Folsom Prison looms large in Johnny Cash's legacy, providing the setting for perhaps his definitive song and the location for his definitive album, 'At Folsom Prison'. The ideal blend of mythmaking and gritty reality, 'At Folsom Prison' is the moment when Cash turned into the towering Man In Black, a haunted troubadour singing songs of crime, conflicted conscience, and jail. Never before had his music seemed as vigorous as it does here: this is when he perfectly tied together his humor, gravity, and spirituality. In every sense, it was a breakthrough, but more than that, 'At Folsom Prison' is the quintessential Johnny Cash album, the place where his legend burns bright and eternal.
• 2 LP x 180 grams audiophile vinyl
• Re-mastered Audio • 16 page booklet
• Ultimate edition, from Sony's in-house audiophile Legacy label
A1 Opening announcements from Hugh Cherry A2 Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) A3 This Ole House (statler Brothers) A4 Announcements and Johnny Cash intro from Hugh Cherry A5 Folsom Prison Blues A6 Busted A7 Dark As A Dungeon A8 I Still Miss Someone B1 Cocaine Blues B2 25 Minutes To Go B3 I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail B4 Orange Blossom Special B5 The Long Black Veil C1 Send A Picture Of Mother C2 The Wall C3 Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog C4 Flushed From The Bathroom Of Your Heart C5 Joe Bean C6 Jackson C7 I Got A Woman (with June Carter) D1 The Legend Of John Henry's Hammer D2 June's Poem D3 Green, Green Grass Of Home D4 Greystone Chapel D5 Closing Theme and announcements