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Cash: The Autobiography Chapter Summary & Analysis - Port Richey Summary

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Port Richey Summary and Analysis

Chapter one of Port Richey begins with a story of Johnny's friends gathering to spread Faron Young's ashes in accordance with his wishes. He says that a gust of wind blows the ashes back onto the mourners and even the cars. Port Richey is the home of June's parents, Mabelle and Ezra Carter. Many of the furnishings are as Maybelle and Ezra left them. About a mile from their house in Port Arthur is the Carter Family Fold, built to be a performance center. Johnny says that many of them have performed there and that he has the distinction of being the only person allowed to use amplifiers. Johnny first encountered the Carters in 1972 as they were recording in "an improvised studio in Bristol, Tennessee." He says their music filled the region and that they're more important than most people realize or give...

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