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2008 digitally remastered and expanded edition of this live album, recorded in October of '72 at the Osteraker Prison in Sweden. The original album's 12 tracks are joined by 12 previously unreleased cuts from the same show, making this an exciting release for fans, old and new. Also features expanded liner notes and previously unpublished photos. Johnny Cash was a passionate man but the Country star was particularly interested with the downtrodden. Prisoners. Though playing shows in prisons was not unusual to Johnny (San Quentin, Folsom State Prison), he had never performed at a prison outside the U.S.A. He opened with 'A Boy Named Sue' for a fully-seated auditorium and for the next hour plus, continued with some of his biggest hits and fan. Favorites. Sony/BMG. 2008.
2008 digitally remastered and expanded edition of this live album, recorded in October of '72 at the Osteraker Prison in Sweden. The original album's 12 tracks are joined by 12 previously unreleased cuts from the same show, making this an exciting release for fans, old and new. Also features expanded liner notes and previously unpublished photos. Johnny Cash was a passionate man but the Country star was particularly interested with the downtrodden. Prisoners. Though playing shows in prisons was not unusual to Johnny (San Quentin, Folsom State Prison), he had never performed at a prison outside the U.S.A. He opened with 'A Boy Named Sue' for a fully-seated auditorium and for the next hour plus, continued with some of his biggest hits and fan. Favorites. Sony/BMG. 2008.
886972352428
Johnny Cash - At Osteraker Prison-Legacy Edition [Import]

Details

Format: CD
Label: COLUMBIA EUROPE
Catalog: 88697235242
Rel. Date: 03/25/2008
UPC: 886972352428

At Osteraker Prison-Legacy Edition [Import]
Artist: Johnny Cash
Format: CD
New: In Stock $18.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Walk the Line
2. A Boy Named Sue
3. Sunday Morning Coming Down
4. Osteraker (San Quentin)
5. Me and Bobby McGee
6. Orlean Parish Prison
7. Jacob Green
8. Life of a Prisoner
9. The Prisoners Song 1
10. Folsom Prison Blues 1
11. City Jail 1
12. Help Me Make It Through the Night 1
13. That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine 1
14. The Invertebraes 1
15. Lookin Back in Anger 1
16. I Saw a Man 1
17. High Heel Sneakers 1
18. Blue Suede Shoes 1
19. Dirty Old Egg Sucking Dog 2
20. Wreck of the Old 97 2
21. I Promise You 2
22. Nobody Cared 2
23. San Quentin 2
24. Folsom Prison Blues (Reprise)

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2008 digitally remastered and expanded edition of this live album, recorded in October of '72 at the Osteraker Prison in Sweden. The original album's 12 tracks are joined by 12 previously unreleased cuts from the same show, making this an exciting release for fans, old and new. Also features expanded liner notes and previously unpublished photos. Johnny Cash was a passionate man but the Country star was particularly interested with the downtrodden. Prisoners. Though playing shows in prisons was not unusual to Johnny (San Quentin, Folsom State Prison), he had never performed at a prison outside the U.S.A. He opened with 'A Boy Named Sue' for a fully-seated auditorium and for the next hour plus, continued with some of his biggest hits and fan. Favorites. Sony/BMG. 2008.
        
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