houseofcash.jpg House of Cash $39.95

House of Cash is an unprecedented look at the life and inspirations of the Man in Black, by none other than his namesake son, John Carter Cash. Gathering together previously unpublished photographs, lyrics, art, notes, and recollections from the Cash family archives, John Carter paints a portrait of his father’s inner life, and the values he imparted to his son and family. Each of the 160 pages is beautifully illustrated and there are a number of pop-out features and pockets featuring high quality reproductions of rare Cash memorabilia. A record of a deep and ongoing conversations between father and son about what matters in life, House of Cash explores Johnny Cash’s quest to live deliberately as he worked to determine his values, share them with those close to him, and reaffirm them on a daily basis. Topics covered include the nature of creativity, the responsibilities that come with fatherhood and friendship, the need for humility and morality, the value of reading, and the obligation we all have to sympathize with the downtrodden. An intimate exploration of the personality and legacy of Johnny Cash, this is a unique portrait of a deeply spiritual, creative, and passionate soul whose music sprang from the way he lived. Bill Miller says “This is a beautiful, lavishly illustrated coffee table book which belongs in the collection of every Johnny Cash fan. I treasure my copy.”


folsombook.jpg Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison-The Making of a Masterpiece $24.95

When on January 13, 1968, Johnny Cash, already recognized as a founder of rock and modern country music, performed at the California penitentiary made famous by his "Folsom Prison Blues," he took a large step toward superstardom. In this comprehensive look at the gig and the album that came out of it, Streissguth details how much of the song Cash lifted from previous works and how much actual commonality existed between Cash and the prisoners, who constituted a sympathetic but tough audience and lent a boisterous, enthusiastic backdrop to the recording. Streissguth also holds forth on the concert's and the album's implications for Cash's subsequent career and for rock's thereafter renewed relations with country. As an important piece of pop, rock, and country-music historiography and as a fitting remembrance of the late Man in Black, this photo-laden tidbit is essential. 100+ photos not seen before. Hard Cover.

bookmaninblack.jpg Man In Black from Johnny Cash's Personal Collection $175.00

We have a limited quantity of Cash's best-selling autobiography, Man In Black (published in 1975), which came directly from Johnny's very own personal stash! The books are new although this title is notorious for cover wear. Otherwise, this is a fine collectible you won't find anywhere else. From Johnny:"This book will tell you about a long time gone prodigal who has been brought back .... You'll find out how I've fallen and how I've turned around again to feel (God's) love and His forgiveness .... You have my promise that I will unveil my life just as clearly and honestly as I know how. I'm including the failures as well as the times spent in finding strength." Copy you receive may vary from the cover shown here.

istillmisssomeone-01.jpg I Still Miss Someone (AUTOGRAPHED) $44.95

In I Still Miss Someone, more than forty people offer their remembrances of the Man in Black and provide an insider's view of the heart and soul of the friend they knew simply as John. Foreward by Cash's close personal friend, Rev. Billy Graham and his late wife Ruth Bell Graham. Featuring contributions from a broad spectrum of persons from all eras of Cash's life, including his children, John Carter Cash; Cindy Cash; and Tara Cash Schwoebel; grandson Dustin Tittle, siblings Tommy Cash and Joanne Cash Yates; early bandmate W. S. Holland; country music icons Merle Kilgore, Johnny Western, and 'Cowboy' Jack Clement, I Still Miss Someone is a stirring tribute by those whose relationship with Johnny Cash was both deep and lasting. Hundreds of illuminating photos - many never before published - and a bevy of Johnny's handwritten notes, backstage passes, and other personal paraphernalia make this a one-of-a-kind tribute book that will appeal to everyone. The roster of those sharing their recollections of Cash include his booking agent, Lou Robin; JohnnyCash.Com and Johnny Cash Radio's Bill Miller, Larry Murray, who wrote for Cash's ABC television shows and his CBS Christmas specials; devoted musicians Bob Wootten, Jack Hale Jr., and Dave Roe, who spent many years on the road with Cash; plus secretaries, publicists, farm hands, and many others, each of whom adds vibrant color and texture to the life portrait of their departed friend Johnny Cash. Signed by Hugh Waddell and Bill Miller

jc35merch_small.jpg Cash-An American Man (AUTOGRAPHED) $39.95

A first edition copy of the acclaimed coffee table book written by Johnny's friend and lifelong fan Bill Miller. The book features hundreds of never before seen photos, Johnny's handwritten letters and song lyrics, and memorabilia such as Johnny's passports, costumes and much more. Larry King called the work "The best celebrity photo book I've ever seen." Signed by Bill Miller.

jc32amerch_small.jpg Cash-The Autobiography Signed by Johnny Cash. (AUTOGRAPHED) $395.00

A very rare and desirable first edition of Johnny Cash's revealing autobiography released in 1997. This is a First Edition featuring an authentically signed book plate which is affixed on the first page. The bookplates were signed by Johnny when he was unable to complete his book signing tour due to health issues. Extremely limited quantity.

1038s.jpg Cash-The Autobiography (Paperback, 432 pages) $12.95

A humble, happy look back from the man in black. Johnny Cash answers to many names; he's JR to childhood friends and family, John to bandmates, and Johnny to fans. ``Cash'' is the name wife June Carter reserves for ``the star, the egomaniac.'' The star gets plenty of ink here, from the early days at Sun Records--with Elvis, Carl Perkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis--to his current status as a darling of the alternative rock set. But it's the private man who's most compelling and surprisingly complex. Cash writes candidly of his recurring addiction to amphetamines and his concomitant shortcomings as a father, addresses his spirituality without sounding maudlin, and displays genuine humility at his success and very little bitterness at his abandonment by the country music establishment. A more accurate subtitle might be ``The Second Autobiography,'' since this volume covers some of the same ground as Cash's previous work, The Man in Black (1986), but a life so chock full of oddments (he once started a forest fire with an automobile and on another occasion was nearly killed by an ostrich) and renegade stands (he opposed Vietnam, heresy to the nation's blue- collar constituency) easily merits a second look. Organized around the domiciles where he divides his time--homes in Tennessee, Florida, and Jamaica, as well as his tour bus--the book stays grounded in the present, mixing reflections on his 40-year career with a running chronicle of an ongoing tour. This novel approach minimizes the as-told-to blahs that plague many a celebrity autobiography and highlights Cash's wry humor and introspection. With the help of Carr, editor of Country Music magazine, Cash keeps the pace lively until the end, when the roses he throws everyone from grandkids to music biz buddies bog things down. A poignant autobiography from one the most iconoclastic talents on the American music scene. (32 pages b&w photos, not seen) Out of print in this version.

iwasthere_s.jpg I Was There When It Happened-My Life with Johnny Cash (AUTOGRAPHED) $59.95

Endorsed by Johnny Cash's daughter, Rosanne, his brother, Tommy, and featuring a foreword by The Statler Brothers, who credit him with launching their career, this biography by longtime band member Marshall Grant takes its title from a gospel tune Cash recorded in 1957. As one of Cash's original bandmates (Grant was a founding member of Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two) and thereafter a member of his inner circle until his death in 2003, Grant recounts the career of the legendary Man in Black--including the devastating spiral of drug abuse that Grant says ultimately destroyed him--with fly-on-the-wall, warts-and-all detail...and the unique, unvarnished perspective of one of the few people still living who really was there when it happened. Hand-signed by Marshall Grant.

1023.jpg Cash-The Autobiography Hand-signed by Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash (AUTOGRAPHED) $495.00

Cash's classic hard cover book, beautifully hand-signed by Johnny and June. In fine condition.

1037.png Man In Black Hand-Signed by Johnny Cash (AUTOGRAPHED) $395.00

Cash’s first autobiography boldly signed by Cash. Rare and in excellent condition

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