New Grass Revival discography

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New Grass Revival discography
Releases
Studio albums 9
Live albums 2
Compilation albums 3
Singles 6

The discography of progressive bluegrass group New Grass Revival, spanned two decades (1972 - 1989), comprises 9 studio albums, 2 live albums, and appeared on albums of other artists including Leon Russell and Peter Rowan. Three compilation albums have been released since the group's break-up in 1989.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album US Country Label
1972 New Grass Revival Starday
1975 Fly Through the Country Flying Fish
1977 When the Storm is Over
1979 Barren County
1981 Commonwealth
1984 On the Boulevard Sugar Hill
1986 New Grass Revival 66 EMI
1987 Hold to a Dream Capitol
1989 Friday Night in America

Live albums[edit]

Year Album Label
1977 Too Late to Turn Back Now Flying Fish
1984 Live

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Album Label
1990 Anthology Liberty
1994 Best of New Grass Revival
2005 Grass Roots: The Best of the New Grass Revival Capitol

Collaborations[edit]

Year Album Label
1977 Land of the Navajo (with Peter Rowan) Flying Fish
1981 The Live Album (with Leon Russell) Paradise
1984 Deviation (with Bela Fleck) Rounder
Late as Usual (with Sam Bush)
2001 Rhythm & Bluegrass: Hank Wilson Vol. 4 (with Leon Russell) Leon Russell

Singles[edit]

Year Single Chart Positions Album
US Country CAN Country
1986 "What You Do to Me" 78 New Grass Revival
"Ain't That Peculiar" 53
1987 "Unconditional Love" 44 Hold to a Dream
1988 "Can't Stop Now" 45
1989 "Callin' Baton Rouge" 37 33 Friday Night in America
"You Plant Your Fields" 58 68

Videography[edit]

  • Leon Russell and New Grass Revival: The Live Video (Paradise 1981, Monarch 1994)
  • Austin City Limits #905, recorded November 6, 1983 (PBS February 1984)
  • New Country at the Cannery (TNN 1986)
  • New Country at the Cannery (TNN 1987)
  • Lonesome Pine Special, New Grass Revival (Kentucky Educational Television 1987)

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director
1988 "Can't Stop Now"[1] Michael Salomon
1989 "Callin' Baton Rouge"[2]

References[edit]