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REVIEW: Earl Scruggs and his band, including his sons, took to the road in search of musicians and music that could push his banjo picking styles to new directions. He tried rock’n’roll, classical, bluegrass, country and mountain music. This DVD was compiled from footage taken at The Grand Ole Opry, at the 1969 Vietnam War Moratorium in Washington, D.C. and in private homes. The camera follows Earl as he and his family travel and sing with music legends from both sides of a culture divide that only music could bridge. Includes memorable performances by popular music greats including Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Doc & Merle Watson, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, The Morris Brothers (Zeke & Wiley), The Byrds with Roger McGuinn, Charlie Daniels and Gil Trythol and his Moog Synthesizer. An absolute must for fans of bluegrass music.
PERFORMANCES: East Virginia Blues / Nashville Skyline Rag / John Hardy / Home, Sweet Home / Cripple Creek / Salty Dog Blues / Flint Hill Special / On Top Of Old Smokey / Nothin’ To It / You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere / Little Maggie / Nine Pound Hammer / My Home’s Across Blue Ridge Mountains / Love Is Just A Four–Letter Word / It Ain’t Me Babe / I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine / If I Were A Carpenter / Lonesome Ruben / Foggy Mountain Breakdown / Black Mountain Rag.