Ahead of the release of the film 'Walk The Line', the Johnny Cash story starring Joaquin Phoenix, Universal Music has compiled the first ever complete collection spanning Cash's entire career.
'The Legend of Johnny Cash' features Cash classic recorded between 1955-2003 from Sun Records through to American Recordings.
The Sun recordings featuring on the album including his first single 'Hey Porter' and 'Cry! Cry! Cry!', produced by Sam Phillips. From the Sun era, tracks include 'I Walk The Line', 'Get Rhythm', 'Folsom Prison Blues; and 'Big River'.
After Sun, Cash signed with Columbia Records and in 1963 had his first number one record with 'Ring of Fire', written by his wife June Carter Cash. The Columbia years bred the tracks 'A Boy Named Sue', 'Sunday Morning Coming Down' and 'Man In Black'.
In 1986, Cash joined Mercury Records and while there recorded with U2 on the Bono penned 'The Wanderer' which was featured on U2's Zooropa album.
His last recordings were the American Recordings with Rick Rubin.
1. Cry! Cry! Cry!
2. Hey Porter
3. Folsom Prison Blues
4. I Walk the Line
5. Get Rhythm
6. Big River
7. Guess Things Happen That Way
8. Ring of Fire
10. Boy Named Sue [Live]
11. Sunday Morning Coming Down
12. Man in Black
13. One Piece at a Time
16. Delia's Gone
17. Rusty Cage
18. I've Been Everywhere
19. Give My Love to Rose
20. Man Comes Around [Early Take]