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New Release: Wheeling, West Virginia, October 2nd, 1976

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According to Amazon there is going to be a new release on May, 12 in the US. According to the UK version of Amazon it will be released on April, 27. It's a previously unreleased concert that Cash did in 1976 in Wheeling, West Virgina on the Jamboree USA show at the Capitol Music Hall. It was broadcast on WWVA in Wheeling. 

The announced tracklist looks like this (we added more info to it):

  1. Help Me (Anita Carter)
  2. Hold My Hand (Jan Howard)
  3. Wabash Cannonball / Worried Man Blues (Carter Family)
  4. Ring Of Fire
  5. Folsom Prison Blues
  6. Pickin' Time
  7. Big River
  8. There You Go
  9. Sunday Morning Coming Down
  10. One Piece At A Time
  11. Give My Love To Rose
  12. A Boy Named Sue
  13. Ragged Old Flag
  14. Comedy (June Carter Cash)
  15. The Yodel Song (June Carter Cash)
  16. Jackson
  17. I Still Miss Someone
  18. Hey Porter
  19. Wreck Of The Old '97
  20. Casey Jones
  21. Orane Blossom Special
  22. I Walk The line

Missing on this album are the songs done by Tommy Cash, Jan Howard and Anita Carter. The songs missing are:

  1. I'm Just Getting By (Tommy Cash)
  2. Six White Horses (Tommy Cash)
  3. How Great Thou Art (Tommy Cash)
  4. Wildwood flower (Carter Family)
  5. Summer Storms (Anita Carter)
  6. Every Hour, Every Day (Anita Carter)

From this show three songs were released on Bootleg 3:

  1. Hey Porter
  2. There You Go
  3. Give My Love To Rose

This is the only info that we could find with this release:
By the mid-1970s, Johnny Cash had an enormous catalog of classics upon which to draw for his live performances. Backed by the Tennessee Three, he offers a wealth of them on this October 2, 1976, appearance on the Jamboree USA show, broadcast on WWVA in Wheeling, West Virginia. Sprinkled among the hits from the '50s, '60s, and '70s are folk tunes and B-side gems, as well as a few contributions from Anita Carter, the Carter Family, and Johnny's wife, June Carter Cash. The broadcast is presented here in its entirety, with digitally remastered sound and background notes.

We'll keep you updated as soon as we have more info!

 

 

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