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February 16, 2004 Rubin worked with Johnny Cash for the last 10 years of Cash's life, collaborating on four critically acclaimed and Grammy award-winning albums (American Recordings, Unchained, American III: Solitary Man and American IV: The Man Comes Around.) At the time of Cash's death, they were collaborating on a box set that collects many unreleased tracks from those previous sessions, as well as a best-of CD. The five-CD collection is called Unearthed.
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December 30, 2003 In the months leading up to his death in September, country music legend Johnny Cash recorded dozens of songs, wrote new ones and completed the liner notes for a CD box set called Unearthed. It includes the best of the singer's work from the past 10 years, plus previously unreleased material. NPR's Bob Edwards discusses the recordings with Cash's producer, Rick Rubin.
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