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Johnny Cash Concept Album

So basically I was listening to Cash's American Recordings and noticed that a lot of the songs go well with each other and could create a great concept album. All the famous themes are here (humble beginnings, war, religion, prison, and lonesome blues) but are based on a main characters experiences through life. Lets see if you guys dig this.
1Johnny Cash
American IV: The Man Comes Around

The Man Comes Around - This song is the intro, the full circle of "birth and death" of the main character.
2Johnny Cash
American II: Unchained

Southern Accents - The character's humble small town beginning.
3Johnny Cash
American Recordings

Let the Train Blow the Whistle - The character joins the military and is on his way to war.
4Johnny Cash
American III: Solitary Man

I Wont Back Down - This is the beginning of the character's experience in war. He is still naive and full of morale.
5Johnny Cash
American II: Unchained

Rusty Cage - The character is in the middle of war. Surviving attacks and enjoying the "combat high".
6Johnny Cash
American III: Solitary Man

One - Reality, hardships, and a hope for peace starts to take toll.
7Johnny Cash
American Recordings

Drive On - The character survives the war and tells stories of the friends he lost and other war experiences.
8Johnny Cash
American Recordings

Thirteen - Months pass, and the character is changed from the experience of war. He is a changed person in every way.
9Johnny Cash
American VI: Ain't No Grave

Help Me - The character looks to God for some kind of peace.
10Johnny Cash
American III: Solitary Man

Solitary Man - Years pass as relationships begin and end. The character is lost looking for some sort of love with a partner.
11Johnny Cash
American V: A Hundred Highways

Further On (Up the Road) - The character is wandering through the rural towns and states of the Midwest and South.
12Johnny Cash
American Recordings

Delia's Gone - The character starts a relationship with a woman named Delia, who he kills after she leaves him for another man.
13Johnny Cash
American IV: The Man Comes Around

Personal Jesus - The character embraces his hate and rejects religion.
14Johnny Cash
American IV: The Man Comes Around

I Hung My Head - The character tells the story of murders he committed, only to still feel sorrow and lost within himself. He is also caught faces a judgement of the court.
15Johnny Cash
American III: Solitary Man

The Mercy Seat - The character is given a life sentence. He waits for the electric chair for his crimes.
16Johnny Cash
American VI: Ain't No Grave

Aint No Grave - The character preservers through the years of prison.
17Johnny Cash
American III: Solitary Man

I'm Leaving Now - The character is released from the prison after 25 plus years. He is rehabilitated and a changed person.
18Johnny Cash
American III: Solitary Man

Wayfaring Stranger - The character has put his crimes behind him, but is still left looking for a sense of peace.
19Johnny Cash
American Recordings

Redemption - The character starts looking for answers through religion and the bible
20Johnny Cash
American V: A Hundred Highways

God's Gonna Cut You Down - The character realizes that Christianity is the answer to salvation and his sins will be judged by a higher power.
21Johnny Cash
American III: Solitary Man

I See a Darkness - The character has a moment of clarity and faces his demons with honesty and contentment.
22Johnny Cash
American IV: The Man Comes Around

Give My Love To Rose - The character is now an old man on his death bed. He remembers his past and speaks of his family he will leave behind.
23Johnny Cash
American VI: Ain't No Grave

Redemption Day - The character is at peace and is now ready to face God for his final judgement.
24Johnny Cash
American IV: The Man Comes Around

Hurt - The character's last breath before death.
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