℗ ℗ 1972 Gulf Coast Records

Glen Sherley

Glen Sherley

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Looking Back in Anger
Glen Sherley
Greystone Chapel
Glen Sherley
F.B.I. Top Ten
Glen Sherley
Portrait of My Woman
Glen Sherley
Mama Had Country Soul
Glen Sherley
Pick a Bouquet
Glen Sherley
If This Prison Yard Could Talk
Glen Sherley
Step Right This Way
Glen Sherley
Frisco Song
Glen Sherley
Keep Steppin'
Glen Sherley
Measure of a Man
Glen Sherley
Total Playing Time    30:03
Glen Milborn Sherley was an American criminal who became a country singer-songwriter after his song "Greystone Chapel" was made famous by Johnny Cash in 1968.

Sherley wrote the song while in prison and it was performed by Cash at his Folsom Prison performance, later released as the album At Folsom Prison. Sherley was on the front row, unaware that his song was to be played.

Sherley was then offered the chance to record this live album Glen Sherley, while still in prison. The album was a success when it was recorded, with the permission of prison officials, and released by Mega Records, production supervision provided by House of Cash with musicians from the Nashville area, leading to an offer from Johnny Cash himself to join Cash's publishing organization, House of Cash. When Sherley was released from Prison in 1971, he was met at the gates by Cash.

Sherley subsequently wrote and performed a number of other songs. However, despite help from Cash, he was unable to adjust to life outside of prison, eventually committing suicide at the age of 42.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Gulf Coast Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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