Editors’ Notes Growing up with Johnny Cash for a father would be intimidating for anyone, let alone a singer/songwriter. But Rosanne Cash transcended her lineage to carve out her own artistic identity. She started out as a country singer, scoring her share of hits and high-charting albums in the ‘80s, but over time she added elements of pop, folk, and rock to her sound, evolving into a complex, visionary artist. In it for the long haul, Cash released one of her most successful albums, the multiple GRAMMY®-winning The River & the Thread, three and a half decades into her recording career.

SONG
ALBUM
Seven Year Ache
3:16
 
Tennessee Flat Top Box
3:09
 
Not Many Miles to Go
4:03
 
Runaway Train
4:02
 
Blue Moon With Heartache
4:28
 
Sea of Heartbreak (feat. Bruce Springsteen)
3:06
 
The Way We Make a Broken Heart
3:55
 
September When It Comes (feat. Johnny Cash)
3:40
 
My Baby Thinks He's a Train
3:13
 
It's Such a Small World
3:20
 
I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me
3:19
 
The Wheel
4:19
 
Motherless Children
3:06
 
50,000 Watts
2:58
 
Hold On
3:40
 
Black Cadillac
3:45
 
Girl from the North Country
3:32
 
A Feather's Not a Bird
3:18
 
Never Be You
3:31
 
Modern Blue
3:01
 
Heartaches By the Number (feat. Elvis Costello)
3:19
 
I'll Change for You (feat. Steve Earle)
3:50
 
Radio Operator
3:22
 
Rules of Travel
3:54
 
If You Change Your Mind
3:21
 
I Don't Want to Spoil the Party
2:36
 

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