At San Quentin (Vinyl) ~ Johnny Cash Cover Art

At San Quentin

By: Johnny Cash

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DISC 1 for At San Quentin Album By Johnny Cash iTunes
1   Blue Suede Shoes (Live) Buy Buy
2   Flowers On The Wall (Live) Buy Buy
3   The Last Thing On My Mind (Live) Buy Buy
4   June Carter Talks To The Audience (Live) Buy Buy
5   Wildwood Flower (Live) Buy Buy
6   Big River (Live) Buy Buy
7   I Still Miss Someone (Live) Buy Buy
8   Wreck Of The Old 97 (Live) Buy Buy
9   I Walk The Line (Live) Buy Buy
10   The Long Black Veil/Give My Love To Rose (Live) Buy  
11   Folsom Prison Blues (Live) Buy Buy
12   Orange Blossom Special (Live) Buy Buy
13   Jackson (Live) Buy Buy
14   Darlin' Companion (Live) Buy Buy
15   Break My Mind (Live) Buy Buy
16   I Don't Know Where I'm Bound (Live) Buy Buy
17   Starkville City Jail (Live) Buy Buy
DISC 2 for At San Quentin Album By Johnny Cash iTunes
1   San Quentin (Live) Buy Buy
2   San Quentin (Live) Buy Buy
3   Wanted Man (Live) Buy Buy
4   Restless (Live) Buy Buy
5   A Boy Named Sue (Live) Buy Buy
6   Blistered (Live) Buy Buy
7   (There'll Be) Peace In the Valley (Live) Buy Buy
8   The Outside Looking In (Live) Buy Buy
9   Less Of Me (Live) Buy Buy
10   Ring Of Fire (Live) Buy Buy
11   He Turned The Water Into Wine (Live) Buy Buy
12   Daddy Sang Bass (Live) Buy Buy
13   The Old Account Was Settled Long Ago (Live) Buy Buy
14   Folsom Prison Blues/I Walk The Line/Ring Of Fire/The Rebel-Johnny Yuma (Live) Buy  

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Johnny Cash''s five-decade musical career was loaded with bigger-than-life landmark moments. None were more memorable than the Man in Black''s historic concerts at Folsom Prison and San Quentin State Prison, and the beloved albums that documented those shows. Cash''s passion for prison reform and rehabilitation inspired him to perform a series of concerts for inmate audiences, and two of these unique events were documented on Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison and Johnny Cash at San Quentin. These albums, originally released in 1968 and 1969 respectively, remain among Cash''s best-selling and best-loved recordings. At the time of their original release, they revitalized his career, and played a crucial role in his crossover from the country music world to the mainstream pop charts.

Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison fully captures Cash''s gritty intensity and hard-headed humanity, capturing a high-energy set performed for an equally spirited audience. With a set list tailored for the occasion, Cash focuses on songs dealing with crime and imprisonment, balancing dark subject matter with wry, playful humor. The album opens, appropriately enough, with the venerable "Folsom Prison Blues," and continues with such outlaw anthems as "Cocaine Blues," "25 Minutes to Go, "The Wall" and "I Got Stripes," alongside such Cash classics as "I Still Miss Someone," "Orange Blossom Special" and "Jackson," with the latter track featuring Cash''s wife and frequent duet partner June Carter. The album closes on an inspirational note with "Greystone Chapel," a song written by convict Glen Shirley, which Cash and his band learned especially for this show.

Perhaps even more so than its predecessor, Johnny Cash at San Quentin captures Cash at his most raw and uninhibited. The artist''s raucous rapport with his captive audience is obvious on an inspired mix of Cash classics ("I Walk the Line," "Folsom Prison Blues"), jailhouse ballads ("Starkville City Jail," "San Quentin"), traditional tunes ("Wreck of the Old 97," "There''ll Be Peace in the Valley") and well-chosen covers (Bob Dylan''s "Wanted Man," the Lovin'' Spoonful''s "Darling Companion"). The album''s most popular track, though, remains the Shel Silverstein-penned novelty number "A Boy Named Sue," which became the biggest hit single of Cash''s career.

These timeless examples of Johnny Cash''s individuality and artistry are pressed on high-quality high-definition vinyl and have been mastered from the original stereo tapes, with exact reproductions of the albums'' iconic original cover art.

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