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Third Man Records discovers lost 1973 Johnny Cash live album


Jack White’s Third Man Records has discovered a ‘lost’ Johnny Cash live album from 1973.

The album took place after American record producer Clive Davis decided he wanted to a shine a light on the Murderer’s Row lineup of artists that were signed to Columbia Records and arranged a week packed full of concerts to celebrate these musicians.

Davis branded it as ‘A Week To Remember’, it started on April 29 and included performances from the likes of Miles Davis, the Staple Singers, Bruce Springsteen, Earth, Wind and Fire, as well as the imperial Johnny Cash at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles.

Finally, Cash’s performance from that week will be released for the first time ever. A Night To Remember – a 2 LP set features a gold foil LP jacket, a “double vintage white LP,” a gold 7″ featuring two “unreleased Forever Words pieces by Ruston Kelly and a mystery artist,” as well as a DVD of the performance.

The collection will be released as Third Man Records’ Vault Package No. 45.

The new release also features guest appearances from June Carter Cash and Carl Perkins, a cover of Kris Kristofferson’s ‘Sunday Morning Coming Down and Cash classics such as ‘I Walk The Line’ and ‘Hey Potter’.

The package is available to order here until July 31 and the tracklist can be seen below.

  1. ‘Big River’
  2. ‘Sunday Morning Coming Down’
  3. ‘The City Of New Orleans’
  4. ‘Ballad Of Barbara’
  5. ‘A Boy Named Sue’
  6. ‘Going To Memphis’
  7. ‘That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine’ with Carl Perkins
  8. Medley: ‘Hey Porter/ Folsom Prison Blues/ Wreck Of The Old 97/Orange Blossom Special’
  9. ‘I Walk The Line’
  10. ‘Jackson with June Carter Cash
  11. ‘If I Were A Carpenter’ with June Carter Cash
  12. ‘Help Me Make It Through The Night’
  13. ‘Help Me’ with June Carter Cash and Larry Gatlin
  14. ‘Lord, Is It I?/The Last Supper’
  15. ‘If I Had A Hammer’ with June Carter Cash
  16. ‘Will The Circle Be Unbroken’ with June Carter Cash and Carl Perkins
  17. ‘Daddy Sang Bass’ with June Carter Cash and Carl Perkins
  18. ‘Folsom Prison Blues (outro)’