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Rosanne Cash|Hits 1979 - 1989

Hits 1979 - 1989

Rosanne Cash

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Rosanne Cash recorded many worthwhile albums in the years after Hits 1979-1989 was released, but this compilation covers the time when Cash was a country star and reliable hitmaker -- namely, the '80s. At only 12 tracks, the collection doesn't feature all of her hits, but it does contain what are arguably the cream of the crop -- "No Memories Hangin' Around," "Seven Year Ache," "My Baby Thinks He's a Train," "Blue Moon with Heartache," "I Wonder," "I Don' t Know Why You Don't Want Me," "Never Be You," "Hold On," "The Way We Make a Broken Heart," "Tennessee Flat Top Box" and "I Don't Want to Spoil the Party." With a catalog as rich as Cash's, a compilation this brief can only skim the surface, but the end result is a terrifically engaging listen for the devoted and the curious alike.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
Seven Year Ache (Album Version)
00:03:17

Rosemary Butler, Vocal - Emory Gordy Jr., Guitar - Steuart Smith, Guitar - Tony Brown, Keyboards - Paul Leim, Drums - Harry Stinson, Vocal - Joe Osborne, Bass - Waddy Wachtel, Guitar - Maxayne Lewis, Vocal - Dave Thoener, Recording Engineer - Patti Darey, Vocal - Randy Kling, Mastering Engineer - Emory Gordy, Jr, Arranger - Emory Gordy, Jr, Bass - Shane Keister, Keyboards - Arnold McCutler, Vocal - Terry Evans, Vocal - Barry Becket, Keyboards - Bobby Bare, Vocal - Reggie Young, Guitar - John Cowan, Vocal - Bobby King, Vocal - Jim Photoglo, Vocal - Randy McCormick, Keyboards - Ricky Skaggs, Guitar - Ricky Skaggs, Fiddle - Steve Goldstein, Keyboards - Edgar Meyer, Bass - Benmont Tench, Keyboards - Eddie Bayers, Drums - Donivan Cowart, Recording Engineer - Vince Gill, Vocal - Frank Reckard, Guitar - Anton Fig, Drums - Steve Marcantonio, Recording Engineer - Richard Lescallette, Mastering Engineer - Jennifer Kimball, Vocal - Pat Flynn, Guitar - Mark O'Conner, Fiddle - Emory Gordy,Jr, Keyboards - David Malloy, Producer - Bob Santino, Keyboards - Willie Green, Vocal - Larrie Londin, Drums - John Ware, Drums - Bergen White, Arranger - Joe Bogan, Recording Engineer - Hank De Vito, Guitar - Hank De Vito, Steel Guitar - Rosanne Cash, Producer - Rosanne Cash, Performer - Billy Joe Walker, Jr, Guitar - Ula Hedwig, Vocal - Bradley Hartman, Recording Engineer - Albert Lee, Guitar - R. Cash, Composer - R. Cash, Lyricist - Michael Rhodes, Bass - Jerry McGee, Guitar - Larry Crane, Guitar - George Marino, Mastering Engineer - Rodney Crowell, Producer - Rodney Crowell, Vocal - Rodney Crowell, Guitar - David Hungate, Bass - James Burton, Guitar - Randy Scruggs, Guitar - Willie Weeks, Bass - Emmylou Harris, Vocal

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

2
I Don't Want To Spoil The Party (Album Version)
00:02:36

Rosemary Butler, Vocal - Emory Gordy Jr., Guitar - Steuart Smith, Guitar - Tony Brown, Keyboards - Paul Leim, Drums - Harry Stinson, Vocal - Joe Osborne, Bass - Waddy Wachtel, Guitar - Maxayne Lewis, Vocal - Dave Thoener, Recording Engineer - Patti Darey, Vocal - Randy Kling, Mastering Engineer - Emory Gordy, Jr, Arranger - Emory Gordy, Jr, Bass - Shane Keister, Keyboards - Arnold McCutler, Vocal - Terry Evans, Vocal - Barry Becket, Keyboards - Bobby Bare, Vocal - Reggie Young, Guitar - John Cowan, Vocal - Bobby King, Vocal - Jim Photoglo, Vocal - Randy McCormick, Keyboards - Ricky Skaggs, Guitar - Ricky Skaggs, Fiddle - Steve Goldstein, Keyboards - Edgar Meyer, Bass - Benmont Tench, Keyboards - Eddie Bayers, Drums - Donivan Cowart, Recording Engineer - Vince Gill, Vocal - Paul McCartney, Composer - Paul McCartney, Lyricist - Frank Reckard, Guitar - Anton Fig, Drums - Steve Marcantonio, Recording Engineer - Richard Lescallette, Mastering Engineer - Jennifer Kimball, Vocal - Pat Flynn, Guitar - Mark O'Conner, Fiddle - Emory Gordy,Jr, Keyboards - David Malloy, Producer - Bob Santino, Keyboards - Willie Green, Vocal - Larrie Londin, Drums - John Ware, Drums - Bergen White, Arranger - Joe Bogan, Recording Engineer - Hank De Vito, Guitar - Hank De Vito, Steel Guitar - Rosanne Cash, Performer - Billy Joe Walker, Jr, Guitar - Ula Hedwig, Vocal - Bradley Hartman, Recording Engineer - Albert Lee, Guitar - Michael Rhodes, Bass - Jerry McGee, Guitar - Larry Crane, Guitar - Margie Hunt, Executive Producer - George Marino, Mastering Engineer - Rodney Crowell, Vocal - Rodney Crowell, Guitar - David Hungate, Bass - John Lennon, Composer - John Lennon, Lyricist - James Burton, Guitar - Randy Scruggs, Guitar - Willie Weeks, Bass - Emmylou Harris, Vocal

(P) 1989 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

3
Hold On
00:03:37

Rosemary Butler, Vocal - Emory Gordy Jr., Guitar - Steuart Smith, Guitar - Tony Brown, Keyboards - Paul Leim, Drums - Harry Stinson, Vocal - Joe Osborne, Bass - Waddy Wachtel, Guitar - Maxayne Lewis, Vocal - Dave Thoener, Recording Engineer - Patti Darey, Vocal - Randy Kling, Mastering Engineer - Emory Gordy, Jr, Arranger - Emory Gordy, Jr, Bass - Shane Keister, Keyboards - Arnold McCutler, Vocal - Terry Evans, Vocal - Barry Becket, Keyboards - Bobby Bare, Vocal - Reggie Young, Guitar - John Cowan, Vocal - Bobby King, Vocal - Jim Photoglo, Vocal - Randy McCormick, Keyboards - Ricky Skaggs, Guitar - Ricky Skaggs, Fiddle - Steve Goldstein, Keyboards - Edgar Meyer, Bass - Benmont Tench, Keyboards - Eddie Bayers, Drums - Donivan Cowart, Recording Engineer - Vince Gill, Vocal - Frank Reckard, Guitar - Anton Fig, Drums - Steve Marcantonio, Recording Engineer - Richard Lescallette, Mastering Engineer - Jennifer Kimball, Vocal - Pat Flynn, Guitar - Mark O'Conner, Fiddle - Emory Gordy,Jr, Keyboards - Bob Santino, Keyboards - Willie Green, Vocal - Larrie Londin, Drums - John Ware, Drums - Bergen White, Arranger - Joe Bogan, Recording Engineer - Hank De Vito, Guitar - Hank De Vito, Steel Guitar - Rosanne Cash, Performer - Billy Joe Walker, Jr, Guitar - Ula Hedwig, Vocal - Bradley Hartman, Recording Engineer - Albert Lee, Guitar - R. Cash, Composer - R. Cash, Lyricist - Michael Rhodes, Bass - Jerry McGee, Guitar - Larry Crane, Guitar - George Marino, Mastering Engineer - Rodney Crowell, Producer - Rodney Crowell, Vocal - Rodney Crowell, Guitar - David Hungate, Bass - James Burton, Guitar - Randy Scruggs, Guitar - Willie Weeks, Bass - Emmylou Harris, Vocal

(P) 1985 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

4
Blue Moon With Heartache (Album Version)
00:04:29

Hank DeVito, Steel Guitar - Rodney Crowell, Producer - R. Cash, Composer - R. Cash, Lyricist - Emory Gordy Jr., Guitar - Emory Gordy Jr., Arranger - Larrie Londin, Drums - Rosanne Cash, Vocal - Rosanne Cash, Performer - Tony Brown, Piano

(P) 1981 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

5
My Baby Thinks He's A Train (Album Version)
00:03:13

Rodney Crowell, Producer - Emory Gordy Jr., Bass - Larrie Londin, Drums - Albert Lee, Electric Guitar - Rosanne Cash, Vocal - Rosanne Cash, Performer - L. Preston, Composer - L. Preston, Lyricist

(P) 1981 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
No Memories Hangin' Around (Album Version)
00:03:25

Hank DeVito, Steel Guitar - Ricky Skaggs, Acoustic Baritone Guitar - Ricky Skaggs, Fiddle - Stuart Taylor, Engineer - Donivan Cowart, Engineer - R. Crowell, Composer - R. Crowell, Lyricist - James Burton, Electric Guitar - Rodney Crowell, Producer - Rodney Crowell, Acoustic Baritone Guitar - Tony Brown, Piano - Emory Gordy Jr., Bass - Bradley Hartman, Engineer - David Malloy, Producer - Rosanne Cash, Producer - Rosanne Cash, Performer - John Ware, Drums - Bobby Bare, Vocal

(P) 1979 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

7
I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me (Album Version)
00:03:17

Rosemary Butler, Vocal - Emory Gordy Jr., Guitar - Steuart Smith, Guitar - Tony Brown, Keyboards - Paul Leim, Drums - Harry Stinson, Vocal - Joe Osborne, Bass - Waddy Wachtel, Guitar - Maxayne Lewis, Vocal - Dave Thoener, Recording Engineer - Patti Darey, Vocal - Randy Kling, Mastering Engineer - Emory Gordy, Jr, Arranger - Emory Gordy, Jr, Bass - Shane Keister, Keyboards - Arnold McCutler, Vocal - Terry Evans, Vocal - Barry Becket, Keyboards - Bobby Bare, Vocal - Reggie Young, Guitar - John Cowan, Vocal - Bobby King, Vocal - Jim Photoglo, Vocal - Randy McCormick, Keyboards - Ricky Skaggs, Guitar - Ricky Skaggs, Fiddle - Steve Goldstein, Keyboards - Edgar Meyer, Bass - Benmont Tench, Keyboards - Eddie Bayers, Drums - Donivan Cowart, Recording Engineer - Vince Gill, Vocal - Frank Reckard, Guitar - Anton Fig, Drums - Steve Marcantonio, Recording Engineer - R. Crowell, Composer - R. Crowell, Lyricist - Richard Lescallette, Mastering Engineer - Jennifer Kimball, Vocal - Pat Flynn, Guitar - Mark O'Conner, Fiddle - Emory Gordy,Jr, Keyboards - David Malloy, Producer - Bob Santino, Keyboards - Willie Green, Vocal - Larrie Londin, Drums - John Ware, Drums - Bergen White, Arranger - Joe Bogan, Recording Engineer - Hank De Vito, Guitar - Hank De Vito, Steel Guitar - Rosanne Cash, Producer - Rosanne Cash, Performer - Billy Joe Walker, Jr, Guitar - Ula Hedwig, Vocal - Bradley Hartman, Recording Engineer - Albert Lee, Guitar - R. Cash, Composer - R. Cash, Lyricist - Michael Rhodes, Bass - Jerry McGee, Guitar - Larry Crane, Guitar - George Marino, Mastering Engineer - Rodney Crowell, Producer - Rodney Crowell, Vocal - Rodney Crowell, Guitar - David Hungate, Bass - James Burton, Guitar - Randy Scruggs, Guitar - Willie Weeks, Bass - Emmylou Harris, Vocal

(P) 1984 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

8
I Wonder (Album Version)
00:03:04

Hank DeVito, Acoustic Baritone Guitar - Rosemary Butler, Vocal - Donivan Cowart, 2nd Engineer - Shane Keister, Piano - Rodney Crowell, Producer - Mike Reese, Mastering Engineer - Larrie Londin, Drums - Reggie Young, Guitar - L. Preston, Composer - L. Preston, Lyricist - Emory Gordy Jr., Bass - Bradley Hartman, Engineer - David Malloy, Producer - Keith Odle, 2nd Engineer - Rosanne Cash, Producer - Rosanne Cash, Performer - Maxayne Lewis, Vocal

(P) 1982 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Never Be You (Album Version)
00:03:26

Rosemary Butler, Vocal - Emory Gordy Jr., Guitar - Steuart Smith, Guitar - Tony Brown, Keyboards - Paul Leim, Drums - Harry Stinson, Vocal - Joe Osborne, Bass - Waddy Wachtel, Guitar - Maxayne Lewis, Vocal - Dave Thoener, Recording Engineer - Patti Darey, Vocal - Randy Kling, Mastering Engineer - B. Tench, Composer - B. Tench, Lyricist - Emory Gordy, Jr, Arranger - Emory Gordy, Jr, Bass - Shane Keister, Keyboards - Arnold McCutler, Vocal - Terry Evans, Vocal - Barry Becket, Keyboards - T. Petty, Composer - T. Petty, Lyricist - Bobby Bare, Vocal - Reggie Young, Guitar - John Cowan, Vocal - Bobby King, Vocal - Jim Photoglo, Vocal - Randy McCormick, Keyboards - Ricky Skaggs, Guitar - Ricky Skaggs, Fiddle - Steve Goldstein, Keyboards - Edgar Meyer, Bass - Benmont Tench, Keyboards - Eddie Bayers, Drums - Donivan Cowart, Recording Engineer - Vince Gill, Vocal - Frank Reckard, Guitar - Anton Fig, Drums - Steve Marcantonio, Recording Engineer - Richard Lescallette, Mastering Engineer - Jennifer Kimball, Vocal - Pat Flynn, Guitar - Mark O'Conner, Fiddle - Emory Gordy,Jr, Keyboards - David Malloy, Producer - Bob Santino, Keyboards - Willie Green, Vocal - Larrie Londin, Drums - John Ware, Drums - Bergen White, Arranger - Joe Bogan, Recording Engineer - Hank De Vito, Guitar - Hank De Vito, Steel Guitar - Rosanne Cash, Producer - Rosanne Cash, Performer - Billy Joe Walker, Jr, Guitar - Ula Hedwig, Vocal - Bradley Hartman, Recording Engineer - Albert Lee, Guitar - Michael Rhodes, Bass - Jerry McGee, Guitar - Larry Crane, Guitar - George Marino, Mastering Engineer - Rodney Crowell, Producer - Rodney Crowell, Vocal - Rodney Crowell, Guitar - David Hungate, Bass - James Burton, Guitar - Randy Scruggs, Guitar - Willie Weeks, Bass - Emmylou Harris, Vocal

(P) 1985 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

10
The Way We Make a Broken Heart (Album Version)
00:03:54

Rosemary Butler, Vocal - Emory Gordy Jr., Guitar - Steuart Smith, Guitar - Tony Brown, Keyboards - Paul Leim, Drums - Harry Stinson, Vocal - Joe Osborne, Bass - Waddy Wachtel, Guitar - Maxayne Lewis, Vocal - Dave Thoener, Recording Engineer - Patti Darey, Vocal - Randy Kling, Mastering Engineer - Emory Gordy, Jr, Arranger - Emory Gordy, Jr, Bass - Shane Keister, Keyboards - Arnold McCutler, Vocal - Terry Evans, Vocal - Barry Becket, Keyboards - Bobby Bare, Vocal - Reggie Young, Guitar - John Cowan, Vocal - Bobby King, Vocal - Jim Photoglo, Vocal - Randy McCormick, Keyboards - Ricky Skaggs, Guitar - Ricky Skaggs, Fiddle - Steve Goldstein, Keyboards - Edgar Meyer, Bass - Benmont Tench, Keyboards - Eddie Bayers, Drums - Donivan Cowart, Recording Engineer - Vince Gill, Vocal - Frank Reckard, Guitar - Anton Fig, Drums - J. Hiatt, Composer - J. Hiatt, Lyricist - Steve Marcantonio, Recording Engineer - Richard Lescallette, Mastering Engineer - Jennifer Kimball, Vocal - Pat Flynn, Guitar - Mark O'Conner, Fiddle - Emory Gordy,Jr, Keyboards - David Malloy, Producer - Bob Santino, Keyboards - Willie Green, Vocal - Larrie Londin, Drums - John Ware, Drums - Bergen White, Arranger - Joe Bogan, Recording Engineer - Hank De Vito, Guitar - Hank De Vito, Steel Guitar - Rosanne Cash, Producer - Rosanne Cash, Performer - Billy Joe Walker, Jr, Guitar - Ula Hedwig, Vocal - Bradley Hartman, Recording Engineer - Albert Lee, Guitar - Michael Rhodes, Bass - Jerry McGee, Guitar - Larry Crane, Guitar - George Marino, Mastering Engineer - Rodney Crowell, Producer - Rodney Crowell, Vocal - Rodney Crowell, Guitar - David Hungate, Bass - James Burton, Guitar - Randy Scruggs, Guitar - Willie Weeks, Bass - Emmylou Harris, Vocal

(P) 1987 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

11
Tennessee Flat Top Box (Album Version)
00:03:09

Rosemary Butler, Vocal - Emory Gordy Jr., Guitar - Steuart Smith, Guitar - Tony Brown, Keyboards - Joe Osborne, Bass - Harry Stinson, Vocal - Paul Leim, Drums - Waddy Wachtel, Guitar - Maxayne Lewis, Vocal - Dave Thoener, Recording Engineer - Patti Darey, Vocal - Randy Kling, Mastering Engineer - Emory Gordy, Jr, Arranger - Emory Gordy, Jr, Bass - Shane Keister, Keyboards - Arnold McCutler, Vocal - Terry Evans, Vocal - Barry Becket, Keyboards - Bobby Bare, Vocal - Reggie Young, Guitar - John Cowan, Vocal - Bobby King, Vocal - Jim Photoglo, Vocal - Randy McCormick, Keyboards - Ricky Skaggs, Guitar - Ricky Skaggs, Fiddle - Steve Goldstein, Keyboards - Edgar Meyer, Bass - Benmont Tench, Keyboards - Eddie Bayers, Drums - Donivan Cowart, Recording Engineer - Vince Gill, Vocal - Frank Reckard, Guitar - Anton Fig, Drums - Steve Marcantonio, Recording Engineer - Richard Lescallette, Mastering Engineer - Jennifer Kimball, Vocal - Pat Flynn, Guitar - Mark O'Conner, Fiddle - Emory Gordy,Jr, Keyboards - David Malloy, Producer - Bob Santino, Keyboards - Willie Green, Vocal - Larrie Londin, Drums - John Ware, Drums - Bergen White, Arranger - Joe Bogan, Recording Engineer - Hank De Vito, Guitar - Hank De Vito, Steel Guitar - Rosanne Cash, Producer - Rosanne Cash, Performer - Billy Joe Walker, Jr, Guitar - Ula Hedwig, Vocal - Bradley Hartman, Recording Engineer - Albert Lee, Guitar - Johnny Cash, Lyricist - Johnny Cash, Composer - Michael Rhodes, Bass - Jerry McGee, Guitar - Larry Crane, Guitar - Rodney Crowell, Producer - Rodney Crowell, Vocal - Rodney Crowell, Guitar - George Marino, Mastering Engineer - David Hungate, Bass - James Burton, Guitar - Randy Scruggs, Guitar - Willie Weeks, Bass - Emmylou Harris, Vocal

(P) 1987 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

12
Black And White (Single Version)
00:03:16

Rosemary Butler, Vocal - Emory Gordy Jr., Guitar - Steuart Smith, Guitar - Tony Brown, Keyboards - Paul Leim, Drums - Harry Stinson, Vocal - Joe Osborne, Bass - Waddy Wachtel, Guitar - Maxayne Lewis, Vocal - Dave Thoener, Recording Engineer - Patti Darey, Vocal - Randy Kling, Mastering Engineer - Emory Gordy, Jr, Arranger - Emory Gordy, Jr, Bass - Shane Keister, Keyboards - Arnold McCutler, Vocal - Terry Evans, Vocal - Barry Becket, Keyboards - Bobby Bare, Vocal - Reggie Young, Guitar - John Cowan, Vocal - Bobby King, Vocal - Jim Photoglo, Vocal - Randy McCormick, Keyboards - Ricky Skaggs, Guitar - Ricky Skaggs, Fiddle - Steve Goldstein, Keyboards - Edgar Meyer, Bass - Benmont Tench, Keyboards - Eddie Bayers, Drums - Donivan Cowart, Recording Engineer - Vince Gill, Vocal - Frank Reckard, Guitar - Anton Fig, Drums - Steve Marcantonio, Recording Engineer - Richard Lescallette, Mastering Engineer - Jennifer Kimball, Vocal - Pat Flynn, Guitar - Mark O'Conner, Fiddle - Emory Gordy,Jr, Keyboards - David Malloy, Producer - Bob Santino, Keyboards - Willie Green, Vocal - Larrie Londin, Drums - John Ware, Drums - Bergen White, Arranger - Joe Bogan, Recording Engineer - Hank De Vito, Guitar - Hank De Vito, Steel Guitar - Rosanne Cash, Producer - Rosanne Cash, Performer - Billy Joe Walker, Jr, Guitar - Ula Hedwig, Vocal - Bradley Hartman, Recording Engineer - P. Smith, Composer - P. Smith, Lyricist - Albert Lee, Guitar - Michael Rhodes, Bass - Jerry McGee, Guitar - Larry Crane, Guitar - George Marino, Mastering Engineer - Rodney Crowell, Producer - Rodney Crowell, Vocal - Rodney Crowell, Guitar - David Hungate, Bass - James Burton, Guitar - Randy Scruggs, Guitar - Willie Weeks, Bass - Emmylou Harris, Vocal

(P) 1989 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Rosanne Cash recorded many worthwhile albums in the years after Hits 1979-1989 was released, but this compilation covers the time when Cash was a country star and reliable hitmaker -- namely, the '80s. At only 12 tracks, the collection doesn't feature all of her hits, but it does contain what are arguably the cream of the crop -- "No Memories Hangin' Around," "Seven Year Ache," "My Baby Thinks He's a Train," "Blue Moon with Heartache," "I Wonder," "I Don' t Know Why You Don't Want Me," "Never Be You," "Hold On," "The Way We Make a Broken Heart," "Tennessee Flat Top Box" and "I Don't Want to Spoil the Party." With a catalog as rich as Cash's, a compilation this brief can only skim the surface, but the end result is a terrifically engaging listen for the devoted and the curious alike.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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