Grass Roots: The Best of New Grass Revival

Grass Roots: The Best of New Grass Revival

by New Grass Revival


Product Details

Release Date: 06/21/2005
Label: Capitol
UPC: 0724386342522
catalogNumber: 63425

Album Credits

Performance Credits

New Grass Revival   Primary Artist
Sam Bush   Fiddle,Guitar,Mandolin,Vocals,Violectra
Wendy Waldman   Vocal Harmony
Butch Robins   Banjo,Bass
Eddie Bayers   Drums
Curtis Burch   Dobro,Guitar,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Bob Carpenter   Accordion,Vocals
John Cowan   Bass,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Garth Fundis   Vocal Harmony
Jimmie Fadden   Drums
Béla Fleck   Banjo,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Pat Flynn   Guitar,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Jeff Hanna   Guitar,Vocals
Roy M. "Junior" Husky   Upright Bass
Jimmy Ibbotson   Vocals
Courtney Johnson   Banjo,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Kenny Malone   Percussion,Drums
Bob Mater   Drums
Tom Roady   Percussion
Randy Scruggs   Guitar
Ebo Walker   Bass,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Bill Kenner   Mandolin
Michael Clemm   Drums

Technical Credits

Sam Bush   Arranger,Producer,Audio Production
Tom Russell   Engineer
Edgar Meyer   Arranger,String Arrangements
Bob Marley   Composer
John Lennon   Composer
Curtis Mayfield   Composer
Paul McCartney   Composer
Wendy Waldman   Producer,Audio Production
Otis Blackwell   Composer
Richard Adler   Engineer
Curtis Burch   Arranger
Chuck Cochran   Producer,Audio Production
John Cutler   Engineer
Garth Fundis   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Jack Hammer   Composer
Chris Hammond   Engineer
Jeff Hanna   Arranger
Jimmy Ibbotson   Arranger,Audio Production
Courtney Johnson   Arranger
Ron Reynolds   Engineer
Dennis Ritchie   Engineer
Randy Scruggs   Arranger,Producer
Bil VornDick   Engineer
Robert K. Oermann   Liner Notes
Diana Barnes   Art Direction
Guillaume Godet   Engineer
Traditional   Composer

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Grass Roots: The Best of New Grass Revival 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
glauver More than 1 year ago
I was disappointed in the single disc best-of Capitol put out in the 90s. This 2CD set makes up for that collection's lapses. What surprised me was how well the pre-Fleck material matched up with the "classic" years. The band played all sorts of genres but still filtered them through a bluegrass sensibility. They sometimes added percussion but had so much energy that drums were not needed.Sam Bush's original vision was never lost. Although groups like County Cooking were also pioneers of the progressive sound, they were the Allman Brothers or Grateful Dead of bluegrass.