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The Complete Columbia Collection
JOHNNY CASH - THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA ALBUM COLLECTION BRINGS TOGETHER 59 ALBUMS ON 63 CDs, FROM 1958's THE FABULOUS JOHNNY CASH THROUGH 1990's HIGHWAYMAN 2 WITH WAYLON, WILLIE AND KRISTOFFERSON 35 Albums Released on CD for the First Time by Columbia/Legacy in the U.S.; First 19 Albums (1958-1967) Released for First Time in Mono on CD by Columbia/Legacy in the U.S. Rarities abound!: Live albums in London, Prague, Sweden, and New York; 1970 movie soundtrack albums; The Holy Land and The Gospel Road bible chronicles; Christmas and Children's albums; and much more! Two brand-new compilations especially for this box set: o Johnny Cash With His Hot & Blue Guitar (at Sun Records, 1954-58, 28 songs); o The Singles, Plus (2 CDs, 55 songs, singles not originally included on albums, 'plus' guest performances on albums by Bob Dylan, The Carter Family, The Earl Scruggs Revue, Marty Robbins, Willie Nelson, Shel Silverstein, and others)
Price $349.95
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The Legend [BOX SET]
There are several Cash boxes available, but The Legend--spanning the years 1955-2002 concentrating on his long tenure at Columbia and, to a lesser degree, his beginnings at Sun--probably belongs at the top of the list. Cash's greatest strengths are dramatized on these four, thematically programmed discs: Win, Place and Show: The Hits; Old Favorites and New; The Great American Songbook (mostly traditional songs); and Family and Friends (collaborations). For starters, consider the staggering depth and breadth of his repertoire (perhaps matched only by those of Bob Dylan and Ray Charles), embracing ancient folk tunes ("Streets of Laredo"), teen pop ("Ballad of a Teenage Queen"), mature contemporary rock ("Highway Patrolman"), gospel ("Were You There When They Crucified My Lord"), topical fare ("Ballad of Ira Hayes"), country standards ("Time Changes Everything"), novelties ("One Piece at a Time"), and more. Then there's the way his spare, spacious sound opens up to take in horns ("Ring of Fire"), strings ("Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down"), anything. The Legend includes seven previously unissued sides, most prominently "It Takes One to Know Me," a stirring salute to his wife June. --John Morthland
Price $55.95
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100 Hits Legends-Johnny Cash
2011 five-CD collection from the Country legend containing 100 of the most influential and important tracks from his early years.
Price $29.95
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The Complete Original Sun Singles
The title is self-explanatory, with this 2 CD set covering each and every single released by Cash during his short but legendary stint with Sam Phillps’ Memphis based Sun Records. An enjoyable trip through Cash’s earliest history.
Price $33.95
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Classic Cash/Boom Chicka Boom
2006 pairing of two of his '80s albums, originally released on Mercury Records. 1987's Classic Cash has Johnny revisiting and re-recording many of his older tracks (hits and otherwise) while 1989's Boom Chicka Boom was one of the best of the albums he recorded for the label and includes 'Hidden Shame', a track written for him by Elvis Costello. Although neither album set the charts on fire, both were favorably reviewed and are proof that Johnny's muse wasn't lost in the '80s.
Price $29.95
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Johnny Cash is Coming to Town/Water From the Wells of Home
2006 pairing of two of Johnny's albums from the '80s, originally released on Mercury Records. 1987's Johnny Cash Is Coming To Town was produced by the legendary Cowboy Jack Clement, who had been responsible for Cash classics like 'Ring Of Fire' and 'Ballad Of A Teenage Queen'. 1988's Water From The Wells Of Home features 'New Moon Over Jamaica', co-written and performed with Paul McCartney. Other guests include Glen Campbell, Emmylou Harris, The Everly Brothers and more.
Price $24.95
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Johnny Cash Triple Feature
Great set of three classic Cash CD’s; Hymns From the Heart, Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash and Now There Was a Song.
Price $21.98
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The Essential Johnny Cash
It's a great and perhaps impossible challenge to encapsulate the highlights of Johnny Cash's vast musical catalog in a two-CD, 36-song collection like this. Yet, though it barely scratches the surface, 2002's The Essential Johnny Cash--part of a series of compilations and reissues celebrating Cash's 70th birthday--does present three-dozen satisfying and balanced snapshots of some of the Man in Black's most memorable work for the Sun, Columbia, and Mercury labels. Above all else, these 36 selections are wonderful reminders of Cash's rustic eclecticism. Cuts range from '50s Sun rockabilly classics like "Hey Porter" and "I Walk the Line" to '60s country-folk gems like "The Ballad of Ira Hayes" and Cash's memorable duet with Bob Dylan on Dylan's "Girl from the North Country." Also included are more recent samplings of Cash's celebrated collaborations, including "Highwayman," which he recorded in 1984 with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson as part of the on-again, off-again supergroup the Highwaymen, and "The Wanderer," a fervent gospel collaboration with U2 that appeared on the band's 1993 album, Zooropa.
Price $24.95
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The Real Johnny Cash Box Set (SIX ALBUMS!)
This set combines six of Johnny Cash's late-'50s and early-'60s LPs for Columbia Records, 1958’s The Fabulous Johnny Cash, 1959’s Hymns and Songs of Our Soil, 1960’s Ride This Train and Now, There Was a Song!, and 1962’s Hymns from the Heart, along with six bonus tracks, including “I Walk the Line” and “Folsom Prison Blues,” from Cash's earlier stay at Sun Records. A lot more was to follow for Cash, but the beginning and the first maturation of his iconic career is presented here.
Price $45.95
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Love, God, Murder [BOX SET] [COLLECTOR'S EDITION] [LIMITED EDITION] [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED]"
"More than a few novelists and literature professors have cited the troika of love, god, and death as the basic subjects of all literary works. It just so happens that most music is about the same stuff, and Johnny Cash's music is especially so. Except in Cash's music, you can tease from the general (peculiarly American?) idea of death the more dramatic, intentional, cruel strain of murder. The distinction is crucial for Cash--and this 48-track, three-CD collection--as the struggle presented throughout this set is to understand the subject of a person's will. The will to love, the will to believe, the will to murder: each involves surrender, and most of Cash's protagonists surrender (or are so vanquished that there's no discernible difference). Barrel chested in its breadth, Cash's voice is as ideal a delivery mechanism for metaphysics as it is for the police blotter, the confessional, and the altar. As for the music, Love, God, Murder goes all out to follow its thematic breakdown, avoiding chronological layout--except for Sun-era classics like ""Folsom Prison Blues"" and ""I Walk the Line"" to open Murder and Love, respectively. Murder's inclusion of ""Orleans Parish Prison"" and its B-side ""Jacob Green,"" both recorded in 1972 at Stockholm, Sweden's Osteraker Prison, testify at once to the American roots and global relevance of Cash's vision. The contrasts between '90s material like Kris Kristofferson's ""Why Me Lord"" and Cash's own ""Redemption"" (both from American Recordings) with 1958's ""It Was Jesus"" and 1959's ""Great Speckled Bird"" (on God) is inspired, a great way to track the sometimes single-mindedness of Cash in his investigation of human behavior. Sure, the inclusion of short commentaries by Cash, U2's Bono (on God), June Carter Cash (on Love), and filmmaker Quentin Tarantino (on Murder) amounts to ver"
More Details+Price $41.98
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JOHNNY CASH AT SAN QUENTIN (The complete Concert) CD/DVD SET
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
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JOHNNY CASH AT FOLSOM PRISON-Legacy Edition Deluxe 40th Anniversary 2-Cd+DVD
Box Set Makes History with Release Of - Yes - Two Shows!
RELEASED FROM THE ARCHIVE FOR THE FIRST TIME:
• 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
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