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At Madison Square Garden
Even more amazing than this 1969 concert-with Johnny flanked by Carl Perkins, Maybelle Carter and the Carter Sisters and the Statler Brothers-is this fact: it's was never released until 2002! He sings his then-current #1 country smashes A Boy Named Sue and Daddy Sang Bass plus Big River; Folsom Prison Blues; Five Feet High and Rising; The Ballad of Ira Hayes ; Carl Perkins does Blue Suede Shoes ...over 77 minutes of incredible, UNRELEASED performances!
Price $18.95
At San Quentin (The Complete Live Concert)
While Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, the 1968 album that made Cash a household word, spent only two weeks at No. 1, this 1969 follow-up topped the charts for 20 weeks. As with Folsom, the San Quentin LP had to be edited due to space limitations. Now, 31 years after the fact, the show can at last be heard in true perspective. All the original performances hold up, including the album's hit single: Shel Silverstein's "A Boy Named Sue," presented unbleeped for the first time. Equally impressive are the eight restored tracks and unexpurgated between-song patter. Cash's opening renditions of "Big River" and "I Still Miss Someone" are bracing. So are four closing songs teaming Cash with his complete performing troupe (the Carter Family, Carl Perkins, and the Statler Brothers). Their gospel performances ("He Turned the Water into Wine," "The Old Account," and an early version of "Daddy Sang Bass") are electrifying, as is a concluding medley featuring everyone. Cash is presented here at his roaring, primal best.
Price $16.95
A Concert Behind Prison Walls
This CD features Cash performing for inmates inside the Tennessee State Penitentiary in Nashville. Recorded in 1976, this is only one of two prison concerts Cash ever recorded for broadcast and features legendary performers Johnny Cash, Linda Ronstadt and Roy Clark performing their greatest hits.
Price $19.95
Live From Austin Texas
Cash was not only a great artist but a great performer, as this 1987 Austin City Limits taping (also available on DVD) attests. Though he was years past his hitmaking peak and had yet to enjoy his late-career comeback, his legendary stature was undiminished and his baritone sounds surprisingly supple and warm. With his veteran band providing superb support, he intersperses the requisite hits--"Ring of Fire," "Folsom Prison Blues, "I Walk the Line," and a rousing "Big River"--with a more folkish selection that includes a lyrical recasting of the traditional "Barbara Allen" and a stripped-down medley of "The Wall" and "Long Black Veil." He also dips into the work of fellow songwriters Kris Kristofferson ("Sunday Morning Comin' Down"), Tom T. Hall ("I'll Go Somewhere and Sing My Songs Again"), Guy Clark ("Let Him Roll"), and John Prine ("Sam Stone") and makes those songs his own. Wife June Carter Cash joins him in a testament to their love with a duet on "Where Did We Go Right?"
Price $21.95
At Folsom Prison [Extra tracks, Live) REMASTERED"
"Johnny Cash had been breaking new ground for a decade when At Folsom Prison suddenly made the world at large take notice. The interaction of a volatile prison population starved for entertainment and a desperately on-form Johnny Cash was electrifying. His somber machismo finally found a home. The songs, which included every prison song Cash knew (I Got Stripes, The Wall, 25 Minutes to Go, Cocaine Blues, plus his own Folsom Prison Blues) were tailored to galvanize the crowd. This set is all about atmosphere. Live at the Grand Ole Opry this ain't. The 1999 version drops the San Quentin portion of the original CD reissue, instead adding three cuts to complete the full and uncensored Folsom show."
More Details+Price $16.95
VH1 Storytellers
Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson's VH1 Storytellers is one of the first records in the series, and it's something of a minor gem. The two songwriters share the stage, telling brief stories about their work and exchanging compliments as they play a selection of both famous and relatively obscure tunes. Neither Cash nor Nelson reveals too much, but the relaxed atmosphere, wry anecdotes and warm versions of standards makes VH1 Storytellers a welcome supplement to their catalogs.
Price $16.95
The Very Best of Johnny Cash Live
A collection of great live performances by Cash, June carter Cash and the Carter Sisters.
Price $15.95
JOHNNY CASH AT FOLSOM PRISON-Legacy Edition Deluxe 40th Anniversary 2-Cd+DVD
Box Set Makes History with Release Of - Yes - Two Shows!
• CD One: 65-minute first show -with seven previously unissued tracks
• CD Two: 75-minute second show - with 24 previously unissued tracks (of 26)
• DVD: new documentary film - with exclusive Folsom Prison footage, interviews with Merle Haggard, Rosanne Cash, Marty Stuart, and former inmates at concert, and unpublished photographs by Jim Marshall

It’s one of those dates that is embedded in music history. January 13, 1968, the day that Johnny Cash and his crew - June Carter (two months before their wedding), Columbia staff producer Bob Johnston, Carl Perkins, the Statler Brothers, and the Tennessee Three (guitarist Luther Perkins, bassist Marshall Grant, drummer W.S. "Fluke" Holland), rolled into northern California's notorious maximum security lockup and gave a performance that changed Cash's career arc and the future of popular music. Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison, the LP issued on Columbia Records the following May, became a cultural benchmark in the midst of the single most tumultuous year in American history since the end of World War II. It was more than a record album - it was the turning point for a generation.

Forty years later, the Cash archives in Tennessee continue to dazzle researchers with their riches. In fact, as rarely known by even the most ardent fans, and rarely mentioned in Cash writings until now - there were two Folsom shows performed and recorded that day: The first show, the bulk of which comprised the classic, familiar 16-song album; and a longer second show, the bulk of whose 26 tracks (except for two songs) were put on the shelf.

JOHNNY CASH AT FOLSOM PRISON: LEGACY EDITION has been a long time coming, indeed. The revealing three-disc (2 CD+DVD) close-up of that day now presents the entire unvarnished 65-minute first show on disc one - expletives intact for the first time, and with seven previously unissued tracks; and the entire 75-minute second show on disc two, with 24 previously unissued tracks (out of 26). It's topped off with a new documentary DVD - featuring exclusive footage from inside Folsom, interviews with Merle Haggard, Rosanne Cash, Marty Stuart, and former inmates who witnessed the concert, and unpublished photography by Jim Marshall.

JOHNNY CASH AT FOLSOM PRISON: LEGACY EDITION, the latest deluxe display-book box set entry in the Legacy Edition series will be available at all physical and digital outlets starting October 14th through Columbia/Legacy, a division of SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT.
Price $45.95
On February 24, 1969, two days before he turned 37, the legendary Johnny Cash led his traveling troupe behind the foreboding walls of the California State Penitentiary at San Quentin, long known as one of America's toughest prisons. Thirteen months earlier, the Johnny Cash Show made musical history when they appeared at another notorious California state pen. The concert yielded what became Cash's best selling album up to that time, JOHNNY CASH AT FOLSOM PRISON, which in July 1968 entered the "Billboard" LP chart and stayed on it for 39 weeks, reaching number 13..

JOHNNY CASH AT SAN QUENTIN, FOLSOM's follow-up and companion piece, upped the chart-success ante and then some; on August 23, 1969 it reached the top of the LP stack in "Billboard" and remained there for four weeks, making it the best-selling of all Cash longplayers.

Originally a single album, AT SAN QUENTIN is now a deluxe three-disc, Legacy Edition package: two CDs containing 31 selections, 13 of them previously unissued, plus a DVD called JOHNNY CASH IN SAN QUENTIN, a 1969 documentary made by England's Granada TV for British television. It is, by turns, exhilarating and harrowing; among the tunes is a full rendition of "A Boy Named Sue," the rollicking, rowdy smash that in 1969 topped the C & W singles charts for five weeks, while also reaching number two on the Pop side. There are also interviews, some searingly candid, with the prisoners and guards who were present when the Johnny Cash Show packed the big house.

Backed by his scythe-sharp band, the Tennessee Three, Cash's quavering bass-baritone renders hits, hymns, history (personal and American), humor and, of course, the singular "boom-chicka-boom" railroad rhythm that is one of Country music's most ineffable, instantly identifiable sounds. The bill also includes first-rate performances from rockabilly king Car
Price $45.95
Johnny Cash Live at Osteraker Prison
2008 digitally remastered and expanded edition of this live album, recorded in October of '72 at the Osteraker Prison in Sweden. The original album's 12 tracks are joined by 12 previously unreleased cuts from the same show, making this an exciting release for fans, old and new. Also features expanded liner notes and previously unpublished photos. Johnny Cash was a passionate man but the Country star was particularly interested with the downtrodden. Prisoners. Though playing shows in prisons was not unusual to Johnny (San Quentin, Folsom State Prison), he had never performed at a prison outside the U.S.A. He opened with 'A Boy Named Sue' for a fully-seated auditorium and for the next hour plus, continued with some of his biggest hits and fan favorites.
Price $19.99
Man in Black: Live in Denmark 1971
Live archive release by the country legend. In 1971, Johnny Cash was sitting on top of the world, riding a wave of hit singles that had topped the country charts, winning a Grammy Award with wife and duet partner June Carter Cash for their rendition of "If I Was a Carpenter," and, since 1969, hosting a weekly music-variety program on network TV. Originally recorded for Danish television, this release spotlights Cash backed by his airtight backup band, The Tennessee Three, along with duets with June Carter Cash; appearances from Mother Maybelle Carter and her daughters Anita and Helen, Carl Perkins (of "Blue Suede Shoes" immortality) and The Statler Brothers, much loved for their off-the-wall humor and homespun four-part harmonies. Also included in this spirited set are early hits from the 1950s, including "I Walk the Line" and "Guess Things Happen That Way"; unforgettable tunes penned by Kris Kristofferson ("Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down," "Me and Bobby McGee"); the comical crossover pop hit "A Boy Named Sue"; and Cash's then-recent hit "Man in Black," which introduced Cash's infamous alter ego who stood up for underdogs everywhere. The stirring gospel finale of "Children, Go Where I Send Thee," featuring Cash and all his guest performers, is the perfect ending to a most ebullient performance by one and all.
Price $21.95
Johnny Cash Koncert V Praze (In Prague-Live) CD
Koncert V Praze (In Prague-Live)
Koncert V Praze was a rare example of a Western performer putting on a show behind the Iron Curtain, in this case, the capital of Czechoslovakia, which had become a Communist state shortly after the end of World War II. Cash played to about 50,000 people over 4 shows that sold out in 2 days. Recorded in 1978, Koncert V Praze wouldn't be released in Czechoslovakia until 1983 by Supraphone Records. Also released in Legacy's The Complete Columbia Album Collection box set in 2012.
Price $14.95
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