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Reply #22: Lester Flatt died in 1979. He and Earl parted less than amicably, I fear. [View All]

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dbt Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jun-18-04 11:58 PM
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22. Lester Flatt died in 1979. He and Earl parted less than amicably, I fear.


That's Lester on the right, inventor of the famous Flatt G-run on guitar, which lives to this day.

Look for something like "Flatt & Scruggs' Greatest Hits", making SURE it's got "Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms" and "Foggy Mountain Breakdown."

CRANK your stereo as loud as you can take it and get ready for every hair on your body to stand straight up.

:bounce:
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