|3||I Was Watching You|
|4||God Is In The Roses|
|5||The Good Intent|
|6||Like A Wave|
|8||Dreams Are Not My Home|
|9||World Without Sound|
|10||Burn Down This Town|
|12||House On The Lake|
|13||The World Unseen|
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- Executive Producer – Julian Raymond, Rosanne Cash
- Producer – Bill Bottrell (tracks: 1,3,5,7,9,11), John Leventhal (tracks: 2,4,6,8,10,12)
Includes short video portrait: "Reflections On Black Cadillac".
The glass mastering date of this CD was 2005-12-20 (Dec 20, 2005).
- Barcode (scanned): 094634873802
- Matrix / Runout: M 7301 094634873802 F51220-02
- Mastering SID Code: L384
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 6100
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Glass Mastered At – Cinram, Richmond, IN
Black Cadillac is the twelfth studio album by Rosanne Cash, released in 2006. The album was a reflection on the deaths of Cash's mother, Vivian Liberto, father, Johnny Cash, and her stepmother, June Carter Cash, who all died within a two-year period. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk album in 2007. All songs were written by Rosanne Cash, except where noted. Black Cadillac. Radio Operator Cash, John Leventhal. I Was Watching You. Song: Black Cadillac Artist: Rosanne Cash Album: Black Cadillac Images: Various sites Video: GodsWildfire. It was a black Cadillac Like one you used to drive Now you were always rollin' But those wheels burn up your life Cadillac - Rosanne Cash. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Black Cadillac is a music album by Rosanne Cash released in 2006. Black Cadillac is ranked 10,019th in the overall chart, 2,048th in the 2000s, and 203rd in the year 2006. This album is rated in the top 17 of all albums on . ROSANNE CASH - BLACK CADILLAC - CD Condition: Very Good. Time left: 1h 43m 44s Ships to: Worldwide. Rosanne Cash - Black Cadillac - New & Sealed CD Condition: Brand New. Time left: 6h 52m 20s Ships to: Worldwide. In the 22 months that passed between the release of Rosanne Cash's wonderfully articulated Rules of Travel and Black Cadillac, she became an orphan. She lost her stepmother, June Carter Cash, in May of 2003 her father, Johnny, passed away in September of that same year and in May of 2005, her mother, Vivian Liberto Cash Distin, left this world as well. According to Cash, she began writing the songs for Black Cadillac in spring 2003 and ended in spring 2005. She began recording in November 2004. Rosanne Cash - Black Cadillac 2006. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Folk Country Music. Rosanne Cash. Songs in album Rosanne Cash - Black Cadillac 2006. Rosanne Cash - Black Cadillac. Rosanne Cash - Radio Operator. Rosanne Cash - I Was Watching You. Rosanne Cash - Burn Down This Town. Rosanne Cash - God Is In The Roses. Rosanne Cash - House On The Lake. Rosanne Cash - The World Unseen. Rosanne Cash - Like Fugitives. Rosanne Cash - Dreams Are Not My Home. Album 2006 12 Songs. The Very Best Of Rosanne Cash. Rosanne Cash: Super Hits. Hits 1979-1989. Critic Score. User Score. Or consider a donation 22. Yo La Tengo. I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass. The Drones. Rosanne Cash's songs don't break a lot of new ground they sneak up on you. The first time I listened to this, it sounded like another good Rosanne Cash album full of good songs, but nothing jumped out at me. By about the third time, every song had really settled in my brain, and it was all I wanted to listen to for about a week. The songs just work - every one accomplishes what it is intended to accomplish, sonically and emotionally. When Rosanne Cash wrote the songs for Black Cadillac, she was ready to open her heart. The results were an album hailed as the most intense of her career. Cash began recording the new songs late in 2004, and when Black Cadillac emerged as her second Capitol album and 11th overall on 23 January 2006, the measured melancholy in which she has few equals was plain to hear. It moved Mojo magazine to describe it as a tear-stained, yet tasteful, requiem, and Uncut as the most intense record of Cashs career