Téléchargement le album Johnny Cash And The Tennessee Three - One Piece At A Time
|1||Go On Blues|
Written-By – J. R. Cash
|2||One Piece At A Time|
Written-By – W. Kemp
|S CBS 4287||Johnny Cash And The Tennessee Three||One Piece At A Time (7", Single)||CBS||S CBS 4287||UK||1976|
|CBS 4287, CBS S 4287||Johnny Cash And The Tennessee Three||One Piece At A Time (7", Single)||CBS, CBS||CBS 4287, CBS S 4287||Germany||1976|
|3-10321||Johnny Cash And The Tennessee Three||One Piece At A Time (7", Promo)||Columbia||3-10321||US||1976|
|S CBS 4287||Johnny Cash And The Tennessee Three||One Piece At A Time (7")||CBS||S CBS 4287||UK||1976|
|3-10321||Johnny Cash And The Tennessee Three||One Piece At A Time / Go On Blues (7", Promo)||Columbia||3-10321||US||1976|
- Producer – Charlie Bragg, Don Davis
On Cover: (Unverkäufl. Muster)
On LAbel: Unverkäufliche Musterplatte
Track A: Tree Publishing Co., Inc.
Track B: House of Cash, Inc.
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A [Etched - First letter scrambled]): CBS-4287-#-A-
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B [Etched]): CBS-4287-B-
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Schallplatten GmbH
- Published By – Tree Publishing Co., Inc.
- Published By – House Of Cash, Inc.
One Piece at a Time is the 54th album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released in 1976 on Columbia Records. One Piece at a Time, which was a 1 hit, is a humorous tale of an auto worker on the Detroit assembly line who puts together a car out of parts he swipes from the plant. Sold Out of Flag Poles also charted as a single, reaching 29 on the country singles charts. Committed to Parkview, a Cash original, would be re-recorded in 1985 by Cash, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson and. Written by Wayne Kemp. Released March 1976 from the album One Piece at a Time. It reached 1 Country U. and Canada 29 Hot 100 6 Piece At a Time. Get album. Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two. 12,560 listeners. Gram Parsons & Emmylou Harris. 5,741 listeners. Johnny Cash & June Carter. 130,578 listeners. Johnny Cash. Hello We have detected Русский as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Mehr Bilder. Songs in album Johnny Cash - One Piece At A Time 1976. Johnny Cash - Let There Be Country. Johnny Cash - One Piece At A Time. Johnny Cash - In A Young Girl's Mind. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Join The Newsletter. Toggle Navigation. One Piece At A Time. May 01, 1976. Buy Now. Columbia Records advertisement promoting Johnny Cashs single, One Piece At A Time from the 1976 album of the same name. Visit The Merch Store. Chart Performance. Country: United States. Preview, buy, and download songs from the album One Piece At a Time, including Let There Be Country, One Piece At a Time, In a Young Girl's Mind, and many more. Buy the album for . Songs start at . One Piece At a Time Johnny Cash. One Piece At a Time. Johnny Cash & Tennessee Three. In a Young Girl's Mind. Mountain Lady. Michigan City Howdy Do. Sold Out of Flagpoles. Committed to Parkview. Artist: Johnny Cash. Album: One Piece At a Time, 1976. Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment. 1976 Sony Music Entertainment. Released on: 1976-05-01. Composer: W. Kemp Guitar: Bob Wooton Bass: Marshall Grant Drums: W. Fluke Holland Guitar: Bobby Thompson Guitar: Pete Wade Guitar: Dave Kirby Guitar: Jerry Hensley Guitar: Jack Routh Guitar: Helen Carter Jones Guitar: Jimmy Capps Steel Guitar: Lloyd Green Mandolin: Tommy Williams Fiddle: Tommy Jackson Fiddle: Buddy Spicher Fiddle: Johnny Gimble Piano: Bobby Wood Piano: David Briggs Piano: Larry McCoy Piano: Earl. Album: One Piece At A Time. embed . Get the embed code. Johnny Cash & Tennessee Three Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. The trademark shuffling twang of the Tennessee Three remained an attractive feel, unique and apparently impossible to copy, but there was more to it than that. His choice of subjects solidified the impression of him as an all-American mainstream type who happened to side with the hippies and hang out with Bob Dylan, a fact of great significance during this era, and which might have sustained Cash had he decided to begin performing on harpischord