Friday, July 28, 2006

the man in black

My wife and I watched Walk the Line the other night. It's about Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash. What a great movie. I also just found johnnycash.com where you can listen to his songs for free.

7 comments:

bandlady said...

I thought it was one of the best movies I'd seen it quite a while. Joaquin Phoenix did a fantastic job singing--almost liked him more than Johnny! I wish that the soundtrack had the duet "Time's a Wastin'" that they sang in the movie. I liked that song more than the others.

Jason Woolever said...

that was awesome. have you seen the apostle? june carter cash was the aging mother in that. i thought reese witherspoon was awesome too.

BigDoo said...

I agree that Walk the Line was a good movie. It didn't elaborate on the most important time of his life and that was when he gave his life to Jesus. His music is an inspiration to me as well as you J. Every saturday morning at 6:30 a handful of God fearing men have coffee at the old Busters, please come and share.

Jason Woolever said...

Hey Dooster!
Good to hear from you. Are you familiar with the song, "The Man Comes Around"? Its by him and its about the Second Coming of Christ. That's an awesome song. My little brother had the same complaint about the Johnny Cash movie about it leaving out his conversion. That would have been cool, but hey, what do you expect from Hollywood.

Thanks for the coffee invite. I may try to swing by some morning. I actually have a couple of meetings with God-fearing men that I meet with on a regular basis, so I doubt I could swing another one. Thanks again for the invite. Hows' the guitar coming?

BigDoo said...

I just got playing "Hang Down your Head Tom Dooley" it is has only 2 chords but it was good laugh. Diana has been trying to get me to sing more Cash and i will. I wanted to give you the coffee invite just to let you know you are still my Spiritual Hero. Rock and Roll never dies, the words just change when you are a reborn.

BigDoo said...

And no!just because I can't type or spell check doesn't mean I still smoke.

Jason Woolever said...

ha ha. you're smokin' in my book Doomeister. If I'm your hero, you're my inspiration to keep ministering, knowing that Jesus Christ still changes lives and gives people new purpose.

hey, for guitar chords to every Johnny Cash song, go to www.cowboylyrics.com