Universal Music on July 24 will release "The Great Lost Performance," a Johnny Cash performance from 1990 found in the vaults. The set features Cash duets with wife June Carter and singer Lucy Clark.

Universal Music on July 24 will release "The Great Lost Performance," a Johnny Cash performance from 1990 found in the vaults. The set features Cash duets with wife June Carter and singer Lucy Clark.

The 18-song banter-filled live album was recorded July 27, 1990 at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park, N.J. While Cash classics like "I Walk the Line" and "Folsom Prison Blues" are present and accounted for, the disc also features Johnny and Carter dueting on "Jackson" and "The Wreck of Old '97" and tracks "What is Man" and "Forty Shades of Green" with New Jersey's own Clark.

"The Great Lost Performance" is the sixteenth Johnny Cash set since his May
2003 death. It's his latest since "American V: Hundred Highways," the Rick Rubin-produced collection of Cash's final studio sessions, which made it all the way to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in July 2006.

Here is the track list for "The Great Lost Performance":

"Ring of Fire"
"Life's Railway to Heaven"
"Wonderful Time Up There"
"Folsom Prison Blues"
"Sunday Morning Coming Down"
"What Is Man"
"Forty Shades of Green"
"Come Along and Ride This Train"
"Five Feet High and Rising"
"Pickin' Time"
"A Beautiful Life"
"Hey Porter"
"Ragged Old Flag"
"Tennessee Flat Top Box"
"Ghost Riders in the Sky"
"Jackson"
"The Wreck of Old '97"
"I Walk the Line"