|Posted: Mar 11, 2003 - 23:40|| |
Not good, not bad - just kinda weird, man.
|Posted: Feb 28, 2003 - 19:25|| |
That was painfully awful.
|Posted: Feb 19, 2003 - 14:29|| |
I thought it was funny that Johnny Cash has been working with Rick Rubin and doing covers of new wave and rock songs but man, are they good.
|Posted: Dec 30, 2002 - 13:20|| |
well done, in this context
|Posted: Dec 20, 2002 - 08:42|| |
|Posted: Dec 10, 2002 - 03:31|| |
I love the break down in the song..
I'd not heard much of Johnny Cash, except the songs that made it to 70's radio (me in my teens) ... its nice to hear his works; espcially ones that break my original impression of his music 'style'.
Expanded Horizons - 'Hear' @ Radio Paradise!
|Posted: Nov 19, 2002 - 17:41|| |
F**K YEAH! Love this guy, and hope to hear more here.
|Posted: Nov 04, 2002 - 10:12|| |
Wow! It's astounding that J. Cash generates more comments than almost any other artist, and most of them positive!
He is truly a patriarchal figure in rock and roll. I didn't always feel that way about him, but I certainly remember when he had Bob Dylan and Neil Young among many others on his tv show back in the seventies. My mom couldn't stand 'them hippies' hanging out with Johnny.
|Posted: Nov 04, 2002 - 10:04|| |
:???: selling out knows no bounds...
|Posted: Oct 30, 2002 - 08:43|| |
Whenever Johnny Cash covers a song (Rusty Cage, One, Personal Jesus) I tend to pay attention to the lyrics more.
|Posted: Oct 30, 2002 - 08:38|| |
One of the BEST covers I have ever heard. Ever.
Johnny Cash is Johnny Cash. 'Nuff said.
|Posted: Oct 25, 2002 - 05:09|| |
This is what country music is supposed to sound like. Ballsy. Johnny backed by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers doing Soundgarden. Who would have thought?
|Posted: Oct 04, 2002 - 17:36|| |
Burning Dinosaur Bones....
What a image.
Great story teller!
|Posted: Sep 24, 2002 - 11:55|| |
It's the granddad I never had!
|Posted: Sep 24, 2002 - 11:54|| |
I know I am the minority, but somebody shut him up!!!!!
|Posted: Sep 19, 2002 - 11:10|| |
|Posted: Aug 14, 2002 - 13:35|| |
|Posted: Aug 09, 2002 - 14:05|| |
wow, a country singer with no twang. i can handle this.
|Posted: Aug 09, 2002 - 13:39|| |
This was...a really interesting experience. I like both versions, but I have to say that I prefer the original. I usually tend to prefer the original. But this isn't bad as covers go. I like how he changed it and made it his own song.
Originally Posted by AC:
Cornell is the new lead vocalist/singer for Rage Against the Machine ... *blink*
It makes me weep.
|Posted: Aug 09, 2002 - 13:36|| |
|Posted: Jul 30, 2002 - 08:24|| |
If I ever figure out why I like this song, I will have achieved a level of self-awareness such that satori cannot be far away.
|Posted: Jul 25, 2002 - 03:25|| |
|Posted: Jul 04, 2002 - 17:08|| |
I love this song! Very cool.
|Posted: Jun 24, 2002 - 12:19|| |
I have to say, I really like this.... And this isn't what I would call my "thing".
|Posted: May 19, 2002 - 18:43|| |
|Posted: May 14, 2002 - 16:32|| |
I like almost all Johnny Cash but out of curiosity...have you ever thought of playing his cover of "One" by U2? I think it would fit very nicely with the eclectic mix heard on this station.
|Posted: May 14, 2002 - 13:39|| |
YES!!! KEEP IT UP BILL!!!
|Posted: May 14, 2002 - 13:38|| |
The man in black gets after it.
|Posted: May 09, 2002 - 12:51|| |
I hope to never hear this again.
|Posted: Apr 08, 2002 - 17:34|| |
This completely rocks.
But I say, we haven't gone far enough.
I want BILL SHATNER doing a Morrissey cover. Followed by Gary Coleman singing something, anything, by Hank Rollins.
Only then will the 6th seal of the apocalypse be opened.