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Johnny Cash - Man In Black: Live In Denmark 1971 (2015)

4-12-2015, 21:32
Music | Country | Rock

Title: Man In Black: Live In Denmark 1971
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Legacy Recordings
Genre: Country/Rock
Quality: FLAC/320 Kbps
Total Time: 56:38
Total Size: 131/302 MB

1. A Boy Named Sue (Live) (3:14)
2. Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down (Live) (5:14)
3. I Walk The Line (Live) (2:38)
4. Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) (Live) (3:08)
5. Matchbox (Carl Perkins) (Live) (2:14)
6. Me And Bobby McGee (Live) (3:06)
7. I Guess Things Happen That Way (Live) (0:54)
8. Bed Of Roses (The Statler Brothers) (Live) (2:39)
9. Flowers On The Wall (The Statler Brothers) (Live) (2:27)
10. Folsom Prison Blues (Live) (2:25)
11. Darlin' Companion (With June Carter) (Live) (2:09)
12. If I Were A Carpenter (With June Carter) (Live) (1:43)
13. Help Me Make It Through The Night (With June Carter) (Live) (2:04)
14. Man In Black (Live) (3:22)
15. Introduction To The Carter Family (Live) (2:16)
16. A Song To Mama (Carter Family) (Live) (3:34)
17. No Need To Worry (Carter Family & The Statler Brothers) (Live) (3:07)
18. Rock Of Ages (Carter Family & The Statler Brothers) (Live) (3:17)
19. Children, Go Where I Send Thee (Carter Family, The Statler Brothers & Carl Perkins) (Live) (6:59)

Previously available only as a DVD, Man In Black: Live in Denmark 1971 is being released on CD for the first time next month with a special 2LP set, pressed on red and white vinyl being released exclusively to independent record retailers for Black Friday/Record Store Day.

Cash was at the top of his game when he starred in this concert special for Danish television during a successful tour of Scandinavia in 1971. Filmed before a live audience on a sound stage, it was a typically eclectic Cash show featuring performances with his touring companions – the Tennessee Three (his backing band) June Carter Cash, the Carter Family, Carl Perkins, and the Statler Brothers on a setlist of hits including A Boy Named Sue, I Walk the Line, Folsom Prison Blues and more.

Among his duets with June Carter Cash featured on this live album, If I Were a Carpenter stands out as the song that earned the couple the 1971 Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.

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