The material collected here was apparently filmed in the late '60s andoffers a series of snapshots of Cash on one of his famouslyinterminable tours. He is shown playing to audiences of fans,maximum-security prisoners, and feather-clad Native Americandignitaries, and he is shown away from the stage, playing cards on thetour bus, jamming with friends, and further reinforcing histhen-unfashionable interest in Native American issues with a visit tothe site of the Wounded Knee massacre. Also of interest are the otherperformers that wander through this random travelogue: Cash's wife,June Carter Cash, in a duet with him on "Jackson"; Cash's leadguitarist, Carl Perkins, taking the spotlight to sing his creation"Blue Suede Shoes"; and, best of all, Cash, grinning from ear to earand quite unabashedly overawed, recording a glorious duet of Billy EddWheeler's "Blistered" with an insouciant, gum-chewing Bob Dylan.
Features a 90 minute program with many rare clips including classicduets with June Carter, Carl Perkins & Bob Dylan. Featuring 21tracks as well as unique footage of Cash relaxing with family &friends. This is a fascinating 'fly on the wall' documentary mainlyshot on tour in the late '60s.