All Aboard the Blue Train

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All Aboard the Blue Train
Studio album by Johnny Cash
Released Original: November 15, 1962
Re-issued: September 9, 2003
Recorded March 22, 1955 - May 28, 1958
Genre Country, rockabilly
Length Original: 27:47
Re-issue: 39:52
Label Sun
Producer Sam Phillips
Jack Clement
Cary E. Mansfield
Bill Dahl
Johnny Cash chronology
The Sound of Johnny Cash
All Aboard the Blue Train
Blood, Sweat and Tears
Singles from Now Here's Johnny Cash
  1. "Hey, Porter"
    Released: 1955
  2. "Folsom Prison Blues"
    Released: 1955
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

All Aboard the Blue Train is the fourteenth album by singer Johnny Cash. It was originally released on 15 November 1962 by his first label, Sun, and later re-issued in 2003 under the label Varèse Sarabande, with six bonus tracks. In 1962 Johnny Cash had already signed with Columbia Records, but Sun was still cashing in on him by releasing this album with 12 prior released tracks.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Blue Train"   Billy Smith 2:03
2. "There You Go"   Cash 2:19
3. "Train of Love"   Cash 2:24
4. "Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye"   Gene Autry, Johnny Marvin 2:15
5. "(I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle"   Jamie Davis, Hank Williams 2:26
6. "Come in Stranger"   Cash 1:43
7. "Rock Island Line"   Lead Belly 2:13
8. "Give My Love to Rose"   Cash 2:46
9. "Hey, Porter"   Cash 2:15
10. "Folsom Prison Blues"   Cash 2:51
11. "Wreck of the old'97"   Norman Blake, Cash, Bob Johnson 1:48
12. "So Doggone Lonesome"   Cash 2:44
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Additional personnel


  1. ^ Smith, M. B. (2011). "All Aboard the Blue Train - Johnny Cash | AllMusic". Retrieved 22 July 2011.