Classic concert: Johnny Cash live at Manhattan Centre 1994


Today we have dug up a real gem! The man in black, Johnny Cash, in top form and in a recording with very fine sound and picture.

The show was recorded live at the Manhattan Center (now Hammerstein Ballroom), in New York City, on June 9th 1994.  It has a total running time of 46 minutes, and I would rate the quality at least a 9 out of 10. The concert was filmed for the TV-channel VH1 it is in black & white. It was taped right after his comeback with Rick Rubin. There are dozens of clips on YouTube from the show/tv program, but to really get the feeling of the concert,  it’s necessary to experience it all in one sitting (well, that’s my view).

Track listing is as follows:
Folsom Prison Blues
Sunday Morning Coming Down
Ring Of Fire
I Walk The Line (with a really cool intro)
The Beast In Me
Drive On
The Man Who Couldn’t Cry
Number 13
Tennessee Stud
Big River
Ghost Rider In The Sky
Orange Blossom Special
Let The Train Blow The Whistle

– Hallgeir

4 thoughts on “Classic concert: Johnny Cash live at Manhattan Centre 1994”

  1. Huge thanks to hallgeir for posting☺☺ i think johnny’s rubin work was as good if not better than anything he’d ever done!my dad who was a fan from the early beginning of johnnys career hates the rubin era!!he’s missing so much greatness!have a good day fellow music lovers☺☺

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