Editors’ Notes Cut at San Quentin State Prison in 1969 (the year after the legendary At Folsom Prison album), this is outlaw country. Cash’s raw-boned rumble (with vital assistance from rockabilly hero Carl Perkins on guitar and, of course, June Carter) gains in excitement as he feeds off the energy of his captive audience. He practically incites a riot with prison-reform anthem “San Quentin,” but it’s the uproarious, rough-and-tumble “A Boy Named Sue” that really nails this album’s iconic status.

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Blue Suede Shoes (Live)
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3:51
 
Flowers on the Wall (Live)
2
3:26
 
The Last Thing On My Mind (Live)
3
3:34
 
June Carter Talks To The Audience (Live)
4
2:41
 
Wildwood Flower (Live)
5
3:48
 
Big River (Live)
6
1:43
 
I Still Miss Someone (Live)
7
1:49
 
Wreck of the Old 97 (Live)
8
3:23
 
I Walk The Line (Live)
9
2:27
 
The Long Black Veil/Give My Love To Rose (Live)
10
4:06
 
Folsom Prison Blues (Live)
11
3:00
 
Orange Blossom Special (Live)
12
3:02
 
Jackson (Live)
13
3:22
 
Darlin' Companion (Live)
14
2:24
 
Break My Mind (Live)
15
2:56
 
I Don't Know Where I'm Bound (Live)
16
5:13
 
Starkville City Jail (Live)
17
3:32
 
San Quentin (Live)
1
4:09
 
San Quentin (Reprise) [Live]
2
3:13
 
Wanted Man (Live)
3
3:29
 
Restless (Live)
4
3:53
 
A Boy Named Sue (Live)
5
3:45
 
Blistered (Live)
6
1:45
 
(There'll Be) Peace in the Valley (Live)
7
3:13
 
The Outside Looking In (Live)
8
2:59
 
Less Of Me (Live)
9
2:44
 
Ring Of Fire (Live)
10
2:06
 
He Turned the Water Into Wine (Live)
11
4:00
 
Daddy Sang Bass (Live)
12
2:42
 
The Old Account Was Settled Long Ago (Live)
13
2:16
 
Folsom Prison Blues/I Walk The Line/Ring Of Fire/The Rebel-Johnny Yuma (Live)
14
5:08
 

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