JOHNNY CASH - Bear's Sonic Journals: Johnny Cash At The Carousel Ballroom, April 24 1968 - 2LP - Deluxe Coloured Vinyl Boxset

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Label: BMG SKU: 16506 Catalogue ID: 4050538675139 Format: Vinyl Boxset
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JOHNNY CASH - Bear's Sonic Journals: Johnny Cash At The Carousel Ballroom, April 24 1968 - 2LP - Deluxe Coloured Vinyl Boxset

JOHNNY CASH - Bear's Sonic Journals: Johnny Cash At The Carousel Ballroom, April 24 1968 - 2LP - Deluxe Coloured Vinyl Boxset

€58.99

 

LABEL: BMG

CAT NO: 4050538675139

BARCODE: 4050538675139

 

Tracklisting:

Side A
1. Cocaine Blues (Live)
2. Long Black Veil (Live)
3. Going To Memphis (Live)
4. The Ballad Of Ira Hayes (Live)
5. Rock Island Line (Live)

Side B
1. Guess Things Happen That Way (Live)
2. One Too Many Mornings (Live)
3. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right (Live)
4. Give My Love To Rose (Live)
5. Green, Green Grass Of Home (Live)
6. Old Apache Squaw (Live)
7. Lorena (Live)

Side C
1. Forty Shades Of Green (Live)
2. Bad News (Live)
3. Jackson (Live)
4. Tall Lover Man (Live)
5. June Carter Medley (Live)

Side D
1. Long Legged Guitar Pickin’ Man (Live)
2. Ring Of Fire (Live)
3. Big River (Live)
4. Don’t Take Your Guns To Town (Live)
5. I Walk The Line (Live)


JOHNNY CASH – Bear’s Sonic Journals:
– Johnny Cash at the Carousel Ballroom, April 24 1968

2LP – Deluxe Coloured Vinyl Boxset

  • Limited Edition Deluxe Box Set featuring: psychedelic colored vinyl, retro re-print Johnny Cash Comic Book, original concert poster and more
  • An hour of live performances from April 24, 1968 at the Carousel Ballroom in San Francisco, CA.
  • 12 page booklet includes musings on Johnny Cash from contributors Bob Weir, John Carter Cash, and Dave Schools.
  • A stunning all-analog production painstakingly mastered by Bear’s collaborator Paul Stubblebine directly from the original source tape!
  • Original artwork by 3x Grammy-winner Susan Archie.
  • Limited to 5,000 copies

Bear’s Sonic Journals: Johnny Cash, At The Carousel Ballroom, April 24 1968 is an historic and never-heard live concert recorded in San Francisco by innovative sound wizard Owsley Stanley. Captured in the heart of Haight-Ashbury, just days before the release of Cash’s iconic At Folsom Prison album (and over six months before the arrival of the equally revered At San Quentin), At The Carousel Ballroom serves as a third essential – and wholly unique – live document from the era, a moment of cultural collision, with Cash leaning into songs about society’s outcasts, while playing a venue operated by The Jefferson Airplane and Grateful Dead.

The live album features new essays by Johnny and June Carter Cash’s son John Carter Cash, Owsley Stanley’s son Starfinder Stanley, The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, and Widespread Panic’s Dave Schools, as well as new art by Susan Archie, and a reproduction of the original Carousel Ballroom concert poster by Steve Catron.

At The Carousel Ballroom captures Cash at the height of his charismatic powers, in playful and powerful dialogue with his then-new bride June Carter, and backed by his legendary band The Tennessee Three: guitarist Luther Perkins, bassist Marshall Grant and drummer W.S. Holland. His set list that evening diverged from other concerts of the time, as Cash chose to cover two Bob Dylan compositions (“Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright,” and his earliest known recording of “One Too Many Mornings”) and perform songs of the overlooked and underserved such as “The Ballad of Ira Hayes.”

Recorded by Stanley in a verité style, the album startles with its clarity and dimension. Many of the sound reproduction techniques that Stanley pioneered while serving as the in-house engineer at the Carousel are accepted sonic gospel today. When he listened back to the Cash concert, he knew he had captured something special, immediately earmarking it for preservation. This release marks the latest entry in the Owsley Stanley Foundation’s ‘Bear’s Sonic Journals’ series, which has previously included Stanley’s live recordings of The Allman Brothers Band, Tim Buckley, Doc and Merle Watson and many more.

“A masterpiece. Dad gave what I believe to be one of the most intimate and connected shows I have ever heard.” – John Carter Cash

See below for tracklisting…