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.
All songs were written by Rosanne Cash, except where noted.
- "Black Cadillac"
- "Radio Operator" (Cash, John Leventhal)
- "I Was Watching You"
- "Burn Down This Town" (Cash, Leventhal)
- "God Is in the Roses"
- "House on the Lake" (Cash, Leventhal)
- "The World Unseen"
- "Like Fugitives
- "Dreams Are Not My Home"
- "Like a Wave"
- "World Without Sound"
- "The Good Intent" (Cash, Leventhal)
- 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
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