Last night at 10:00pm I was watching the late news in the kitchen while Mom was in the family room watching -- something else. While I was half-heartedly paying attention to my local station's blow-dried newscaster I suddenly heard a very familiar singing voice in the other room.
"Dylan? On TV?" I said to myself.
Yup. It was part one of a two-part show on PBS with clips from the old "Johnny Cash Show," which only ran for two years from 1969 to 1971. The program is called "Johnny Cash: A Man and His Vision," and the second part runs tonight (in Hawai'i; check your local listings).
One of the highlights: a younger Eric Clapton at center stage with his Fender Stratocaster, flanked on his left by Cash and on his right by Carl Perkins, singing and playing an old blues number.Posted by Linkmeister at October 26, 2007 09:45 AM | TrackBack