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A Concert: Behind Prison Walls (1977)

A Concert: Behind the Prison Walls features Cash performing for inmates inside the Tennessee State Penitentiary in Nashville. Shot in 1976, this is only one of two prison concerts Cash ever shot for broadcast and features legendary performers Johnny Cash, Linda Rondstadt and Roy Clark performing their greatest hits. The concert aired on national television, and this Collector's edition video features rare, live performances of mega hits Folsom Prison Blues, Sunday Morning Coming Down, Hey Porter, Boy Names Sue, Love Has No Pride, and more. Performing for the prisoners of Tennessee State Penitentiary, Johnny Cash takes to the stage to deliver an incendiary set, circa 1976. An array of special guests join the Man in Black onstage, including Linda Rondstadt and Roy Clark. Tracks include "Folsom Prison Blues," "Boy Named Sue," "Half as Much," and many more!

The movie A Concert: Behind Prison Walls, released in 1977, features 15 songs from artists like Johnny Cash, Roy Clark, Linda Ronstadt and Foster Brooks. What is your favorite song from A Concert: Behind Prison Walls?

 

Songs from A Concert: Behind Prison Walls

Folsom Prison Blues
Johnny Cash
Sunday Morning Coming Down
Johnny Cash
Jacob Green
Johnny Cash
Hey Porter
Johnny Cash
Wreck of the Old 97
Johnny Cash
Orange Blossom Special
Johnny Cash
A Boy Named Sue
Johnny Cash
Rolling in My Sweet Baby's Arms
Roy Clark
Shuckin' the Corn
Roy Clark
Desperado
Linda Ronstadt
You're No Good
Linda Ronstadt
Love Has No Pride
Linda Ronstadt
That Honeymoon Feeling
Linda Ronstadt
Silver Threads and Golden Needles
Linda Ronstadt
Half as Much
Foster Brooks

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