ABC/Randy HolmesChris Cornell will posthumously appear on an album titled Johnny Cash Forever Words: The Music, a project pairing songwriters with poems written by the country legend and setting them to music.
According to Rolling Stone, the project, titled Johnny Cash Forever Words: The Music, is the creation of Cash's son John Carter Cash, who is also producing the effort.
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A recorded collection of Johnny Cash's poetry still has no set release date. "John Carter has a good number of poems that Johnny wrote". I'm excited for it to come out. Brad Paisley was the first to try it with the track "Gold All Over the Ground" for his new album Love and War. As Pitchfork report, Cornell and Paisley will appear on the album alongside Jewel, T-Bone Burnett and Kacey Musgraves.
Cornell's inclusion brings his connection to the late country star full circle - in 1996, Cash recorded a version of Cornell's Rusty Cage for his album Unchained.
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