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Born: 29 July 1923 Died: 5 April 2012

Born and residing in: United Kingdom


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Description: Early life Marshall was born in Acton, West London, in 1923, into a family which included boxers and music hall artists. As a child he was diagnosed with tubercular bones, and spent many years in the hospital. His formal education suffered as a consequence. During WWII he was exempt from military service due to his poor health. He became a singer, and then, due to the shortage of available civilian musicians, doubled as a drummer. In his day job as electrical engineer he built a portable amplification system so his light, crooning vocals could be heard over his drums.[7] "I was making 10 shillings (£0.50/$0.75) a night ... (more)
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" Johnny Cash (Jim Marshall, 1969} San Quentin, California: Marshall accompanied Cash to this concert for prison inmates. While performed on a stage in the mess hall, the show was recorded for Johnny Cash at San Quentin. During soundcheck, Marshall remembers shouting to Cash, "Let's do a shot for the warden!" and getting this picture. Cash recalls that his gesture was aimed at a television crew who'd been following him around for three days. The Original Image "

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