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Johnny Cash, Folsom Prison 1968

Jim Marshall (1936 - 2010)

Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison on January 13, 1968.

"The granite walls in Folsom are about eight feet thick, and we had just gotten off the bus and gone through one giant gate into a holding area. Then we went through a second gate, and, when it clanked shut, John said, 'Jim, there's a feeling of permanence in that sound.' After that, I started wondering when we were going to get out of there." - Jim Marshall

  This is a signed photograph. Jim Marshall’s iconic photographs are now extraordinarily rare, as very few were printed and signed at the time of his passing. A small inventory is still held by the estate, please contact us for pricing and availability.

14" x 11"

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