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CLASSIC UNRELEASED CASH PRISON SONGS FREE NEXT YEAR

CLASSIC UNRELEASED CASH PRISON SONGS FREE NEXT YEAR

Classic live album ‘Johnny Cash At San Quentin’ is being re-released by Columbia/Legacy in a new package early next year. The package will include 13 previously unreleased tracks, a highlight of which will be a duet with June Carter Cash on “Jackson”, as well as several other songs from the Carter Family.

On June 4, 1969, Johnny Cash notoriously performed for the inmates of San Quentin prison. The concert has never been available in its entirety, the original record featuring only 10 songs from the gig.

The CD/DVD set also includes a documentary, ‘Johnny Cash in San Quentin’, originally produced for Granada TV in Britain. This comprised interviews with inmates and wardens who were at San Quentin for the historic performance.

The full track listing for ‘Johnny Cash at San Quentin’ is:

Disc one
‘Blue Suede Shoes’ - Carl Perkins
‘Flowers on the Wall’ - The Statler Brothers
‘The Last Thing on My Mind’ - The Carter Family
June Carter Cash talks to the audience
‘Wildwood Flower’ - The Carter Family
‘Big River’ - Johnny Cash
‘I Still Miss Someone’ - Johnny Cash
‘Wreck of the Old ‘97’ - Johnny Cash
‘I Walk the Line’ - Johnny Cash’
Medley: ‘The Long Black Veil/Give My Love To Rose’ - Johnny Cash
‘Folsom Prison Blues’ - Johnny Cash
‘Orange Blossom Special’ - Johnny Cash
‘Jackson’ - Johnny and June Carter Cash
‘Darlin’ Companion’ - Johnny and June Carter Cash
‘Break My Mind’ - The Carter Family
‘I Don't Know Where I'm Bound’ - Johnny Cash
‘Starkville City Jail’ - Johnny Cash

Disc two
‘San Quentin’ - Johnny Cash
‘Wanted Man’ - Johnny Cash
‘Restless’ - Carl Perkins
‘A Boy Named Sue’ - Johnny Cash
‘Blistered’ - Johnny Cash
‘(There'll Be) Peace in the Valley’ - Johnny Cash
‘The Outside Looking In’ - Carl Perkins
‘Less of Me’ - The Statler Brothers
‘Ring of Fire’ - Johnny Cash with the Carter Family
‘He Turned the Water into Wine’ - Johnny Cash, Carter Family, Statler Brothers, Carl Perkins
‘Daddy Sang Bass’ - Johnny Cash, Carter Family, Statler Brothers, Carl Perkins
‘The Old Account Was Settled Long Ago’ - Johnny Cash, Carter Family, Statler Brothers, Carl Perkins
‘Medley: ‘Folsom Prison Blues/I Walk The Line/Ring Of Fire/The Rebel-Johnny Yuma’


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