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 sings "... See full summary »

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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 sings "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". Written by VTC

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Jackson
Written by Jerry Leiber and Billy Edd Wheeler
Performed by Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash
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