JOHNNY CASH - I don´t hurt anymore -New Album Ain´t no Grave - A movie by Falke58.wmv





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Published on Mar 12, 2010

I Don´t Hurt Anymore(Don Robertson & Jack Rollins) from the new album Ain´t no grave - American VI
(American - Lost Highway Records -Universal) released 23th of february 2010 in the day Johnny Cash
would had been 78 year. The song was already popular in the fifties in Hank Snow´s version.
I don´t hurt anymore was one of the last songs Cash ever recorded. You hear a man who´s has a broken sadly voice but still his feelings to make a song so memorable. Even me get so much
feelings when I hear those wonderful songs.

American VI: Ain't No Grave, the sixth and final installment of Johnny Cash's critically-acclaimed American Recordings album series, will be officially released on February 26, 2010 (American Recordings/Lost Highway), the day that would have been The Man in Black's 78th birthday. As with the previous five albums in the American Recordings series, American VI was produced by Rick Rubin.

American VI is deeply elegiac and spiritual, with each song its own piece of the puzzle of life's mysteries and challenges - the pursuit of salvation, the importance of friendships, the dream of peace, the power of faith, and the joys and adversities that entail simple survival. It is an achingly personal and intimate statement, as, from the end of the line, Johnny Cash looks back on a most extraordinary life.
During these sessions, in May of 2003, less than four months before he passed, Cash lost his wife June Carter Cash due to surgical complications. According to Rubin, "Johnny said that recording was his main reason for being alive. I think it was the only thing that kept him going."

Cash feared that American IV might be his last release, so Rubin suggested that he immediately begin writing and recording new material. Due to the artists frail condition, Rubin arranged for an engineer and guitar players to always be on call. Every morning, when hed wake up, he would call the engineer and tell him if he was physically up to working that day, Rubin explains.

During those months, Rubin went to Nashville several times to record with Cash. After a particularly productive four days of sessions, the artist said to the producer, Oh, this is great; please stay longer. So Rubin canceled his return flight to L.A., only to get a call the next morning that Cash was back in the hospital. So there was a lot of stopping and starting, based on his health, says Rubin. But he always wanted to work. The doctors in the hospital kind of lectured me, saying, Hes not going to stop, so you have to make sure he doesnt work too much.

Though Cash knew his days were short, There was no fear, Rubin says. I remember speaking to him maybe an hour after June died. He was in the hospital, with her, and Id never heard him so distraught. And he said, You know, Ive been through tremendous pain in my life, and Ive never felt anything like this. It was so bad that I didnt know what to say. He sounded so weak, so beaten, and Id never really heard him like that before. Im not sure where the question came from, but I said, Do you feel like somewhere you can find faith? And when he heard that word, a switch went off in his head, and he answered in a strong voice, My faith is UNSHAKABLE. And the conversation changed after that. So he had tremendous faith, he didnt really have fear and he already was dealing with pain; I think he had acceptance. When he knew he was going to die, he was calm and matter of fact about it, andthat was it.

"Ain't No Grave," the title track, speaks to the overall theme of the album - "Well there ain't no grave/Can hold my body down..." American VI may be his final album of new material, The Man in Black may no longer walk this Earthly realm, but through his music, thankfully, Johnny Cash is very much alive and well and living among us.

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