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  1. Johnny Cash - I Would Like To See You Again - White Label Promo (NM) $ $ shipping. Watch. Johnny Cash - Strawberry Cake Live Vinyl LP White Label Promo - KC $ $ shipping. Watch. PROMO Ernest V. Stoneman A Rare Find! Stereo LP VG++. $ BILLY WALKER I TAUGHT HER EVERYTHING SHE KNOWS VINYL LP ALBUM.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Johnny Cash - Strawberry Cake at Discogs. Complete your Johnny Cash collection/5(31).
  3. VTG JOHNNY CASH "AT FOLSOM PRISON" VINYL ALBUM LP COLUMBIA RECORDS CS $ 8 bids. $ shipping. Ending Jul 20 at AM PDT 6d 1h. New Listing JOHNNY CASH - STRAWBERRY CAKE - LP VINYL RECORD. $ Genre: Country. Free shipping. Artist: Johnny Cash. or Best Offer. Duration: LP.
  4. Weighing in at 63 discs, Johnny Cash's The Complete Columbia Album Collection certainly is hefty. Its only true rival is another massive Legacy set, the box of Miles Davis' The Complete Columbia Album Collection which bests this box by a mere seven CDs, yet they share the same blueprint: each contains every one of their Columbia albums, including some posthumously released records Price: $
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  6. The Complete Columbia Album Collection (CD) by Johnny Cash - CD () for $ from cuzneotunighlisiredibavetagi.co Country & Bluegrass - Order by Phone /5(30).
  7. The album ‘Johnny et ses Fans au Festival de Rock ‘N’ Roll’ () is a ‘live’ recording. Five of the nine songs are from the album ‘Nous Les Gars, Nous Les Filles’, and two more come from the debut LP ‘Hello Johnny’. Also featured is ‘Knocked Out’ and Little Richard’s ‘Tutti Frutti’/5(24).
  8. This is an often overlooked and underappreciated Cash release from , "Strawberry Cake" recorded live at the London Palladium. The title song was the only single release from the album, and it stalled in the mid 50s and Columbia shelved the album and moved on with the next Cash release which was the much more successful, "One Piece At A Time."/5(3).

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