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21 October, 08:50

Johnny Cash had a great voice that was known to be distinctively low in the baritone register throughout most of his career. In the early stages of his career his voice was still unique, but was he always baritone? As you listen to "Cry, Cry, Cry" determine how we would classify the type of voice Johnny Cash had when he first signed to Sun Records in 1954

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  1. 21 October, 09:08
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    For a long while yes he was because despite the beautiful spectrum of the male vocal range, the last great popular baritone singers were arguably Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, and Johnny Cash.
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