Out Among the Stars
Studio album by Johnny Cash
March 25, 2014
1981, Columbia Studios,
Nashville, Tennessee, United States and 1984, 1111 Sound Studios, Los Angeles, California, United States, with additional recording sessions in 2013
John Carter Cash
Johnny Cash chronology
Singles from Out Among the Stars
" She Used to Love Me a Lot"
Released: March 11, 2014 [1 ]
is a posthumous studio album from Out Among the Stars Johnny Cash, set to be released through Legacy Recordings on March 25, 2014. The recordings come from lost 1980s sessions with famed countrypolitan producer Billy Sherrill which were shelved by Cash's record company, Columbia and discovered by Cash's son John Carter Cash in 2012. Cash also recorded the 1981 album [2 ] with Sherrill in an attempt to turn around his dismal album sales but the strategy did not work, leaving his record executives eager to dump him. The Baron [3 ]
Release and promotion [ edit ]
The album was preceded by the single "
She Used to Love Me a Lot" with a b-side remix of the song from Elvis Costello. [1 ]
Reception [ edit ]
Prior to its release,
Stereogum named it one of the most anticipated albums of 2014. [4 ]
Track listing [ edit ]
"Out Among the Stars" (
Adam Mitchell) "Baby Ride Easy" (
Richard Dobson) "
She Used to Love Me a Lot" (Kye Fleming, Dennis Morgan, and Charles Quillen) "
After All" ( Ed Bruce and Patsy Bruce) "
I'm Movin' On" ( Hank Snow) "If I Told You Who It Was"
"Call Your Mother" (Cash)
"I Drove Her Out of My Mind"
"Rock and Roll Shoes"
"Don't You Think It's Come Our Time"
"I Came to Believe" (Cash)
Digital editions contain a bonus track
Personnel [ edit ]
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b "Elvis Costello Remixes Johnny Cash's Lost Song 'She Used to Love Me a Lot. '" . Spin Spin Media. March 2, 2014.
^ Talbott, Chris (December 10, 2013). "New Johnny Cash Album to Be Released Next Spring". Associated Press.
^ Cash, Johnny (October 1997), Cash: The Autobiography, Harper San Francisco, p. 250, ISBN 0062515004
^ DeVille, Chris (December 23, 2013). "The 100 Most Anticipated Albums of 2014". Stereogum.
External links [ edit ]