From the Dec. 23, 1970 episode of "The Johnny Cash Show." Although not strictly complete and uncut, as a highlights reel, it contains all the best bits from the holiday-themed episode, including the world TV debut of John Carter Cash.

Cash peré welcomes the episode's guests into an ersatz living room and passes a guitar around. The Everly Brothers sing "Kentucky;" Roy Orbison does a solo acoustic version of "Pretty Paper;" and Ike Everly plays "Cannonball Rag." Then Mother Maybelle Carter duets with Ike Everly on guitar - she does the chords and Ike strums; Vince Matthews sings "Melva's Wine;" Johnny's Dad, Ray Cash, talks about meeting President Nixon and his mother, Carrie Cash, plays piano while the ensemble sings "Silent Night." Finally, Johnny and June introduce the infant John Carter Cash to the world in an extended bit and sing a song, "Turn Around," that will be 'repurposed' and released a few years later as "Miss Tara," after another of Cash's children.* I've also added the 'tag' to the episode, the entire ensemble singing "Little Drummer Boy." Happy Holidays!

*John Jr. got his own song on the same album, named "I Got A Boy and His Name Is John" so you shouldn't feel bad about his song being given to this sister.

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