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Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison album download

Performer:

Johnny Cash

Title:

At Folsom Prison

Genre:

Rock / Country and World

MP3 album size:

1709 mb

Other music formats:

MOD MIDI MPC RA DXD ASF DTS

Rating:

4.7 ✱

Style:

Acoustic, Country Rock

Country:

US

Date of release:

1999

Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Folsom Prison Blues
Written-By – J. Cash*
2:42
2 Busted
Written-By – H. Howard*
1:25
3 Dark As The Dungeon
Written-By – M. Travis*
3:04
4 I Still Miss Someone
Written-By – J. Cash*, R. Cash, Jr.*
1:38
5 Cocaine Blues
Written-By – T.J. Arnall
3:01
6 25 Minutes To Go
Written-By – S. Silverstein*
3:31
7 Orange Blossom Special
Written-By – E.T. Rouse*
3:01
8 The Long Black Veil
Written-By – D. Dill*, M. Wilkin*
3:58
9 Send A Picture Of Mother
Written-By – J. Cash*
2:10
10 The Wall
Written-By – H. Howard*
1:36
11 Dirty Old Egg-Suckin' Dog
Written-By – J.H. Clement*
1:30
12 Flushed From The Bathroom Of Your Heart
Written-By – J.H. Clement*
2:17
13 Joe Bean
Written-By – B. Freeman*, L. Pober*
2:25
14 Jackson
Vocals – June Carter*Written-By – B. Wheeler*, J. Leiber*
3:12
15 Give My Love To Rose
Vocals – June Carter*Written-By – J. Cash*
2:41
16 I Got Stripes
Written-By – C. Williams*, J. Cash*
1:57
17 The Legend Of John Henry's Hammer
Written-By – J. Cash*, J. Carter*
7:08
18 Green, Green Grass Of Home
Written-By – C. Putman*
2:29
19 Greystone Chapel
Written-By – G. Shirley*
6:02

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
  • Recorded At – Folsom Prison
  • Mastered At – Sony Music Studios, New York City

Credits

  • Art Direction – Howard Fritzson
  • Authoring – Woody Pornpitaksuk
  • Bass – Marshall Grant
  • Design – Randall Martin
  • Drums – W.S. Holland
  • Electric Guitar – Carl Perkins, Luther Perkins
  • Liner Notes – Johnny Cash, Steve Earle
  • Mastered By – Darcy Proper
  • Mixed By – Thom Cadley (tracks: 1, 3 to 12, 14 to 16, 18, 19 ), Vic Anesini (tracks: 2, 13, 17)
  • Photography By – Jim Marshall
  • Producer [Original Recordings] – Bob Johnston
  • Reissue Producer [5.1 Surround Mix Produced By] – Bob Irwin, Steve Berkowitz
  • Reissue Producer [SACD Stereo Mix Produced By] – Bob Irwin
  • Vocals – The Statler Brothers
  • Vocals, Guitar – Johnny Cash

Notes

All tracks recorded live January 13, 1968 at Folsom Prison. Originally released 1968.
2, 13 and 17 are previously unreleased bonus tracks.

© 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099749 524460
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L558
  • Matrix / Runout: S4952446101-A511 28 A1
  • Label Code: 00162

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CS 9639 Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison ‎(LP, Album) Columbia CS 9639 US 1968
CK 65955 Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Columbia, Legacy CK 65955 US 1999
CK 65955 Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Columbia, Legacy CK 65955 US 1999
CK 65955 Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Sli) Columbia, Legacy CK 65955 US 1999
CS 9639 Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison ‎(LP, Album) CBS CS 9639 Singapore, Malaysia & Hong Kong Unknown



Folsom Prison Blues" is a song written in 1953 and first recorded in 1955 by American singer-songwriter Johnny Cash. The song combines elements from two popular folk styles, the train song and the prison song, both of which Cash continued to use for the rest of his career. It was one of Cash's signature songs. It was the eleventh track on his debut album With His Hot and Blue Guitar and it was also included (same version) on All Aboard the Blue Train.

At Folsom Prison deals with johnny cash illustrate the conflicted nature of the american mind set, with his personal life and his music to. ach track giving out crude,compassionate and bad ass stories with his lyrics. This has to be his highest achievement throughout his discography. You can feel as if you're at the prison with the roaring cheerful crowd. This is a tough one to rate. First off, this album was designed for a particular audience. At least nine songs have a character that is either involved with a crime, or else a felon. Other songs were about lovers that left, or entities known for unconditional love (mothers, dogs).

At Folsom Prison (Live). At Folsom Prison (Live) Tracklist. 1. Folsom Prison Blues (Live) Lyrics. 2. Dark as the Dungeon Lyrics. On January 13, 1968, after two days of rehearsals in a Sacramento motel, Cash and June Carter, along with the Statler Brothers, Carl Perkins and the Tennessee Three, entered Folsom State Prison in Folsom, California, to perform one of the greatest live recordings in the popular music canon: the album was released in May of that year, becoming a hit in the United. States, reaching number one on the country charts and the top 15 of the national album chart. At Folsom Prison (Live) Q&A.

Five decades after Johnny Cash’s At Folsom Prison album was recorded, it remains as mythical as ever. The concert and its star bore into the international imagination and for various reasons never left it. Dressed in his trademark black on January 13th, 1968, he paradoxically celebrated prison and outlaw life while creating a damning portrait of the prison experience that pricked the era’s concern for society’s outcasts. The stories around the Folsom album – released 50 years ago this May – spiraled up like a dust devil, taking with it fevered speculation about Cash’s run-ins with the law and other half-truths and shady legends. Hollywood’s 2005 Walk the Line biopic portrayed the concert as something it was not, although it did get one thing right: On a very basic level, Folsom marked a personal and professional renaissance for Cash.

Johnny Cash had been breaking new ground for a decade when At Folsom Prison suddenly made the world at large take notice. The interaction of a volatile prison population starved for entertainment and a desperately on-form Johnny Cash was electrifying. His somber machismo finally found a home. The 09:40 concert is the one put on the album most of us are familiar with. During the 12:40 concert you can tell right out that Johnny Cash had just given a previous concert as his voice is tired and he made more slip-ups-but still a good listen I think. The show at Folsom in 1968 was a long one and I always thought that the the songs that were not on the album were as worthy of being heard as the ones that were.

All Tracks Previously Unreleased The Shows Were Recorded At Folsom Prison. Mastered By Vic Anessini At Battery Studios New York, NY Special Thanks: Gene Beley, Bill Miller. Includes a booklet featuring pictures of Cash and his wife June and some details on the show.

Cash was first introduced to the prison in the early 1950s when he saw the film Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison. It inspired him to write the song Folsom Prison Blues, which was included on his debut album in 1957 and became one of his signature songs. Though Cash had never spent any time in jail, prisoners related to him and the song. He started receiving requests to perform in prisons. His first performance was at Huntsville State Prison in Texas in 1957, and this was followed by San Quentin in California the following year. Cash performing in San Quentin Prison, California (1969).

Title: At Folsom Prison Artist: Johnny Cash Genre: CountryCountry Duration: 5. 0 mins Format: CD, Album Type: CD No. of Discs: 1 disc(s) Studio, Label: Sony Music UK Release Date: 23 Dec 1999. Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison LP (1968 Columbia Records CS 9639) VG & VG+, Live. Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison Jackson Folsom Prison Blues Busted Remastered CD. Condition is Brand New. Shipped with USPS Media Mail.

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