Johnny Cash’s final studio album to be released

'American VI: Ain't No Grave' was produced by Rick Rubin

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The final studio album by Johnny Cash is to be released in February.

‘American VI: Ain’t No Grave’ is out on February 22, four days before what would have been Cash‘s 78th birthday.

Produced by Rick Rubin in 2002 (a year before Cash‘s death), the album features covers of Sheryl Crow and Kris Kristofferson songs.

The tracklisting for ‘American VI: Ain’t No Grave’ is:

‘Aint No Grave’
‘Redemption Day’
‘For The Good Times’
‘First Corinthians’
‘Where I’m Bound’
‘Satisfied Mind’
‘It Don’t Hurt Anymore’
‘Cool Clear Water’
‘Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream’
‘Aloha’

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