“Hello…I’m Johnny Cash.” With those four words, The Man in Black solidified his legend as outlaw country pioneer with two spirited sets recorded at Folsom State Prison in 1968 and released as At Folsom Prison, one of the most acclaimed live albums of all
April 21 street date. RECORD STORE DAY release. Undoubtedly the most famous and influential country singer of all time, Johnny Cash’s unmistakeable style embraced rock and roll, rockabilly, blues, folk, and gospel. This memorable collection of songs recorded during his first prodigious burst of creativity laid the foundations of the legend of ‘The Man In Black’. Includes classic tracks ‘Folsom Prison Blues and ‘I Walk The Line’, which became signature tunes that defined his long career. Cash’s crossover appeal won him inductions into the Country music, Rock and Roll, and Gospel music Halls of Fame. Includes FREE download card enabling you to download the full album as well as bonus Johnny Cash tracks. One of the biggest-selling music artists of all time, having sold more than 90 million records worldwide. Classic tracks recorded 60 years ago which still ring out potent and true. On Cash’s death in 2003, Bob Dylan called him ‘the greatest of the greats, then and now’.
June 10 street date. This musical documentary profiles the legendary Johnny Cash - singer, writer, poet, and guitarist. This detailed documentary, presenting fascinating interviews, stories, rare footage and live performances, demonstrates the enduring greatness of one of music’s all-time giants.
January 27 street date. DELUXE VINYL EDITION! "A Concert: Behind Prison Walls" is the 54th overall album and a live album recorded by Johnny Cash in the Tennessee Prison 1976. The album features Cash with his backing band the Tennessee Three, but also features performances by Linda Ronstadt, Roy Clark, and Foster Brooks. 1000 ONLY LIMITED EDITION.
June 24 street date. 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL. Originally released in 1963, Blood, Sweat and Tears is the fifteenth studio album by American icon Johnny Cash. The album’s title is inspired by a quote from Winston Churchill, saying he can offer "nothing but blood, toil, tears, and sweat." According to critics the album consists almost entirely of first-rate material and is an essential album in the Johnny Cash catalogue.
May 11 street date. Like many of Johnny Cash's albums from the late 50s and early 60s, Blood, Sweat and Tears is a concept album. This time around, for his 15th long player, The Man in Black sings a suite of songs about the plight of the working man. Featuring The Carter Family on backing vocals and longtime guitarist Luther Perkins, this is a killer album that features two classics he'd later record on the legendary Folsom Prison sessions ("The Legend of John Henry's Hammer" and "Busted"). Another classic from Johnny Cash on Wax Love.
June 5 street date. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. 51 tracks, including 15 previously unreleased studio tracks. This fourth volume of the Bootleg Series focuses on the religious side of The Man In Black, showcasing the best of his gospel on three albums. Includes a 20-pg booklet filled with highly personal liner noted by his son John Carter Cash.
March 31 street date. Johnny Cash American Recordings I-VI on Limited Edition 180g 7LP Box Set. Featuring All 6 of The Man In Black's Critically Acclaimed American Recordings Albums. LPs Cut from the Original Masters Under the Strict Supervision of Rick Rubin & Pressed at QRP.