Friday Night in America

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Friday Night in America
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Studio album by New Grass Revival
Released 1989
Genre Progressive bluegrass, country, folk rock
Length 40:05
Label Capitol
Producer Garth Fundis, Wendy Waldman
New Grass Revival chronology
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Best of New Grass Revival
(1994)Best of New Grass Revival1994
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Friday Night in America is the ninth and final studio album by progressive bluegrass band New Grass Revival, released in 1989. The song includes the single "Callin' Baton Rouge", the band's only Top 40 hit on Hot Country Songs. Both it and "Do What You Gotta Do" were later released as singles by Garth Brooks: the former in 1993 from his album In Pieces, and the latter in 2000 from his album Sevens.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Friday Night in America" (Pat Flynn, Russell Smith)
  2. "You Plant Your Fields" (Wendy Waldman, Donny Lowery)
  3. "Let's Make a Baby King" (Jesse Winchester)
  4. "Do What You Gotta Do" (Flynn)
  5. "Let Me Be Your Man" (Kim Ritchey)
  6. "Lila" (Flynn)
  7. "Callin' Baton Rouge" (Dennis Linde)
  8. "Whatever Way the Wind Blows" (Marshall Crenshaw)
  9. "Big Foot" (Béla Fleck)
  10. "Angel Eyes" (John Hiatt, Fred Koller)
  11. "I'm Down" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney)


Additional musicians and staff[edit]

  • Eddie Bayers - drums
  • Garth Fundis - backing vocals, producer
  • Caroline Greyshock - photography
  • Bob Mater - drums
  • Denny Purcell - mastering engineer
  • Dennis Ritchie - recording engineer, mixing
  • Tom Roady - percussion
  • Wendy Waldman - backing vocals, producer

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