This CD cover image released by Legacy Recordings shows "Cut Among the Stars," by Johnny Cash. (AP Photo/Legacy)
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Johnny Cash helped define American country music with hits such as "I Walk the Line" and "A Boy Named Sue," but in the early 1980s he recorded an album of songs his record label refused to release that is only now seeing the light of day."Out Among The Stars," which Cash, who died in 2003, recorded with legendary Nashville producer Billy Sherrill, will be released by Sony next week and includes duets with Cash's late wife, June Carter Cash, and Waylon Jennings. The last decade has seen a resurgence in fortunes for the "Man in Black," more than 10 years after his death.Releasing the album was a not a simple decision for Cash, who said that he had to consider whether the album was individual and distinct enough to add to the Johnny Cash canon.There wasn't only music in the Cash archive as the couple were keen collectors of antique furniture and ancient books.
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