Johnny Cash - JOHNNY CASH LIVE AT FOLSOM PRISON AND SAN QUENTIN FLAC album
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At San Quentin is the 31st overall album by Johnny Cash, recorded live at San Quentin State Prison on February 24, 1969 and released on June 4 of that same year. The concert was filmed by Granada Television, produced and directed by Michael Darlow. The album was the second in Cash's conceptual series of live prison albums that also included At Folsom Prison (1968), På Österåker (1973), and A Concert Behind Prison Walls (1976).
At Folsom Prison is a live album by Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in May 1968. After his 1955 song "Folsom Prison Blues", Cash had been interested in recording a performance at a prison. His idea was put on hold until 1967, when personnel changes at Columbia Records put Bob Johnston in charge of producing Cash's material. Cash had recently controlled his drug abuse problems, and was looking to turn his career around after several years of limited commercial success.
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Sixth track from Johnny Cash’s album At San Quentin. At San Quentin is the 31st overall album by Johnny Cash recorded live at San Quentin State Prison on February 24, 1969 and released on June 4 of that same year. The concert was filmed by Granada Television. The album was a follow-up to Cash’s previous live album, the critically acclaimed and commercially successful At Folsom Prison. San Quentin" Track Info. Release Date June 4, 1969.
Artist: Johnny Cash Album: At Folsom Prison and San Quentin Genre: Country Origin: USA Released: 1976 Quality: mp3, VBR V0 Tracklist: Folsom Prison Blues (2:42). Dark as the Dungeon (3:05). I Still Miss Someone (1:37). Starkville City Jail (2:27). A Boy Named Sue (3:54). There'll Be) Peace in the Valley (3:27). Folsom Prison Blues (0:35).
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).
In 1969, just one year after furthering his proto-punk and outlaw image with famed live album At Folsom Prison, Johnny Cash visited another California correctional facility. His February concert at San Quentin State Prison near San Francisco was filmed by Granada Television from the UK and recorded for the CBS/Columbia Records album At San Quentin
While Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, the 1968 album that made Cash a household word, spent only two weeks at No. 1, this 1969 follow-up topped the charts for 20 weeks. Now, 31 years after the fact, the show can at last be heard in true perspective. All the original performances hold up, including the album's hit single: Shel Silverstein's "A Boy Named Sue," presented unbleeped for the first time. Cash asks "San Quentin, what good do you think you do? You've cut and scarred me through and through. You bend my heart and mind and you warp my soul. Your stone walls turn my blood a little cold. This is the reality of prison, both then and now. This is not an easy or enjoyable recording, because the setting was not easy or enjoyable. But it is a tour de force with power and might.