At Folsom Prison (Legacy Edition)
by Johnny Cash

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Track Listing

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
1 Old Spinning Wheel, The - (featuring The Tennessee Three/Carl Perkins)
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 Brothers)
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
1 Bonus Material [DVD]

Featured Artists: The Statler Brothers and June Carter Cash and The Carter Family and Carl Perkins and The Tennessee Three

Genre: Oldies
  • Genre: Country & Western
  • Release Date: October 2008
  • Label: Legacy
  • Format: CD
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Audio Format: Stereo
Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone (12/11/03, p.116) - Ranked #88 in Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Albums Of All Time" - "...Essential Cash....The 2,000 inmates roar their approval..."

Spin (p.86) - "[A] legendary 1968 concert, activist entertainment on a par with Bob Dylan and Public Enemy."

Entertainment Weekly (9/26/03, p.34) - "...You get the sense that Cash could just as easily be in the audience as on stage at this raucous show, and the inmates know it..."

Q (4/00, p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...represents Cash at the peak of his powers, bringing a highly combustible mixture of joy and pain to 2000 excitable inmates....Any more real and full body armor would have had to be supplied."

Uncut (p.66) - "'Folsom Prison Blues' is the inevitable lead-off of this spirited live album, which freights a joyful vim at odds with its surroundings."

Uncut (3/00, p.74) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...It's an effortless and powerful performance....Touching..."

CMJ (11/1/99, pp.24-5) - "...finally receiving a proper...reissue....Restored is Cash's salty stage-banter in all of its uncensored glory, alongside every one of the crowd's raucous, foot-stomping, hollering responses....repeatedly delivers the kind of goosebumps that few records can."

Dirty Linen (p.46) - "Backed by the Tennessee Three, rockabilly guitarist Carl Perkins, and vocal group the Statler Brothers, the 'Man in Black' delivered a passionate mix of unsweetened folk balladry, honky tonk, blues and country gospel."

Dirty Linen (2-3/00, pp.63,65) - " impressive performance document that gives a fuller sense of Cash's stage persona and his relationship with the audience....The song order has been corrected to the original performance....[with] 3 previously unreleased songs..."

Q (Magazine) (p.123) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t chimed perfectly with the rebellious spirit of the times, becoming a turning point for country music..."

Mojo (Publisher) (p.123) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Savour this for the original show in all its primal glory."

Paste (magazine) (p.60) - "Cash's performance of inmate Glen Sherley's 'Greystone Chapel' is the highlight....It's no exaggeration to say that JOHNNY CASH AT FOLSOM PRISON is his masterwork."

Clash (Magazine) (p.97) - "AT FOLSOM PRISON is a record that has long been considered one of the most influential albums of the '60s....The raw vibe of the performance is captured perfectly..."

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