Flint Hill Special
Some Old Day
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
Foggy Mountain Chimes
Reunion in Heaven
Lester Flatt (guitar)
Earl Scruggs (banjo).
Chet Atkins, Louis Innis, Ray Edenton (guitar)
Josh Graves (dobro)
Curly Seckler, Everett Lilly (mandolin)
Chubby Wise, Howdy Forrester, Paul Warren, Benny Martin (fiddle)
Ernie Newton, Bob Moore, Jake Tullock (bass instrument)
Mastered for this LP by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio
Available in glorious mono!
Records pressed at RTI
Exhibit Records is proud to present:
"...one of the most important and widely influential albums in the history of American Roots Music."
Three years after leaving Bill Monroe's seminal Blue Grass Boys in 1948, guitarist-vocalist Lester Flatt (1914-1979) and banjo
virtuoso-vocalist Earl Scruggs (1924-2012) recorded the first selections that comprise Foggy Mountain Jamboree, one of the most important
and widely influential albums in the history of American Roots Music. Spanning the years 1951 to 1955, Foggy Mountain Jamboree was
made in Nashville under the watchful eye and empathetic ears of legendary producer Don Law, who saw to it that Flatt & Scruggs' Foggy
Mountain Boys sounded as clean and clear as the water of a Tennessee mountain stream. In addition to their instrumental prowess, Flatt &
Scruggs, plus their featured sidemen (including Curly Seckler or Everett Lilly on mandolin, Benny Martin, Paul Warren, or Howdy Forrester
on fiddle, and Josh "Buck" Graves on dobro), harmonized beautifully, as the vocals throughout this collection attest. Foggy Mountain
Jamboree is nothing less than "an essential part of every bluegrass collection."