Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison [LP] | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1
MP3
1. Opening Announcements from Hugh Cherry
2. Blue Suede Shoes - (featuring Carl Perkins)
3. This Ole House - (featuring The Statler Brothers)
4. Announcements and Johnny Cash Intro from Hugh Cherry
5. Folsom Prison Blues
6. Busted
7. Dark As A Dungeon
8. I Still Miss Someone
9. Cocaine Blues
10. 25 Minutes To Go
11. I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail
12. Orange Blossom Special
13. Long Black Veil, The
14. Send A Picture Of A Mother
15. Wall, The
16. Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog
17. Flushed From The Bathroom Of Your Heart
18. Joe Bean
19. Jackson - (featuring June Carter Cash)
20. I Got A Woman
21. Legend Of John Henry's Hammer, The
22. June's Poem
23. Green, Green Grass Of Home
24. Greystone Chapel
25. Closing Theme and Announcements
DISC: 2
MP3
1. Old Spinning Wheel, The - (featuring The Tennessee Three/Carl Pe
2. Opening Announcements from Hugh Cherry
3. Matchbox
4. Blue Suede Shoes
5. You Can't Have Your Kate And Edith, Too - (featuring The Statler
6. Flowers On The Wall - (featuring The Statler Brothers)
7. How Great Thou Art - (featuring The Statler Brothers)
8. Announcements and Johnny Cash / Intro from Hugh Cherry
9. Folsom Prison Blues
10. Busted
11. Dark As A Dungeon
12. Cocaine Blues
13. 25 Minutes To Go
14. Orange Blossom Special
15. Legend Of John Henry's Hammer, The
16. Give My Love To Rose - (featuring June Carter Cash)
17. Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog
18. Flushed From The Bathroom Of Your Heart
19. Joe Bean
20. Jackson
21. Long-Legged Guitar Pickin' Man - (featuring June Carter Cash)
22. I Got Stripes
23. Green, Green Grass Of Home
24. Greystone Chapel
25. Greystone Chapel
26. Hugh Cherry Introduces Johnny's Father and W.F. Gresset

More Info:

“Hello…I’m Johnny Cash.” With those four words, The Man in Black solidified his legend as outlaw country pioneer with his spirited live show as performed for 2,000 prisoners and armed guards in one of California’s most notorious penitentiaries. Recorded and released in 1968—a year marked by some of the fiercest political unrest of the 20th century—At Folsom Prison established Johnny Cash as one of popular music’s most distinctive voices.