A Concert Behind Prison Walls

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A Concert: Behind Prison Walls
Johnny Cash - A Concert Behind Prison Walls.jpg
Live album by Johnny Cash
Released September 23, 2003 (2003-09-23)
Recorded 1974
Venue Tennessee Prison, Tennessee
Genre Country, rockabilly, folk
Length 47:47
Label Eagle
Johnny Cash chronology
One Piece at a Time
(1976)
A Concert: Behind Prison Walls
(2003)
The Last Gunfighter Ballad
(1977)

A Concert: Behind Prison Walls is the fifty-fourth overall album and a live album recorded by Johnny Cash in the Tennessee Prison 1974. The album features Cash with his backing band the Tennessee Three. It also features a total of four performances by Linda Ronstadt, Roy Clark and Foster Brooks. The album was not released until 2003. A DVD companion of this show was also released. A Concert: Behind Prison Walls is the fourth and final album of Cash's conceptual series of live albums recorded before an audience of prison inmates. The other three are, chronologically, At Folsom Prison (1968), At San Quentin (1969) and På Österåker (1973).

The original release of the show was called Flowers Out of Place and featured Glen Sherley. Sherley's material has been cut from recent releases of the show.

Track listing[edit]

Source: Allmusic[1]

No.TitlePerformerLength
1."Folsom Prison Blues"Johnny Cash2:03
2."Sunday Morning Coming Down"Cash3:55
3."Jacob Green"Cash3:13
4."Comedy Routine"Foster Brooks4:50
5."Desperado"Linda Ronstadt3:29
6."You're No Good"Ronstadt3:02
7."Rollin My Sweet Baby's Arms"Roy Clark2:29
8."Honeymoon Feelin'"Clark2:42
9."Shuckin' the Corn"Clark2:22
10."Half As Much"Brooks3:39
11."Love Has No Pride"Ronstadt4:16
12."Silver Threads and Golden Needles"Ronstadt2:20
13."Hey Porter"Cash1:15
14."Wreck of the Ol' Ninety-Seven"Cash1:20
15."Orange Blossom Special"Cash3:41
16."A Boy Named Sue"Cash3:11

Personnel[edit]

  • Johnny Cash – vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica
  • Linda Ronstadt – vocals
  • Roy Clark – vocals, guitar, banjo
  • Foster Brooks – vocals

The Tennessee Three

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Album at Allmusic". Retrieved 23 March 2011.