is the twelfth album by American singer-songwriter The Sound of Johnny Cash Johnny Cash, released in 1962 (see 1962 in music). Among other songs, it contains " In the Jailhouse Now", a Jimmie Rodgers cover which reached No. 8 on the Country charts, and "Delia's Gone", which Cash would re-record years later, on , in 1994. Cash would also go on to record a significantly slower, more ballad-like version of "I'm Free from the Chain Gang Now", which was ultimately released in 2006 on American Recordings as the last American V: A Hundred Highways TRACK on the album.
During the recording sessions for the album, Cash rerecorded his
Sun Records hits " Folsom Prison Blues", "Hey Porter" and " I Walk the Line", but none of these versions were ultimately used on the album and sat unreleased until the 1990s. 
Cover imagery Edit
The original 1962 album features a photograph of Johnny Cash taken by American
PHOTOGRAPHER Leigh Wiener at his studio in Los Angeles, California.
Track listing Edit
The album did not chart in the
album charts. In 1962 the single " Billboard In the Jailhouse Now" peaked at #8 in the Billboard Country Singles. ] [2