In Jan. 1968, Johnny Cash performed his famous concert at Folsom Prison in California, and among the songs he included was one by an inmate, Glen Sherley. That song, "Greystone Chapel," became a surprise hit from the LP, and Cash took a special interest in Sherley's fate. In Jan. 1971, Sherley was released from Folsom and Cash promised to look out for him and get him some work on his shows. With Cash's help, Sherley secured a contract with Mega Records, and recorded an album back in Vacaville Prison. Sherley wrote about the only life he knew in the songs "If This Prison Yard Could Talk," "FBI Top 10," "Looking Back In Anger" and "Measure Of A Man." Includes 2 ultra-rare singles that didn't make it to the original LP.