From solo acoustic recordings cut at the House of Cash studio in Nashville to raucous live concerts taped at the Newport Folk Festival, the White House, and more; this is Johnny Cash as you’ve always known him, and never yet heard him. From the Summer of 1969 through the final show in March 1971, The Johnny Cash TV Show established Johnny as a true artist and exposed America to an eclectic array of musical talent.
Includes his hits I Walk the Line and A Boy Named Sue plus Stand By Your Man Tammy Wynette; I've Been Everywhere Johnny Cash & Lynn Anderson; Johnny One Time Brenda Lee; Ring of Fire Ray Charles, and more.
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Three-CD set containing a trio of albums from the Country legend, each housed in a replica mini-LP sleeve.
Includes the albums, Hello, I'm Johnny Cash, (1969), which is unavailable in the U.
His journey began at the First Baptist Church in his hometown of Dyess, Arkansas; he first auditioned at Sun Records with dreams of becoming a gospel artist; and throughout his career, Cash never lost site of his calling to gospel.
S.; First 19 Albums (1958-1967) Released for First Time in Mono on CD by Columbia/Legacy in the U. 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) An amazing collection of some of Cashs finest early Columbia Records albums.Careful in selecting country material, Cash made sure its spirit resonated within him and advanced a message consistent with his own values and reflected a reverence for country music history.Cash's profound relationship with country music is contained on The Greatest: Country Classics.When he teamed up with another artist, Cash was able to align his core beliefs and talents with some of the biggest and best names in music.Cash and his wife June Carter shared an intense, unparalleled bond and recorded several legendary duets together, but Cash also teamed up with an amazingly diverse group of artists such as Bob Dylan, Ray Charles and Waylon Jennings.A must-have for the die-hard Cash fan of for anyone who wants to get to know the musical legacy of The Man In Black.Five Complete albums containing 72 songs: The Fabulous Johnny Cash (1958), Songs Of Our Soil (1959), Hymns By Johnny Cash (1959), Ride This Train (1960) and Orange Blossom Special (1965).On July 27, 1990, Johnny Cash took his revue to The Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park, New Jersey, and performed a truly unique and wonderful concert, captured on multi-tracks that lay dormant until recently mixed and edited for this near hour-long CD.Terrific performances of his greatest hits are here I Walk The Line, Ring Of Fire, etc.A wonderfully upbeat Cash and wife June Carter Cashs stories and introductions punctuate the music; June contributes a boisterous Jackson duet with Johnny; local songstress Lucy Clark duets on the first performance anywhere at the time of Johnnys What Is Man?; and the singer performs the only recorded version anywhere of the classic gospel song Wonderful Time Up There. 2008 digitally remastered and expanded edition of this live album, recorded in October of '72 at the Osteraker Prison in Sweden.