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    Default Article: Scott Napier Giving Away Top 5 Must Have Classic Bluegra


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    Great choices! Got ‘em, which is good since I am way too old to qualify.

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    Way to go, Scott!

    One nit to pick: Tennessee Dream was released in 1977...a great LP, notwithstanding.

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    dang, too old! Great idea though

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    I just watched the 9 minute video. Simply terrific. The testimonials and thoughts of the mandolin/bluegrass greats featured in it were wonderful.

    Well done!

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    Nice idea! Sadly, I too am well out of the age-range for eligibility.
    However, when whichever of you youngsters wins these classic albums and has no way to listen to them... shoot me a PM. I've got the turntable.
    "I play BG so that's what I can talk intelligently about." A line I loved and pirated from Mandoplumb

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    Default Re: Article: Scott Napier Giving Away Top 5 Must Have Classic Blu

    I'm in the age range and entered! Now I just gotta wait....
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    That is a really generous and useful thing to do Scott Napier! It makes me think that since I have recently confirmed that I am not getting any younger that I should do something similar? Maybe we all should follow your example? I got into BG music late -- in the early 70s -- and bought a couple hundred LPs over the next decade or so. They are taking up shelf space and gathering dust despite the fact that I have a nice turntable in the music room.

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