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The 25th Anniversary Album

Tommy Cash

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Fair or unfair, Tommy Cash was always destined to be compared to his brother Johnny Cash. That's a hell of a lot to live up to, but while Tommy doesn't have his sibling's track record, he is an excellent singer in his own right. The early 1990s found him on the small, Miami-based Playback label, for which he recorded his impressive though little-known The 25th Anniversary Album. In contrast to the very pop-flavored country that had been ubiquitous in the 1980s, cuts like "Old Memories Are Hard to Lose," "All By My Lonesome" and "Too Little, Too Late" are pure, unapologetic honky tonk. Pop considerations aren't nonexistent on this CD, but they certainly aren't paramount either. To be sure, Tommy sounds a lot like his brother, but when the siblings form a duet on "Guess Things Happen That Way," seasoned listeners will be able to tell them apart. For one thing, Tommy's voice is a bit deeper. Uniting Tommy with Johnny, Tom T. Hall and George Jones, the single "Thoughts On the Flag" addresses the flag-burning controversy of 1990 and expresses patriotism without being jingoistic. It's ridiculous that an album employing those legends as guests, as well as Connie Smith, was generally ignored by country radio.

Biography

Born: 05 April 1940 in Dyess, AR

Genre: Country

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Younger brother of the Man in Black, Tommy Cash enjoyed some chart success in his own right. Born April 5, 1940, in Dyess, AR, Tommy was eight years younger than big brother Johnny. He formed his first band in high school, but enlisted in the Army soon after graduation. While serving in Germany during 1958, he DJed for Armed Services Radio — perhaps...
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