Posted by Banjo Mountain on Tuesday, December 25, 2007
Does anybody know how many Flatt and Scruggs records were made during the carreer of Flatt and Scruggs(1948-1969)? I am trying to collect them.
Here are some I have managed to collect through flea-markets, etc:
Live At Carnegie Hall (1962), The Versatille Flatt and Scruggs (1962), Foggy Mountain Banjo (1961?), Detroit City (1968?), Hard Travelin'/The Ballad of Jed Clampett (1962), Town and Country (?), Country Music (195?), Great Original Recordings Vol. 1 (?), Flatt and Scruggs: The Original Sound (196?), Nashville Airplane (1969), Changin' Times (1969), When The Saints Go Marching In (196?), Greatest Hits (1969), and Songs Of Glory (1962?).
Tuesday, December 25, 2007 @10:55:23 PM
Flatt and Scruggs are also my favorite. I get every album I can get of them. I don't know how many albums they recorded,but there is a book , A Biography of Lester Flatt The Good Things outweigth the Bad that lists some of the albums in the back. I got this book several years ago in the music store in downtown Nashville. There is also 4 dvd's of the Martha White show of Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs if you might be interested. I going to wear my dvds out, I watch them so much. I am proud to hear of your interest in the great Flatt & Scruggs. Sammie
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