CUT of The Day: Earl Scruggs And The Byrds Do Dylan

Check out this clip of 'You Ain't Going Nowhere'

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CUT of the day: 20 September 2007

Today, check out this gem of a video clip – [b]Earl Scruggs[/b] joins [b]The Byrds[/b] on his banjo to perform their version of Bob Dylan’s classic track ‘[b]You Ain’t Goin Nowhere[/b]’ – which The Byrds recorded on their ’68 album ‘Sweetheart Of The Rodeo.’

The clip is taken from the ‘Earl Scruggs, Family and Friends’ Hoffman video collection – where he went out in search of bands who would stretch his banjo picking styles.

[b]Watch him with The Byrds here:[/b]

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