Black Cadillac

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For the 2003 movie, see Black Cadillac (film).
Black Cadillac
Studio album by Rosanne Cash
Released January 24, 2006
Recorded November 2004–July 2005
Genre Country
Length 46:38
Label Capitol
Producer Bill Bottrell, John Leventhal
Rosanne Cash chronology
The Very Best of Rosanne Cash
(2005)
Black Cadillac
(2006)
The List
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars [2]

Black Cadillac is an album by Rosanne Cash, released in 2006. The album was a reflection on the death of Cash's mother, Vivian Liberto, father, Johnny Cash, and her stepmother, June Carter Cash, who all died within a two-year period. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk album in 2007.

Track listing[edit]

All songs were written by Rosanne Cash, except where noted.

  1. "Black Cadillac"
  2. "Radio Operator" (Cash, John Leventhal)
  3. "I Was Watching You"
  4. "Burn Down This Town" (Cash, Leventhal)
  5. "God Is in the Roses"
  6. "House on the Lake" (Cash, Leventhal)
  7. "The World Unseen"
  8. "Like Fugitives
  9. "Dreams Are Not My Home"
  10. "Like a Wave"
  11. "World Without Sound"
  12. "The Good Intent" (Cash, Leventhal)
  13. "0:71"

Musicians[edit]

  • Rosanne Cash: Vocals
  • Bill Bottrell: Guitars, 12-String Guitar, E-Bow Guitar, Mando Cello, Bouzouki, Background Vocals, E-Bow, Mixing
  • Benmont Tench: Organ, Wurlitzer Piano, Background Vocals
  • Bruce Fowler: Trombone
  • John Leventhal: Guitars, Bass, Dobro, Percussion, Mandolin, Keyboards, Piano, Producer, Engineer, Mixing
  • Shawn Pelton: Drums
  • Michael Rhodes: Bass
  • Kevin Breit: Mandolin, Acoustic Guitar
  • Catherine Russell: Harmony Vocal
  • Charley Drayton: Drums
  • Brian McLeod: Drums, Background Vocals
  • Dan Schwartz: Bass, Background Vocals
  • Jose Hernandez: Trumpet
  • Albert Wing: Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet
  • Tom Gloadly, Joe Hogan, Mimi Parker: Engineering
  • Matt Shane: Mixing Assistant

Mastered by Ted Jensen

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 18
U.S. Billboard 200 78

References[edit]