Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Great disc - poor value
The Delite Rancher | Phoenix, Arizona | 05/24/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
""There You Go" is a great compilation of Johnny Cash's early material. Many classics are here from 'Hey Porter' and 'Get Rhythm' to 'Folsom Prison Blues' and the title track. In other words, this disc features songs from Johnny's Sun Records period. "There You Go" is not an official Johnny Cash release; this Pegasus compilation is an import featuring previously released material. It seems out-of-print and for good reason. For less money, the listener can get most of this music on "The Essential Johnny Cash" (Sony 2002) and the remaining songs can mostly be found on "All Aboard the Blue Train." At the time of review, the least expensive version of "There You Go" was going for $38.00 while a new copy of the two disc "The Essential Johnny Cash" could be purchased for $15.97. "There You Go" does have some rare tunes including 'You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven,' 'Down The Street To 301' and Hanks Williams' 'I Heard That Lonesome Whistle Blow.' Mostly, these are songs that weren't strong enough to be singles and casual fans can live without them. For what it is, "There You Go" is a great disc featuring Johnny's early material -it's just not a good value considering that the music can be found elsewhere for less money."