Johnny Cash at San Quentin songs Product Information
Johnny Cash at San Quentin album for sale by Johnny Cash was released Jul 04, 2000 on the Columbia/Legacy label. One of country music's unequivocal stars, Johnny Cash retained respect for the travails of the audience elevating him to that position. Johnny Cash at San Quentin buy CD music Recorded live at one of America's most notorious prisons, this album displays an empathy bereft of condescension and captures a performer combining charisma with natural ease. The material is balanced between established favorites and new material including "Wanted Man" (an unrecorded Bob Dylan song), and the lighthearted hit "A Boy Named Sue." Johnny Cash at San Quentin CD music is a 2-disc set with 18 songs. ...See Full Description
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How can you not love this CD?
By George (New Jersey)
i thought it was a good show and to hear it uncesonerd was nice a plus to hear songs that was not on the lp version made it even better. if you are a die hard johnny cash fan you will like this cd.
By a reviewer (seneca ks usa)
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Johnny Cash at San Quentin songs i like this recording but i can feel and understand it san quentin may you rot and burn in hell. Johnny Cash at San Quentin album for sale when i was a kid 7 or 8 years old sonyea was hell to me as well. johnny cash was on the money. because i feel the same way about what sonyea did to me. thats why this record i recieved seriously. i am mad at that situation. but i still feel that this is a special recording that ive listened to. i love and feel this recording more than any other columbia recording of johnny cash that ive owned. god bless johnny cash for his great work.
By comfortdavid (watkins glen new york 14891)
||The Other Great Prison Album|
Don't dismiss this album. Although an obvious follow-up to the Folsom Prison album it stands well on its own. A little repitition slows it down, but it is also fascinating to listen to Cash please his audience. You also get wonderful versions of A Boy Named Sue, Big River and many others. They wisely dropped any announcements over the P.A. system, as that would have been to derivative of the Folsom Prison album.
By jmayn (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
||Must Have CD|
I am not a big country music fan, but I believe that this recording is a "must" in any music collection. Cash's interaction with the audience, the dialogues, all make this CD far superior to the previously released and censored LP... though reading the notes you get the impression that the cheering has been cut significantly, especially on the San Quentin track.
By a reviewer (Tioga, LA)
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Johnny Cash at San Quentin songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1089175|
|Label||Columbia / Legacy|
|Release Date||Jul 04, 2000|
|Producer||Bob Johnston; Bob Irwin (Reissue)|
|Engineer||Neil Wilburn; Bob Breault|
|Recording Time||59 minutes|
|Additional Info||Additional Tracks; Remastered|
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