the king and the rubber room
not nashville, but close.
If you are experiencing playback problems, brothers and sisters, let me advise you – once again – that this appears to be an unannounced server maintenance issue. They have my money, people. I find it generally disconcerting when I am given no forewarning.
I get agitated, frankly.
This one has much more to do with the Memphis connection, and less to do with the obvious.
The first is a Johnny Cash composition, unreleased until it was well past timely; 25 years later. The second is not the more famous Madison Square \’live\” single, but the afternoon matinee performance recorded on the same day: 6th October, 1972.
Written, of course, by the late Mickey Newbury. Only released in 1997, belatedly, on the RCA label.
▼ PORTER WAGONER: COMMITTED TO PARKVIEW from \”Wagonmaster\” CD (Anti) 2007 (US)