Johnny Cash At San Quentin (Live) Johnny Cash
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- 1Wanted Man04:02
- 2Wreck of the Old 9703:24
- 3I Walk the Line02:14
- 4Darlin' Companion07:08
- 5Starkville City Jail02:22
- 6San Quentin03:47
- 7San Quentin03:04
- 8A Boy Named Sue03:59
- 9(There'll Be) Peace in the Valley02:30
- 10Folsom Prison Blues01:29
Info for Johnny Cash At San Quentin (Live)
One of country music's unequivocal stars, Johnny Cash retained respect for the travails of the audience elevating him to that position. Recorded live at one of America's most notorious prisons, this album displays an empathy bereft of condescension and captures a performer combining charisma with natural ease. The material is balanced between established favorites and new material including "Wanted Man" (an unrecorded Bob Dylan song), and the lighthearted hit "A Boy Named Sue." It was not the first time Cash had recorded in a penal institution, but this appearance, at a time when American values were vociferously questioned, suggested the artist's rebelliousness had not dimmed.
Johnny Cash, vocal, Acoustic guitar
June Carter Cash, vocal
Carter Family, vocals, autoharp, guitar
Marshall Grant, bass
W.S. Holland, drums
Carl Perkins, electric guitar
Bob Wootton, electric guitar
The Statler Brothers, vocals
Recorded Live at San Quentin State Prison, February 24, 1969
Produced by Bob Johnston
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