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I'll Just Take The Banjo

We have not mentioned the banjo much around here. Shame on that! I am fond of the instrument for some of the same reasons I am fond of, say, an  376 more words

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Live! From Austin City Limits: The Earl Scruggs Revue

Rating: 80%

So looking through the Country music section at an antique store, I came across the Earl Scruggs Revue “Live” released in 1977. I figured “What the Hell!, I picked up two Lester Flatt records last weekend.” Lester Flatts and Earl Scruggs did release several albums together.  318 more words

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Earl Scruggs Center

“Earl Scruggs is one of the most important historical figures in American ‘roots music.’  His life and music are grounded firmly in the folk culture of the Carolina Piedmont region, drawing on old string-band sounds, singing traditions and the feeling for community and kin that characterize the rural South.  

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On April 5, 1974.

On April 5, 1974, “Columbia” label released “Ragged Old Flag”, the 47th Johnny Cash album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by Johnny Cash and Charlie Brag. 148 more words

Saturday Vinyl

It’s been a productive, albeit exhausting day.  It began with a long run and then followed up with a short bonus drill swim in the pool before a delicious dinner of spicy sweet potato soup and fried perch w/ fingerling potatoes (all washed down with some Fenian Red Ale) at… 633 more words

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