CTVA US Music Variety - "The Johnny Cash Show" (ABC)(1969-71)

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The Johnny Cash Show (1969-71)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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THE JOHNNY CASH SHOW 
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ABC (Saturdays)(7Jun69-27Sep69) (season 1 - 1st half)
ABC (Wednesdays)(21Jan70-13May70) (season 1 - 2nd half)
ABC (Wednesdays 9:00-10:00pm ET) (21-Jan-1970 to 5-May-1971) (season 2)

US Music Variety series 1969-71   58 episodes x 60 min

Hosted by Johnny Cash
 
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ABC Saturdays (7Jun69-27Sep69)
ABC Wednesdays (21Jan70-13May70)

1.01 The Johnny Cash Show
07Jun1969 ABC Sat
Producers, Bill Carruthers, Stan Jacobson
Director, Bill Carruthers
Writers, Stan Jacobson, Larry Murray
Guests:
Fannie Flagg
Doug Kershaw
Joni Mitchell
Bob Dylan

Johnny Cash kicks off his country-music series with guests Bob Dylan, singer-songwriters Joni Mitchell
and Doug Kershaw, and comedienne Fannie Flagg. Johnny is taping his shows at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry
(’I wouldn’t do it anywhere but here’) with the regular members of his troupe: June Carter (his wife)
and the singing Carter Family, guitarist-singer Carl Perkins, the singing Statler Brothers and the instrumental
Tennessee Three. Bill Walker conducts a 27-piece ’Nashville sound’ orchestra. ...
Highlights:
Johnny sings Folsom Prison Blues, The Wall, Greystone Chapel, It ain’t me, babe (with June);
Dylan: I threw it all away, Livin’ the blues; Joni: Both sides now; Doug: Diggy, liggy lo; Johnny,
Dylan: Girl of the North Country.
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

Johnny Cash Show - Louisiana Man [Doug Kershaw]

1.02 The Johnny Cash Show
14Jun1969 ABC Sat
Guests:
Dan Blocker
Gordon Lightfoot
Evie Sands
Joey Scarborough
Clare & McMann

Highlights
Johnny sings, "Hey Porter", "Wreck of the Old 97", "I've Got a Thing About Trains" and "Wabash Cannonball".
Johnny & Gordon duet on "For Lovin' Me".
Johnny, Dan & Joey perform "Folsom Prison Blues"
The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot".
Johnny does a medley of "Get Rhythm", "There You Go", "Still In Town", "The One On the Right is on the Left".

1.03 The Johnny Cash Show
21Jun1969 ABC Sat
producers, Bill Carruthers, Stan Jacobson ; director, Bill Carruthers ; writers, Stan Jacobson, Larry Murray
Guests:
Linda Ronstadt
Roy Orbison
Jerry Reed
Eddie Albert
Charlie Callas

Highlights:
Johnny sings "Rock Island Line", "Cry, Cry, Cry", "I Tremble For You", "Darling Companion" (with June Carter),
"Wanted Man" (written by Johnny and Bob Dylan).
Eddie sings "Green, Green Grass of Home"
Jerry does "This Thing Called Love", "Blue Moon Over Kentucky"
Linda sings "The Only Man That'll Walk the Line", "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight"
Johnny & Eddie duet with "Detroit City" and "Sloop John B".
All join in for "He's Got the Whole World in his Hand."
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

Johnny Cash Show - The Only Mama That'll Walk the Line [Linda Ronstadt]

1.04 The Johnny Cash Show
05Jul1969 ABC Sat
Guests:
Buffy Sainte-Marie
Doug McClure
Minnie Pearl
The Cowsills

Highlights:
Johnny sings "I Guess Things Happen That Way", "Loading Coal", "Dark as a Dungeon", "Cocaine Blues", "Blistered",
"Ballad of a Teenaged Queen" and "You Beat All I Ever Saw".
Johnny & Buffy duet on "Custer"
Johnny & Doug duet on "Cowboy Buckaroo".
The Cowsills duet with Johnny on "Children Go Where I Send Thee".
Johnny & June perform "Keep On the Sunnyside".
The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Lead Me Gently Home".

The Cowsills on The Johnny Cash Show (1969)

1.05 The Johnny Cash Show
12Jul1969 ABC Sat
Guests:
Glen Campbell
Jeannie C. Riley
Joe Tex
Ron Carey

Highlights:
Johnny sings "Folsom Prison Blues", "Ballad of John Henry".
Johnny & Jeannie duet on "Bad News".
Glen & Johnny do a medley of "I've Been Everywhere", "By the Time I Get to Phoenix", "Folsom Prison Blues",
"Galveston", "Abilene", "Arkansas", "I Got Stripes" & "I Still Miss Someone".
Johnny & June duet on "Jackson".
The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "These Hands".

Johnny Cash Show - Glen Campbell Medley

1.06 The Johnny Cash Show
19Jul1969 ABC Sat
producers, Bill Carruthers, Stan Jacobson
director, Bill Carruthers
writers, Stan Jacobson, Larry Murray.
Guests:
Joni Mitchell
Roy Clark
Ed Ames
The Monkees

Highlights:
Johnny sings "Ring of Fire", "Frankie and Johnny", "Sing it Pretty", "Sue", "Johnny Yuma",
"As Long as the Grass Shall Grow", "Ballad of Ira Hayes".
Ed sings "The Windmills of Your Mind".
Johnny, Ed duet on "Love of the Common People".
Joni sings "The Gallery".
Johnny & Joni duet on "The Long Black Veil".
The Monkees perform "Nine Times Blue".
Johnny and the Monkees duet on "Everybody Loves a Nut".
Roy Clark performs the "Twelfth Street Rag".
The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Lead me, Father".
*Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.
*NOTE: 25-year-old Canadian singer-composer Joni Mitchell, a leading folk poet. Joni, best known for
Both sides now, writes songs to get ’into the pain of the heart’ rather than proclaim social protest.

Johnny Cash & Joni Mitchell - The Long Black Veil

Johnny Cash Show - The Monkees Medley

Joni Mitchell-Both Sides Now (The Johnny Cash Show)

1.07 The Johnny Cash Show
26Jul1969 ABC Sat
producers, Bill Carruthers, Stan Jacobson
director, Bill Carruthers
writers, Stan Jacobson, Larry Murray
Guests:
Marty Robbins
Dale Robertson
Lynn Kellogg
Charlie Manna

Highlights:
Johnny sings "Doing My Time", "I’d Be Fool Enough to Try" & "Billy Christian".
Dale sings "Gentle on My Mind".
Johnny & Dale duet on "The Wayward Wind".
Marty sings "Devil Woman".
Johnny & Marty duet on "The Streets of Laredo".
Lynn sings "When Papa Rolled his Own".
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.
*NOTE: Dale Robertson in a rare singing appearance; country singer-composer-pianist Marty Robbins, who wrote
A white sport coat and a pink carnation, El Paso, and Lord, you gave me a mountain; singer Lynn Kellogg of the
original Broadway cast of Hair, and comic Charlie Manna, spoofing Italian operas. Johnny pays tribute to
composer-singer-guitarist Jimmie Rodgers, a railroad brakeman self-educated in music (he died in 1933). Rodgers’
appearance in a film clip singing his Waiting for a train is followed by Johnny’s version of the same song,
You’re the one, Rose, and Free from the chain gang now. ...

1.08 The Johnny Cash Show
02Aug1969 ABC Sat
Guests:
Merle Haggard
O.C. Smith
Merrilee Rush

singing comedy team of Bruce Belland and David Sommerville who spoof and impersonate rock 'n roll singers and
their hit songs. "Tutti Frutti" (Pat Boone), "My Prayer" (The Platters) and "26 Miles Across the Sea" (Four Preps).
Musical Highlights:
O.C. sings, "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay".
Johnny sings, "Big River", "Country Boy", "What Do I Care?", "Freight Train Blues" and "One More Ride".
Merle sings, "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive".
Merrilee sings, "Everyday Livin' Days".
Johnny & Merle duet on "Sing Me Back Home".
Carl sings "Restless".
Bruce & David sing "Shy Girl".
Johnny & June duet on "Long-Legged Guitar Man".
All join in with "Walk With Your Neighbor".

Johnny Cash Show - Walk With Your Neighbor

1.09 The Johnny Cash Show
09Aug1969 ABC Sat
Guests:
Tom T. Hall
Pat Boone
Diana Trask
Soupy Sales

Highlights:
Diana sings "Understand Your Man".
Johnny & Diana duet on "The Last Thing on My Mind".
Johnny Sings "I Ride An Old Paint", "Mean As Hell" and "Shifting Whispering Sands".
Johnny and Pat duet on "Peace In The Valley".
Pat sings "Train Of Love".
Tom sings "Worried Man Blues"
Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Steal Away".
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

1.10 The Johnny Cash Show
16Aug1969 ABC Sat
Guests:
Melanie
Grandpa Jones
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
O.C. Smith and his son, O.C. Smith Jr.

Musical Highlights:
O.C. sings, "Friend, Lover, Woman, Wife"
O.C. & O.C. Jr. sing, "For Once In My Life".
Johnny & O.C. & O.C. Jr. perform "Hickory Holler's Tramp".
Johnny sings, "Remember the Alamo", "Strangest Dreams", "The Big Battle", "So Doggone Lonesome" and "Seasons of My Heart".
Kenny Rogers & the First Edition perform "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town".
Melanie sings, "Baby Guitar".
Melanie & Grandpa perform "Silver Threads and Golden Needles".
Grandpa sings "Mountain Dew".
June Carter sings, "Tall Lover Man".

Melanie on The Johnny Cash Show

1.11 The Johnny Cash Show
23Aug1969 ABC Sat
Guests:
Lulu
John Hartford
Chet Atkins
Fannie Flagg

Highlights:
Five Feet High And Rising
Games People Play ( Duet With Lulu )

*Come Along And Ride This Train
Send A Picture Of Mother
San Quentin
Medley With John Hartford
Mule Skinner Blues
Columbia Stockade
Blue Moon Of Kentucky
Uncle Penn
Them Two Hands have Been Good 'Uns ( Duet With Chet Akins )
Wanted Man
Roll In My Baby's Arms ( With Statler Brothers )
I Saw A Man ( With Carter Family & Statler Brothers )
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.
Lulu on The Johnny Cash Show

John Hartford - Tear Stained Monologue - Johnny Cash Show

1.12 The Johnny Cash Show
30Aug1969 ABC Sat
Guests:
Roger Miller
Odetta
Charlie Callas

Highlights:
Roger sings "I Got Strips".
Johnny duets with Odetta on "Shame And Scandal On The Family".

Johnny sings "Ballad Of The Blue And Gray", "On The Line", "Lornea" and "Johnny Reb".
Johnny duets with Roger Miller on "King Of The Road".
Johnny performs an Instrumental with Carl Perkins and The Tennessee Three on "Outside Looking In" and
"Luther Played The Boogie".
Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "How Great Thou Art"
Tennessee Flat Top Box
Delia's Gone
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

Odetta and Johnny Cash

1.13 The Johnny Cash Show
06Sep1969 ABC Sat
Guests:
Charley Pride
Ian & Sylvia
Mitzi McCall and Charlie Brill
Mason Williams

Highlights:
Johnny sings, "Five Feet High And Rising", "Busted" and "A Boy Named Sue".
Johnny & Charley do a medley with "I Can't Help It", "Your Cheating Heart" and "Kaw-Liga".
Ian & Sylvia duet on "Country Boy"
Mister Garfield with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Pickin' Time".
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

Johnny Cash Show - Charley Pride Medley

1.14 The Johnny Cash Show
20Sep1969 ABC Sat
Guests:
Mama Cass Elliot
Ramblin' Jack Elliott
The Staple Singers
Tommy Cash
Ron Carey

Highlights:
Cass Elliott sings "Soft and Tenderly" and a medley of "Gentle On My Mind", "Born to Lose" & "Release Me".
Johnny Cash sings "Going to Memphis", "Don’t Take Your Guns to Town", "Hardin Wouldn’t Run", "The Ballad of Boot Hill".
Ramblin’ Jack Elliott sings "If I Were a Carpenter", and "Take Me Home" (duet with Johnny Cash).
The Staple Singers sing "We’ll Get Over".
Tommy Cash (Johnny’s brother) sings "That Lucky Old Sun".
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

Mama Cass on "The Johnny Cash Show" (complete and uncut)

1.15 The Johnny Cash Show
27Sep1969 ABC Sat
Guests:
Roy Orbison
Phil Harris
Bobbie Martin
Creedence Clearwater Revival

Highlights:
Johnny sings "Folsom Prison Blues", "You’re the One I Need", "I Walk the Line" & "This Land is Your Land".
Roy sings "Cryin’".
Johnny & Roy duet on "Pretty Woman".
Creedence Clearwater Revival perform "Bad Moon Rising" & "Proud Mary".
Phil sings "Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette".
Johnny & Phil duet on "That’s What I Like About the South".
Bobbi sings "Your Cheatin’ Heart".
Johnny & June duet on "Jackson".
Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers do "Battle Hymn of the Republic".
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.
*NOTE: Johnny’s last show of the season features Phil Harris, singers Roy Orbison and Bobbi Martin, and the
country-rock sound of the Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Johnny Cash Show: Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising (HQ)

Phil Harris-Smoke Smoke Smoke-The Johnny Cash Show

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Hiatus (27Sep69-21Jan70)
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ABC Wednesdays (21Jan70-13May70)
Moves from Saturdays to Wednesdays from 21Jan70

1.16 The Johnny Cash Show
21Jan1970 ABC Wed
producers, Stan Jacobson, Joe Byrne ; director, Allan Angus ; writers, Stan Jacobson, Les Pouliot and Merle Travis
Guests:
Bobbie Gentry
Jose Feliciano
Arlo Guthrie

Highlights:
Country music’s hottest star is back in Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House.
Joining Johnny tonight are Arlo Guthrie (Alice’s restaurant), Jose Feliciano and Bobbie Gentry.
Johnny devotes his Ride this train segment (a regular feature surveying the American heartland) to railroading.
Songs include Casey Jones and Ribbon of steel. ...
Highlights:
Johnny: Folsom Prison blues, Ring of fire, If I were a carpenter (with June); Arlo: Highway in the wind,
Come on little children; Jose: Muleskinner blues; Bobbie: Fancy
Walk The Line
Big River
Orange Blossom Special
Folsom Prison Blues
On The Banks Of The Old Ponchartrain ( Duet With Bobbie Gentry)

Come Along And Ride This Train
(Narrative) Of Railroad Meeting At Promontory point
Casey Jones
Wreck Of The Old 97
Wabash Cannonball
Guess Thing Happen That Way ( Duet With Jose Feliciano )
Blistered
Sing A Traveling Song ( With The Carter Family )
Lonesome Valley ( Duet With Statler Brothers )
Worried Man Blues ( Duet With Carl Perkins )
If I Were A Carpenter ( Duet With June Carter Cash )
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

Bobbie Gentry Johnny Cash Duet

Jose Feliciano & Johnny Cash

1.17 The Johnny Cash Show
28Jan1970 ABC Wed (rerun 27May70)
Guests:
Marty Robbins
Glen Campbell
Nancy Ames
Ed McMahon

Johnny sings about Prisons in his "Ride This Train" segment.
Musical Highlights:
Johnny sings, "Country Boy", "Five Feet High and Rising", "The Prisoner's Song", "Peace in the Valley"
and "Daddy Sang Bass".
Glen sings, "Sweet Country Girl".
Marty sings, "El Paso", "Running Gun" and "Big Iron".
Nancy sings, "Tulsa Country".
Johnny & Glen duet on "Papa Played the Dobro" and "Orange Blossom Special".

Marty Robbins appearance Johnny Cash show 1970 PART 1

Marty Robbins appearance Johnny Cash show 1970 PART 2

Johnny Cash Show - Honey Come Back [Glen Campbell]

1.18 The Johnny Cash Show
04Feb1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Dusty Springfield
Kirk Douglas
The Everly Brothers
Rod McKuen

Musical Highlights:
Johnny sings, "The Talking Leaves", "Trail of Tears", "South Wind", "I Still Miss Someone" and "Folsom Prison Blues".
Dusty sings "Understand Your Man" & "Sugar Time".
Johnny & Kirk duet on "I Walk the Line".
Johnny & Rod duet on "Doesn't Anybody Know My Name?".
Johnny and the Statler Brothers perform "This Old House".
Johnny and the Carter Family perform "Johnny Yuma".

1.19 The Johnny Cash Show
11Feb1970 ABC Wed (rerun 20May70)
Guests:
Ray Charles
Neil Diamond
Tammy Wynette

Johnny takes a nostalgic look at the Mississippi Delta country in his "Ride This Train" segment.
Musical Highlights:
Johnny sings, "I Got Stripes", "He Turned the Water into Wine", "Flesh and Blood" and "Rock Island Line".
Ray sings, "I Can't Stop Loving You" and "Them That Got".
Neil sings, "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show"
Tammy sings, "I'll See Him Through".

  Neil Diamond - Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show

1.20 The Johnny Cash Show
18Feb1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Vicki Carr
Jerry Lee Lewis
Jimmie Rodgers

Highlights:
Johnny sings "Sixteen Tons", "Dark As A Dungeon", "Loading Coal" "Cocaine Blues", "What I Care" and
"Keep On The Sunny Side".
Jerry Lee Lewis performs "Cry, Cry, Cry" & "Get Rhythm".
Johnny & Vicki do a medley of "Scarborough Fair" and "I Will Never Marry"
Johnny and Jimmie duet on "Danny Boy"
The Carter Family and Statler Brothers perform "The Old Account"
Johnny and June duet on "Cause I Love You".
Taped at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

1.21 The Johnny Cash Show
25Feb1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Bob Hope
Mama Cass Elliot
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition.
Johnny reminisces about country churches in his "Ride This Train" segment.
Musical Highlights:
Johnny sings, "Hey, Porter", "Jesus Was A Carpenter" and "Big River".
Mama Cass sings, "New World Coming".
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition perform "Something's Burning".
Hey Porter
For Loving Me
Hey Porter
Country Pie ( Duet With Cass Elliott )
Reuben James ( Duet With Kenny Rogers )
Come Along And Ride This Train
Waiting For A Train
Sunday Morning Coming Down

Gather Around The Fire
Train Of Love
A Boy Named Sue ( Duet With Bob Hope )
Keep On The Sunny Side ( With Carter Family & Statler Brothers )
Jesus Was A Carpenter

Johnny Cash Show: Johnny Cash - Sunday Morning Coming Down

1.22 The Johnny Cash Show
04Mar1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Pete Seeger
Brenda Lee
Roger Miller
Musical Highlights:
Johnny sings "A Boy Named Sue", "The Devil To Pay", "Church In The Wildwood" & "Old Country Church".
Johnny sings with Carter Family & Statler Brothers, "Preachin Prayin Sinin'".
Brenda Lee sings "Ballad Of A Teenaged Queen".
Johnny duets with Roger Miller on "Home".
The Carter Family & Statler Brothers & Carl Perkins perform "Greystone Chapel".
Johnny along with the Carter Family, Statler Brothers & Carl Perkins perform "Were You There".

Pete Seeger on "The Johnny Cash Show" complete and uncut

Roger Miller's other Johnny Cash Show appearance

1.23 The Johnny Cash Show
11Mar1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Linda Ronstadt
Hank Williams Jr.
O.C. Smith
Lawrence Reynolds

Musical Highlights:
Johnny sings, "The One on the Right is on the Left".
O.C. sings, "Son of Hickory Holler's Tramp" and "Moody".
Hank sings, "I Walked Out on Heaven".
Johnny and June duet on "If I Were A Carpenter".
Linda sings, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?".

Hank Williams Jr - Hank Medley- Johnny Cash Show

1.24 The Johnny Cash Show
18Mar1970 ABC Wed (rerun 03Jun70)
Guests:
George Gobel
Merle Haggard
Jeannie C. Riley
Tommy Cash (Johnny's brother)
Johnny sings about lumberjacks in his "Ride This Train" segment.
Musical Highlights:
Johnny sings, "Lumberjack", "Timberman" and "Paul".
George sings, "Sweethearts or Strangers"
Merle sings, "The Fightin' Side of Me".
Jeannie sings, "Country Girl".
Tommy sings, "Six White Horses".

Merle Haggard's OTHER Johnny Cash Show appearance (part 1 of 2)

Merle Haggard's OTHER Johnny Cash Show appearance (part 2 of 2)

1.25 The Johnny Cash Show
25Mar1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Michael Parks
Jackie DeShannon
Waylon Jennings
Fiddler Gordon Terry

Waylon sings, "I Guess Things Happin That Way" & "Bad News".
Johnny duets with Jackie DeShannon on "No Light Will Shine On Me".
Johnny & Waylon duet on "Waylon's Back In Town".
Johnny duets with Michael Parks on "Oklahoma Hills".
Johnny sings "Land Of Israel", "He Turned The Water Into Wine", "God Is Not Dead" & "Rock Island Line".
Johnny & June duet on "Love's Been Good To Me".
Johnny with Carter Family, Statler Brothers & Carl Perkins perform "Seeing Nellie's Home".
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

Waylon Jennings on The Johnny Cash Show

1.26 The Johnny Cash Show
01Apr1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Roy Orbison
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Humorist Shel Silverstein
Johnny sings about truck drivers in his "Ride This Train" segment.
Musical Highlights:
Johnny sings "Rock Island Line", "Long Black Veil", "I Got Stripes", "Walk With Your Neighbor" and "Six Days on the Road".
Kenny and the First Edition perform "When I'm On My Journey", "Reuben James" and "Ruby".
Roy sings, "Pretty Woman", "So Young", "Cryin'" and "Only the Lonely".

Shel Silverstein on "The Johnny Cash Show"

1.27 The Johnny Cash Show
08Apr1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Patti Page
Sonny James
Tony Joe White

Highlights:
Johnny sings "Sunday Morning Coming Down", "Six Days On the Road", "There Ain't No Easy Run", "Sailor On a Concerte Sea"
& "Country Boy".
Johnny does a medley With Patti Page of "Elusive Dreams", "Cross Over The Bridge", "Detour" & "Gentle On My Mind".
Johnny with the Carter Family sings "Blistered".
Johnny with Carter Family performs "Wanted Man".
Johnny duets with Tony White on "Poke Salad Annie".
All join in for "Smile On Your Brother" & "Ten Commandments".
Note: This Segment Of Ride This Train Was Used On The Columbia album KC-30100 Possibly this performance Of
"Sunday Morning Comeing Down" Was The Master Used On this album As Well
Note: In interviews, both Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson tell the same story about network executives and
writers trying to come up with different words to replace "stoned" in the song. Johnny Cash never said a word
during all the discussions and simply sang it as Kris had wrote it.

1.28 The Johnny Cash Show [verified on DVD-TA]
15Apr1970 ABC Wed
producers, Stan Jacobson, Joe Byrne ; director, Allan Angus ; writers, Stan Jacobson, Les Pouliet, Merle Travis
Guests:
George Jones
Judy Collins
Bobby Goldsboro

Poverty is the subject of Johnny’s ’Ride this train’ segment with a medley of "Po Folks," "Country Trash" and "Pickin' Time."
Highlights:
Johnny sings "Frankie's Man Johnny," "Wrinkled, Crinkled, Wadded Dollar Bill" "Flesh and Blood" and "What Is Truth".
Bobby Goldsboro performs "Can You Feel It?" and "With Pen In Hand."
George Jones and Johnny Cash - "White Lightning."
George Jones performs "She Thinks I Still Care" and a "Love Bug"/"The Race Is On" medley.
Johnny duets with Judy Collins on "Turn, Turn, Turn."
Judy Collins sings "The Desperate Ones" & "Sons Of."
Johnny & June Carter Cash perform "'Cause I Love You" & "Jackson."
Johnny does a poem On Drugs.
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

Johnny Cash Show: George Jones - Medley (HQ)

1.29 The Johnny Cash Show
22Apr1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Burl Ives
Lynn Anderson
The Glaser Brothers
Highlights:
Johnny duets with June Carter on "South Wind".
Johnny duets with Lynn Anderson on "I've Been Everywhere".
Johnny sings "Goin' To Memphis", "Doin My Time" & "Another Man Done Gone".
Johnny does a medley With Burl Ives, songs include "Mary Don't You Weep", "Eating Gober Peas", "Lorena" &
"Give My Love To Rose".
Johnny duets with June Carter on "Darlin' Companion".
All join in for "Children Go How I Send Thee".
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

1.30 The Johnny Cash Show
29Apr1970 ABC Wed
producers, Stan Jacobson, Joe Byrne
director, Allan Angus
writers, Stan Jacobson, Les Pouliet, Merle Travis
Guests:
Loretta Lynn
Ricky Nelson
Chet Atkins
Kris Kristofferson
Doug Kershaw
Guitarist Chet Atkins, singers Rick Nelson, Loretta Lynn and Doug Kershaw, and composer Kristoffer Kristofferson.
Johnny sings about the dust bowls of the thirties in his ’Ride this train’ segment.
Highlights:
Johnny sings "Delia", "Black Wind", "California Cotton Fields" & "In the Jailhouse".
Chet does a medley of "Back Home in Indiana", "Country Gentleman", "Mister Sandman", "Wildwood Flower" & "Freight Train".
Ricky performs "Come on In" & "Easy to Be Free".
Loretta sings "I Know How".
Johnny duets with Kris on "The Pilgrim".
Johnny duets with June Carter on "It Ain't Me Babe".
Doug Kershaw duets with Johnny on "Louisiana Man".
Johnny sings "No One Will Ever Know" and I'm Moving On".
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

1.31 The Johnny Cash Show
06May1970 ABC Wed (rerun 24Jun70)
Guests:
Merle Haggard
Charley Pride
Brenda Lee

Johnny sings about the American Indian in his "Ride This Train" segment.
Musical Highlights:
Johnny sings, "Life is Like a Mountain Railway", "One More Ride", "As Long as the Grass Shall Grow", "Ira Hayes"
and "Wreck of the Number Nine".
Merle sings, "New York City Blues" and "Nobody Knows".
Brenda sings, "Higher and Higher" and "I Think I Love You".
Charley sings, "Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone?".
Johnny & Merle duet on "In the Jailhouse Now".
Johnny & Brenda duet on "Bad News".
Charley sings "Texarkana Baby".
Johnny & Charley do a medley songs include "Long, Long Texas Road", "Abilene" & "Back To Houston".
Johnny & June duet on "Long Legged Guitar Man".
The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Life Is like A Mountain Railroad".
Johnny sings "I'm Gonna try To Be That Way".

Johnny Cash: One More Ride (& show opening)

Johnny Cash Show - Charley Pride Medley 2

1.32 The Johnny Cash Show: HEADLINERS: COUNTRY AND WESTERN GREATS
13May1970 ABC Wed
Producers Stan Jacobson, Joe Byrne
Director, Allan Angus
Writers, Stan Jacobson, Les Pouliet, Merle Travis
Guests:
Marty Robbins
Tex Ritter
Roy Acuff
Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass
Johnny's mother Carrie Cash

Musical Highlights:
Johnny sings, "Walk the Line", "Cry, Cry, Cry", "Home of the Blues" & "Hey, Porter".
Tex sings, "Wayward Wind" and "Boll Weevil".
Roy sings, "Wabash Cannonball" and "Great Speckled Bird".
Marty sings, "The City" and "Don't Worry".
Johnny & Carrie duet on "Uncloudy Day".
Danny & the Nashville Brass perform "Kaw-Liga", "Sweet Dreams" and "Columbus Stockade Blues".
Johnny & Marty do a medley of "Cool Water", "I Ride an Old Paint" and "Streets of Laredo".
Johnny & June duet on "If I Were A Carpenter".
The Carter Family perform "Keep On the Sunnyside".
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

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Reruns (20May70-01Jul70)
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[--] 20May70 - Rerun of #1.19 (first shown 11Feb1970)
[--] 27May70 - Rerun of #1.17 (first shown 28Jan1970)
[--] 03Jun70 - Rerun of #1.24 (first shown 18Mar1970)
[--] 10Jun70 - no details
[--] 17Jun70 - no details
[--] 24Jun70 - Rerun of #1.31 (first shown 06May1970)
[--] 01Jul70 - no details

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Summer Replacement:   Johnny Cash Presents The Everly Brothers Show (ABC)(Summer 1970)
ABC (Wednesdays) (8Jul70-16Sep70)
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ABC Wednesdays 9:00-10:00pm ET

2.01 The Johnny Cash Show
23Sep1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Ray Charles
Liza Minnelli
Arlo Guthrie

Highlights:
Johnny sings "One More Ride", "Hey, Porter", "Orange Blossom Special" & "Sunday Morning Coming Down".
Ray & Johnny duet on "I Walk the Line".

Liza sings "Lazy Bones" & "Stormy Weather".
Arlo & Johnny duet on "Oklahoma".
Johnny and the Carter Family perform "Blistered".
Johnny & June duet on "Help Me Make it Through the Night".
All join in for "Peace in the Valley".
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

Ray Charles - Ring of Fire on the Johnny Cash Show

2.02 The Johnny Cash Show
30Sep1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Dennis Hopper
Jackie DeShannon
Neil Diamond
Claude King

Highlights:
Johnny sings "A Boy Named Sue", "Rock Island Line", "Alabama Chattanooga Shoeshine Boy" & "Here Was A Man".
Johnny & Jackie duet on "This Old House".
Johnny & Dennis duet on "Goin' Up Goin' Down".
Johnny does "Drillin'" and "Roughneck" (Come Along and Ride This Train sequence).
The Carter Family and Statler Brothers perform "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man".
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

2.03 The Johnny Cash Show
07Oct1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Joni Mitchell
Joe South
George Lindsey

Highlights:
Johnny with George Lindsey & June Carter perform "Don't It Make You Want To Go Home".
Johnny and Joni Mitchell duet on "Girl From The North County"
Johnny sings "Cow Poke", "Someday Soon" and "Southwind".
Johnny with the Statler Brothers perform "Everybody Love A Nut".
Johnny with the Carter Family perform "Big River" and "Poison Red Berries".
Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Wings Of A Dove".
Johnny & June duet with "The Loving Gift".
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

2.04 The Johnny Cash Show
14Oct1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Mac Davis
Jose Feliciano
Linda Ronstadt
Merle Travis
Bobby Bare

Musical Highlights:
Jose sings, "Life is That Way"
Johnny sings, "Five Feet High and Rising" and "These Hands".
Bobby sings, "Detroit City"
Linda sings, "Long, Long Time"
Mac sings, "A Poem For My Little Lady" and "I Believe In Music".
Johnny & Linda duet on "Big Yellow Taxi", "The Old Swimming Hole" and "Water Isn't Water Anymore".
Carl sings, "I'll Fly Away"
Johnny & June duet on "Keep on the Sunnyside".
*Come Along And Ride This Train
"Salute To The Delta Queen", "Country Boy" and "Pickin' Time".
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

2.05 The Johnny Cash Show
21Oct1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Peggy Lee
Marty Robbins
The Guess Who
Tommy Cash

Johnny sings, "Mama Tried", "Just A Closer Walk With Thee" and "What Is Truth".
Peggy sings "For the Good Times".
The Guess Who perform "Hand Me Down World".

2.06 The Johnny Cash Show
28Oct1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Louis Armstrong
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Kenny Rogers & the First Edition

Musical Highlights:
Johnny sings, "On This Side of the Law" part of a score he wrote for "I Walk the Line" (an unreleased movie
starring Gregory Peck).
Johnny & Louis duet on "Blue Yodel No. 9"

Louis performs "Almost Persuaded", "Crystal Chandelier" and "Ramblin' Rose".
Johnny & Ernie duet on "I'll Have A New Life"
Kenny Rogers & the First Edition perform "Heed the Call".

Louis Armstrong and Johnny Cash - Blue Yodel No. 9

Johnny Cash Show - Louis Armstrong Medley

2.07 The Johnny Cash Show
04Nov1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Bobby Sherman
Burl Ives
Melanie
Floyd Cramer

Highlights:
Johnny sings "On This Side of the Law", "Jambalaya", "Louisiana Man", "Bayou Baby" & "Doin' Time".
Burl & Johnny duet on "Don't Go Near The Water" & "Johnny Horizon".
June & Johnny perform "Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms".
The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Suppertime".

2.08 The Johnny Cash Show
11Nov1970 ABC Wed
producer, Stan Jacobson
director, Allan Angus
writers, Merle Travis, Garry Ferrier, Aubrey Tadman, Red Lane, Stan Jacobson
Guests:
Stevie Wonder
George Gobel
Bill Monroe
Ian & Sylvia Tyson

Gobel and Cash narrate The story of Lonesome George, an autobiographical satire; Stevie displays his talents
on piano, organ, drums and harmonica as Johnny sings, Get rhythm. ...
Highlights:
George sings "Old Skyball Paint".
Johnny sings "Blowin’ in the Wind", "Allegheny", "I Got Stripes", "Remember Me" and "Big Midnight Special".

Stevie sings "Heaven Help Us".
Ian and Sylvia perform "Four Strong Winds", "Crazy Arms" and "Long, Long Time to Get Old".
Bill Monroe performs "Blue Moon of Kentucky".
Anita Carter does "Tulsa County".
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

Johnny Cash performs "Blowin' In The Wind"

2.09 The Johnny Cash Show
18Nov1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Mama Cass Elliot
Lorne Greene
Kris Kristofferson

Johnny sings "I Have A Journeyed In This Land My Father Walked" and "Sing A Traveling Song".
Johnny with the Carter Family perform "Allegheny".
Johnny with Cass Elliott & the Statler Brothers perform "Everybody Loves A Nut".
Johnny and Cass Elliott duet on "Act Naturally".
Johnny, Lorne Greene and the Carter Family do "Way Out west In the Old Days".
Johnny With Maybelle, Sara Carter, Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "I'll Be Satisfied".
Cass Elliott sings "I Saw A Man".

2.10 The Johnny Cash Show
25Nov1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Glen Campbell
Tony Joe White
The Stonemans

Musical Highlights:
Glen sings, "Wichita Lineman"
Johnny sings, "Workin' Man Blues" and "Folsom Prison Blues"
Johnny & Glen duet on "Arkansas"
Stoneman Family perform "Doin' My Time"
Tony sings, "Conjure Woman".

2.11 The Johnny Cash Show
02Dec1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Merle Haggard
Anne Murray
Homer & Jethro
Bonnie Owens

Twenty Five Minutes To Go
Johnny with Homer & Jethro perform "Guess Things".
Homer & Jethro perform "Portrait Of A Woman".
Johnny with the Carter family & Statler Bros. perform "Daddy Sang Bass".
Johnny duets with Merle Haggard, Bonnie Owens do "Sing Me Back Home".
Johnny & Merle duet on "Mama Tried".
Johnny with June Carter, Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens perform "Swinging Doors".
Johnny with the Carter Family, Statler Bros., Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens perform "Sing Me Back Home".
Johnny sings "Fireball Mail", "Wreck Of The Old 97" and "Casey Jones"
Johnny with the Carter Family, Statler Bros. & Homer & Jethro, Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens, Anne Murray join in
for "Put Your Hand In The Hand".
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

2.12 The Johnny Cash Show [verified on DVD-TA]
16Dec1970 ABC Wed
Guests:
Hank Snow
Al Hirt
Jackie DeShannon
Homer and Jethro
Guido Basso

Highlights:
Johnny Cash performs "A Thing Called Love," "Remember Me," "Johnny Reb" and "Ballad Of The Harp Weaver."
Johnny Cash, The Carter Family, The Statler Brothers, and Carl Perkins - "Old Time Religion"/"Amen"/"Golden Slippers" medley.
Homer and Jethro perform "Folsom Prison Blues" and a "When You Wore a Tulip"/"Daddy Played First Base" medley.
Jackie DeShannon sings "Dark As A Dungeon."
Al Hirt (trumpeter) accompanies Johnny on "I Walk The Line".
Al Hirt and his band perform "Louisiana Man" and "Wolverine Blues."
Hank Snow and The Rainbow Ranch Boys - "I'm Movin' On."
"Trumpet Duel" sketch (set in the Old West): Al Hirt vs. Guido Basso.


2.13 [--] THE JOHNNY CASH CHRISTMAS SHOW
   23Dec1970 ABC Wed ?  or  25Dec1970 ABC Fri  ?
Guests:
Roy Orbison
The Everly Brothers
Ray Cash
Carrie Cash
Tommy Cash

Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. perform "Twelve Days Of Christmas".
Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. Everly Bros. Ike Everly, Tommy Cash, Mr. & Mrs.
Ray Cash & Roy Orbison perform "Do What You Do Do Well".
Johnny sings "Little Drummer Boy" & "I Never Picked Cotton".
Johnny & June duet on "Turn Around".
Entire Cast & Carrie Cash On Piano join in for "Silent Night".
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.
Christmas 1970 on "The Johnny Cash Show" (1 of 3)
Christmas 1970 on "The Johnny Cash Show" (2 of 3)
Christmas 1970 on "The Johnny Cash Show" (3 of 3)

2.14 The Johnny Cash Show
06Jan1971 ABC Wed
producer, Stan Jacobson
director, Allan Angus
writers, Merle Travis, Garry Ferrier, Aubrey Tadman, Red Lane, Stan Jacobson.
Guests:
Derek & the Dominos (Eric Clapton)
Connie Smith
Ramblin' Jack Elliott
Homer & Jethro
Erik Anderson

Johnny sings about the Mississippi Delta in the ’Ride this train’ segment. ...
Highlights:
Johnny Sings "Big River" and "The Needle".
Derek & the Dominos perform "It’s too Late".

Erik sings "Born Again".
Jack sings "Mule Skinner Blues".
Connie sings "Once a Day".
The Carter Family perform "Waltzing Matilda".
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

DEREK AND THE DOMINOES ON JOHNNY CASH SHOW

2.15 The Johnny Cash Show
13Jan1971 ABC Wed
Guests:
Gordon Lightfoot
Jane Morgan
Bill Anderson
Jan Howard
Homer & Jethro
Gordon Lightfoot sings "When Uncle Bill Quit Dope".
Bill Anderson sings "Amazing Grace".
Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. perform "In The Sweet Bye And Bye".
Johnny with the The Carter Family & Statler Brothers perform "Are We Washed In the Blood Of The Lamb" and
"Bringing In The Sheaves".
Johnny and Jane Morgan duet on "A Boy Named Sue" and "A Girl Named Cash".
Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. Jane Morgan, Bill Anderson, Jan Howard, Gorden Lightfoot, & Homer
& Jethro join in for "One More Ride".
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

2.16 The Johnny Cash Show: THE HISTORY OF COUNTRY MUSIC Part 1
20Jan1971 ABC Wed
producer, Stan Jacobson
director, Mark Goode
writers, Les Pouliot, Gerry Ferrier, Aubrey Tadman, Red Lane, Stan Jacobson.
Guests:
Roy Acuff
Eddy Arnold
Merle Haggard
Homer and Jethro
Loretta Lynn
Buck Owens
Carl Perkins
Tex Ritter
Marty Robbins
Hank Snow
Tammy Wynette

Part 1 of The History Of Country Music.
Country and western music is showcased in this two-part show. Tonight, Johnny’s line-up includes Roy Acuff,
Eddy Arnold, Loretta Lynn, Carl Perkins and Marty Robbins. On film: the late Patsy Cline and Buck Owens and the Buckaroos.
A salute to Jimmy Rodgers, the ’father of country music,’ features Hank Snow, Merle Haggard and a film clip of Rodgers.
Highlights:
Roy Acuff performs "Wabash Cannon Ball".
Eddy Arnold sings "You Don’t Know Me" & Portrait of My Woman".
Carl Perkins sings "Blue Suede Shoes".
Marty Robbins sings "The Master’s Call".
Buck Owens performs "I’ve Got a Tiger by the Tail" & "Tall Dark stranger".
Buck & the Buckaroos do "Train Whistle Blues".
Merle Haggard sings "Snow" & "Mule Skinner Blues".
Johnny sings "Ring of Fire", "Gone Again" & "The Prisoner’s Song".
Also includes filmed performances by Patsy Cline, Johnny Horton and Jimmie Rodgers.
Taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.

2.17 The Johnny Cash Show: THE HISTORY OF COUNTRY MUSIC Part 2
27Jan1971 ABC Wed
Guests:
as above
Part 2 of The History Of Country Music.
An all-star cast is featured in the conclusion of this two-part salute to country music. ...
Highlights and performers:
Chet Atkins performs "Windy and Warm".
Merle Haggard sings "I Can’t Be Myself".
Sonny James sings "Endlessly".
Gordon Lightfoot performs "If You Could Read My Mind".
Bill Monroe sinfs "Uncle Pen".
Webb Pierce does "I Ain’t Never".
Takahiro Saito does "Folsom Prison Blues".
B.J. Thomas sings "I Could Cry".
Kitty Wells sings "It Wasn’t God Who Make Honky Tonk Angels".
Tammy Wynette sings "Stand by Your Man".
Minnie Pearl does a comedy routine.
Red Foley (on film) performs "Heart of Stone".
Faron Young sings "Goin’ Steady".
Johnny Cash sings "Old-time Religion" & "The Fourth Man".
Johnny & June Carter Cash duet with "Jackson".
Johnny with Carter Family, Statler Bros. & Carl Perkins perform "The Old Account".
Note: This Program Was Part Two Of The History Of Country And Included A Number Country Artist Performing
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

2.18 The Johnny Cash Show
03Feb1971 ABC Wed
Ballads Of The True West.
I Ride An Old Paint
Mean As Hell
I Ride An Old Paint
The Streets Of Laredo
Come Along And Ride This Train
Shifting Whispering Sand
Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie
Heading For The Last Roundup
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

2.19 The Johnny Cash Show
10Feb1971 ABC Wed
producer, Stan Jacobson
director, Mark Goode
writers, Les Pouliet, Garry Ferrier, Aubrey Tadman, Stan Jacobson
Guests:
Alvin 'Junior' Samples
George Lindsey
Archie Campbell
Jim Nabors
Ferlin Husky
Homer & Jethro
Minnie Pearl
Stringbean aka David Akeman

The corn's poppin' as the deans of country humor serve up their own rustic brand of comedy. ...
Sketches: ’Captain Campbell’s medicine show’ barrels into town with songs, dances and remedies for every ailment;
the students of ’Dear old Jaspar High’ raise a ruckus at a year-end bash; the farmer’s daughter-traveling salesman
joke gets another go-round

2.20 The Johnny Cash Show
17Feb1971 ABC Wed
Producer Stan Jacobson
Written by Garry Ferrier, Aubrey Tadman, Larry Murray.
Directed by Allan Angus
Guests:
Neil Young
Linda Ronstadt
Albert Brooks
James Taylor
Tony Joe White

In a film segment, Johnny Cash talks to Vanderbilt University students about drugs.
Musical Highlights:
James Taylor sings, "Sweet Baby James", "Fire and Rain" and "Country Road"
Johnny sings, "A Boy Named Sue", "One Too Many Mornings" and "A Man in Black".
Linda sings, "A Very Lovely woman".
Neil sings, "Needle and the Damage Done" and "A Journey Through the Past".
The Dillards perform, "I’ll Fly Away" and "St. Peter is Going to Put Me Up".
Tony Joe sings, "Daddy, Travelin’ Bone".
June sings, "He’s a Good Man".

Johnny Cash & James Taylor - Oh Susanna

Neil Young on The Johnny Cash Show - complete and uncut

The Neil Young - Needle & The Damage Done (live)

2.21 The Johnny Cash Show
24Feb1971 ABC Wed
producer, Stan Jacobson ; director, Allan Angus
writers, Garry Ferrier, Aubrey Tadman, Larry Murray
Guests:
The Oak Ridge Boys
The Staple Singers
Stuart Hamblen
The Blackwood Brothers
Edwin Hawkins Singers
Billy Graham

The accent's on gospel music as the Rev. Billy Graham makes a rare TV appearance, reading from the Bible while
Highlights:
Johnny sings "The Preacher Said".
Mahalia Jackson sings "Amazing Grace".
Edwin Hawkins Singers perform "My Father’s House".
Staple Singers perform "More Than a Hammer and a Nail".
Blackwood Brothers perform "Old Country Church".
Oakridge Boys perform "I Know".
Stuart Hamblin sings "This Old House".
Johnny & June duet with "The Nazarene, "Water into Wine" and "The Wailing Wall".
All join in for "Old Time Religion" and "When the Saints Go Marching In".

2.22 The Johnny Cash Show: CIRCUS FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES
03Mar1971 ABC Wed
Highlights:
Johnny sings "The Very Biggest Circus Of Them All", "Old Shep", "Big Rock Candy Mountain" and "Boa Constrictor".
Johnny with Carter Family perform "Jesus Loves Me".
Johnny with Carter Family & Statler Bros. perform "I'll Fly Away".
Note: This Show Carried A Circus Theme
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

2.23 The Johnny Cash Show
10Mar1971 ABC Wed
Guests:
B.J. Thomas
Hank Williams Jr.
Ray Price
Dick Feller
Linda Hart
Conway Twitty

Highlights:
Johnny sings "Man In Black".
"Ballad Of John Henry"
"These Men With Broken Hearts".
Johnny & June duet on "You'll Be All Right" and "It Ain't Me Babe"
Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. perform "I'll Fly Away".
Taped At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tenn.

2.24 The Johnny Cash Show
17Mar1971 ABC Wed
Guests:
Mickey Newbury
Marci Dean
Chris Gantry
Randy Scruggs
Gary Scruggs
Sammi Smith
Area Code 615
The Dillards

Highlights:
Johnny sings "Folsom Prison Blues", "If Not For Love (I Could Be One Of These)" and "Singing In Viet Nam Talking Blues".
Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. perform "June Makes The Flowers Grow".
Johnny with the Carter Family & Statler Bros. perform "Belshazah".

Mickey Newbury on "The Johnny Cash Show"

2.25 The Johnny Cash Show
24Mar1971 ABC Wed
Guests:
The Carpenters
Red Lane
Charley Pride
Bob Luman
Tommy Cash

Highlights:
"Starkville City Jail"
"The World You Gave Me ( Duet With June Carter Cash)
"We Wouldn't Trade It All ( Duet With June Carter Cash
"Greystone Chapel"
Melba's Wine"
May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You ( With Carter Family, Staler Bros. & Mother Maybelle Carter )

The Carpenters On The Johnny Cash Show

2.26 The Johnny Cash Show   (final show)
31Mar1971 ABC Wed
Guests:
Merle Travis
Highlights:
Johnny sings "I Walk The Line" & "Sunday Morning Coming Down".
Johnny & June duet on "Darlin Companion", "If I Were A Carpenter" and "Jackson".
Merle Travis performs "Sing Sing Sing".
*Come Along And Ride This Train
Repeat Of The Segment Originally Shown November 4, 1970
I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen ( With Statler Bros.
He'll Understand And Say Well Done ( With The Carter Family & Statler Bros. )

Johnny Cash Show - Medley 1
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 2
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 3
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 4
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 5
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 6
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 7
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 8
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 9
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 10
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 11
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 13
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 14
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 15
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 16
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 17
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 18
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 19
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 20
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 21
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 22
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 23
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 24
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 25
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 26
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 27
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 28
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 29
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 30
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 31
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 32
Johnny Cash Show - Medley 33


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CBS (29-Aug-1976 to 19-Sep-1976)
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                                                               Johnny Cash - Get Rhythm  - From "Tex Avery's Ranch Party" (circa 1955-58)

Johnny Cash-Ring of Fire 1963

Johnny Cash At Faslom State Prison, California (January 1968)

Johnny Cash At San Quentin (1969)(Documentary/ Concert)

Johnny Cash "A Boy Named Sue" ORIGINAL

Johnny Cash - San Quentin (Live from Prison)

Johnny Cash, Live@ S.Quentin - Folsom Prison Blues


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Pete Seeger's Rainbow Quest

Pete Seeger's Rainbow Quest (1)
Pete Seeger's Rainbow Quest (2)
Rainbow Quest 1 -- June Carter Johnny Cash Pete Seeger
Rainbow Quest 2 -- June Carter Johnny Cash Pete Seeger
Rainbow Quest 3 -- June Carter Johnny Cash Pete Seeger
Rainbow Quest 4 -- June Carter Johnny Cash Pete Seeger
Rainbow Quest 5 -- June Carter Johnny Cash Pete Seeger

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