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    Default JOHNNY CASH "from Memphis to Hollywood-bootleg vol II"

    On February 22, Columbia/Legacy will release the Johnny Cash archival collection From Memphis to Hollywood: Bootleg Vol. 2, a double-disc set of demos and rarities from the country music deity. It's a sequel of sorts to 2006's Personal File, though its material predates that of Personal File.

    The first disc features music recorded between 1954 and 1957, starting with a 15-minute Memphis radio broadcast that Cash hosted in 1955. It also collects 11 previously unreleased demos recorded before Cash signed to Sun Records.
    Disc one is rounded out by outtakes that Cash recorded at Sun Records with Sam Phillips and Jack Clement producing.
    The second disc, featuring recordings from 1958-1969, includes a number of non-album singles, B-sides, and outtakes that Cash recorded for Columbia Records, many of them previously unreleased. Below, we've got the tracklist and video of a young Cash playing "I Walk the Line" on "The Tex Ritter Show".
    From Memphis to Hollywood: Bootleg Vol. 2:
    Memphis radio broadcast:
    01 KWEM Announcements and Advertisements
    02 Johnny Cash Show Intro and Theme
    03 Wide Open Road
    04 Home Equipment Company Advertisement
    05 One More Ride
    06 Home Equipment Company Advertisement/Luther Perkins Intro
    07 Luther's Boogie
    08 Belshazzar Intro
    09 Belshazzar
    10 Closing Comments and Theme
    11 Overton Park Shell "Country Music Jamboree" Advertisement by "Texas" Bill Strength, broadcast August 4, 1955
    Early demos:
    12 I Walk the Line
    13 Get Rhythm
    14 Train of Love
    15 Country Boy
    16 My Treasure
    17 Belshazzar
    18 He'll Be a Friend
    19 When I Think of You
    20 I Just Don't Care Enough (To Carry On)
    21 I'll Cry for You
    22 You're My Baby
    23 Rock and Roll Ruby
    Sun rarities:
    24 Wide Open Road
    25 Leave That Junk Alone
    26 Brakeman's Blues (incomplete)
    27 Big River
    28 I Couldn't Keep From Crying
    29 New Mexico
    30 Goodnight Irene
    More demos:
    31 Restless Kid
    32 It's All Over

    CD2 (The 1960s):
    01 All Over Again
    02 You Dreamer You
    03 I'll Remember You
    04 Johnny Yuma Theme
    05 Five Minutes to Live
    06 The Losing Kind
    07 Locomotive Man
    08 Girl in Saskatoon
    09 There's a Mother Always Waiting
    10 Johnny Reb
    11 Shifting, Whispering Sands (with Lorne Greene)
    12 Send a Picture of Mother
    13 Hardin Wouldn't Run (demo)
    14 Thunderball
    15 One Too Many Mornings
    16 The Frozen Logger
    17 Foolish Questions
    18 Bottom of the Mountain
    19 Put the Sugar to Bed
    20 You Beat All I Ever Saw
    21 On the Line
    22 Roll Call
    23 The Folk Singer
    24 Six White Horses (demo)
    25 Come Along and Ride This Train (demo)

    one for the JC Jerome (sorry mate, had to slip that one in LOL)

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    would have to be pretty cheap for me to plunge on this
    hardcore only
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    im a born sucker for Elvis,Paul Weller,Neil Young, McCartney and Cash so i guess i'll be slipping out the plastic next week.
    "personal file" was a very good set of home recordings...hope this one is just as good

    just glad all the "American Recording" things are out the way...or are they?

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