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  • Audio CD (March 1, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
  • ASIN: B0012GMWSE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,598 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Flint Hill Special
2. Some Old Day
3. Earl's Breakdown
4. Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy
5. Foggy Mountain Special
6. It Won't Be Long
7. Shuckin' the Corn
8. Blue Ridge Cabin Home
9. Randy Lynn Rag
10. Your Love Is Like a Flower
11. Foggy Mountain Chimes
12. On My Mind [*]
13. Dear Old Dixie [*]
14. Pray for the Boys [*]
15. Reunion in Heaven

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Three years after parting ways with Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs began making the 1951-55 Columbia recordings that would not only become essential bluegrass--these are some of the most influential tracks in all of American roots music. Includes three bonus cuts.

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A must for Bluegrass lovers!!!
Derek McGuirk
This album will send you back to the days when a wagon pulled up against a barn was a proper stage!
Gerry Robertson
Thank you for this--hubby enjoyed it and was surprised to receive it.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By J. Ross on October 24, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Before its reissuance on CD, there's a reason that "Foggy Mountain Jamboree" was a heavily sought after Flatt & Scruggs LP. It's classic bluegrass of the finest quality. Recorded in Nashville from 1951-1955, it was produced by Don Law who provided for a high level of quality control. Besides Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt, the rest of the band included some of the finest bluegrass ever assembled at the time: Curly Seckler or Everett Lilly (mandolin), Benny Martin, Paul Warren or Howdy Forrester (fiddle), and Josh "Buck" Graves (dobro). While every cut has strong emotional and historical value, I especially like the material that featured Lilly's wonderful tenor voice soaring above Flatt's solid and expressive lead vocal.

The bluegrass classics include Flint Hill Special, Some Old Day, Earl's Breakdown, Jimmie Brown the Newsboy, Foggy Mountain Special, It Won't Be Long, Shuckin' The Corn, Blue Ridge Cabin Home, Randy Lynn Rag, Your Love is Like a Flower, and Reunion in Heaven. The CD reissue adds three new bonus tracks (On My Mind, Dear Old Dixie, Pray for the Boys), as well as new liner notes from Bob Cherry. I never tire of hearing Earl twist those Scruggs tuners in the middle of a breakdown. Also, the songs are a testament to the songwriting abilities of their wives who penned four of the songs including the timeless "Blue Ridge Cabin Home."

At the time of its recording, Flatt & Scruggs toured widely throughout the southeast from Lexington to Tampa, Bristol to Roanoke, and Knoxville to Atlanta. Tennessee-based Martha White Mills thought that they'd be a great band to sponsor and feature on their radio broadcasts, and that support brought them steady weekly paychecks without all the heavy road work.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Karl Fehrenbach on March 26, 2007
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There are two Flatt and Scruggs albums that sum up all you really have to know about bluegrass music. The first is the album "Foggy Mountain Banjo" and the second is "Foggy Mountain Jamboree". Here you have Flatt and Scruggs, two of the icons of the genre, at their peak vocally and instrumentally. The bluegrass classics of "Flinthill Special" and "Earl's Breakdown" are recorded here and are two standards every 5-string banjo player wants to master in order to become worthy to be known as a bluegrass player. The vocals, especially "Blue Ridge Cabin Home" and "Jimmy Brown the Newsboy" are classics that mark a certain era in the development of bluegrass music and define the way it should be done. If you are beginning to build a bluegrass library, this is the cornerstone for your collection. One listen and you'll understand why Flatt and Scruggs were revered the way they were by lovers of this style of music.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Gerry Robertson on December 11, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Pure on the instruments and harmonies, with lyrics long on reflection and meaning. Lester and Earl didn't put this together with the thought of going gold, this is about as true and soulful as bluegrass gets. Even though these two are probably the best pickers that ever lived, they show extraordinary restraint on the slow songs, focusing instead on the story, melody and that trademark harmonizing. And when they pick....well, they light it up. This album will send you back to the days when a wagon pulled up against a barn was a proper stage!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Tom on October 9, 2005
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This is one of the best of the Flatt and Scruggs releases on Columbia. I got my original LP copy back at the beginning of the 1960s, and still treasure it for the great music and instrumental prowess of Lester and Earl and the Foggy Mtn. Boys. You WON'T go wrong with this one, if you're into the vintage sounds of bluegrass music.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B_Street on November 15, 2013
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Bought this for my grandfather who used to play bluegrass for a small town radio station (WBLT) in Bedford, VA in the 1950s. He is now 85 and has dementia. As he has lost his memory, he has managed to hold on to some recollection of his old band. Hoping this CD brings him some joy as he remembers those times, since these boys were his icons at the time.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robin Wiley on October 5, 2005
No Flatt-Scruggs collection is complete without this album. Their second album after the wonderful Foggy Mountain Banjo, this album includes several of Earl Scruggs 'specials' or 'breakdowns'. Also includes a couple Gospels and a couple of Carter Family standards. A must have.
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Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs were alumni of Bill Monroe's "Bluegrass Boys," and you can still sense of bit of Monroe's styling in some of their numbers. However, Earl's banjo style is strictly his own, and does it ever shine and sparkle on this album. The only album that's better is Foggy Mountain Banjo, and that's a tad pricey, to be sure. I just hope they re-issue it and bring the fee down to a more realistic level. This particular album, Foggy Mountain Jamboree, is a darn good one, for it has a lot of Scruggs doing his thing with the tuners he invented. They certainly do add that certain something to the music. In all, this is an excellent album that I can easily recommend to anyone who is "into" Bluegrass.
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This was Lester and Earl's first album for Columbia Records and all the cuts are from the early 1950s. Even on the earlier vinyl lp, the sound was absolutely top-shelf, and performance-wise the band is at its absolute peak. These are also the first recordings (by F&S) to feature the landmark Dobro playing of Josh Graves.
What makes these cuts even more pure sounding, is the absence of Columbia's later studio ambience/reverb-so the recordings presented on this CD sound really up-front and direct.
This is my own choice for "Best Bluegrass Album EVER"-and it definitely belongs in every Bluegrass fan's and every musician's music library.
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