Johnny Cash: “four or five more albums” could be released

Johnny Cash's son Johnny Cash has revealed that there is enough material left in the archives of his late father for several more posthumous albums and enough outtakes from the American Recordings sessions to fill another multi-disc box set.

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Johnny Cash‘s son Johnny Cash has revealed that there is enough material left in the archives of his late father for several more posthumous albums and enough outtakes from the American Recordings sessions to fill another multi-disc box set.

Speaking to The Guardian, Carter Cash said, There are a few things that are in the works right now – probably four or five albums if we wanted to release everything. There may be three or four albums worth of American Recordings stuff, but some of it may never see the light of day.”

The most recent posthumous Johnny Cash album is Out Among The Stars, featuring 12 previously unreleased recordings from sessions in 1981 and 1984, which is on sale March 31, 2014.


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