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San Quentin - Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash At San Quentin

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Label: CBS - 63629,CBS - S 63629,CBS - CS 9827 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Country Rock
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To put the performance on Johnny Cash at San Quentin in a bit of perspective: Johnny Cash 's key partner in the Tennessee Twoguitarist Luther San Quentin - Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash At San Quentin died in Augustjust seven months before this set was recorded in February In addition to that, Cash was nearing the peak of his popularity -- his live album, At Folsom Prisonwas a smash success -- but he was nearly at his wildest in his personal life, which surely spilled over into his performance.

All of this sets the stage for Johnny Cash at San Quentina nominal sequel to At Folsom Prison that surpasses its predecessor and captures Cash at his rawest and wildest.

Part of this is due to how he feeds off of his captive audience, playing to the prisoners and seeming like one of them, but it's also due to the shifting dynamic within the band. Without PerkinsCash isn't tied to the percolating two-step that defined his music to that point. Sure, it's still there, but it has a different feel coming from a different guitarist, and Cash sounds unhinged as he careens through his jailhouse ballads, old hits, and rockabilly-styled ravers, and even covers the Lovin' Spoonful "Darlin' Companion".

No other Johnny Cash record sounds as wild as this. He sounds like an outlaw and renegade here, which is what gives it power -- listen to "A Boy Named Sue," a Shel Silverstein composition that Justice And Justification - Larry and His Flask - By The Lamplight have been too cute by half, but is rescued by the wild-eyed, committed performance by Cashwhere it sounds like he really was set on murdering that son of a bitch who named him Sue.

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    Fetilar 01.11.2019
    Jul 17,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash At San Quentin at Discogs. Complete your Johnny Cash collection/5(K).
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    Vur 04.11.2019
    All of this sets the stage for Johnny Cash at San Quentin, a nominal sequel to At Folsom Prison that surpasses its predecessor and captures Cash at his rawest and wildest. Part of this is due to how he feeds off of his captive audience, playing to the prisoners and seeming like one of them, but it's also due to the shifting dynamic within the band/
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    Vorg 05.11.2019
    May 07,  · Johnny Cash went to Folsom and San Quentin prisons in the late 60's and recorded two of the best country albums ever recorded. This is my favorite of the two live performances, especially "Big River", "Wreck of the Old '97" and "He Turned the Water into Wine."/5().
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    Mujinn 06.11.2019
    Jul 21,  · Perhaps even more so than its predecessor, Johnny Cash at San Quentin captures Cash at his most raw and uninhibited. The artist's raucous rapport with his captive audience is obvious on an inspired mix of Cash classics ("I Walk the Line," "Folsom Prison Blues"), jailhouse ballads ("Starkville City Jail," "San Quentin"), traditional tunes ("Wreck of the Old 97," "There'll Be Peace in /5(6).
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