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      De laatste opname van Chris Cornell: “You Never Knew My Mind”

      27 februari 2018

      Vandaag verschijnt de laatst bekende opname van de vorig jaar overleden Soundgarden / Audioslave zanger Chris Cornell: “You Never Knew My Mind”. De tekst is van de hand van Johnny Cash.

      Fotocredit: David McClister

      Chris Cornell heeft 21 jaar na het door Cash opgenomen Soundgarden nummer “Rusty Cage” de dienst terug bewezen met het indringende en introspectieve “You Never Knew My Mind”. Het nummer is opgenomen in de Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, TN.

      De tekst is gevonden in de archieven van Johnny Cash waaronder handgeschreven brieven en gedichten. Afgelopen twee jaar hebben producers John Carter Cash (de zoon van) en Steve Berkowitz een indrukwekkende cast samengesteld van gastmuzikanten die nieuwe muziek hebben geschreven op deze gevonden teksten.

      Johnny Cash: Forever Words bevat gastbijdragen van Chris Cornell, Rosanne Cash, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Kris Kristofferson & Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Elvis Costello, The Jayhawks en meer. Het album is voornamelijk opgenomen in The Cash Cabin in Hendersonville.

      Het album Johnny Cash: Forever Words verschijnt 6 april op CD en 2LP.

      You Never Knew My Mind
      Lyric by John R Cash
      Music and additional lyrics by Chris Cornell
       

      I know you feel
      The way I change
      But you can’t change
      The way I feel
      Sometimes I’m a stranger to you
      One of a kindI think some way
      You’ll make it
      Though you don’t
      Know how to take it
      Sometimes you’re a stranger to me
      One of a kindThere were times of lots of laughter
      And you felt you understood
      We were carefree, open, and honest
      Loving easy, kind, and true
      I suppose you never doubted
      That we were altogether fine
      You never really knew my mind
      You never really knew my mind

      My silence holds
      The secrets when
      I answer but don’t answer
      You did not see me well enough
      To recognize the signs

      There were times of lots of laughter
      And you felt you understood
      We were carefree, open, and honest
      Loving, easy, kind, and true
      And I suppose you never doubted
      That we were altogether fine
      Then you saw the changes painfully
      And knew
      You never really knew my mind
      You never really knew my mind

      And I suppose you never doubted
      That we were altogether fine
      Sometimes I’m a stranger to you
      Sometimes you’re a stranger to me
      Sometimes…maybe all the time
      You never really knew my mind
      I never really knew your mind…

      Lees meer over het album

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