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    One of these guys has gone on to bigger things..the other has gone on too. Gene Johnson..Keith Whitley..1984ish
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    JD..nice beard
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    Jim and Jesse (actually Jesse and Jim)
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    ok..I'm tired..back tomorrow
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    Thanks for sharing - Great pics! - Moose

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    WOW! that must have been something special to be young in that era...priceless! many thanks to your dad, bob. - thank him for us!

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    One of the best threads ever!!.....THANKS.

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    Man! This is the best thread I've ever seen. To me the era dipicted here was the best ever for bluegrass music. So many great players and bands. Lots of new music and songs being tried too.

    Thank you soo much darryl.

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    I can only echo everyone elses "THANKS"! Brilliant.

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    Way, Way cool, Darryl... thanks so much for sharing these... fantastic.
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    These pix need to be collected together into a book. Priceless, intimate shots of stars past, current, and future.

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    It's a good thing Darryl has always liked to take pictures. Cool stuff!

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    Cool pics. Nothing looks as cool as pics from that era....our kids are never going to know that patina that you get from natural light and real film.
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    Thanks for sharing that..looks like a cool old pic archive section needs to be added to your site!

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    This thread should go into the Cafe's Hall of Fame for being hands down the best!!!!!

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    "It's about the journey and not the destination."

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    Quote Originally Posted by (f5journl @ Sep. 19 2005, 14:10)
    Bill and Lester take the stage for the first time in decades 1968
    In 1968? That's sensational. Smith will have to rewrite
    at least one chapter of his bio ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by (Scotti Adams @ Sep. 19 2005, 15:20)
    ...great stuff Darryl.....thanks for the step back in time....Alan...isnt that Ed Mcglothlin on the bass with the 'Gents?...he was there before Ferris....I could be wrong.
    Chubby feller from Rhode Island? He was with the Gents
    in 69 - I believe he joined them at the same time as
    Gaudreau. Ferris was then with Emerson-Waldron.




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    Is it me or isn't Tut-bro a dead ringer for Gene Hackman (Popeye Doyle)?

    I love the photos, more...

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    I concur.

    This has to be the greatest thread to date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (Peter Hackman @ Sep. 20 2005, 01:43)
    Quote Originally Posted by (f5journl @ Sep. 19 2005, 14:10)
    Bill and Lester take the stage for the first time in decades #1968
    In 1968? That's sensational. Smith will have to rewrite
    at least one chapter of his bio ....
    I may have to waffle on that one. #Thats the way I remember it...will check with Dad on that one..(certainly looks that way in the picture to me)

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    They make me feel inspired yet wistful. Truly amazing photos. Thanks for posting them.

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    Thanks for the great pictures! This is really cool.

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    More, more - encore!!

    Darryl - these picutes are phenomenal, thanks for sharing them with us.



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    OK...Josh Graves..1965 at his house
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