I have heard many, many versions of this old tune, but it’s Johnny and June Carter Cash’s take on it that rings the truest.

Related News (via pitchfork):
“Columbia/Legacy will reissue Johnny Cash’s first chart-topping album– the live Johnny Cash at San Quentin– on November 14 as a three-disc (two CDs and one DVD) set, along with plenty of previously unreleased extras. The 2000 remastered version of the 1969 LP expanded the original’s tracklist from 10 to 18 tracks, but this release will transcend both by including 13 previously unreleased performances from Cash and his entire ensemble, which included his wife June Carter Cash, the Carter Family, Carl Perkins, and the Statler Brothers.

MP3: Johnny Cash :: If I Were A Carpenter
Amazon: Johnny Cash – Man In Black
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