is a The Holy Land concept album, the third gospel album and 30th overall album by country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1969. He recorded the album inspired by a visit to the Holy Land with his wife, June Carter Cash. The majority of the songs on the record accept religion as their main theme, with several gospel tracks making an appearance. All but three of the songs were written by Cash, though the sole single, " Daddy Sang Bass", which reached #1 on the Country charts and remained that spot for six weeks, was penned by Carl Perkins.
The cover has a picture of Cash standing in front of the chapel on top of the Mount of the Beatitudes, immediately north of the Sea of Galilee. Some versions of the album had a
3-D picture on the cover.
The album has been released on CD through Harmony Records in 1999.
Track listing [ edit ]
All tracks composed by
Johnny Cash, except where indicated.
Personnel [ edit ]
Additional personnel [ edit ]
Album - Billboard (North America)
Singles - Billboard (North America)
"Daddy Sang Bass"
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