The late Johnny Cash’s son says the new album “Out Among The Stars” doesn’t come close to exhausting his collection of previously unreleased songs.  John Carter Cash tells the UK’s “Guardian” he probably has enough material to craft “four or five” more CDs.  He adds that there are also a number of leftover tracks from Johnny’s “American Recordings” sessions that could be released.  However John says he doesn’t intend to flood the market with new Johnny Cash albums.  He explains that he has “a few things” in the works, but “some of it my never see the light of day.”  Rick Rubin, who produced the “American Recordings,” adds that he and John “will probably put out” another “Unearthed” collection.  The original 2003 box set, released shortly after Cash’s death, includes outtakes from the first four of Johnny’s six “American Recordings” albums.

Cash’s “Out Among The Stars” arrived in stores this week.  The album features songs Johnny recorded in the early 1980s that ended up in a vault and were forgotten.  John Carter discovered the “lost” tracks in 2012, and restored them for release.

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