I think you could call it that, or "The Stormy Pages of History of The Iron Horse". That's the name of a segment where he sang a bit and talked about history in his Johnny Cash show, and not a song. So all in all I'm not too sure.
Or, you could just call it "Johnny Cash Show history segment"
On another note, I've caught some good low notes in these little segments and there are quite a few of them, I think I'll go through them if you don't mind. He talks a lot in them, but I wouldn't attempt to notewatch that unless it's clearly intentional and part of the song, of course.
Nice. Btw, I've been notewatching the story segments of the Johnny Cash show. I'm not done quite yet, maybe today or tomorrow. Lowest so far is two C#2s, a bunch of Eb2s and for the highest; another train-related Eb5.
Where's the E2 from I've Been Everywhere? I thought it was in the thread before but it should definitely be here now since you've notewatched an album with it in! It's at the end.
Regarding my above post, seemingly like a lot of people at the moment I've been a bit under the weather so not sure when it'll be done. How do you want me to format it? I've got it like ""X Song" JC Show Story *number* live" but this might get too long, especially because there are so many F2s. I think it's quite important to be specific because some of the songs are quite obscure and would probably be extremely hard to find if it needed to be checked. Could I maybe do "JC Show Ride This Train (RTS) *number*" for the first one and "JC Show RTS *number" for the rest? Am I making sense? XD
And I could do "JC Show (JCS)" and then use just "JCS".
Not sure how bonus tracks generally work, but in the album re-release in 2002 it contained four extra tracks which I'm not sure if you notewatched, or if they are exclusive to that album. Thought I'd mention anyway.