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  • Oct 9, 1970
    Johnny Cash records music for the movie "Little Fauss And Big Halsy" at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
    Oct 10, 1970
    The Kris Kristofferson song "Sunday Morning Coming Down" takes Johnny Cash to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Oct 14, 1970
    Bobby Bare performs "Detroit City" on ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show," also featuring Jose Feliciano, Linda Ronstadt, Mac Davis and June Carter Cash. Carl Perkins covers "I'll Fly Away," and the Man In Black does "Five Feet High And Rising," "Proud Mary" and "These Hands"
    Oct 21, 1970
    The 35th installment of "The Johnny Cash Show" airs on ABC-TV, with Marty Robbins, Tommy Cash, The Guess Who and Peggy Lee, who duets with the Man in Black on "For The Good Times"
    Oct 28, 1970
    ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show" pairs Cash and Louis Armstrong on "Blue Yodel No. 9 (Standin' On The Corner)." Armstrong also covers "Almost Persuaded." Tennessee Ernie Ford and Kenny Rogers & The First Edition appear, too, along with regulars The Carter Family and The Statler Brothers
    Oct 31, 1970
    Columbia releases the album "The Johnny Cash Show"
    Nov 1, 1970
    Johnny Cash & June Carter perform "Help Me Make It Through The Night" on the CBS show "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour." The episode also features Mel Tillis, Jerry Reed and Jackie DeShannon
    Nov 4, 1970
    Burl Ives guests on "The Johnny Cash Show" on ABC-TV, alongside Bobby Sherman, Floyd Cramer, The Carter Family and The Statler Brothers. Cash and June Carter work up the bluegrass classic "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms"
    Nov 11, 1970
    Johnny Cash, The Carter Family and The Statler Brothers sing "I Got Stripes" on ABC's "The Johnny Cash Show." Guest Stevie Wonder joins Cash on "Get Rhythm," Bill Monroe performs "Blue Moon Of Kentucky," and Ian & Sylvia cover "Crazy Arms." Comedian George Gobel guests as well
    Nov 13, 1970
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's "Flesh And Blood"

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