1-CD Digipak (6-plated) with 52-page booklet, 28 tracks. Playing time approx. 71 mns.
June Carter's last great solo album was 'Appalachian Pride', dating from 1976, now reissued by Bear Family.
Despite the fact that she grew up on the road with her famous mother, Maybelle, June has always been intensely proud of her family's roots in Appalachia. That was never more evident than on these recordings where she lends her personal stamp to songs like East Virginia Blues, Another Broken Hearted Girl and Big Balls In Nashville.
'Appalachian Pride' has been rounded out with Johnny Cash's children album, 'The Johnny Cash Children Album' on which Johnny (with some help of his family: June Carter Cash and Rosey Nix) makes music for everyone's family. The titles include: I Gotta Boy (And His Name Is John) (& June Carter Cash); Little Green Fountain (& June Carter Cash & Rosey Nix), The Mystery Of Number Five and
Ben Dewberry's Final Run. Here's a rarely heard side of the late Johnny Cash. The Man in Black lightens up!