One Of These Days I'm Gonna Sit Down And Talk To Paul
I Won't Have To Cross Jordan Alone
What On Earth (Will You Do For Heaven's Sake)
The Old Account Was Settled Long Ago
Far Side Banks Of Jordan
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
Item description for The Gospel Music of Johnny Cash by Johnny Cash...
Overview Johnny Cash captured the hearts of millions and enriched the history of American music with his larger-than-life persona. ?The Man in Black? was drawn to people who had become prisoners of their own choices. These were people with whom he could identify, as his own battles with addiction and heartbreak were no secret. Eleven Grammy awards, Hall of Fame inductions, hit songs, television appearances and millions of devoted fans around the world could not bring Johnny peace and, for that reason, the life story of this cultural icon cannot be fully told without investigating the lifelong spiritual quest of Johnny Cash. This 90-minute musical documentary takes you into the deep places of his heart where he would ultimately find joy and fulfillment when he had tried everything else. Out of his authentic faith came a love for gospel music through which he would further impact his generation with songs of hope. This never-before-told spiritual odyssey of Johnny Cash features vintage footage, family photos, interviews, 15 musical performances and the rare opportunity to follow Johnny on his journey to the Holy Land.
Hosted by Dan Rather and interviews with John Carter Cash, Marshall Grant, Rosanne Cash and the Statler Brothers First-time ever that Cash?s spiritual story has been told on video Johnny Cash has sold over 50 million albums in his nearly 50 year career TV broadcasts and advertising on 14 cable networks in the US and Canada including GAC, TBN, Daystar and INSP PBS airings in selected markets Includes never-before-aired clips and rare family photos Features footage of Cash with Reverend Billy Graham during Graham Crusades
Publishers Description The legendary country singer performs the spiritual songs that formed the bedrock of his musical life.
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Format: Color, DVD, NTSC, Dolby
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Studio: Spring House / EMI
Record Label Spring House / EMI
Format Color / DVD / NTSC / Dolby
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.54" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Sep 25, 2007
Publisher CHORDANT ACNT# 3707
ISBN 0012390593 ISBN13 0617884479299 UPC 617884479299
Availability 0 units.
More About Johnny Cash
JOHNNY CASH (1932-2003) was an American icon and country music superstar. He performed everywhere from Folsom State Prison to the White House. In 1980 he became the youngest living person to be chosen for the Country Music Hall of Fame; he was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1977, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992, and the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2010. A recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors as well as the National Medal of Arts, he won nineteen Grammy Awards, four of them posthumously. PAUL MULDOON is the author of twelve collections of verse, including Moy Sand and Gravel, for which he won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. He is Howard G. B. Clark Profes-sor at Princeton University, and between 1999 and 2004 he was Professor of Poetry at Oxford. Since 2007, Muldoon has been poetry editor of The New Yorker. He is a Fellow of the Royal Soci-ety for Literature and of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Johnny Cash lived in Hendersonville, in the state of Tennessee. Johnny Cash was born in 1932 and died in 2003.
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The Gospel Music of Johnny Cash Oct 21, 2009
Wow, this item lays it out for us to see, the up and down struggle that we all endure, and that Cash endured, trying to serve the Lord while living with the day to day struggles of life, and the deep desire to be right with God.
A most informative side of the "Man in Black" Dec 28, 2008
This gave me a new and appreciative view of Johnny Cash. It was well written and I will watch it more than once.
Insightfull look into the real Johnny Cash Dec 21, 2008
I bought this DVD after watching the program on PBS. I've grown up with Johnny Cash, I'm 78, and this DVD is a good summary of all the things I think you would like to know about him. The story and the music are both good.
Touching Documentary on Johnny Cash Dec 20, 2008
Although Johnny Cash was never my favorite singer, I have always liked the spirit and sincerity of his music, especially since I was able to meet him briefly in 1990, when he was still healthy and in very good voice. This video brings to life Johnny's spiritual side, from his earliest years, through his many struggles that persisted throughout his career, and to his last days that brought a resurgence of his popularity. His knowledge of the Bible and his certainty of God's constant love and forgiveness continually brought him back to his roots. This video contains documentary footage that is touching, inspiring, and encouraging. In fact, when my wife and I first viewed it, we determined to buy extra copies as gifts for family members. I highly recommend it as one to enjoy viewing many times over.
The Gospel Music of Johnny Cash "Faith & Redemption" Sep 23, 2008
This is a very good documentary of Johnny Cash's life, including his struggles between good and evil, stuggles with his personal life, struggles with his family life, his career, health problems, and etc. This shows how his strong faith in GOD got him throught these struggles. The documentary is narrated by Dan Rather. This Dvd also highlights the Gospel Music of Johnny Cash.
It starts by describing his humble beginnings as a child being raised on a farm in the rural Arkansas delta. It progresses into his service to the country in the military. While he was stationed in Germany, he bought a guitar and learned to play and sing. He had met his first wife by this time and when he was honorably discharged, the two married and moved to Memphis. He auditioned for Sam Phillips at Sun Records by playing gospel songs, but Sam said he would not record any gospel songs. So, Johnny began recording early rollabilly songs and became a star. The early touring took a toll on Johnny and he resorted to drugs to cope. This took a toll on his first marriage and it ended.
Johnny hit bottom and was disfunctional for about a year, then he got involved with June Carter and mother Maybelle Carter. June was a true helpmate and helped him get his life back together. They married and his career became sucessful again. Sam Phillips lets him record some gospel songs and he performs "I Was there when it happened".
The Dvd shows some footage of Johnny, June and his band performing some gospel songs at San Quinton. Some of these include: "He turned the water into Wine", "Daddy sang bass", and "Man in Black" (he wrote this song for all the down-trodden people in the world).
The dvd documents John and Junes trips to the "Holy Land", and their filming of a movie about the life of Christ,in the "Holy Land". Some more great gospel song performances from Johnny include: "Over the Next Hill We'll be Home", "Peace in the Valley", "Why me Lord", "The Old Rugged Cross", and "I'm Just an old Chunk of Coal". These are performed at a Billy Graham Crusade. Johnny gives great testimony of his faith and devotion to Jesus Christ.
Tragedy strikes Johnnny again,as he is attacked by a large male Ostrich, at his farm in Tennesee. Some of his ribs are broken, and his stomach is torn open. He recovers but gets addicted to pain pills. He goes into the Betty Ford clinic and recovers. He rejoins Billy Graham at a Crusade, and gives great testimony again. He also performs some more great gospel songs including "One of these days I'm gonna sit down and talk to Paul"(this is and outstanding song written and performed by Johnny,).
Johnny and June go back to the "Holy Land", and he performs "I won't have to cross Jordan alone". They reappear back on a Billy Graham Crusade where they perform "What on earth will you do for Heaven's sake", and "the old account was settled long ago". Again, Johnny gives great testimony of his Christian Faith.
The documentary draws to a close and discusses Johnny's last few years alive, the death of his wife of 35 years June Carter Cash, and Johnny's worsening health problems. He is interviewed by Larry King and is asked if he is bitter, because of his bad health, and Johnny replys "No, I don't have any reason to be bitter", "I've had a great life". It ends by covering Johnny's last recordings and his death. This dvd is a great "Story of Faith and Redemption".