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      Quote Originally Posted by Todd
      Nothing. My son is in bed and I am enjoying the silence.
      ....I hear that, BRO.... my little guy just went down ..... :smt003

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      Quote Originally Posted by MissouriMule
      I agree! Nothing better than sitting around a campfire listening to a little Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs.
      OMG I didn't think anyone under 35 even heard of the Foggy Mnt Boys.Old Earls my hewo....that banjer under my 1911's aint just for looks I PLAY scruggs style and fairly well to boot


      Just to clarify...I like Classical,C&W old R&R ,the blues and bluegrass(not much newgrass tho) and Bluegrass is my PASSION
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      Why there's not a thing in the world better than going on a scooter run, bulding a big camp fire and having some pick'in and grin'in. Next morning go out in the woods and have a little shooting match. Come in for the field meet. That is called "GET-R-DONE". I always had to stay the second night too.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Baldy
      Why there's not a thing in the world better than going on a scooter run, bulding a big camp fire and having some pick'in and grin'in. Next morning go out in the woods and have a little shooting match. Come in for the field meet. That is called "GET-R-DONE". I always had to stay the second night too.

      Yee Haw! Sign me and Scooter (and his banjo) up!

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      Quote Originally Posted by scooter
      OMG I didn't think anyone under 35 even heard of the Foggy Mnt Boys.Old Earls my hewo....that banjer under my 1911's aint just for looks I PLAY scruggs style and fairly well to boot


      Just to clarify...I like Classical,C&W old R&R ,the blues and bluegrass(not much newgrass tho) and Bluegrass is my PASSION

      I may be a city girl nowdays, but I love pickin' and grinnin'!

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      Quote Originally Posted by MissouriMule
      I may be a city girl nowdays, but I love pickin' and grinnin'!
      I love playing Flint Hill special, heck even my kids like that one(and bending the strings )

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      Dire Straits - Sultians of Swing.

      Glad to see some Bluegrass lovers..

      Cripple Creek, Orange Blossom Special, Wabash Cannonball lots of great stuff.

      ***

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      Quote Originally Posted by scooter
      I love playing Flint Hill special, heck even my kids like that one(and bending the strings )

      I LOVE Flint Hill Special!


      I also really like Foggy Mountain Breakdown, and who can forget The Ballad of Jed Clampett (speaking of the Foggy Mtn. Boys)!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Clyde
      Cripple Creek, Orange Blossom Special, Wabash Cannonball lots of great stuff.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Clyde
      Dire Straits - Sultians of Swing.

      Glad to see some Bluegrass lovers..

      Cripple Creek, Orange Blossom Special, Wabash Cannonball lots of great stuff.

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      Tried to play orange blossom special once on the banjo...took 3 days ta get my finders un-knotted again..... Now with the beginnings of aurthur-itis I wont even try that again

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      Pat Metheny....before that....Creedence Clearwater.

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      Jars of Clay - "Portrait of an Apology"


      Awesome band, highly recommend.
      "bing bang boom! hair out...hamburger time" - William Murderface

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      Any Deadheads here?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Dustoff '68
      Pat Metheny....before that....Creedence Clearwater.

      Heck Yes!!!!!!

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      Uh keep on chooglin............

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      alan jackson, where were you when the world stopped turning.

      danny

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      Frank Zappa - "Valley Girl"
      "bing bang boom! hair out...hamburger time" - William Murderface

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      I'm listening to the songs on Rockstar Supernova right now.. (on tv)

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      Ok....here's something for the "old guys"....how about Bachman Turner Overdrive?

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      Thumbs up

      [QUOTE=Dustoff '68]Ok....here's something for the "old guys"....how about Bachman Turner Overdrive?[/QUOTE

      BTO......

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