"I Still Miss Someone" is a song written and originally recorded by American country music singer Johnny Cash. He first recorded it in 1958 as the b-side to " Don't Take Your Guns to Town".
History [ edit ]
Cash wrote "I Still Miss Someone" with his nephew, Roy Cash Jr. He performed "I Still Miss Someone"
At Folsom Prison, and most of Cash's live recordings after the 1960s also included this song. [1 ]
Cash appeared in
, which documented Eat the Document Bob Dylan's 1966 world tour, performing "I Still Miss Someone" with Dylan backstage. Cash later recorded the song as a duet with Dylan during sessions for Dylan's album Nashville Skyline in 1969; however, this duet has never been officially released. [2 ]
The Statler Brothers recorded the song on their 1966 Flowers on the Wall album.
Charted covers [ edit ]
Four different artists have charted versions of "I Still Miss Someone" on the
charts. Billboard Flatt & Scruggs released a version on its album The Versatile Flatt & Scruggs, peaking at number 45 in 1965. In 1981, [3 ] Don King took a version to number 38, on his Epic Records album Whirlwind. [4 ] Emmylou Harris sent her version to number 51, releasing it as the third and final single from her 1989 album . Bluebird In 2004, [5 ] Martina McBride recorded the song on her 2005 album as a duet with Timeless Dolly Parton. This rendition went to number 50 in 2006. [6 ] Stevie Nicks also covered the song on her 1989 album The Other Side of the Mirror as did Nanci Griffith on her 1998 album of songs by other songwriters . Other Voices, Too (A Trip Back to Bountiful)
Jimmy Buffett performed the song as a dedication to Cash at the White River Amphitheatre in Auburn, Washington on September 16, 2003, four days after Cash's death. Before playing it, Buffett said it was his favorite Johnny Cash song. It's the only time Buffett ever played the song, and the performance was recorded and released on the live album . Also Gram Parsons And the International Submarine band covered it on their only album. Live in Auburn, WA Brenda Lee recorded a version as the B-side to her 1964 single, " Truly, Truly True".
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