Hymns from the Heart

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Hymns from the Heart
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Studio album by Johnny Cash
ReleasedJune 1962
RecordedFebruary 28, 1961 - April 27, 1961
GenreGospel
Length28:56
LabelColumbia
Producer
Johnny Cash chronology
Now Here's Johnny Cash
(1961)
Hymns from the Heart
(1962)
The Sound of Johnny Cash
(1962)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic2.5/5 stars [1]

Hymns from the Heart is the eleventh album and the second gospel album of singer Johnny Cash, released in 1962 (see 1962 in music). It features a selection of gospel songs, and is the second album of this type released by Cash, the first being Hymns by Johnny Cash. Cash later recorded many more gospel albums, including Sings Precious Memories and Believe in Him, among others. This album has a more traditional hymn/gospel feel than Cash's previous Hymns album.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."He'll Understand and Say Well Done"Roger Wilson2:27
2."God Must Have My Fortune Laid Away"Ted Harris2:49
3."When I've Learned Enough to Die"Ray Baker, Buddy Killen, Delbert Wilson2:47
4."I Got Shoes"Cash2:01
5."Let the Lower Lights Be Burning"Philip Bliss2:14
6."If We Never Meet Again"Albert E. Brumley3:02
7."When I Take My Vacation in Heaven"Herbert Buffum, R.E. Winsett2:26
8."When He Reached Down His Hand for Me"G.E. Wright2:04
9."Taller Than Trees"Lee Ferebee1:52
10."I Won't Have to Cross Jordan Alone"Charles Durham, Tom Ramsey3:00
11."My God Is Real (Yes, God Is Real)"Kenny Morris2:00
12."These Hands"Eddie Noack2:14
Total length:28:56

Personnel[edit]

THE TENNESSEE THREE

ADDITIONAL MUSICIANS

  • Billy Strange - guitar
  • Ray Edenton - guitar
  • Buddy Clark - bass
  • Irving Kluger - Drums
  • Floyd Cramer - Piano
  • Bill Pursell - Organ
  • Billy Lathum - Banjo
  • Marvin Hughes, Hubert Anderson - Vibes
  • Elliot Fisher, Anthony Olson, Frank Green, Olcott Vail, Joseph Livotti, Bobby Bruce - Violin
  • Gary White, Myron Sander - Viola
  • William E. Liebert - Leader

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