Man In Black:Live In Denmark 1971 (Vinyl)

by Johnny Cash
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Limited Edition Colour Vinyl Pressing!

American musical icon Johnny Cash was at a career highpoint and in the middle of a successful tour of Scandinavia in 1971 when asked to star in his own concert special for Danish television.

Filmed before a small audience on a small sound set, 'Man In Black: Live in Denmark 1971' captures the essence of a Johnny Cash show of the era, showcasing performances with his touring companions - the Tennessee Three (his backup band) June Carter Cash, the Carter Family, Carl Perkins, and the Statler Brothers--on a setlist of hits, classics and songs-of-the-day including "If I Were a Carpenter" (Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash), the song that won the couple the 1971 Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.

Previously commercially available only as a DVD (released in 2006), the audio portion of Johnny Cash's 'Man In Black: Live in Denmark 1971' can finally be enjoyed for the first time as a full-length album.

This collectible 2LP set is pressed on opaque white (LP1) and red (LP2) vinyl (the colours of the flag of Denmark).


LP1 Side A
A Boy Named Sue
Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down
I Walk the Line
Blue Suede Shoes

LP1 Side B
Me and Bobby McGee
I Guess Things Happen That Way
Bed of Roses
Flowers On the Wall
Folsom Prison Blues

LP2 Side A
Darlin' Companion
If I Were a Carpenter
Help Me Make It Through the Night
Man in Black

LP2 Side B
Introduction to the Carter Family
A Song to Mama
No Need to Worry
Rock of Ages
Children, Go Where I Send Thee