The Johnny Cash Show is the 34th overall album and is a live album by country singer Johnny Cash, recorded at the Grand Ole Opry and released on Columbia Records in 1970. Though one of Cash's lesser-known live records, it spawned the highly successful single "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down", which helped kickstart the career of singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson. The song and album reached No. 1 on the Country charts. The album was certified Gold on 2/16/1995 by the RIAA.
- "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down" (Kris Kristofferson) – 4:04
- "Come Along and Ride This Train" (Cash) – 6:16
- "Six Days on the Road" (Earl Green, Carl Montgomery)
- "There Ain't No Easy Run" (Tom T. Hall, Dave Dudley)
- "Sailor on a Concrete Sea" (Merle Travis)
- "These Hands" (Eddie Noack) – 3:45
- "I'm Gonna Try to Be That Way" (Cash) – 3:24
- "Come Along and Ride This Train" (Cash) – 8:04
- "Mississippi Delta Land" (Harlan Howard)
- "Detroit City" (Mel Tillis, Danny Dill)
- "Uncloudy Day" (Joshua K. Alwood)
- "No Setting Sun" (Ruth Davis)
- "Mississippi Delta Land"
- "Here Was a Man" (Johnny Bond, Tex Ritter) – 2:56
- Produced by: Bob Johnston
- Arranged and Conducted by: Bill Walker
- "These Hands" Arranged by: Barry McDonald
- Engineering: Neil Wilburn
- Cover Photo: John Burg
Album - U.S. Billboard charts
Singles - U.S. Billboard charts
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