The Owsley Stanley Basis and Renew Information/BMG introduced Johnny Money, At The Carousel Ballroom, April 24 1968 a never-heard Johnny Cash reside album of a live performance in San Francisco simply days earlier than the discharge of Money’s commemorated At Folsom Jail album.
The gathering of reside recordings from Money is slated for launch on Sept. 24 on CD and double-LP and might be obtainable on all digital codecs by way of Legacy Recordings quickly. Included with each mediums are essays by Johnny and June Carter’s son John Carter Money and The Grateful Useless’s Bob Weir, the unique live performance poster, and different artwork.
Backed by his band The Tennessee Three, Money’s setlist has a pair of Bob Dylan covers (“Don’t Suppose Twice It’s Alright” and “One Too Many Mornings”) on high of his personal extra obscure songs like “The Ballad of Ira Hayes.”
In an announcement, John Carter Money has described At The Carousel Ballroom as “what I consider to be one of the crucial intimate and related exhibits I’ve ever heard.”
Take heed to “I’m Going To Memphis” from that present now.
See the total tracklisting beneath: