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of the sizable catalogue of flatt scruggs material i believe these mercury recordings their first recordings post bill monroe are their best, fresh off their pioneering stint with bill monroe guitaristvocalist lester flatt and banjo master earl scruggs waxed these 28 seminal cuts for mercury between 1948 and 1950, in all the history of bluegrass music there are only two people in the opinion of this writer without whom bluegrass would not exist as it does today one is bill monroe the other is earl scruggs earl eugene scruggs january 6 1924 march 28 2012 was an american musician noted for popularizing a threefinger banjo picking style now called scruggs style which is a defining characteristic of bluegrass musichis threefinger style of playing was radically different from the usual ways in which the fivestring banjo had traditionally been played, notes this lesson looks at two new right hand back up patterns using roll in my sweet babys arms to demonstrate the lead break it is based upon earl scruggs classic break on the early flatt scruggs recordings made for mercury records in the early fifties which many believe are the finest bluegrass recordings ever made, elvis presley the originals information about 508 original versions of recordings by singer and entertainer elvis presley see when the original was recorded and by whom with interesting historical data the national recording registry is a list of sound recordings that are culturally historically or aesthetically important andor inform or reflect life in the united states the registry was established by the national recording preservation act of 2000 which created the national recording preservation board whose members are appointed by the librarian of congress
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