Johnny Cash Remixed:: Folsom Prison Blues

The long awaited release of Johnny Cash Remixed will be out tomorrow. Several Johnny Cash classics were licensed from Cash’s first record label, the legendary Sun Records, to be remixed and salted with the present age. Some may feel it is sacrilege to fool with the the legend’s music, though Johnny Cash Remixed keeps the reverence high while showing the resiliency of Cash’s music. The remixed tracks include “I Walk The Line” featuring Snoop Dogg (QDT, the new production team led by Snoop Dogg – featuring Snoop, Teddy Riley and DJ Quik), “Country Boy,” “Get Rhythm” (Philip Steir, the only remixer allowed to work with the Reprise Records Frank Sinatra collection), “Leave that Junk Alone” (Alabama 3, creators of The Sopranos theme song), “Folsom Prison Blues” (the legendary Pete Rock), “Hey Porter,” “Sugartime,” “Trail To Mexico” (indie favorite Mexican Institute of Sound/MIS), “Doin’ My Time” and “Wide Open Road,” among others. Johnny Cash Remixed is Executive Produced by John Carter Cash, Snoop Dogg, and Mathew Knowles for Music World Productions, Inc. and Co-Executive Produced by Brad Turcotte for Compadre Records/Music World Music and Gregg DeMammos for DeMammos Entertainment.

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