Water from the Wells of Home is the 75th album by Johnny Cash, released on Mercury Records in 1988. It features several collaborations with other artists, including "New Moon Over Jamaica" with Paul McCartney. Other guests include Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams Jr., Glen Campbell, Emmylou Harris and family members Rosanne Cash, John Carter Cash, June Carter Cash and members of the Carter Family. Pressed on 180-gram vinyl.
Johnny Cash teamed with producer "Cowboy" Jack Clement, who as Sun Records' house engineer had overseen many of Cash's '50s sessions and written some of his early hits, for the star-studded Water From The Wells of Home, released on Mercury Records in 1988.
The album features guest appearances by Cash's wife June Carter Cash and daughter Rosanne Cash, along with Glen Campbell, Jessi Colter, the Everly Brothers, Tom T. Hall, Emmylou Harris, Waylon Jennings, Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney and Hank Williams Jr. on an eclectic set of material including "That Old Wheel," a duet with Williams that became Cash's highest-charting single in more than a decade.
Ballad of a Teenage Queen (With Roseanne Cash & the Everly Brothers)
As Long As I Live (With Emmylou Harris)
Where Did We Go Right (With June Carter Cash and the Carter Family)
The Last of the Drifters (With Tom T. Hall)
Call Me the Breeze (With John Carter Cash)
That Old Wheel (With Hank Williams, Jr.)
Sweeter Than the Flowers (With Waylon Jennings)
A Croft in Clachan (The Ballad of Rob MacDunn) (With Glen Campbell)
New Moon Over Jamaica (With Paul McCartney)
Water from the Wells of Home (With John Carter Cash)
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