January 29, 2006

Rosanne Cash Black Cadillac Gives Grief a Lift

CBS Sunday Morning:
his past week, Cash released what is perhaps her most personal album to date -- and what might just be her finest: "Black Cadillac." It's a musical memoir of mortality, loss and redemption.

Cash explains that the album served as a catharsis.

"The writing of it was a release in a way," she says. "And so to bring my reason and discipline and my sense of poetry to this -- these feelings that something manageable, this tremendous sense of grief and loss, to bring all of those things to this, to this kind of tidal wave of feelings was useful to me."
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