Rebel’s Birthday

Posted: February 26, 2008 in Uncategorized
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Johnny Cash would have been 76 today.
Happy Birthday Johnny!

For those of you who were not around for his earlier life, he was quite a rebel.
Here’s a few songs from one of his great concerts in front of a captive audience.

It appears this may be available on CMT because on one of their pages they state:
In his music, he said he “walked the line.” But in 1969, many said he crossed it when he staged one of the most famous and controversial performances of all time. Now, see for yourself as CMT presents the classic Johnny Cash In San Quentin. During this show, put on for hard-core criminals at California’s notorious prison, The Man In Black was unchained, performing hits like “Folsom Prison Blues,” “I Walk The Line,” and of course, “San Quentin!” You can’t be an outlaw if you haven’t seen one of country’s true originals at his very best.
If you haven’t seen it try and find it somewhere, I don’t know if it is available on DVD, if not it should be.

Walk the Line

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