1975, 1st edition "Third Printing"; Zondervan Publishing House; hardbound in black boards with gilt lettering along spine and Johnny Cash gilt signature on cover; many black and white illustrations and photos; book is quite good condition; pictoral dust jacket has very minor scuffs.
Man in Black: His Own Story in His Own Words is an autobiography by country musician Johnny Cash. It served as part of the basis for the 2005 film Walk the Line. The popular country-and-western singer chronicles the ups and downs of his life and career, profiling the people involved and describing his hard-found Christian faith.
"This book will tell you about a long time gone prodigal who has been brought back...You'll find out how I've fallen and how I've turned aroung again to feel (God's) love and His forgiveness...You have my promise that I will unveil my life just as clearly and honestly as I know how. I'm including the failures as well as the times spent in finding strength," states Johnny Cash in the opeining paragraphs of his new book...
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