Top Flatt & Scruggs Albums
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The Versatile Flatt & Scruggs: Pickin', Strummin' and Singin'
The Versatile Flatt & Scruggs: Pickin', Strummin' and Singin'
[2015]
Nashville Airplane
Nashville Airplane
[2014]
Town and Country
Town and Country
[2014]
Changin' Times
Changin' Times
[2014]
Recorded Live at Vanderbilt University
Recorded Live at Vanderbilt University
[2014]
The Essential
The Essential
[2014]
At Carnegie Hall! (Live)
At Carnegie Hall! (Live)
[2013]
Final Fling: One Last Time (Just For Kicks)
Final Fling: One Last Time (Just For Kicks)
[2013]
Six Pack: Flatt & Scruggs - EP
Six Pack: Flatt & Scruggs - EP
[2011]
Bluegrass Best
Bluegrass Best
[2011]
Bluegrass Jamboree
Bluegrass Jamboree
[2010]
Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms
Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms
[2010]
Foggy Mountain Special
Foggy Mountain Special
[2006]
Foggy Mountain Gospel
Foggy Mountain Gospel
[2005]
Foggy Mountain Jamboree (Expanded Edition) [Bonus Tracks]
Foggy Mountain Jamboree (Expanded Edition) [Bonus Tracks]
[2005]
16 Biggest Hits
16 Biggest Hits
[2002]
'Tis Sweet to Be Remembered - The Essential Flatt & Scruggs
'Tis Sweet to Be Remembered - The Essential Flatt & Scruggs
[1997]
A Boy Named Sue
A Boy Named Sue
[1973]
Breaking Out
Breaking Out
[1970]
The Story of Bonnie and Clyde
The Story of Bonnie and Clyde
[1968]
The Fabulous Sound of Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs
The Fabulous Sound of Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs
[1964]
Folk Songs of Our Land
Folk Songs of Our Land
[1962]
Foggy Mountain Banjo
Foggy Mountain Banjo
[1961]
Songs of Glory
Songs of Glory
[1960]
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When The Angels Carry Me Home Back To The Cross Pearl, Pearl, Pearl Will You Be Lonesome Too Worried Man Blues Amber Tresses Tied In Blue 99 Tears Is Almost For Life A Hundred Years From Now Angel Band Another Ride With Clyde Atlantic Coastal Line Baby Blue Eyes Ballad Of Jed Clampett Barrow Gang Will Get You Little Man Before I Met You Big Black Train Big Spike Hammer Blowin' In The Wind Blue Ridge Cabin Home Bound To Ride Bouquet In Heaven Boy Named Sue Branded Wherever I Go Bringin' In The Georgia Mail Bummin' On Old Freight Train Cabin Home On The Hill Catch The Wind Coal Miner's Blues Come Back Darling Confessing Cora Is Gone Cryin' Holy Unto The Lord Crying Alone Crying My Heart Out Over You Darlin' Corey Detroit City Dig A Little Deeper In The Well Dim Lights Thick Smoke Dixie Home Doin' My Time Don't Get Above Your Raisin' Don't Let Your Deal Go Down Don't Think Twice It's All Right Don't This Road Look Rough And Rocky Down In The Flood Down In The Valley Down The Road Drowned In The Deep Blue Sea East Bound Train Faded Red Ribbon Flint Hill Special Foggy Mountain Special Foggy Mountain Top Folsom Prison Blues Four Strong Winds Gentle On My Mind Girl From The North Country Give Me Flowers While I'm Living Give Mother My Crown God Loves His Children Going Across The Sea Gone Home Good Things (outweight The Bad) Good Times Are Past And Gone Hard Travelin' He Took Your Place Hear The Wind Blow Hello Stranger Homestead On The Farm Honey Just Allow Me One More Chance Hot Corn, Cold Corn Houston I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome I Saw Mother With God Last Night I Still Miss Someone I Walk The Line I Wonder Where You Are Tonight I'd Rather Be Alone I'll Be Going To Heaven Sometime I'll Be No Man's Wife I'll Be On That Good Road Some Day I'll Be Your Baby Tonight I'll Go Stepping Too I'll Just Pretend I'll Never Love Another I'll Never Shed Another Tear I'll Stay Around I'll Take The Blame I'm Gonna Ride That Steamboat I'm Gonna Settle Down I'm Head Over Heels In Love I'm On My Way To Canaan's Land I'm Traveling On And On I'm Waiting To Hear You Call Me Darling I'm Workin' On A Road (to Glory Land) I've Just Seen The Rock Of Ages If I Should Wander Back Tonight If I Were A Carpenter Is It Too Late Now It Ain't Me Babe It Takes One To Know One It Won't Be Long Jackson Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy Joy Bells Ringing In My Soul Kansas City Keep On The Sunny Side Last Public Hanging In West Virginia Legend Of The Johnson Boys Let Those Brown Eyes Smile At Me Like A Rolling Stone Little Darling Pal Of Mine Maggie's Farm Martha White Theme Memphis Tennessee Mr. Tambourine Man My Cabin In Caroline My Little Girl In Tennessee My Saro Jane Nine Pound Hammer Ninety Nine Years Is Almost For Life No Mother In This World No Mother Or Dad Ode To Billie Joe On My Mind On The Rock Where Moses Stood One Too Many Mornings Over The Hills To The Poor House Philadelphia Lawyer Picture Of Bonnie Please Don't Wake Me Prayer Bells Of Heaven Preachin' Prayin' Singin' Rainy Day Women Numbers 12 And 35 Reunion In Heaven Rock Salt And Nails Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms Rose Conelly Roust-a-bout Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town Salty Dog Blues So Happy I'll Be Some Old Day Somehow Tonight Someone Took My Place With You Southbound Starlight On The Rails Stone The Builders Refused Storms Are On The Ocean Sun's Gonna Shine In My Backdoor Someday Take Me Back To Tulsa Take Me In Your Lifeboat Take This Hammer Ten Miles From Natchez The Beverly Hillbillies Thinking About You This Land Is Your Land Till The End Of The World Rolls Around Times They Are A Changin' Tis Sweet To Be Remembered Tonight Will Be Fine Train That Carried My Baby From Town Troublesome Waters Wabash Cannonball Wait For The Sunshine Wanted Man We'll Meet Again Sweetheart When I Left East Virginia When Papa Played The Dobro When The Saints Go Marching In When You Are Lonely Where Have All The Flowers Gone Who Will Sing For Me Why Don't You Tell Me So Will The Roses Bloom Wreck Of The Old 97 You Are My Flower You Can Feel It In Your Soul You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone You're Not A Drop In The Bucket You've Been Fooling Me Baby Your Love Is Like A Flower Get On That Road To Glory The Good Times Outweigh The Bad Father's Table Grace
Related Information for Flatt & Scruggs
Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, and the Foggy Mountain Boys were an influential bluegrass band performing and recording in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.Flatt and Scruggs met as members of Bill Monroe's band, the Blue Grass Boys in 1946. They both left that band early in 1948, and within a few months had formed their own group, the Foggy Mountain Boys. Scruggs' banjo style and Flatt's vocals gave them a distinctive sound that won them many fans. In 1955 they became members of the Grand Ole Opry. Many of the songs on their albums are credited to "Certain and Stacey". These were in fact written by Flatt and Scruggs and various other members of the Foggy Mountain Boys. Certain and Stacey are the maiden names of the wives of F... read more