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Earl Scruggs Revue - Super Jammin' album

Earl Scruggs Revue - Super Jammin' album
  • Performer Earl Scruggs Revue
  • Title Super Jammin'
  • Date of release 1984
  • Country Canada
  • Style Bluegrass, Country Rock
  • Other formats DMF ASF FLAC DTS VOC MMF AUD
  • Genre Rock / Folk music
  • Size MP3 1325 mb
  • Size FLAC 1774 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 853

Artist name on front cover is "Earl Scruggs Revue" and on spine & labels it's "The Earl Scruggs Revue". A4,B5 remixed at Scruggs Sound Studio.

The Earl Scruggs Revue.

The Earl Scruggs Revue is the title of a recording by Earl Scruggs, released in 1973. Side 1. "If I'd Only Come and Gone" (Shel Silverstein) – 2:55. Tears" (C. T. Fuller) – 2:12. Some of Shelley's Blues" (Michael Nesmith) – 2:57. It Takes a Lot To Laugh, It Takes a Train To Cry" (Bob Dylan) – 4:25. Step It Up And Go" (Blind Boy Fuller) – 2:25. Back Slider's Wine" (Michael Murphey) – 2:33. Side 2. "Down In The Flood" (Bob Dylan) – 2:38. Love In My Time" (S. Young) – . 3.

The music is just fun and fresh and has an appeal that spans many tastes. This album gives me the feeling of sitting-in on a jam session of old friends who are having one heck of a good time. 3 people found this helpful.

Earl Eugene Scruggs (January 6, 1924 – March 28, 2012) was an American musician noted for popularizing a three-finger banjo picking style, now called "Scruggs style," which is a defining characteristic of bluegrass music. His three-finger style of playing was radically different from the traditional way the five-string banjo had previously been played. This new style of playing became popular and elevated the banjo from its previous role as a background rhythm instrument to featured solo status

5 Earl Scruggs Revue. He covered the holes with a piece of metal, which can be seen on the album cover of Foggy Mountain Jamboree. The technique became popular and led to improvement of the design (without drilling holes) by Bill Keith who then manufactured Scruggs-Keith Tuners  . In early 1969, Scruggs formed the Earl Scruggs Revue consisting of two of his sons, Randy (guitar) and Gary (bass) and later Vassar Clements (fiddle), Josh Graves (Dobro) and Scruggs' youngest son, Steve (drums). On November 15, 1969, Scruggs performed live with the newly formed group on an open-air stage in Washington, . at the Moratorium to End.

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A1 Banjo Man
Banjo – Randy ScruggsDobro, Steel Guitar – Rusty YoungDrums – Jim KeltnerElectric Bass, Vocals – Gary ScruggsElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Jim MessinaPercussion, Vocals – Kenny LogginsWritten-By – J. Messina*
A2 The Swimming Song
Acoustic Guitar, Slide Guitar, Banjo [Frail], Percussion – Randy ScruggsBanjo – Earl ScruggsDrums – Kenny ButtreyElectric Bass, Percussion – Gary ScruggsElectric Guitar – Reggie YoungFiddle – Doug KershawPiano – David Briggs Vocals – Loudon Wainwright IIIWritten-By – L. Wainwright III*
A3 Gospel Ship
Banjo, Vocals – Earl ScruggsDrums – Kenny ButtreyElectric Bass, Vocals – Gary ScruggsElectric Guitar – Reggie YoungElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Randy ScruggsPiano – David Briggs Vocals – Joan Baez, Johnny Cash, Loudon Wainwright III, Michael Murphey*Written-By – A. P. Carter
A4 I've Got My Mojo Working
Banjo – Earl ScruggsDrums – Willie HallElectric Bass, Vocals – Gary ScruggsElectric Guitar – Alvin LeePiano – Billy JoelSlide Guitar, Electric Guitar – Randy ScruggsTwelve-String Guitar – Roger McGuinnVocals – Bonnie Bramlett, Waylon JenningsWritten-By – P. Foster*
A5 Bleeker Street Rag
Acoustic Guitar – Randy ScruggsBanjo – Earl ScruggsDrums – Willie HallElectric Bass – Gary ScruggsElectric Guitar – Alvin Lee, Charlie Daniels, Reggie Young, Ron CorneliusOrgan – Leon PendarvisPiano – Billy JoelTwelve-String Guitar – Roger McGuinnWritten-By – R. Scruggs*
B1 Harley
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals – Randy ScruggsBanjo – Earl ScruggsDrums – Jody MaphisElectric Bass, Backing Vocals – Gary ScruggsElectric Piano – Steve ScruggsGuitar – Teddy IrwinPiano – Shane KeisterSteel Guitar – Pete DrakeWritten-By – R. Scruggs*
B2 Rollin' In My Dreams
Acoustic Guitar – Larry Gatlin, Randy ScruggsBacking Vocals – Dan FogelbergBanjo – Earl ScruggsDrums – Willie HallElectric Bass, Vocals – Gary ScruggsElectric Guitar – Reggie YoungOrgan – Bob JohnstonPiano – Leon PendarvisTwelve-String Guitar – Roger McGuinnWritten-By – D. Nix*
B3 Third Rate Romance
Backing Vocals – Bonnie Bramlett, Pointer SistersBanjo – Earl ScruggsDrums – Willie HallElectric Bass, Vocals – Gary ScruggsElectric Guitar – Randy Scruggs, Reggie YoungOrgan – Leon PendarvisPiano – Billy JoelTrumpet – Tim WippermanTwelve-String Guitar – Roger McGuinnWritten-By – R. Smith*
B4 Instrumental In D Minor
Banjo – Earl ScruggsElectric Bass, Percussion – Gary ScruggsElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion – Randy ScruggsPercussion – Jody MaphisWritten-By – E. Scruggs*
B5 Step Out Of Line
Backing Vocals – Mylon LeFevreBanjo – Earl ScruggsDrums – Willie HallElectric Bass, Vocals – Gary ScruggsElectric Guitar – George McCorkleElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Randy ScruggsElectric Guitar, Backing Vocals – Alvin LeeFiddle, Backing Vocals – Charlie DanielsOrgan – Jack LeePiano – Shane KeisterSaxophone – Jerry EubanksTrumpet – Tim WippermanWritten-By – G. Scruggs*


  • Executive-Producer – Randy Scruggs
  • Producer – Bob Johnston (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to B5), Ron Bledsoe (tracks: B1)


Contains previously released material except A4, B5

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 07464-39370-1
  • Matrix / Runout: AL-39370-1B
  • Matrix / Runout: BL 39370-1-A

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FC 39370 Earl Scruggs Revue Super Jammin' ‎(LP) CBS FC 39370 Canada 1984