Album Notes New Grass Revival: Pat Flynn (vocals, guitar); Sam Bush (vocals, mandolin); Bela Fleck (vocals, banjo); John Cowan (vocals, guitar). Walkin' In Jerusalem" was recorded live at the Toulouse Bluegrass Festival, Toulouse, France on June 3, 1983. An overlooked CD with a couple of standout tracks.
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New Grass Revival was an American progressive bluegrass band founded in 1971, and composed of Sam Bush, Courtney Johnson, Ebo Walker, Curtis Burch, Butch Robins, John Cowan, Béla Fleck and Pat Flynn. They were active between 1971 and 1989, releasing more than twenty albums as well as six singles. Their highest-charting single is "Callin' Baton Rouge", which peaked at No. 37 on the . country charts in 1989 and was a Top 5 country hit for Garth Brooks five years later.
Live is a live album by New Grass Revival, recorded June 3, 1983, during the first bluegrass festival in France, Toulouse Bluegrass Festival, in Toulouse (South of France), and released in 1984. It was the first New Grass Revival album to include Bela Fleck and Pat Flynn. White Freight Liner Blues" (Townes van Zandt). One More Love Song" (Leon Russell). Walking in Jerusalem". Sam Bush - vocals, mandolin, guitar, fiddle.
Tracklist: 1. On The Boulevard, 2. Earth, Water, Wind, & Fire, 3. You’re The Best Friend That I’ve Known, 4. Just 15, 5. County Clare, 6. One More Love Song, 7. You Don’t Knock, 8. One Of These Trains, 9. Get In The Wind, 10. Indian Hills, 11. One Love/People Get Ready. 2. Earth, Water, Wind, & Fire. 3. You’re The Best Friend That I’ve Known. 4. Just 15. 5. County Clare.
Album · 1983 · 13 Songs. More By New Grass Revival. See All. Best of New Grass Revival.
Earth, Water, Wind and Fire, 03:46. You're the Best Friend That I've Known, 03:00. You Don’t Knock, 02:35. Where Do I Go from Here, 05:54. Walkin' In Jerusalem, 03:04.
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On the Boulevard is the sixth studio album by the progressive bluegrass band New Grass Revival, released in 1984. It is the first of four studio album releases from the group's last lineup. View All . Thank you to the following people for keeping this profile up-to-date. Would you like to contribute? Register . Lists. 10 lists, 1,450 members.
|1||On the Boulevard Pat Flynn||New Grass Revival||4:10|
|2||Earth, Water, Wind and Fire Bob Lucas||New Grass Revival||3:46|
|3||You're the Best Friend That I've Known Roger Cook||New Grass Revival||2:58|
|4||Just Is John Cowan||New Grass Revival||2:25|
|5||County Clare Béla Fleck||New Grass Revival||4:08|
|6||One More Love Song Leon Russell||New Grass Revival||3:19|
|7||You Don't Knock William Westbrook||New Grass Revival||2:33|
|8||One of These Trains Pat Flynn||New Grass Revival||3:48|
|9||Get in the Wind||New Grass Revival||3:01|
|10||Indian Hills Sam Bush||New Grass Revival||5:37|
|11||One Love/People Get Ready Bob Marley / Curtis Mayfield||New Grass Revival||3:51|
|12||Where Do I Go from Here?||New Grass Revival||5:52|
|13||Walking in Jerusalem Traditional||New Grass Revival||3:05|
Credits:Sam Bush - Composer, Fiddle, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals
Roger Cook - Composer
John Cowan - Bass, Composer, Vocals
Béla Fleck - Banjo, Composer, Vocals
Pat Flynn - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Garth Fundis - Engineer, Producer
Bob Lucas - Composer
Bob Marley - Composer
Curtis Mayfield - Composer
New Grass Revival - Primary Artist
Leon Russell - Composer
Traditional - Composer
William Westbrook - Composer