Rosanne Cash, the daughter of Johnny Cash, affirmed a less passive view of women in country music with
Leroy Preston's My Baby Thinks She's A Train (1981),
Blue Moon With Heartache (1981),
Seven Year Ache (1981),
John Hiatt's The Way We Make a Broken Heart (1987),
John Stewart's Runaway Train (1988),
and the marital concept Rhythm and Romance (1985), her real debut
as a songwriter.
The domestic concepts Interiors (1990) and The Wheel (1993)
were increasingly ambitious and personal, although they moved away from
the country-pop style that had made her a star in Nashville.
10 Song Demo (1996) was a spartan set that removed her even further
from Nashville's commercial scene.
Rules of Travel (2003) was her first album in seven years.
Black Cadillac (2006) was her most powerful and intimate confession,
again a concept centered on her life's events.
The collection of covers The List (2009)
was a minor detour.
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