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Earl Scruggs: The Bluegrass Legend - Family & Friends (1972)

Musical documentary records Earl Scruggs, Bill Monroe, Scruggs' son Randy, Doc Watson and his son Merle playing and singing together in informal settings. Also includes performances by Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, The Byrds and others

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Earl Scruggs ...
Himself - Host & Performer
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Herself - Performer
The Byrds ...
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Himself - Performer
Bill Monroe ...
Himself - Performer
The Morris Brothers ...
Themselves - Performers
Doc Watson ...
Himself - Performer
Merle Watson ...
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Randy Scruggs ...
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Songs by performer: JOAN BAEZ 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 THE BYRDS Nothin' To It, You Ain't Goin Nowhere BOB DYLAN East Virginia Blues, Nashville Skyline Rag BILL MONROE Little Maggie, Nine Pound Hammer THE MORRIS BROTHERS Salty Dog Blues, Flint Hill Special, On Top Of Old Smokey DOC WATSON John Hardy, Home Sweet Home, Cripple Creek. Written by RegalRhythm

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Documentary | Music

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1972 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Scruggs: A Festival of Music  »

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(DVD)

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