Music At Folsom Prison Johnny Cash (album - 1968)

At Folsom Prison Johnny Cash

Recorded on January 13, 1968 and published in May of the same year, this live album precedes by one year the release of an album this time captured from the penitentiary of San Quentin.

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    It marks the return to grace of Johnny Cash after a period of addiction that has severely impacted his career. The set list includes the unmissable Folsom Prison Blues, one of the hits of the “man in black”.

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