This is not meant to be a polished documentary, but a brilliant if ragged road movie that shows Johnny Cash
- travelling in the South in his new camper with his wife June Carter Cash, visiting the shotgun house he first grew up in and his relatives for a bbq and gospel singing,
- recording a beautiful demo version of "Flesh and Blood" in his living room,
- life on stage with his band at country music fairs in small-town USA
- in the Studio recording with Bob Dylan
- Carl Perkins, as Cahs's lead guitarist, live on stage singing "Blues Suede Shoes"
This is a great Behind The Scenes - look as Cash is giving candid interviews and is just very hip/cool and likeable. A historic, definite portrait at a period when his career took of to superstardom in the late 1960s at the time of the famous Prison Concerts in Folsom and San Quentin.
Sound quality is pretty good, the hand held camera sometimes a little shaky, but it fits the project.
Well worth the money - same content as the dvd The Man - His Life - His Music!