New Grass Revival

New Grass Revival

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Brightly directed by legendary Nashville producer Garth Fundis (his fourth with the band), the simply titled New Grass Revival is another in their strong line of progressive bluegrass recordings. The instrumental prowess of Bela Fleck and Sam Bush take center stage on many songs, including Fleck's signature banjo piece "Seven by Seven." The Grammy-nominated composition (named for its unusual, jazzy time signature) is certainly a highlight, as is the mandolin and banjo conversation on "Someone Like Me." A little less successful is their misguided cover of Marvin Gaye's "Ain't That Peculiar," but the high points outweigh the low, making this one of their more successful releases.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/20/2001
Label: Southern Music Dist.
UPC: 0697035198620
catalogNumber: 1986
Rank: 35518

Album Credits

Performance Credits

New Grass Revival   Primary Artist
Sam Bush   Fiddle,Guitar,Mandolin,Violin,Vocals
Curtis Burch   Guitar,Vocals
John Cowan   Bass Guitar,Vocals
Béla Fleck   Banjo,Guitar,Vocal Harmony
Pat Flynn   Guitar,Vocals
Chris Hammond   Recorder
Courtney Johnson   Banjo,Vocals
Kenny Malone   Conga
Jamie Oldaker   Drums
Tom Roady   Percussion,Conga
Ebo Walker   Bass,Vocals

Technical Credits

Edgar Meyer   String Arrangements
Smokey Robinson   Composer
John Hall   Composer
Garth Fundis   Producer,Engineer
Chris Hammond   Engineer
Warren "Pete" Moore   Composer
Nancy Williams   Director
Robert K. Oermann   Liner Notes
Marvin Tarplin   Composer
John Johnson   Reissue Producer
Henry Marquez   Art Direction
Robert Rogers   Composer
Cindy Simmons   Director
Tom Arnholt   Director

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