Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison
When Johnny Cash decided to play a concert at Folsom Prison, record it and release it as an album he was already a star, but his career seemed to be on the decline. It turned out to be a brilliant decision. The record ended up selling more than 3 million copies, it revived his career and cemented his status as an outlaw hero. He truly felt a connection with the imprisoned and became an advocate for prison reform, even testifying before Congress and meeting with President Nixon to discuss the topic. ďAt Folsom PrisonĒ has become one of his most legendary and iconic recordings, an album that is still being discovered by new generations to this day.