The List - Rosanne Cash
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  • Summary: The daughter of Johnny Cash releases a country covers album. Elvis Costello, Bruce Springsteen, Jeff Tweedy, and Rufus Wainwright appear as guest singers.
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  1. Their contributions serve only to enhance Rosanne Cash's renditions of songs that Johnny Cash understood to delineate cornerstone facets of American culture.
  2. Although meant to honor?father Johnny’s musical tastes, The List better serves as an exquisite reminder of Rosanne’s own history of artistic rebelliousness.
  3. He'd be proud of what his little girl's done with that sheet of paper.
  4. On The List, it’s a remarkable testament to her broader artistry that the same consistency and generosity extends to a batch of cover songs.
  5. The List still pulls off a rare feat: It's a covers album that stands as an essential addition to an artist's catalogue.
  6. The List is a testament to both Cash Jr.'s vocal talents and Cash Sr.'s catholic taste.
  7. Sad to say, The List is an overly polite, lifeless collection of tried and trusted country standards apparently recommended as required listening by her father back in 1973. [Dec 2009, p. 126]

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  1. NathanL.
    Oct 9, 2009
    Awesome, the duets are especially good. The best part of the album is the duet with neko case!
  2. Aug 6, 2011
    A great album which makes us youngsters know the old songs. Rosanne Cash takes those songs that her well-known father played to her and makes a new version of them with her fantastic voice, sometimes in duet with other well-known artists. The best song is "Sea of Heartbreak". A few, though, are a bit boring for my taste. I reccommend everyone (except hard rock/metal fans) to have a listen to it. Expand