Walk The Line & San Quentin
You walked the line with Johnny Cash, now... see what happened next. The return of Johnny Cash continues on November 14th with the release of Johnny Cash - At San Quentin: Legacy Edition.
After nearly four decades, their full-length, unedited hour-and-a-half concert is now officially available over-the-counter, as Johnny Cash - At San Quentin: Legacy Edition, a deluxe three-disc display book box set package (a la the recent Bruce Springsteen Born To Run 30th Anniversary Edition) arrives in stores November 14th on Columbia/Legacy, a division of Sony Bmg Music EntertainÂment. The complete 31-track concert, the longest Johnny Cash live performance on record - containing 13 previously un-issued tracks, four of them featuring Johnny - will be complemented by Johnny Cash - In San Quentin. This one-hour DVD documentary film, produced by England's Granada TV, chronicled the event with numerous performances as well as graphic one-on-one interÂviews with prison guards and inmates discussing their experiences behind bars.
Johnny Cash - At San Quentin: Legacy Edition ups the ante with another 13 previously unissued tracks that now complete the show in its entirety, startÂing with the first five tracks that introduced each of the show's stars - Carl Perkins ("Blue Suede Shoes"), the Statler Brothers ("Flowers On The Wall"), the Carter Family (Tom Paxton's "The Last Thing On My Mind), and June Carter Cash (who talked to the audience and then sang "Wildwood Flower") - before Johnny took the stage with "Big River" and "I Still Miss Someone." During the course of this Legacy Edition, there are two more previously un-issued tracks by Carl Perkins ("Restless," "The Outside Looking In"), one more previously un-issued track by the Carter Family (John D. Loudermilk's "Break My Mind," via George Hamilton IV), and one more previously un-issued track by the Statler Brothers (Glen Campbell's "Less Of Me"). The four previously un-issued tracks by Johnny Cash comprise (in order of appearance) his medley of "The Long Black Veil/ Give My Love To Rose," "Orange Blossom Special," "Jackson" (with June), and Billy Edd Wheeler's "Blistered."
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