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Jason & The Scorchers - A Blazing Grace MP3
Performer: Jason & The Scorchers
Title: A Blazing Grace
Label: Mammoth Records
Country: Canada
Released: 1995
Style: Country Rock, Rock & Roll
Cat: MR 101-2
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2008 mb | MP3 size: 2569 mb | WMA size: 1769 mb
Genre: Rock

1Where Bridges Never Burn
Written-By – Jason Ringenberg, Michael Henderson, Perry Baggs
2American Legion Party
Written-By – Ringenberg, Johnson, Baggs, Hodges
3Take Me Home, Country Roads
Written-By – Bill Danoff, John Denver, Taffy Nivert
4Cry By Night Operator
Written-By – Jason Ringenberg, Todd Cerney
5Hell's Gates
Written-By – Ringenberg, Johnson, Baggs, Hodges
6The Shadow Of Night
Written-By – Jason Ringenberg, Wayland Patton
7One More Day Of Weekend
Written-By – Ringenberg, Johnson, Baggs, Hodges
8Why Baby Why
9200 Proof Lovin'
Written-By – Jason Ringenberg, Richard Fagan
10Somewhere Within
Written-By – Ringenberg, Johnson, Baggs, Hodges


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MR0101-2Jason & The Scorchers A Blazing Grace ‎(CD, Album)Mammoth RecordsMR0101-2UK & US1995
MR 101-2Jason & The Scorchers A Blazing Grace ‎(CD, Club)Mammoth RecordsMR 101-2Canada1995
MR 0101-4Jason & The Scorchers Jason & The Scorchers ‎(Cass, Album, Promo)Mammoth RecordsMR 0101-4US1995
PSCW-5343Jason & The Scorchers A Blazing Grace ‎(CD, Album)Mammoth RecordsPSCW-5343Japan1995
MR0101-1Jason & The Scorchers A Blazing Grace ‎(LP, Album)Mammoth RecordsMR0101-1UK1995


  • Art DirectionLane Wurster
  • Bass, Cello [Electric]Jeff Johnson
  • Design [Graphic]Chris Eselgroth
  • Drums, Harmony VocalsPerry Baggs
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Steel Guitar [Lap], Harmony VocalsWarner E. Hodges
  • Engineer [Assistant]Georgie Leith, Leslie Hermsdorfer, Mike Purcell, Tony Collins
  • Executive Producer – Jozef Nuyens
  • Photography [Cover] – Jim Herrington
  • Photography [Live] – Lee Harrelson
  • PianoJerry Dale McFadden
  • ProducerJason & The Scorchers
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByMike Janas
  • Vocals, HarmonicaJason Ringenberg


  • Barcode (Scanned): 035498010125


  • Distributed By – Attic Records Limited
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mammoth Records
  • Copyright (c) – Mammoth Records


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