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Rosanne Cash - Black Cadillac - Capitol

In the space of two years (2003-2005), ROSANNE CASH lost her mother, stepmother (JUNE CARTER CASH), and - of course - her father JOHNNY CASH. The result for her musically is the most intense and personal of all of her many releases over a 25-year-plus career.

Black Cadillac is a sonically beautiful and lyrically challenging disc. The title track refers to both the hearse used to take her father away for the last time and the type of car he preferred in life, and serves as an emotional cornerstone to the rest of the album.

Produced brilliantly by Rosanne's husband JOHN LEVENTHAL and BILL BOTTRELL, Black Cadillac sounds like an album that we will want to go back to often. Rosanne Cash may have just given us her career defining moment...

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Written by Dan Reed