An original Jim Marshall photograph of Johnny Cash and convict and musician Glen Sherley at Folsom State Prison in Northern California, on January 13, 1968. This was taken during while Cash was at Folsom for two performances, which became Cash’s legendary At Folsom Prison album. From Wikipedia: [quoting Cash] The night before I was going […]
A beautiful double sided photo handbill/mailer advertising Johnny Cash’s availability for spring 1965 concert bookings, signed boldly on the front by Cash. This was sent out by Cash’s personal manager, Saul Holiff. Printed on card stock and with machine folds (presumably for mailing) Cash has signed in black marker above his printed name. A superb […]
A 1986 first printing of Johnny Cash’s only novel, The Man in White, beautifully signed in black felt tip by the music legend. Cash sent this book to longtime Academy Awards producer Gil Cates, and a copy of the House of Cash mailing label, annotated “Received 8/5/86” is included. In beautiful near mint condition, with […]
An original Jim Marshall photograph of Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins onstage at Folsom State Prison in Northern California, on January 13, 1968. This was taken during one of two performances for inmates that producer Bob Johnston recorded, and which became Cash’s legendary At Folsom Prison album. Jim Marshall (1936-2010) was one of the most […]
An original Jim Marshall photograph of Johnny Cash with wife June Carter and producer Bob Johnston at Folsom State Prison in Northern California, on January 13, 1968. On that day Johnston recorded Cash performing two shows for inmates, songs from which were released on his legendary At Folsom Prison album. 8″ x 10″, in mint […]
A five page music publishing agreement, initialed on the first page and fully signed on the final page by Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, along with a three page copy of a letter outlining Cash and Carter’s music publishing interests. The contract, dated December 17, 1986, authorizes music publishing executive Jay Landers to broker […]
A beautiful framed limited-edition print of the cover of Johnny Cash’s 1994 album American Recordings, numbered 59/100 and signed boldly by Cash himself. Photographer Martyn Atkins’ classic image of Cash is arguably the best known photograph of the late era ‘Man in Black’. Cash’s label, American Recordings, made 100 of these for VIP’s and people […]
A superb and very large hand printed 16″ x 20″ silver gelatin photograph of Johnny Cash “giving the finger,” shot in 1969 at California’s San Quentin Prison by legendary photographer Jim Marshall. Marshall told Cash “Hey John, let’s do a shot for the warden” and cash “flipped the bird.” This is one of Marshall’s most […]
An original program for the 1964 Newport Folk Festival, in Newport, R.I. Though Bob Dylan appeared three different times during this Festival, it wasn’t until the next year, when he “went electric” at Newport, that he became a true star. This 50 page program is filled with great essays, photos, biographies of every act who […]
A beautiful 16 page program for Johnny Cash’s 1968 UK Tour, beautifully signed by Cash, June Carter Cash and Carl Perkins on their respective photographs. Cash autographed this program in blue ballpoint pen, while his wife and Perkins signed in black ballpoint. In superb condition. With Recordmecca’s written lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
A NM/EX to EX- first pressing of Johnny Cash’s 1959 album Greatest !, on the Sun label. The laminated cover is beautiful with just a light dampstain on the back; the disc shiny and barely played, with some superficial sleeve-type marks. A scarce classic.
An unplayed copy of the 1964 album Original Sun Sound of Johnny Cash, on Sun Records. The cover and disc of this store-stock original pressing are both Near Mint, with some very light foxing on the back of the album cover and light pressing marks. You won’t find a cleaner copy of this rarity.
A beautiful original photograph of Johnny Cash probably in Columbia Records New York or Nashville recording studios in the early1960’s, by the legendary Don Hunstein (Columbia’s in house photographer.) This vintage print has negative numbers and Hunstein’s photo credit on the back. In mint condition, 8″ x 10″.
A superb hand printed 5″ x 7″ silver gelatin photograph of Johnny Cash taken in 1969 at San Quentin Prison, by the legendary Jim Marshall. Cash was about to perform for inmates at this famed California prison when Marshall yelled out “Let’s take one for the warden”–and this photo captured Cash’s response. The photograph is […]