Walk the Line (4/5) Movie CLIP – Cocaine Blues (2005) HD

Walk the Line (4/5) Movie CLIP – Cocaine Blues (2005) HD

Ya know, standin’ back there in your shop cathcin’ my breath, I come to admire you even more. See, I never had to do hard time like you. Although I have, on occasion, found myself busted. -That’s right!!! -Alright JOHNNY!!!! Once in El Paso, I had this bag of… Oh…
ya’ll heard about that? You’ve been to El Paso too? Well anyways, I got tough …you know? Like I’d seen a thing or two, ya know? Well that was till a moment ago… Cause I gotta tell you… My hat’s off to you now. Cause I aint never had to drink this yellow water you got here in Folsom!! ** LOUD APPLAUSE!!!!!** GLASS SHATTERING This song’s for your warden!!!! “Early one morning while I’m making the rounds. I took a shot of cocaine then I shot my woman down.” “I went riding home then I went to bed.
I stuck that lovin’ .44 beneath my head.” “I got up the next morning and I grabbed that gun.
I took a shot of cocaine then away I run.” “Made a good run but I run too slow
They overtook me down in Juarez, Mexico.” “Laid in the hot joint takin’ the pill
In walked a sheriff from Jericho Hill” “He said Willy Lee your name is not Jack Brown
You’re the dirty hack that shot your woman down.” BOOM!!!!!!!! -WHEN I WAS ARRESTED I WAS DRESSED IN BLACK “When I was arrested I was dressed in black. They put me on a train and they took me back.” “Had no friends for to go my bail.
They slapped my dried up carcass in the county jail.” “The judge he smiled as he picked up his pen.
99 years in the Folsom pen.”

**song softly fades quieter**

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  1. Just watching a little bit of this video makes me glad that I didn't see the movie. He wouldn't make a pimple on Johnny Case's butt.

  2. Great film and great acting from both of them, he has had terrible things to deal with just like cash and was the perfect choice.

  3. Both Johnny Cash & River ❤️ (Joaquin’s Brother who also was an actor btw) would’ve been proud of Joaquin !

  4. I remember loving this movie as a child and even now I still do. His acting is amazing I can’t wait until he’s the joker.

  5. This is why I am excited for Joaquin Phoenix Joker. Seeing him as Johnny Cash is absolutely awesome

  6. Michael tell me that you do not still let Lonnie and bev Blanton watch my niece and nephew and like Tammy come to your house I'll see you in court

  7. I'm pretty sure he took a shot a' cocaine before shooting this scene. He's eyes are shining like he's a disney character.

  8. I’m like all of you guys, straight up confused on how he didn’t win an Oscar. But, I’m just glad his performance didn’t go unrecognized. His brother River Phoenix would be so proud.

  9. I have listened to some of Johnny's live concerts in prisons.. he really didn't care! He worked the prison crowd brilliantly and pissed the guards off

  10. I spent some time in jail last year over a misinterpretation of my actions and i sang Folsom Prison Blues every day because singing helped my troubled soul… Fun times though

  11. I could not think of a better man to play Johnny Cash I'm definitely a big fan of the Walk the Line movie he gets everything right from Johnny Cash's start in the workforce from getting a record deal going on tour and everything the scar above his upper lip is a dead on Match to Johnny Cash's scar above his lip everything from the hairstylist the makeup artist the people that did the Wardrobe made him a dead on Match I love it

  12. The prevailing belief has been that Joaquin Phoenix sounded so much like Johnny Cash he could do all the songs himself: critics and fans praise his performance. It makes me wonder if anyone in Hollywood has a clue as to what Cash really sounded like. Was Phoenix’s voice terrible? No, it was in the same deep octave, and he’s an acceptable singer, but he doesn’t sound anything like Cash to real fans. What made Johnny Cash a unique American original? The film never even acknowledges the impact of a song like Big River, a classic sound of folk Americana with inspired lyrics and creative rhyming and phrasing. Phoenix isn’t the singer to show what that song can sound like.
    His opening “I taught the weeping willow how to cry” was cut from the movie. The writing of Big River, itself, could justify a movie.
    Cash had a distinctive Arkansas nuance to how he enunciated diphthongs and liquids, and if you don’t know how someone from AR says “I wonder if she’s sorry, for leaving what we had begun…” or “I ain’t takin’ nothing that’ll slow down my travelin”, while I’m untangling’ my mind” – well, maybe it didn’t bother you. But Jamie Foxx did Ray the same year, and they used Ray Charles’ vocals.
    Anybody with ears knows that no two American singers – from completely different genres – were as renown for their individual styling, and the flavor it gave every song they did. Charles had that amazing voice-break and Cash could drop a deep note like a cannonball. “Ray” was a fitting tribute to Charles, but Cash deserved better.

  13. I was down in Nashville, TN in July 2018. I am a HUGE fan of Johnny Cash, thanks to my dad. And so my boyfriend took me to The Johnny Cash Museum on our last day in Tennessee! It was AMAZING! His life was all right there. His records and his wins. His struggles and heartache. All of it. Right there. Props from the movie were on display, I love this biopic! My absolute favorite. To be there, in the museum, was purely incredible. I loved every minute of it. It was perfect!

  14. He sounds similar to Cash, but he moves around too much on stage. Just watch a video of Johnny Cash. He sways side to side a little, but he talks into the mike without much expression.
    I doubt Cash shattered a glass in the prison, but that's Hollywood nonsense.
    Never saw the movie, but I understand why Joaquin Phoenix didn't win the Oscar. Good performance, but no Johnny Cash, and he looks way too young.

  15. its so messed up that he didnt get an Oscar when he did an amazing job singing almost like the king of country

    RIP: Johnny Cash

  16. Used to work at a soundstage where the owner worked with the Phoenix family and he said he helped Joaquin with a song for this movie. I got to work with Joaquin’s sister, Liberty, on a music video. Nice people and cool experience, I miss that job bwaha

  17. I love rock and roll and heavy medal. Seen Cash is Vegas before he passed. He sang like he was only singing to you. It was awesome.

  18. He is BRILLIANT. SO BRILLIANT!! BRAVO BRAVO Mr Pheonix!!! Btw youre drop dead gorgeous. Yummmmy!!! Come to Mamma boy!! 💋💋💋

  19. So they gave Rami Malek an Oscar for Bohemian Rhapsody but not Joaquin… shame because this is so much better

  20. After Johnnys peak, he slowly began to fall. He fall so much that nobody knew who he was. He had to work odd jobs as a clown advertising. His mom became sick and everyone bashed on him. He tried comedy but it didn’t work out. He snapped and became who we all know as the joker.

  21. Joaquin Phoenix's tremendous performance, one of the best biographies I've seen.

    I start rithy my feet every day when hear this song … 🙂

  22. curiousity out of The Joker brought me here although ive seen the movie years ago. JP is one of a kind actor. if he doesnt win the oscars this year this world is damned

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