It wasn’t necessarily going to end this way for Johnny Cash. When the 62-year-old singer first sat in Rick Rubin’s Sunset Strip living room and played him the handful of songs that would form the core of 1994’s American Recordings, he seemed destined not for a packed Manhattan Center (now the Hammerstein Ballroom) and an […]
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As mentioned a couple of weeks ago in Bob Dylan :: After The Crash (1967-1970), back in 2005 AD posted the unreleased tracks from Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash’s 1968 sessions. With the Legacy reissue of Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison and the October release of Bob Dylan’s Bootleg Series Volume 8 (more on that […]
Perhaps the true test of “a legend” is when, even in the midst of total and complete over-saturation, their legacy remains untarnished and beyond reproach. If so, when it comes to music (and his role as a general pop culture icon), Johnny Cash is a prime contender. Now, two years after his big screen portrayal […]
“Hello, I’m Johnny Cash.” The other night PBS, as part of their P.O.V. Series, aired the 1969 Johnny Cash documentary Johnny Cash: The Man, His World, His Music. Shot in 1968 and ’69, the film is an absolute must for Cash fans, featuring the artist on the never-ending road shortly after his stint at Folsom […]
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