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A lost Johnny Cash album, “Out Among The Stars,” shelved after it was made, will be released by Columbia Legacy on March 31. It is a nearly forgotten album by the legendary recording artist.
The album features many songs that were typical of his records from the early '80s, according to the Associated Press. Fans will find songs like “I’m Movin’ On,” “Tennessee,” ”I Came to Believe,” and “If I Told You Who It Was.” Producing on the album was Billy Sherrill who also worked with George Jones and David Allan Coe.
According to The Guardian, Cash's son, John Carter Cash, notes that the recordings were made in '81 and '84, mostly '84. There are two duets on the album, one with Waylon Jennings and one with June Carter Cash. There's also an appearance by Minnie Pearl.
Other Johnny Cash albums include Rockabilly Blues and The Adventures of Johnny Cash. His live albums include At Folsom Prison, At San Quentin, and The Johnny Cash Show.
Cash was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He received the Kennedy Center Honors in 1996.