Black Cadillac

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Since 2003, Rosanne has lost her mother, Vivian Liberto Cash Distin; her stepmother, June Carter Cash; and, of course, her father, Johnny Cash. Black Cadillac finds her using those soul-rending passages as an opportunity to tackle some of humanity's deepest questions about family, faith (or lack thereof), and the way love endures beyond the grave. She does so with a thoughtful, careful clarity, repeating images of flowers, water and earth throughout. Like her father, Rosanne has clearly learned how the honest expression of deeply personal experiences can find universal resonance in the lives of listeners.

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