Appalachian Pride

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Appalachian Pride
June Carter Cash Appalachian Pride.jpeg
Studio album by
ProducerJohnny Cash[1]
June Carter Cash chronology
Appalachian Pride
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Appalachian Pride is the first solo album by June Carter Cash.[2] It was released in 1975.[3]

The entirety of the album's original sequence is included on the retrospective Keep on the Sunny Side: June Carter Cash - Her Life in Music.[4] Her second solo album would not be released until 1999.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Losin' You"
  2. "The Shadow of a Lady"
  3. "Gatsby's Restaurant"
  4. "Once Before I Die"
  5. "The L&N Don't Stop Here Anymore"
  6. "East Virginia Blues"
  7. "Gone"
  8. "Appalachian Pride"
  9. "I Love You Sweetheart"
  10. "Another Broken Hearted Girl"
  11. "Big Ball's in Nashville" (not released on original album)


  • June Carter Cash: vocals
  • Jerry Hensley: additional vocals on "Once Before I Die"
  • Helen Carter: vocals, accordion


  1. ^ "The Johnny Cash Record Catalog". Greenwood Publishing Group. November 19, 1994 – via Google Books.
  2. ^ Times, Los Angeles. "JUNE CARTER CASH, 73".
  3. ^ Russell, Tony (May 17, 2003). "Obituary: June Carter Cash" – via
  4. ^ Alexander, John M. (April 10, 2018). "The Man in Song: A Discographic Biography of Johnny Cash". University of Arkansas Press – via Google Books.