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Performer: Johnny Cash
Title: In Concert: The Man In Black - His Early Years
Country: Germany
Released: 2004
Style: Country Blues, Country Rock, Folk Rock
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MP1 WAV MIDI VOX DXD AUD RA
FLAC size: 1532 mb | MP3 size: 1675 mb | WMA size: 1327 mb
Genre: Rock / Blues

He traditionally began his concerts by simply introducing himself, "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash," followed by his signature song "Folsom Prison Blues". Much of Cash's music contained themes of sorrow, moral tribulation, and redemption, especially in the later stages of his career. His other signature songs include "I Walk the Line", "Ring of Fire", "Get Rhythm", and "Man in Black". In March 1935, when Cash was three years old, the family settled in Dyess, Arkansas, a New Deal colony established to give poor families the opportunity to work land that they may later own. From the age of five, Cash worked in cotton fields with his family, singing with them as they worked. The album was considered lost until the early 21st century.

Band Name Johnny Cash. Album Name The Man in Black - His Early Years. Data de lançamento 2004. Other productions from Johnny Cash. American VI: Ain't No Grave.

Johnny Cash, the Man in Black, was a singer, guitarist and songwriter whose music innovatively mixed country, rock, blues and gospel influences. Born in 1932 in Arkansas, Johnny Cash grew up in a poor farming community and joined the Air Force in 1950. In later years, Cash joined the country supergroup the Highwaymen and released a series of recordings with producer Rick Rubin. He died of complications from diabetes on September 12, 2003. He released his debut album, Johnny Cash with His Hot & Blue Guitar in 1957, and cemented his fame with chart-toppers like "Ballad of a Teenage Queen" and "Don't Take Your Guns to Town. By the early 1960s, Johnny Cash, who had relocated his family to California and left Sun for Columbia Records, was a musical superstar.

- Man In Black: Johnny Cash Live In Denmark 1971. Label: Columbia Records. Johnny Cash famously collaborated with many people over his long career, including family members, friends, members of the country music establishment, and, especially towards the end of his career, popular rock and alternative artists

The Man In Black is synonymous with prisons thanks to his first big hit, Folsom Prison Blues, though he never actually served a prison sentence. Cash was arrested seven times and spent a few nights in jail but he wrote extensively on his empathy for prisoners and how close he always felt to them. After the success of Folsom, Columbia Records released the compilation album Heart Of Cash and, in early 1969, they put out Cash’s new LP, The Holy Land, which mostly contained religiously themed songs. The Man in Black–who was returning by plane from a trip to Juarez, Mexico–spent a night in the El Paso jail, and later pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count. Photo from TheSmokingGun.

Cash continued his success in 1964 as "Understand Your Man" became a number one hit. However, Cash's comeback was short-lived as he sank further into addiction, and his hit singles arrived sporadically. Cash was arrested in El Paso for attempting to smuggle amphetamines into the country through his guitar case in 1965. That same year, the Grand Ole Opry refused to have him perform and he wrecked the establishment's footlights. Early in 1968, Cash proposed marriage to Carter during a concert; the pair were married that spring. Also in 1968, Cash recorded and released his most popular album, Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison. The Johnny Cash Show ran for two years, between 1969 and 1971. Cash was reaching a second peak of popularity in 1970. Man in Black, Cash's autobiography, was published in 1975. In 1980, he became the youngest inductee to the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Johnny Cash - Man In Black. It wasn’t his biggest hit, but when you utter the phrase Johnny Cash songs, this one is the most important – as the singer reveals his reasons for the color of his attire and personality. The lyrics of this 1971 top ten hit also reveal much of the social activism that was so much a part of Cash’s career.

Tracklist

1 It Was Jesus
2 Suppertime
3 All Over Again
4 Give My Love To Rose
5 Pickin' Time
6 I Was There When It Happened
7 Five Feet High And Rising
8 Big River
9 God Has My Fortune Laid Away
10 Heartbreak Hotel
11 I Got Stripes
12 Guess Things Happen That Way
13 Ways Of A Woman In Love
14 You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven
15 Frankie And Johnny
16 Don't Take Your Guns To Town

Notes

Approx. running time 39 min.

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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WHEI 10355 Johnny Cash In Concert: The Man In Black - His Early Years ‎(DVD-V) WHE International WHEI 10355 Germany 2004
74125 Johnny Cash In Concert: The Man In Black - His Early Years ‎(DVD-V) Star Media Group Ltd. 74125 Canada 2007
WHEIH 10355 Johnny Cash In Concert: The Man In Black - His Early Years ‎(DVD-V) WHE International WHEIH 10355 Germany 2004
WHEI 10224 Johnny Cash The Man In Black - His Early Years ‎(DVD) WHE International Limited WHEI 10224 US 2005
3374 1251 Johnny Cash In Concert - Legends On Stage ‎(DVD-V) Star Media Group 3374 1251 Germany 2007