Johnny Cash covers Bob Dylan – part 2

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“I love Bob Dylan, I really do. I love his early work, I love the first time he plugged in electrically, I love his Christian albums, I love his other albums.”
~Johnny Cash

In this series of post I’ll present all the Dylan covers by Johnny Cash I could find. They will be presented chronologically with facts related to the recording.

PS! duets are not included, rather check out:

Here is part 1: Johnny Cash covers Bob Dylan – part 1

One Too Many Mornings
Date: October 29, 1965
Location: Columbia Studio, Nashville, TN.
Producers: Don Law – Frank Jones.
Released: Johnny And June (1979), Bootleg Volume II: From Memphis To Hollywood   (2011) & The Man In Black 1963-1969, Plus   (1995)


Wanted Man (Dylan & Cash)- Live at San Quentin
Date: February 24, 1969
Location: San Quentin State Prison, CA.
Producer: Bob Johnston.


Studio version:
Date: October 9, 1970
Location: Columbia Studio, Nashville, TN.
Producer: Bob Johnston.
Released: Little Fauss And Big Halsy (1970), Johnny Cash – 70th Birthday Sampler (2002)  & Johnny Cash – Man In Black: Limited Edition 70th Birthday Sampler (2002)

  • Johnny Cash (v, g)
  • Norman Blake (g)
  • Carl Perkins &  Bob Wooton (eg)
  • Pete Drake (stg)
  • Marshall Grant (b)
  • WS Holland (d)
  • Bill Walker (p)


Blowin’ In The Wind – 11 November 1970
Cash remembers Armistice day

Song To Woody
February 19, 1975
Location: Quadrafonic Studios, Nashville, TN.
Producer: Bob Johnston.
Released: Earl Scruggs Anniversay Album, Volume 1 (1975) & Heroes And Friends, Volume 2 (1997)

  • Johnny Cash (v, acg)
  • Ramblin’ Jack Elliott
  • New Riders of the Purple Sage: Skip Batin, John Dawson, David Nelson (v), Earl Scruggs (v, bj), Randy Scruggs (acg), Gary Scruggs (eb)


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