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At Folsom Prison (Legacy Edition)

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RIAA Certification:
3x Multi-Platinum

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Disc 1

1. Opening Announcements from Hugh Cherry (Live)
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2. Blue Suede Shoes (Live) (Carl Perkins)
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4. Announcements and Johnny Cash Intro from Hugh Cherry (Live)
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10. 25 Minutes to Go (Live – 1st Show)
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11. I’m Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail (Live)
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14. Send a Picture of Mother (Live)
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16. Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog (Live)
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17. Flushed from the Bathroom of Your Heart (Live)
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20. I Got a Woman (with June Carter) [Live]
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21. The Legend Of John Henry’s Hammer (Live)
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23. Green, Green Grass of Home (Live)
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25. Closing Theme and Announcements
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Disc 2

2. Opening Announcements from Hugh Cherry
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4. Blue Suede Shoes (Live) (Carl Perkins)
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5. You Can’t Have Your Kate and Edith, Too (Live) (Statler Brothers)
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8. Announcements and Johnny Cash Intro from Hugh Cherry (Live)
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13. 25 Minutes to Go (Live – 2nd Show)
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15. The Legend Of John Henry’s Hammer (Live)
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16. Give My Love to Rose (Live with June Carter)
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17. Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog (Live)
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18. Flushed from the Bathroom of Your Heart (Live)
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20. Jackson (Live with June Carter)
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21. Long-Legged Guitar Pickin’ Man (Live) (feat. June Carter Cash)
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23. Green, Green Grass of Home (Live)
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26. Hugh Cherry Introduces Johnny’s Father and Closing Announcements (Live)
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January 13, 1968, the day that Johnny Cash and his crew – June Carter (two months before their wedding), Columbia staff producer Bob Johnston, Carl Perkins, the Statler Brothers, and the Tennessee Three (guitarist Luther Perkins, bassist Marshall Grant, drummer W.S. “Fluke” Holland), rolled into northern California’s notorious maximum security lockup and gave a performance that changed Cash’s career arc and the future of popular music.

This revealing three-disc (2 CD+DVD) close-up of that day now presents the entire unvarnished 65-minute first show on disc one – expletives intact for the first time, and with seven previously unissued tracks; and the entire 75-minute second show on disc two, with 24 previously unissued tracks (out of 26). It’s topped off with a new documentary DVD – featuring exclusive footage from inside Folsom, interviews with Merle Haggard, Rosanne Cash, Marty Stuart, and former inmates who witnessed the concert, and unpublished photography by Jim Marshall.

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