Old Golden Throat

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Old Golden Throat
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Compilation album by Johnny Cash
Released June 1968
Recorded August 8, 1958 - January 12, 1967
Genre Country, folk
Length 34:12
Label CBS
Producer Don Law, Frank Jones
Johnny Cash chronology
At Folsom Prison
(1968)
Old Golden Throat
(1968)
Heart of Cash
(1968)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link

Old Golden Throat is the 28th album by country singer Johnny Cash. It was released in 1968 and is a collection of mostly previously released songs. Nine of the fourteen tracks had previously appeared on Billboard's country singles chart.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Single Length
1. "I Got Stripes"   Cash, Charlie Williams A-Side 2:05
2. "A Certain Kinda Hurtin'"   Cash "Sons of Katie Elder" B-Side 2:03
3. "Little at a Time"   Cash, Gordon Terry "In The Jailhouse" B-Side 1:57
4. "All Over Again"   Cash A-Side 2:12
5. "Still In Town"   Harlan Howard, Hank Cochran "The Matador" B-Side 2:36
6. "Smiling Bill McCall"   Cash "Seasons of My Heart" B-Side 2:07
7. "The Wind Changes"   Cash "Red Velvet" B-Side 2:49
8. "The Sons Of Katie Elder"   Ernie Sheldon, Elmer Bernstein A-Side 2:35
9. "Dark as a Dungeon"   Merle Travis "Understand Your Man" B-Side 2:29
10. "Tennessee Flat Top Box"   Cash A-Side 3:01
11. "The Matador"   Cash, June Carter A-Side 2:48
12. "Send a Picture of Mother"   Cash "Busted" B-Side 2:53
13. "You Dreamer You"   Cash "Frankie's Man Johnny" B-Side 1:49
14. "Red Velvet"   Ian Tyson A-Side 2:48
Total length:
34:12

Personnel[edit]

Charts[edit]

Singles - Billboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
1967 "The Wind Changes" Country Singles 60
1965 "The Sons of Katie Elder" Country Singles 10
1964 "Dark as a Dungeon" Country Singles 49
1963 "The Matador" Country Singles 2
1961 "Tennessee Flat-Top Box" Country Singles 11
1960 "Smiling Bill McCall" Country Singles 13
1959 "You Dreamer You" Country Singles 13
1959 "I Got Stripes" Country Singles 4
1958 "All Over Again" Country Singles 4

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