The album is composed of recordings made by Cash in 1981 and 1984 with producer Billy Sherrill for Columbia Records. The album was shelved by the label and was never released. In 2012 Cash’s son, John Carter Cash, discovered the recordings in the archive and commissioned additional production to complete the album. Cash also recorded the 1981 album The Baron with Sherrill in an attempt to turn around his dismal album sales but the strategy did not work, leaving his record executives eager to end his affiliation with the label. The album is also a posthumous release for June Carter Cash, Johnny Cash’s wife, who is featured on two tracks, and for Minnie Pearl and Waylon Jennings, who provide vocals on two other songs, “If I Told You Who It Was” and “I’m Movin’ On”, respectively.
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Out Among The Stars
Out Among the Stars is a posthumously released studio album by Johnny Cash. It was released on March 25, 2014, by Legacy Recordings. The recordings come from lost 1980s sessions with famed countrypolitan producer Billy Sherrill which were shelved by Cash’s record company, Columbia Records, and discovered by Cash’s son John Carter Cash in 2012.
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A1 Out Among The Stars
A2 Baby Ride Easy
A3 She Used To Love Me A Lot
A4 After All
A5 I’m Movin’ On
A6 If I Told You Who It Was
B1 Call Your Mother
B2 I Drove Her Out Of My Mind
B4 Rock And Roll Shoes
B5 Don’t You Think It’s Come Our Time
B6 I Came To Believe
B7 She Used To Love Me A Lot (JC/EC Version)