling and soul of a person into the work, whether that s the ghostwriter creating a character or the person themselves dictating and getting it written down cleaned up, I don t know Either way, when it s done right, it creates a compelling story Th [...]

    13. Matthew Richmond on said:

      Ever since I watched The Band s Levon Helm describe in Martin Scorsese s classic The Last Waltz with such effervescence and longing about Cotton Country, Memphis and the Melting Pot, I wanted to know about what he was talking about Then I remembered, Johnny Cash lived in the Cotton fields This was an engrossing read Johnny pours out his soul It s his voice all the way through His vivid descriptions of nature s allure, his recollections of Jamaica and that terrible robbery, Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewi [...]

    14. Rowland Pasaribu on said:

      Ever since the character played by John Cusak in the movie High Fidelity listed Cash by Johnny Cash as his number one book I knew I would have to read it I sure didn t hurt that I loved this movie a whole lot The book proved not to be my number one favorite but certainly was an eye opener and a fast fun book in many respects Cash is pretty easy to read, straightforward, honest and informative His life story is definitely worthy of a book or two From very humble beginnings to the top back down th [...]

    15. James Hartley on said:

      A good read, written in a melancholy, nostalgic tone, from the present, looking to the past Cash is the real deal or was the real deal someone who grew up in the south, picked cotton, heard and wrote songs, sung with Elvis at Sun, popped pills than anyone, found and lost and found God, and blew in and out of fashion.My favourite story was the one where he and his wife June were in New York City walking about on a Sunday and decided, on a whim, to go into a church they were passing When they did [...]

    16. Hannah on said:

      Being a Johnny Cash fan already I spotted this book while shopping and had to pick it up I enjoyed it from start to finish Cash had so many interesting stories to tell, from tragedy, his addiction to drugs, to his fame and meeting his wife June This autobiography gives such an amazing insight to Johnny s life from his childhood on the cotton field to his staggering career in music Even if you aren t a fan of Johnny Cash I would recommend this book because it s such an inspiring and heartwarming [...]

    17. Jason on said:

      Given the hype surrounding Johnny Cash for the previous 7 or 8 years, I had sort of reached a saturation point, where I just didn t need any I had loved his music for a long time, appreciated the man and the voice he had, but didn t need much else Someone bought me this for Christmas, and it was one of the most moving things I had ever read He is honest, humble, and most importantly, contemplative about his life and what it means It changed dramatically the way I felt and thought about his musi [...]

    18. Rob on said:

      For what we might reasonably lose in objectivity, an autobiography when well put together gives us the authentic voice of the person in question and allows us to enter their story deeply and usually at less of a remove than a biography would offer I am sure plenty of people were excited in 1997 by the news that Johnny Cash would be publishing another autobiography, following his 1975 book Man in Black He was then an ailing but resurgent monolith with a newly reborn music career and status as a [...]

    19. Jaime on said:

      Would give it three and a half if that was an option.This is worth reading for the amazing sentences scattered throughout The first sentence My line comes down from Queen Ada, the sister of Malcolm IV, descended from King Duff, the first King of Scotland That is pretty wonderful.In the extras for one of my favorite films, the director talks about trying to cast a certain character, and how the challenge was wrestling with the fact that the person was born into a fascist state of sorts with the s [...]

    20. Caroline on said:

      I asked Jaime if it was right to listen to pop country while finishing Cash by Cash, and then J.R lobbed a compliment to Trisha Yearwood on the last page.which is exactly how generous this book is 4 stars when he s talking about the things he loves June, old friends, homes, faith, Nickajack Cave, pills, Dolly Parton, study or regrets Vivian, absence, addiction.On June She s the easiest woman in the world for me to live with, I guess because I know her so well, and she knows me so well, and we ge [...]

    21. Jared Woods on said:

      The thing about Johnny and me, is that we were never that close Sure, I love his hits, and I think his latter day American Recordings were some of his best work, but the dude has 55 studio albums, c mon, how am I even supposed to approach that So instead, I settled to get to know the man by reading his autobiography His second autobiography, in actual fact, which is impressive in itself because most people s lives don t even warrant a first autobiography, including many who have written one.It t [...]

    22. Kasia on said:

      ycie Casha to na pewno wspania y materia na ksi k Nie jestem fanem, jednak podziwiam go jako artyst i jestem pe na uzania za jego wk ad w rozw j muzyki Oczywi cie najbadziej lubimy te kawa ki, kt re dobrze znamy, czyli dla mnie wciagaj ce by y fragmenty skupiaj ce si na pocz tkach jego kariery, gdy nagrywa dla the Sun, je dzi w trasy z Elvisem czy Jerrym Lee Lewisem, uzale ni si od narkotyk w, pozna June Carter i wytrze wia , nagra Folsom Prison Blues, a tak e o okolicznociach powstania American [...]

    23. Phil Gould on said:

      As a musician, I love to read about the artists who recorded the songs that I do in my performances Folsom Prison Blues is a frequent request but my favorite Johnny Cash song is I Still Miss Someone The Man in Black led a very interesting life and I learned a lot of details I did not know before reading this book his childhood, his drug problem, his home in Jamaica where he was robbed at gunpoint during a home invasion , his children, his many friends in the music industry, and the fact that he [...]

    24. Joe Rodeck on said:

      Memoirs would be accurate Johnny Cash uses most of these pages to praise friends and family However, it s much too superficial for example, to say I saw Linda Ronstadt and the whole crowd loved her I m not sure he even met the singer.He does get into his life long battle with pills amphetamines and pain killers But was there a rock bottom a brush with death No depth I took these pills and those pills Where is the My fault No explanation for the divorce of his first wife or about his firing of [...]

    25. Gabriel Olmeda on said:

      For some reason this book took me awhile to read Maybe it was because Johnny Cash is verbose or maybe because he had a lot of interesting events in his life This book was interesting, Cash is still an American icon and one of my favorite artists, but I did not feel the writing was up to par compared to his lyrics There were some captivating stories about his childhood in the country, his brother dying to his addiction with drugs starting a forest fire and getting in a fight with an ostrich but m [...]

    26. Chana on said:

      When I started listening to popular music back in the 1960 s my first favorite song was Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash It was probably 1968, I was 11 years old and I loved country music Even though I moved on to different music as I got older I have always had a liking for Johnny Cash and his music I guess that feeling never left me, I rented Walk The Line 3 times and bought the CD I enjoyed reading this book, Johnny Cash is a colorful character with a rich mellow voice as an author, a voice [...]

    27. Ben on said:

      I love Johnny Cash, but if you are going to read an autobiography of his read Man in Black This one has a little to much about Jesus in it and he too often starts on a good subject but then says I wont go into that because I covered it in my first autobiography.Favorite Quote paraphrase the biggest difference I can see about being on the road today vs when I started is that now The Colonel has Extra Crispy.

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