Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison
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Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison
Johnny Cash scored one of his first singles in 1956 with "Folsom Prison Blues", and the song branded Cash with the indelible image of an outlaw who knew the price of living on the wrong side of society. By 1968, Cash was still a star, but he was a man with sometime to prove as he sought to rise from a career slump brought on by a battle with drugs that took a toll on his body and spirit. That year, Cash performed a concert for the inmates of California's Folsom Prison, and the show was recorded for a live album. Cash delivered one of the greatest performances of his life that… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"There is no film footage from Johnny Cash recording at Folsom, which is hard on a documentarian"
‑ Marty Mapes, Movie Habit
"Filled with great songs and a great story."
‑ Steve Rhodes, Internet Reviews
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