I Would Like to See You Again

I Would Like to See You Again

Infobox Album
Name = I Would Like to See You Again
Type = Studio album
Artist = Johnny Cash


Released = April 1978
Recorded = July 6, 1976 - October 4, 1977
Genre = Country
Length = 32:44
Label = Columbia
Producer = Larry Butler
Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|2.5|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:ymf2zff7ehok link]
*"Rolling Stone" (favorable) [http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/johnnycash/albums/album/155958/review/5942653/i_would_like_to_see_you_again link]
Chronology = Johnny Cash
Last album = "The Rambler"
(1977)
This album = "I Would Like to See You Again"
(1978)
Next album = "Greatest Hits, Vol. 3"
(1978)

"I Would Like to See You Again" is an album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1978 (see 1978 in music). The title track peaked at #12 on the singles chart, while "There Ain't No Good Chain Gang" reached #2; the album itself peaked at #23. The album features a pair of duets with Waylon Jennings, one of which was released as a single; it was one of Cash's first collaborations with Jennings, and the two would go on to record a number of songs together throughout the 1980s, including a separate album entitled "Heroes". Cash and Jennings would also work together as The Highwaymen with Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson.

Track listing

#"I Would Like to See You Again" (Larry T. Atwood/Charlie Craig) – 2:55
#"Lately" (Cash) – 2:01
#"I Wish I Was Crazy Again" (Bob McDill) – 2:44
#*With Waylon Jennings
#"Who's Gene Autry?" (Cash) – 3:53
#"Hurt So Bad" (Cash) – 2:37
#"I Don't Think I Could Take You Back Again" (Earl Ball, Jr./Jo-El Sonnier) – 2:51
#"Abner Brown" (Cash) – 3:40
#"After Taxes" (Jerry Leiber/Billy Edd Wheeler) – 3:03
#"There Ain't No Good Chain Gang" (Hal Bynum/Dave Kirby) – 3:18
#*With Waylon Jennings
#"That's the Way It Is" (Roger Bowling/Larry Butler) – 3:03
#"I'm Alright Now" (Jerry Hensley) – 2:39

Personnel

* Johnny Cash - Vocals
* Waylon Jennings - Vocals
* Al Casey - Guitar
* The Jordanaires - Background Vocals

Additional personnel

* Billy Sherrill - Engineer
* Jean Lusby - Typesetting
* Larry Butler - Producer
* Steve Hoffman - Remastering
* Alexander Agor - Photography

Charts

Album - Billboard (North America)

Singles - Billboard (North America)

External links

* [http://www.luma-electronic.cz/lp/c/Cash/cash_iwouldlike.htm Luma Electronic entry on "I Would Like to See You Again"]


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