| JOHNNY CASH: LIVE IN ENGLAND 1994 - IMM940416
The iconic American artist Johnny Cash, in a powerful and memorable set captured at the 1994 Glastonbury Festival in England.
This was the late-career breakout moment for Cash, who had long since established himself as one of the greatest country, rock and folk artists of all time. Partly on the strength of the earliest of the albums that would come to be the “American Recordings” series, younger audiences, like the huge one here at Glastonbury, began rediscovering the greatness of Cash – not merely as an icon but as a living, breathing, and all-important musician.
This Glastonbury concerts a prime example of what Johnny Cash was able to give audiences from the mid-1990’s until nearly the day of his death in 2003. He mixes old favorites like “Orange Blossom Special” and “Folsom Prison Blues” with originals like “Let The Train Blow The Whistle” and entries from songwriters like London Wainwright III and Nick Lowe. June Carter Cash make one of her trademark appearances – and the program includes a rare interview with Johnny.
1. FOLSOM PRISON BLUES
2. SUNDAY MORING COMING DOWN
3. RING OF FIRE
4. GHOST RIDERS IN THE SKY
5. GUESS THINGS HAPPEN THAT WAY
6. Interview (with Johnny Walker)
7. DELIA’S GONE
8. THE BEAST IN ME
9. LET THE TRAIN BLOW THE WHISTLE
10. THE MAN WHO COULDN’T CRY
11. JACKSON (with June Carter Cash)
12. IF I WERE A CARPENTER (with June Carter Cash)
13. ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL
14. A BOY NAMED SUE