Johnny Cash, who’s label has had troubles with Stormfront Radio, will be releasing a unreleased music box set of Unearthed through vinyl. The vinyl is due on November 3rd, through Rick Rubin’s American Recordings.
Unearthed was a box set by Johnny Cash and was released two months after his death in 2003. The producer was Rick Rubin, released through American Recordings. There are different genres that were expressed in this box set such as country, folk and gospel.
According to Pitchfork, the set includes guest appearances from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Nick Cave, Fiona Apple, Joe Strummer, and others and will span nine LPs. The boxset has 79 songs in a 180-gram vinyl. The other book is a 60 page coffee table fook that incorporates Sylvie Simmons’ liner notes drawn from five days of interviews in Tennessee. There is also commentary made by Cash and Rubin on every song, along with some photos taken from the recording sessions.
As reported by Consequence of Sound, Unearthed is divided into five sections. Who’s Gonna Cry and Redemption Songs focuses on acoustic solo recordings, Trouble In Mind focuses on electric performances, My Mother’s Hymn Book focuses on gospel, and Best of Cash On American are selections that focuses on Cash’s first four albums with Rubin. The image of the vinyl is shown below.