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Los escritores lo llamamos, "el incidente incitador". No estaba viendo la cintas, las estaba escuchando. Tengo a Sarah, la diosa distribuidora, escuchando esas cintas.
Es uno de sus habituales. Jordan Norris Radio Asistente del jefe de personal del Alcalde. Llegaremos a eso en un minuto. Pero no lo fue, porque era escritora y le dio la historia de su vida. Iba a exponerlo, a Ud. Hablamos con su portero, Jordan. Pero se fue a los minutos. No tuvo que hacerlo. Le ofrezco una salida.
Cash later claimed that during his operation, he had what is called a " near death experience ". Cash's recording career and his general relationship with the Nashville establishment were at an all-time low in the s. He realized that his record label of nearly 30 years, Columbia, was growing indifferent to him and was not properly marketing him he was "invisible" during that time, as he said in his autobiography. In , Cash released a self-parody recording titled "Chicken in Black," about Cash's brain being transplanted into a chicken and Cash receiving a bank robber's brain in return.
Biographer Robert Hilburn, in the published Johnny Cash: The Life disputes the claim made that Cash chose to record an intentionally poor song in protest of Columbia's treatment of him.
On the contrary, Hilburn writes, it was Columbia that presented Cash with the song, which Cash — who had previously scored major chart hits with comedic material such as "A Boy Named Sue" and "One Piece at a Time" — accepted enthusiastically, performing the song live on stage and filming a comedic music video in which he dresses up in a superhero-like bank robber costume.
According to Hilburn, Cash's enthusiasm for the song waned after Waylon Jennings told Cash he looked "like a buffoon" in the music video which was showcased during Cash's Christmas TV special , and Cash subsequently demanded that Columbia withdraw the music video from broadcast and recall the single from stores—interrupting its bona fide chart success—and termed the venture "a fiasco.
Between and , he recorded several sessions with famed countrypolitan producer Billy Sherrill who also produced "Chicken in Black" which were shelved; they would be released by Columbia's sister label, Legacy Recordings , in as Out Among the Stars. After more unsuccessful recordings were released in —85, Cash left Columbia at least as a solo artist; he continued to record for Columbia on non-solo projects until as late as , recording a duets album with Waylon Jennings and two albums as a member of The Highwaymen.
In , Cash returned to Sun Studios in Memphis to team up with Roy Orbison , Jerry Lee Lewis , and Carl Perkins to create the album Class of '55 ; according to Hilburn, Columbia still had Cash under contract at the time, so special arrangements had to be made to allow him to participate. After Columbia Records dropped Cash from his recording contract, he had a short and unsuccessful stint with Mercury Records from to During this time, he recorded an album of new versions of some of his best-known Sun and Columbia hits, as well as Water from the Wells of Home , a duets album that paired him with, among others, his children Rosanne Cash and John Carter Cash , as well as Paul McCartney.
A one-off Christmas album recorded for Delta Records followed his Mercury contract. His career was rejuvenated in the s, leading to popularity with an audience which was not traditionally considered interested in country music.
Cash was enthusiastic about the project, telling Langford that it was a "morale booster": Roseanne Cash later said "he felt a real connection with those musicians and very validated It was very good for him: He absolutely understood what they were tapping into, and loved it". The album attracted press attention on both sides of the Atlantic. In , he sang "The Wanderer" on U2 's album Zooropa which was the closing track.
According to Rolling Stone writer, Adam Gold,"The Wanderer" — written for Cash by Bono, "defies both the U2 and Cash canons, combining rhythmic and textural elements of Nineties synth-pop with a Countrypolitan lament fit for the closing credits of a Seventies western.
Although no longer sought after by major labels, he was offered a contract with producer Rick Rubin 's American Recordings label, which had recently been rebranded from Def American, under which name it was better known for rap and hard rock. The album had a great deal of critical and commercial success, winning a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album. Cash wrote that his reception at the Glastonbury Festival was one of the highlights of his career.
This was the beginning of a decade of music industry accolades and commercial success. On the same album, he performed the Bob Dylan favorite " Forever Young. Cash and his wife appeared on a number of episodes of the television series Dr. The album was produced by Rick Rubin with Sylvia Massy engineering and mixing.
Believing he did not explain enough of himself in his autobiography Man in Black , he wrote Cash: The Autobiography in In , Cash was diagnosed with the neurodegenerative disease Shy—Drager syndrome , a form of multiple system atrophy.
According to biographer Robert Hilburn, the disease was originally misdiagnosed as Parkinson's disease , and Cash even announced to his audience that he had Parkinson's after nearly collapsing on stage in Flint, Michigan , on October 25, Soon afterwards, his diagnosis was changed to Shy—Drager, and Cash was told he had approximately 18 months to live.
The illness forced Cash to curtail his touring. He was hospitalized in with severe pneumonia , which damaged his lungs. Solitary Man and American IV: The Man Comes Around June Carter Cash died on May 15, , at the age of At the July 5, , concert his last public performance , before singing " Ring of Fire ", Cash read a statement about his late wife that he had written shortly before taking the stage:.
The spirit of June Carter overshadows me tonight with the love she had for me and the love I have for her.
We connect somewhere between here and Heaven. She came down for a short visit, I guess, from Heaven to visit with me tonight to give me courage and inspiration like she always has.
She's never been one for me except courage and inspiration. I thank God for June Carter. I love her with all my heart. Cash continued to record until shortly before his death. His final recordings were made on August 21, , and consisted of "Like the ", which appeared on American V: A Hundred Highways in , and the final song he completed, "Engine ", which was recorded for his son John Carter Cash for a planned Carter Family tribute album. While hospitalized at Baptist Hospital in Nashville, Cash died of complications from diabetes at approximately 2: CT on September 12, , aged 71 — less than four months after his wife.
It was suggested that his health worsened due to a broken heart over June's death. In June , Cash's lakeside home on Caudill Drive in Hendersonville was put up for sale by his estate.
The listing agent was Cash's younger brother, Tommy. On April 10, , during major renovation works carried out for Gibb, a fire broke out at the house, spreading quickly due to a flammable wood preservative that had been used. The building was completely burnt down. A Hundred Highways , was released posthumously on July 4, The album debuted in the No. Cash was raised by his parents in the Southern Baptist denomination of Christianity.
Snow son of Hank Snow with outreach to people in the music world. A biblical scholar ,    Cash penned a Christian novel , Man in White in and in the introduction writes about a reporter who, interested in Cash's religious beliefs, questions whether the book is written from a Baptist, Catholic, or Jewish perspective. Cash denies an answer to the book's view and his own, and replies, "I'm a Christian.
Don't put me in another box. He then sang, "Family Bible. Cash is credited with having converted actor and singer John Schneider to Christianity. Cash nurtured and defended artists such as Bob Dylan  on the fringes of what was acceptable in country music even while serving as the country music establishment's most visible symbol. Cash himself appeared at the end and performed for the first time in more than a year.
Two tribute albums were released shortly before his death; Kindred Spirits contains works from established artists, while Dressed in Black contains works from many lesser-known musicians.
In total, he wrote over 1, songs and released dozens of albums. A box set titled Unearthed was issued posthumously.
The set also includes a page book that discusses each track and features one of Cash's final interviews. In , Rolling Stone ranked Cash No. Prior to this, having been closed for a number of years, the museum had been featured in Cash's music video for "Hurt. On November 2—4, , the Johnny Cash Flower Pickin' Festival was held in Starkville, Mississippi , where Cash had been arrested more than 40 years earlier and held overnight at the city jail on May 11, The incident inspired Cash to write the song "Starkville City Jail".
The festival, where he was offered a symbolic posthumous pardon, honored Cash's life and music and was expected to become an annual event.
The museum offers public tours of the bus on a seasonal basis it is stored during the winter months and not exhibited during those times. A limited-edition Forever stamp honoring Cash went on sale June 5, The stamp features a promotional picture of Cash taken around the release of " Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash.
Along the trail, eight larger-than-life public art pieces will tell the story of Johnny Cash, his connection to Folsom Prison, and his epic musical career. In , a new species of black tarantula was identified near Folsom Prison and named Aphonopelma johnnycashi in his honor. At the middle of the fifth inning, people in oversized foam caricature costumes depicting Cash, as well as George Jones , Reba McEntire , and Dolly Parton , race around the warning track at First Tennessee Park from center field to the home plate side of the first base dugout.
On February 8, , the album Forever Words was announced, putting music to poems that Cash had written and which were published in book form in In November , Walk the Line , a biographical film about Cash's life, was released in the United States to considerable commercial success and critical acclaim. They both performed their own vocals in the film with their version of "Jackson" being released as a single , and Phoenix learned to play guitar for the role.
Phoenix received a Grammy Award for his contributions to the soundtrack. John Carter Cash, the son of Johnny and June, served as an executive producer.
On March 12, , Ring of Fire , a jukebox musical of the Cash oeuvre, debuted on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theater but closed due to harsh reviews and disappointing sales on April Actor Lance Guest portrayed Cash.
The musical was nominated for three awards at the Tony Awards and won one. Robert Hilburn , veteran Los Angeles Times pop music critic, the journalist who accompanied Cash in his Folsom prison tour, and interviewed Cash many times throughout his life including months before his death, published a page biography with 16 pages of photographs in Cash received multiple Country Music Association Awards , Grammys , and other awards, in categories ranging from vocal and spoken performances to album notes and videos.
In a career that spanned almost five decades, during which he rose to recording industry icon status, Cash was the personification of country music to many people around the world. Cash was a musician who was not defined by a single genre. He recorded songs that could be considered rock and roll , blues , rockabilly , folk , and gospel , and exerted an influence on each of those genres.
His diversity was evidenced by his presence in five major music halls of fame: His contributions to the genre have been recognized by the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. In , he was awarded the National Medal of Arts. I demand a recount. My grandfather raised me on Johnny Cash, and I think he deserves this more than any of us in here tonight.
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