You could always go to amazon.com and do a search for Johnny Cash and many times you can listen to audio samples.
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Johnny Cash most creative and influencial period was when he vas with Sun Records and Columbia. The Bear Family label (out of Germany) has issued all the original recordings of the "Man in Black" with superb sound and original packaging, including recording information. CollectorsChoiceMusic.com imports all the Bear Family recordings into the U.S.
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My faves are American Recordings and Folsom and San Quentin.
I was just watching a dvd of his tv series at my brother's house and it was really fun to see. Picture and sound both varied in how bad they sucked, but it was great anyway. His guests included Bob Dylan, Linda Ronstadt, the Guess Who, Jonie Michell...just to get started. Cash along with the Smothers Brothers Show and the Glen Cambell Good Time Hour featured the coolest acts around back in the day. Fun to remember and a treat to watch now.
Although their are many albums by this guy, he had one truly amazing album that I can not find on cd. In fact I am taking a hacked copy my mother owned and transferring it to digital as I can not find the cd anywhere. The name of the album is "Man in black" and it is from around the early seventies and has Billy Graham on the first cut. This was just after his return from Vietnam and to me his best written works ever. If you can find it, I highly suggest you pick it up.