Johnny Cash Remixed


July 16th, 2008

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Got an email about this today, Johnny Cash Remixed!!!  Click on the tracks to preview them, some of them are actually pretty damn  good.  Worth a listen for sure.

The remixed tracks (and remixers) include “I Walk The Line” featuring Snoop Dogg (QDT, the new production team led by Snoop Dogg — featuring Snoop, Teddy Riley and DJ Quik), “Country Boy” (Sonny J, whose album will be released in August on Astralwerks US), “Get Rhythm” (Philip Steir, the only remixer allowed to work with the Reprise Records Frank Sinatra collection), “Leave that Junk Alone” (Alabama 3, creators of “The Sopranos” theme song), “Folsom Prison Blues” (the legendary Pete Rock), “Hey Porter” (Mocean Worker, whose remix of Elvis Presley’s “Burnin’ Love” was used as a soundtrack to Honda’s Super Bowl TV commercial), “Sugartime” (Kennedy, cornerstone of the new UK Dirty Pop movement), “Trail to Mexico” (indie favorite Mexican Industry of Sound/MIS), “Doin’ My Time” (The Heavy, critically acclaimed UK-based band) and “Wide Open Road” (Count de Money), among others.



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