Rosanne Cash The List (Manhattan) Even a brain tumour isn't going to stop Rosanne Cash from both extending her legacy and paying tribute to her father once again. If 2005's heartfelt Grammy-nominated Black Cadillac was reflective and filled with personal family memories, Cash's latest is a quiet selection culled from a list of the 100 essential country songs Johnny gave his daughter on her 18th birthday. Hence The List, and not even guest appearances from Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello and Wilco's Jeff Tweedy overshadow Cash (below) in what is surely one of the gutsiest releases of her four-decade career. With an acoustic guitar and harmonica as her main accompaniment, she takes on such wide ranging sources as Bob Dylan and her own Carter family, filling the songs with her own expressive sense of loss and heartbreak. This is best exemplified on the longing folk track 500 Miles and the tragic Long Black Veil. They're the kind of renditions jukeboxes were made for. Daddy would be proud.