The Johnny Cash Show: Season 2, Episode 4

Episode #2.4 (14 Oct. 1970)

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José Feliciano sings "Life is That Way". Johnny Cash sings "Five Feet High and Rising" and "These Hands". Bobby Bare sings "Detroit City". Linda Ronstadt sings "Long, Long Time". Mac Davis ... See full summary »

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José Feliciano sings "Life is That Way". Johnny Cash sings "Five Feet High and Rising" and "These Hands". Bobby Bare sings "Detroit City". Linda Ronstadt sings "Long, Long Time". Mac Davis sings "A Poem For My Little Lady" and "I Believe In Music". Johnny & Linda Ronstadt duet on "Big Yellow Taxi", "The Old Swimming Hole" and "Water Isn't Water Anymore". Carl Perkins sings "I'll Fly Away". Johnny & June Carter Cash duet on "Keep on the Sunnyside". (Come Along And Ride This Train) "Salute To The Delta Queen", "Country Boy" and "Pickin' Time". Written by VTC

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Salute to the Delta Queen
Performed by Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash
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