“A Heartbeat And A Guitar: Johnny Cash And The Making Of Bitter Tears” is a truly absorbing book by author Antonino D’Ambrosio on Cash and the making of his seminal LP Bitter Tears (Ballads Of The American Indian), published in October 2009 by Nation Books.
Harvey Kubernik discusses the book “A Heartbeat and a Guitar: Johnny Cash and the Making of Bitter Tears” with author Antonino D’Ambrosio.
12 previously unreleased Hendrix tracks are coming out in March; John Carpenter’s "Elvis" is coming to DVD; Barenaked Ladies sign with EMI; James Taylor and Carole King announce U.S. tour dates; the final Johnny Cash American Recordings album; and a new Wanda Jackson single from Third Man.
In Part 3, Bobby Vee talks about his studio sessions in Clovis, working with Bob Dylan and his experiences recording on the Liberty label.
Creedence Clearwater Revival was a steady presence on the radio throughout 1969, and the red-hot band was a television mainstay that year, too. CCR drummer Doug Clifford has vivid memories of the band’s three TV appearances in ’69.
From Johnny Cash and Faron Young to Diana Ross and Duane Allman, vaults offer up diverse gems.