Whether you are new to Johnny Cash or own every record he ever made, this contribution to the British series "Music in Review" is well worth having. The DVD is exceptionally well produced, chronicling with accuracy the many phases of Cash's career, from its Sun-rise with Sam Phillips to sunset with Rick Rubin's American label. Performances of many Cash classics are intercut with informative, sometimes hilariously risqué interviews with such important figures as W. S. "Fluke" Holland, Bob Wooton, and "Cowboy" Jack Clement. (The latter's encore performance of "Hernando's Hideaway" has nothing to do with the proceedings but is a madcap bonus suggesting why Cash loved having Clement around.) The delightful surprise, however, is the well-illustrated, 72-page booklet that accompanies the disc. More than mere liner notes, it fleshes out in some detail (and only a few errors) the artist's life and work without repeating what can be seen and heard on the disc.