Various - We Walk The Line - Inside A Norwegian Prison album flac
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: We Walk The Line - Inside A Norwegian Prison
Style: Country Rock, Ambient
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We Walk The Line - Inside A Norwegian Prison (CD, Album + DVD, Single, Ltd). SOS Children's Villages Norway. We Walk The Line - Inside A Norwegian Prison (2xLP).
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. I Walk the Line by Johnny Cash (1956). Terms and Conditions.
See inside a Norwegian prison. Notable Norwegian prisons. Bastøy: Norway's island prison. The Norwegian prison system. Maximum prison sentence in Norway. Conditions for women. See inside a Norwegian prison. Watching one of these gives you an insight into what life inside a Norwegian prison may be like. The videos are produced in English, Polish, Lithuanian, Romanian and Serbian. This one is from Sem Prison
We Walk The Line ~ Inside a Norwegian Prison. Various - A Tribute to Johnny Cash. We Walk The Line ~ Inside a Norwegian Prison. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50. Downloads.
At Folsom Prison is a live album by Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in May 1968. After his 1955 song "Folsom Prison Blues", Cash had been interested in recording a performance at a prison. In 1953, his unit watched Crane Wilbur's 1951 film Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison. The film inspired Cash to write a song that reflected his perception of prison life. The result was "Folsom Prison Blues", Cash's second single on Sun Records. A few years after attaining commercial success from songs such as "I Walk the Line", "Understand Your Man", and "Ring of Fire", Cash's popularity waned. This was due in part to his increasing dependence on drugs. In 1967, Cash sought help for his escalating drug problems; by the end of the year, his drug use decreased and he sought to turn his career around. Concurrently, the country portion of Columbia Records underwent major personnel changes.
The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Walk The Line - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Audio CD. Joaquin Phoenix. Disc: 1. 1. Get Rhythm. 3. Wildwood Flower - Reese Witherspoon. 4. Lewis Boogie - Waylon Malloy Payne. 7. Cry Cry Cry. 8. Folsom Prison Blues. 9. That's All Right - Tylor Hlton. 10. Juke Box Blues - Reese Witherspoon. 11. It Ain't Me Babe. 12. Home Of The Blues. 13. Milk Cow Blues - Tyler Hlton. 14. I'm A Long Way From Home - Shooter Jennings.
The film "Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison" (1951) inspired Johnny Cash to write this song. He also borrowed a lot from the album "Seven Dreams" (1953) by Gordon Jenkins. The song blends two genres: train song and prison song. Johnny Cash won his first Grammy Award with this song: Best Country Vocal Performance. Rolling Stone magazine put this song on the 51st position among 100 greatest country songs of all time.
Studio Bjørgvin – a design studio that collaborates with Norwegian prison inmates. It’s based in Bjørgvin prison, but also runs workshops at prisons in Bergen and Vik. Who’s behind it? Norwegian designers, Morten Skjærpe Knarrum and Jonas Norheim, and the Correctional Service, Western Norway. Skjærpe Knarrum and Norheim met at the Bergen Academy of Art and Design, from which they graduated in 2011, and formed their eponymous studio, Morten&Jonas.
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|CD-1||–Thomas Dybdahl||I Still Miss Someone||2:53|
|CD-2||–Paal Flaata||Sunday Morning Coming Down||4:09|
|CD-3||–Magnet||I Walk The Line||3:54|
|CD-4||–Karen Jo Fields||Tennessee Flat-Top Box||2:58|
|CD-5||–Sergeant Petter||Give My Love To Rose||3:36|
|CD-6||–Vidar Busk||Get Rhythm
Backing Vocals – Sivert Høyem, Thrond Asker
|CD-7||–Rita Eriksen||I Guess Things Happened That Way||2:17|
|CD-8||–Steinar Albrigtsen||Don't Take Your Guns To Town||3:18|
|CD-9||–Paal Flaata||The First Time I Saw Your Face||3:42|
|CD-10||–Øystein Greni||Solitary Man||1:42|
|CD-11||–Karen Jo Fields & Sivert Høyem||If I Were A Carpenter||2:29|
|CD-12||–Sondre Bratland||It Was Jesus||2:50|
|CD-13||–Sivert Høyem||Big River||3:00|
|CD-14||–Hilde Heltberg & Rita Eriksen||Wayfaring Stranger||3:56|
|CD-15||–Thrond Asker||Folsom Prison Blues||2:40|
|CD-16||–Steinar Albrigtsen||The Long Black Veil||3:11|
|CD-17||–Magnet||Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day)||3:33|
|DVD-1||–Thomas Dybdahl||I Still Miss Someone (Live From The Concert)|
- Backing Vocals – Hilde Heltberg, Rita Eriksen
- Bass – Bill Troiani*
- Design [Sleeve Design] – Bjørn Kulseth, Boris Iochev
- Drums – Ole Petter Hansen
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Amund Maarud
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Steel Guitar – Carsten Boe
- Executive Producer – Eirik Øiestad
- Liner Notes – Rosanne Cash
- Mastered By – Audun Strype
- Mixed By – Kai Andersen*
- Photography By – Raymond Mosken
- Piano, Organ [Hammond], Backing Vocals – Christer Knutsen
- Producer – Kai Andersen*, Kyrre S. Fritzner*
- Recorded By – Kai Andersen*, Terje Hellem
NotesA Norwegian tribute to Johnny Cash. All income went to SOS Children's Villages Norway. Recorded at Oslo Prison (Norway) on December 9th, 2003.
Disc 2 is a DVD, which contains excerpts from the full length DVD.
|SOSCD1||Various||We Walk The Line - Inside A Norwegian Prison (CD, Album)||SOS Children's Villages Norway||SOSCD1||Norway||2004|
|SOSLP1||Various||We Walk The Line - Inside A Norwegian Prison (2xLP)||SOS Children's Villages Norway||SOSLP1||Norway||2004|
|ZYX 84958-2||Various||We Walk The Line - A Tribute To Johnny Cash (CD, Album + DVD-V)||ZYX Music||ZYX 84958-2||Germany||2004|