Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison

Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison (1968) [Remastered Reissue 1999 (2002)] {2.0 & 5.1} PS3 ISO + FLAC {RE-UP}

Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison (1968) [Remastered Reissue 1999 (2002)] {2.0 & 5.1}
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 55:49 minutes | Scans included | 3,44 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 1,05 GB
Features Stereo and multichannel surround sound

BSkyB - Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison (2008)  

Posted by vivid23 at Oct. 12, 2012
BSkyB - Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison (2008)

BSkyB - Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison (2008)
PDTV | 832x468 | MKV/x264 @ 1500 Kbps | 57mn | Audio: English AAC 128 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None | 492 MB
Genre: Documentary

It was January 1968, a year that would be saturated in violence and historical change. Johnny Cash’s 1968 concert at Folsom State Prison in California and the ensuing album became a symbol of the late 1960s and transformed his career.

Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison (1968)  

Posted by ramith at Jan. 4, 2011
Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison (1968)

Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison (1968)
Country | EAC Rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | Artwork | 343 MB
Label ~ Columbia/Legacy

Johnny Cash - At San Quentin (The Complete 1969 Concert) (1969) Expanded Reissue 2000

Johnny Cash - At San Quentin (The Complete 1969 Concert) (1969) Expanded Reissue 2000
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 405 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 179 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Country, Rock, Rock & Roll, Gospel | Label: Columbia/Legacy | # 498176 2, COL 498176 2 | 00:59:13

While Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, the 1968 album that made Cash a household word, spent only two weeks at No. 1, this 1969 follow-up topped the charts for 20 weeks. As with Folsom, the San Quentin LP had to be edited due to space limitations. Now, 31 years after the fact, the show can at last be heard in true perspective. All the original performances hold up, including the album's hit single: Shel Silverstein's "A Boy Named Sue," presented unbleeped for the first time. Equally impressive are the eight restored tracks and unexpurgated between-song patter. Cash's opening renditions of "Big River" and "I Still Miss Someone" are bracing. So are four closing songs teaming Cash with his complete performing troupe (the Carter Family, Carl Perkins, and the Statler Brothers). Their gospel performances ("He Turned the Water into Wine," "The Old Account," and an early version of "Daddy Sang Bass") are electrifying, as is a concluding medley featuring everyone. Cash is presented here at his roaring, primal best.
Johnny Cash - At San Quentin (2cd+dvd Legacy edition) (1969)

Johnny Cash - At San Quentin (2cd+dvd Legacy edition) (1969)
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | MPEG-2 Video, PAL 4:3 (720:576), 25fps, 8194kbps | LPCM 2.0 | 60 min | 3600Mb
2CD | Flac + Cue + Log | 590Mb
country | Columbia-Legacy 82876876152 | r2006 | covers

At San Quentin was released as a single-disc expanded edition in 2000 bearing the subtitle "The Complete Concert," so the appearance of the triple-disc Legacy Edition of the album a mere six years later brings up one simple question: if the 2000 edition was complete at a single disc, how is this set more complete? The answer is both complicated and simple. First, one disc of this three-disc set is a DVD containing the hour-long documentary about this concert shot for Granada TV in the U.K. and originally aired in 1969. Second, the 2000 CD more or less contained the entirety of Johnny Cash's portion of the concert, but this contains the entire concert, which means that it has performances from the other three acts on the tour: Carl Perkins, the Statler Brothers, and the Carter Family.
The Clash - Live at Shea Stadium (2008) [Deluxe Edition] RE-UP

The Clash - Live at Shea Stadium (2008) [Deluxe Edition]
EAC-FLAC Image with CUE & LOG - 386 MB | 49:15 mins | Full Scans | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps - 112 MB

Recorded at New York's Shea Stadium in 1982, Live at Shea Stadium captures the band at the peak of its powers and on devastating form. Bristling with energy and attitude, Live at Shea Stadium is destined to feature alongside James Brown at the Apollo, The Who at Leeds and Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison as one of the greatest live recordings of all time!

Johnny Cash - At San Quentin (1969)  

Posted by Avax_training at July 12, 2010
Johnny Cash - At San Quentin (1969)

Johnny Cash - At San Quentin (1969)
DVDRip | Language: English | 47mn 58s | 448x352 | AVI XviD 1174 Kbps 29.970 fps | MP3 273 Kbps | 501 MB
Genre: Documentary

Johnny Cash - At Madison Square Garden (2002)  

Posted by plonker at May 8, 2010
Johnny Cash - At Madison Square Garden (2002)

Johnny Cash - At Madison Square Garden (2002)
Country | EAC rip | WavPack: IMG+CUE+EAC/log -> 510 MB | [email protected] V0 (250kbps) -> 152 MB
77:09 min | scans 600dpi | RAR inc. 3% recovery | Columbia/Legacy 509410 2

"It was magic night! The air was electric and felt good. The audience responded beautifully."
Johnny Cash, July 2002

Johnny Cash At San Quentin (The complete 1969 concert)  Music

Posted by Bully at Nov. 5, 2005

Johnny Cash - At San Quentin - The complete 1969 concert
2000 (CD) | C*u*t*y | MP3 192 Kbps | 85 MB
Opfesoft request | A great part of music history

Johnny Cash - The Greatest Hits (2001)  

Posted by TmanHome at April 1, 2015
Johnny Cash - The Greatest Hits (2001)

Johnny Cash - The Greatest Hits (2001)
Country, Rock and Roll, Rockabilly | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 111 min | 256 MB
Label: Gemini | Rel: 2001

Although primarily remembered as a country music icon, his genre-spanning songs and sound embraced rock and roll, rockabilly, blues, folk, and gospel. This crossover appeal won Cash the rare honor of multiple induction in the Country Music, Rock and Roll, and Gospel Music Halls of Fame. Cash was known for his deep bass-baritone voice, the distinctive sound of his Tennessee Three backing band, a rebelliousness coupled with an increasingly somber and humble demeanor, free prison concerts, and trademark look, which earned him the nickname "The Man in Black". He traditionally began his concerts with the simple "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash.", followed by his signature "Folsom Prison Blues".