Anniversary

Anniversary

3.0 1
by The Earl Scruggs Revue
     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
08/05/2008
Label:
Bgo - Beat Goes On
UPC:
5017261208309
catalogNumber:
830
Rank:
46453

Tracks

  1. Banjo Man
  2. The Swimming Song
  3. Gospel Ship
  4. Bleeker Street Rag
  5. Royal Majesty
  6. Rollin' In My Dreams
  7. Song To Woody
  8. Third Rate Romance
  9. Hey Porter
  10. Passing Through
  11. Rita Ballou
  12. Harbor For My Soul
  13. I've Got a Thing About You Baby
  14. Instrumental In D Minor
  15. Every Man Has Got His Own Price
  16. Harley
  17. Broad River
  18. Fairytale
  19. I Still Miss Someone
  20. My Ship Will Sail

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Earl Scruggs Revue   Primary Artist
Earl Scruggs   Banjo,Vocals
Doug Kershaw   Fiddle
Johnny Cash   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Joan Baez   Vocals
Leonard Cohen   Vocals
Buffy Sainte-Marie   Vocals
Loudon Wainwright   Vocals
Dan Fogelberg   Vocals
Billy Joel   Piano
Kenny Loggins   Percussion,Vocals
Jim Messina   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Vocals
New Riders of the Purple Sage   Vocals
Pointer Sisters   Vocals
Bonnie Bramlett   Vocals
Pete Drake   Steel Guitar
Alvin Lee   Electric Guitar
Don Nix   Vocals
Billy Swan   Organ
Tony Joe White   Electric Guitar
Jim Keltner   Drums
Larry Gatlin   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Kenny Buttrey   Drums
Charlie Daniels   Electric Guitar,Vocals
Shane Keister   Piano,Moog Synthesizer
Ramblin' Jack Elliott   Vocals
Jerry Eubanks   Saxophone
Willie Hall   Drums
Teddy Irwin   Guitar
Bob Johnston   Organ,Vocals
Sheri Kramer   Vocals
Jack Lee   Electric Piano
Jody Maphis   Percussion,Drums
George McCorkle   Electric Guitar
Roger McGuinn   Guitar (12 String Electric)
Leon Pendarvis   Organ
Gary Scruggs   Percussion,Electric Bass,Vocals
Randy Scruggs   Acoustic Guitar,Banjo,Percussion,Electric Guitar,Vocals
Steve Scruggs   Electric Piano
Lisa Silver   Vocals
Wendy Suits   Vocals
Diane Tidwell   Vocals
Florence Warner   Vocals
Reggie Young   Electric Guitar
Rusty Young   Dobro,Steel Guitar
Michael Murphy   Vocals
David Briggs   Piano
Mirabai Ceiba   Vocals
Tracey Nelson   Vocals
Sandy Rucker   Vocals
Tim Wipperman   Trumpet
Ken Loggins   Percussion,Vocals

Technical Credits

Ron Bledsoe   Remixing,Audio Production
Bob Johnston   Audio Production

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Anniversary Special, Vols. 1-2 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
glauver More than 1 year ago
Earl Scruggs was THE pioneer of the banjo but you would never know it from these two mid Seventies all stars sessions marking his 25th year with Columbia Records. Earl seldom gets a chance to strut his stuff. There are guest stars too numerous to list (Billy Joel, Roger McGuinn, The Pointer Sisters, etc.) from all genres of music. Except for Johnny Cash, they clutter up the songs. Probably because Johnny and Earl were contemporaries, the numbers Cash sing on are highlights. It isn’t a bed set, it just could have been better. Earl’s last recording at the Ryman on Rounder shows what he and his sons could do, and it was recorded over 30 years later!
Guest More than 1 year ago
In light of the huge success of such artists as Bela Fleck, and Alison Brown in the banjo realm, this re-release is way past due. The Earl Scruggs Revue was a great, widely overlooked, band. The number of rock, folk,rhythm and blues, and country stars on this album should give one a quick glimpse of how respected the band was. Earl's sons were, and are great musicians in their own right, and their body of work is just partially represented in these two albums. The music is excellent on this album, a mesh of country, bluegrass, rock, and soul. I am so glad that these albums have been released because the greatest hits album The Revue released a few years ago left me unsatisfied. It was ok, but many, many good songs were left off. I wish ROCKING ACROSS THE COUNTRY would get re-released, for it is the best of all, but these two make me a happy camper. And you walk away knowing why Earl Scruggs is so revered.