Johnny Cash at Madison Square Garden

Johnny Cash At Madison Square Garden

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Johnny Cash at Madison Square Garden is an album by Johnny Cash that was recorded in December 1969 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, but which was not released until 2002.

The CD was recorded just 4 months after Cash's seminal At San Quentin was released, which is probably why it was not released soon after its recording. As with all Cash live shows of this period, he was backed up by the Tennessee Three, which consisted of W.S. Holland, Marshall Grant and Bob Wooton. Also joining Cash on stage were the Statler Brothers, Carl Perkins and the Carter Family. Noticeably absent from the show was Cash's wife June Carter Cash, who was home pregnant with their son John Carter Cash.

As with most Cash shows, the genres covered ran the gamut from country music to rockabilly to even some folk rock. Similarly to "Johnny Cash At San Quentin", Johnny Cash at Madison Square Garden includes numbers performed by Perkins, the Statlers and the Carters while Johnny was offstage. During this particular show, however, Cash introduced his father Ray and also Shel Silverstein, who wrote Cash's biggest pop hit, "A Boy Named Sue".

Track listing

  1. "Big River" (J. Cash) – 2:21
  2. "I Still Miss Someone" (Cash, Roy Cash, Jr.) – 1:37
  3. "Five Feet High and Rising" (Cash) – 2:52
  4. "Pickin' Time" (Cash) – 2:36
  5. "Remember the Alamo" (Jane Bowers) – 2:48
  6. "Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream" (Ed McCurdy) –...... ...
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