Ring of Fire

Ring of Fire
Ring of Fire
Single par Johnny Cash
extrait de l’album Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash
Face B Get Rhythm
Sortie 1963
Enregistrement 25 mars 1963
Durée 2:38
Genre Country
Format Vynile
Parolier June Carter
Merle Kilgore
Producteur Don Law
Label Columbia Records

Ring of Fire est une chanson country popularisée par Johnny Cash et co-écrite par June Carter (la femme de Johnny Cash) et Merle Kilgore. Le titre apparait pour la première fois sur l'album compilation de Cash Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash (1963).

La chanson fut enregistrée le 25 mars 1963 et devint l'un des plus grand hit de sa carrière, restant dans les charts pendant sept semaines[1].

Notes et références

  1. "Song Review". AllMusic.com. Consulté le 23 mars 2007.

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