Intimate, All-Access Shots of Johnny Cash

Iconic images of the Man in Black by late rock photographer Jim Marshall
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Photograph ©Jim Marshall courtesy of Pocket Cash by Jim Marshall, Chronicle Books

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At Folsom Prison

Cash performing at Folsom Prison in Represa, California, 1968.

Marshall: When Columbia Records agreed to do the Folsom Prison shows- producer Bob Johnston talked them into doing it- John called them to have me shoot the concerts. There was one other photographer there; I don't know if he even got inside. I had unlimited access at Folsom; I could go anywhere I wanted.

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