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Flatt & Scruggs

Probably the most famous bluegrass band of all time was Flatt & Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys. They made the genre famous in ways that not even Bill Monroe, who pretty much invented the sound, ever could. Because of a guitar player and vocalist from Tennessee named Lester Flatt and an extraordinary banjo player from North Carolina named Earl Scruggs, bluegrass music has become popular the world over and has entered the mainstream in the world of music.

Like so many other bluegrass legends, Flatt & Scruggs were graduates of Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys. Because of the unique sound they added ("overdrive," one critic called it), Monroe felt let down after Flatt's quality vocals and Scruggs's banjo leads left in 1948. Quickly the two assembled a band that in the opinion of many was among the best ever, with Chubby Wise on fiddle and Jody Rainwater on bass; a later band, with Paul Warren on fiddle and Josh Graves on dobro, was equally superb. With so many extraordinary musicians and the solid, controlled vocals of Flatt, it's no wonder the Foggy Mountain Boys were the band that brought bluegrass to international prominence. From 1948 until 1969, when Flatt & Scruggs split up to pursue different musical directions, they were the bluegrass band, due to their Martha White Flour segment at the Opry and, especially, their tremendous exposure from TV and movies.

Flatt and Scruggs were originally brought together by Monroe in 1945, when they joined a band that also featured fiddler Chubby Wise and bassist Cedric Rainwater. This quintet created the sound of bluegrass and helped bring it to national recognition through radio shows, records, and concerts. After three years with Monroe, Flatt left the mandolinist behind in 1948, and Scruggs followed his lead shortly afterward. The duo formed their own band, the Foggy Mountain Boys. Within a few months, they recruited ex-Blue Grass Boy Rainwater, fiddler Jim Shumate and guitarist/vocalist Mac Wiseman. Initially, the band played on radio stations across the South, landing a record contract with Mercury Records in late 1948. Over the next two years, they toured the U.S. constantly, played many radio shows, and recorded several sessions for Mercury. One of the sessions produced the original version of "Foggy Mountain Breakdown," which would become a bluegrass standard.

In 1951, Flatt & Scruggs switched record labels, signing with Columbia Records. By this point, the band now featured mandolinst/vocalist Curly Seckler, fiddler Paul Warren, and bassist Jake Tullock. Where the careers of other bluegrass and hard country acts stalled in the early and mid-'50s, the Foggy Mountain Boys flourished. One of their first singles for Columbia, "'Tis Sweet to Be Remembered," reached the Top Ten in 1952, and in 1953, the Martha White Flour company sponsored a regular radio show for the group on WSM in Nashville. In 1955, the band joined the Grand Ole Opry. The following year, they added a dobro player called Buck Graves to the lineup.

Flatt & Scruggs reached a new audience in the late '50s, when the folk music revival sparked the interest of a younger generation of listeners. The duo played a number of festivals targeted at the new breed of bluegrass and folk fans. At the same time, country music television programs went into syndication, and the duo became regulars on these shows. In the summer of 1959, Flatt & Scruggs began a streak of Top 40 country singles that ran into 1968 -- their chart performance was directly tied to their increased exposure. The duo's popularity peaked in 1962, when they recorded the theme song to the television sitcom The Beverly Hillbilles. The theme, called "The Ballad of Jed Clampett," became the first number one bluegrass single in early 1963, and the duo made a number of cameos on the show.

The Beverly Hillbilles began a streak of cameo appearances and soundtrack work for Flatt & Scruggs in television and film, most notably with the appearance of "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" in Arthur Penn's 1968 film Bonnie and Clyde. With all of their TV, film, and festival appearances, Flatt & Scruggs popularlized bluegrass music more than any artist, even Monroe. Ironically, that popularity helped drive the duo apart. Scruggs wanted to expand their sound and pushed Flatt to cover Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone" in 1968 as well as land concert appearances in venues that normally booked rock & roll acts. Flatt wanted to continue in a traditional bluegrass vein. Inevitably, the opposing forces came to a head in 1969, and the duo parted ways. Appropriately, Flatt formed a traditional bluegrass band, the Nashville Grass, while Scruggs assembled a more progressive outfit, the Earl Scruggs Revue.

Throughout the '70s, both Flatt and Scruggs enjoyed successful solo careers. In 1979, the duo began ironing out the details of a proposed reunion album, but they were scrapped upon Flatt's death on May 11, 1979.

Scruggs made many albums after his parting with Flatt, highlighted by 1982's The Storyteller and the Banjo Man (with Tom T. Hall) and 2001's Earl Scruggs and Friends (which featured an all-star cast including Johnny Cash, Elton John, Sting, Vince Gill, Albert Lee, Leon Russell, and Steve Martin). Scruggs was often seen on TV as well, often for reunion appearances. He died in Nashville in 2012. In 1985, Flatt & Scruggs were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. ~ David Vinopal
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Foggy Mountain Gospel

Disc 1

1. I'm Working On A Road

2. He Took Your Place

3. Get In Line Brother

4. Brother, I'm Getting Ready To Go

5. Reunion In Heaven

6. Mother Prays Loud In Her Sleep

7. Be Ready For Tomorrow May Never Come

8. You Can Feel It In Your Soul

9. Old Fashioned Preacher

10. It Won't Be Long

11. No Mother In This World

12. Gone Home

13. Bubbling In My Soul

16. Give Mother My Crown

17. Give Me The Flowers While I'm Living

18. Is There Room For Me

19. A Million Years In Glory

20. Heaven

21. Building On Sand

22. Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me

23. He Will Set Your Fields On Fire

24. Let The Church Roll On

25. Paul Silas

26. No Hiding Place Down Here

Disc 2

1. I'm On My Way To Canaan's Land

2. Angel Band

3. When The Angels Carry Me Home

4. I'll Never Be Lonesome Again

5. Get On The Road To Glory

6. Take Me In Your Lifeboat

7. Bubbling In My Soul

8. Heaven

9. Joy Bells

10. Give Me The Flowers While I'm Living

11. You Can Feel It In Your Soul

12. Give Mother My Crown

13. On The Rock Where Moses Stood

14. Where Will I Shelter My Sheep

15. I Saw Mother With God Last Night

16. Go Home

17. Father's Table Grace

18. I'm Walking With Him

19. God Gave Noah The Rainbow Sign

20. When The Saints Go Marching In

21. Troublesome Waters

22. No Mother In This World

23. A Stone The Builders Refused

24. Call Me On Home, Too

25. Wait For The Sunshine

26. Thank God I'm On My Way

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Track List: The Complete Mercury Recordings

1. We'll Meet Again Sweetheart

2. God Loves His Children

3. My Cabin In Caroline

4. I'm Going To Make Heaven My Home

5. Baby Blue Eyes

6. Down The Road

7. Bouquet In Heaven

8. Why Don't You Tell Me So

9. I'll Never Shed Another Tear

10. Foggy Mountain Breakdown

11. No Mother Or Dad

12. Is It Too Late Now?

13. My Little Girl In Tennessee

14. I'll Be Going To Heaven Sometime

15. I'll Never Love Another

16. So Happy I'll Be

17. Doin' My Time

18. Pike County Breakdown

19. Preachin' Prayin' Singin'

20. Cora Is Gone

21. Pain In My Heart

22. Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms

23. Back To The Cross

24. Salty Dog Blues

25. Will The Roses Bloom

26. Take Me In A Lifeboat

27. Farewell Blues

28. I'll Just Pretend

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Track List: Foggy Mountain Breakdown

1. My Cabin In Caroline

2. We'll Meet Again Sweetheart

3. God Loves His Children

4. I'm Going To Make Heaven My Home

5. Baby Blue Eyes

6. Bouquet In Heaven

7. Down The Road

8. Why Don't You Tell Me So

9. Foggy Mountain Breakdown

10. Is It Too Late Now

11. No Mother Or Dad

12. I'll Never Shed Another Tear

13. I'll Be Going To Heaven Sometime

14. So Happy I'll Be

15. My Little Girl In Tennessee

16. I'll Never Love Another

17. Doin' My Time

18. Pike County Breakdown

19. Cora Is Gone

20. Preachin', Prayin', Singin'

21. Pain In My Heart

22. Back To The Cross

23. Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms

24. Farewell Blues

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Track List: 1948 - 1959 (Box Set)

Disc 1

1. God Loves His Children

2. I'm Going To Make Heaven My Home

3. We'll Meet Again Sweetheart

4. My Cabin In Caroline

5. Baby Blue Eyes

6. Bouquet In Heaven

7. Down The Road

9. I'll Never Shed Another Tear

10. No Mother Or Dad

11. Is It Too Late Now

12. Foggy Mountain Breakdown

13. I'll Be Going To Heaven Sometime

14. So Happy I'll Be

15. My Little Girl In Tennessee

16. I'll Never Love Another

17. Doin' My Time

18. Pike County Breakdown

19. Cora Is Gone

20. Preachin', Prayin', Singin'

21. Pain In My Heart

22. Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms

23. Back To The Cross

24. Farewell Blues

25. Old Salty Dog Blues

26. Take Me In A Lifeboat

27. Will The Roses Blooom

28. I'll Just Pretend

Disc 2

1. Come Back Darling

2. I'm Head Over Heels In Love

3. I'm Waiting To Hear You Call Me Darling

4. The Old Home Town

5. I'll Stay Around

6. We Can't Be Darlings Anymore

7. Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy

8. Somehow Tonight

9. Don't Get Above My Raising

10. I'm Working On A Road

11. He Took Your Place

12. I've Lost You

13. 'tis Sweet To Be Remembered

14. I'm Gonna Settle Down

15. Earl's Breakdown

16. I'm Lonesome And Blue

17. Over The Hills To The Poorhouse

18. My Darling's Last Goodbye

19. Get In Line Brother

20. Brother, I'm Getting Ready To Go

22. Flint Hill Special

23. Thinking About You

24. If I Should Wander Back Tonight

25. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke

26. Dear Old Dixie

Disc 3

1. Reunion In Heaven

2. Pray For The Boys

3. I'll Go Stepping Too

4. I'd Rather Be Alone

5. Foggy Mountain Chimes

6. Someone Took My Place With You

7. Mother Prays Loud In Her Sleep

9. Your Love Is Like A Flower

10. Be Ready For Tomorrow May Never Come

11. Till The End Of The World Rolls Around

12. You're Not A Drop In The Bucket

13. Don't This Road Look Rough And Rocky

14. Foggy Mountain Special

15. You Can Feel It In Your Soul

16. Old Fashioned Preacher

17. Before I Met You

18. I'm Gonna Sleep With One Eye Open

19. Randy Lynn Rag

20. On My Mind

21. Blue Ridge Cabin Home

22. Some Old Day

23. It Won't Be Long

24. No Mother In This World

25. Gone Home

26. Bubbling In My Soul

27. Joy Bells

28. What's Good For You

Disc 4

1. No Doubt About It

2. Who Will Sing For Me

3. Give Mother My Crown

4. Six White Horses

5. Shuckin' The Corn

7. Don't Let Your Deal Go Down

8. A Hundred Years From Now

9. Give Me The Flowers While I'm Living

10. Is There Room For Me

12. Let Those Brown Eyes Smile At Me

13. I'll Never Shed Another Tear

14. I Won't Be Hanging Around

15. I Don't Care Anymore

16. Big Black Train

17. Mama's And Daddy's Little Girl

18. Crying Alone

19. A Million Years In Glory

20. Heaven

21. Building On Sand

22. Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me

23. Crying My Hear Out Over You

24. Ground Speed

25. Who Knows Right From Wrong

26. Iron Curtain

27. Cabin On The Hill

28. Someone You Have Forgotten

29. Foggy Mountain Rock

30. You Put Me On My Feet

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Track List: 1959 - 1963 (Box Set)

Disc 1

1. I'm On My Way To Canaan's Land

2. Angel Band

3. When The Angels Carry Me Home

4. I'll Never Be Lonesome Again

5. Get On The Road To Glory

6. Take Me In Your Lifeboat

7. Bubbling In My Soul

8. Heaven

9. Joy Bells

10. Give Me Flowers While I'm Living

11. You Can Feel It In Your Soul

12. Give Mother My Crown

14. I've Lost You Forever

15. Polka On A Banjo

17. Shuckin' The Corn

18. Home Sweet Home

20. Cripple Creek

21. Reuben

22. John Henry

23. Cumberland Gap

24. Lonesome Road Blues

25. Sally Goodwin

26. Little Darlin' Pal Of Mine

27. Sally Ann

28. Bugle Call Rag

Disc 2

2. If I Should Wander Back Tonight

5. False Hearted Lover

6. Pickin' In The Wildwood

7. The Homestead On The Farm

8. Foggy Mountain Top

9. You Are My Flower

10. Forsaken Love

11. The Storms Are On The Ocean

12. Gathering Flowers From The Hillside

13. Worried Man Blues

14. On The Rock Where Moses Stood

15. Keep On The Sunny Side

16. Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy

17. Just Ain't

18. Where Will I Shelter My Sheep

19. I Saw Mother With God Last Night

20. Go Home

Disc 3

1. The Legend Of The Johnson Boys

2. All The Good Times Are Past And Gone

3. George Alley's F.F.V.

4. This Land Is Your Land

5. Philadelphia Lawyer

6. Sun's Gonna Shine In My Back Door Some Day

7. Hear The Wind Blow

8. I'll Be No Man's Wife

9. McKinley's Gone

10. Nine Pound Hammer

11. Ellen Smith

12. Life Of Trouble

13. The Ballad Of Jed Clampett

17. Over The Hills To The Poorhouse

18. New York Town

25. Coal Miner's Blues

Disc 4

1. Pearl Pearl Pearl

5. I'm Troubled

6. My Saro Jane

9. You Are My Flower

Disc 5

1. Salty Dog Blues

2. Durham's Reel

3. Down The Road

4. Rainbow

5. Big Ball In Brooklyn

6. Flint Hill Special

7. Dig A Hole In The Meadow

8. I Hung My Head And Cried

9. Hot Corn, Cold Corn

10. Little Darlin' Pal Of Mine

11. You Can't Stop Me From Dreaming

12. Footprints In The Snow

13. The Martha White Theme

14. I Wonder Where You Are Tonight

16. He Will Set Your Fields On Fire

17. Let The Church Roll On

18. Wildwood Flower

20. Fiddle And Banjo

21. Old Leather Britches

22. Ballad Of Jed Clampett

23. Yonder Stands Little Maggie

24. Reuben

25. Mama Blues

26. I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome

27. Foggy Mountain Rock

28. Take This Hammer

29. McKinley's Gone

30. Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms

31. Gotta Travel On

32. Mountain Dew

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Track List: Foggy Mountain Banjo

1. Ground Speed

2. Home Sweet Home

3. Sally Ann

4. Little Darlin' Pal Of Mine

5. Reuben

6. Cripple Creek

8. John Henry

10. Sally Goodwin

11. Bugle Call Rag

12. Cumberland Gap

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This is creepy but it works. You will be kissed by the love of your life on the nearest Friday. Repost this on 15 songs in 143 mins. If you don't you will have bad luck. When you are done press the space bar and your crush's name will appear in big letters.
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One word AMAZING
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like this, I'm a country boy
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Great job guys��
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Really great pickin there. Love it.
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Flatt and Scruggs got it all...yup, got it all!
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nothing but the best
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Hard to go wrong with these guys.
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When one hears Flatt & Scruggs performing gospel, their voices flow through your soul- leaving peace and tranquility! ! !
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This music is impressive.
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The real deal
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Good music never grows old.
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Talk about talent - Glad I found them!
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I would love to call either MR Flatt or Mr Scruggs my kin! I'll always say they are the epitome of perfection.. .
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Lester was my great grandpa cousin. I never got to meet him. love his music. My grandma name is cleta flat. Now Becker
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They were, are, & will forever be the definition of PERFECTION!
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I tend to focus much of my attention on Mr Scruggs, however, Mr Flatt had such a hauntingly beautiful voice. After all the years of listening to them it just hit me like lightening, what an amazing voice he had -never too old to learn...
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I'm not one who is impressed by anyone of fame - but given the chance, I would have been speechless if ever I could have met Mr Flatt & Mr Scruggs! They are another bit of my music that is always going on my flights.
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love the music, as a lad just knew it was a banjo and guitar, then one day the Beverly Hillbillies had Flatt & Scruggs on. I was so happy to have a name. Still did not know I was a bluegrass fan. I just said, like country music. In the 90s I got a clue and started old time blue grass.
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Flatt & Scruggs are in a league which can never be replicated. They were products of their families, harsh times and they epitomised what motivation, ingenuity & extraordinar y talent produces!! They are genuine role models.
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been playing banjo for bout 3 yrs , my goal is to play close to earl ! the best . least to me !
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Traditional country /bluegrass especially Flatt and Scruggs, just makes you feel the music throughout your soul. RIP Mr. Scruggs and Mr. Flatt! You left a legacy!!
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Best piece of music that portrays Americana in its' most beautiful form!
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Great Band and music.
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I'm from the Chicago land il area.but i love this music. It lights up my soul! It makes me proud to live in the USA. :)
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I love this stuff. Earl Scruggs was beyond the beyond incredible.
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Not many will remember a great concert in the late 1950's at Foot Guard Hall in Hartford CT, featuring Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs, with a young Cambridge, MA folksinger named Joan Baez in her first public professional appearance. It was fantastic, particularly when they finished together with When the Saints Come Marching In together! Wonderful memories of the music that has sustained me throughout my life.
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Only kind of music worth listening to!
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Good lookin. Boys
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Flatt & Scruggs, cut my teeth on the theme song to the Beverly Hillbillies and when they did a guess spot, slipped further into pond.
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Year subscription I have and loving it. Christmas Present.
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louisemk
Yah.. Flats and Scruggs. Check out seldom scene
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I have listened to bluegrass my entire life and I absolutely love it. It's my favorite kind of music and I'm only 13.
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If M.Ds had any sense they would prescribe bluegrass instead of Prozac
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I love bluegrass I spent 17 years in my where I was burned . There is where I llistened
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I fell in love with bluegrass music when I was 17. Now I'm 59 and love it even more. Flatt and Scruggs and Eric Weisberg are among my favorites. I take my 100 year old grandma around town in my truck and play bluegrass. She can't sit still! Dancing and singing along down the road. It's priceless!
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I'm from North Carolina and I love Lester Flatts and Earl Scruggs!
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I surprised my husband when I embraced his love for bluegrass and now I can identify Earl Scrugg banjo anywhere! Music is universal... B l u e g r a s s music takes you to a simple, better way of life,
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My kind of music and I am from, Southern California, yall. :o)))
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melchioranth o n y
great roots music. blue grass and celtic.well done
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Great music. But this bio is pretty badly written.
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This music and its theme is still appreciated and enjoyed by a greater portion of the population in this country than is realized by the Madison Avenue types that are out of touch with reality most of the time
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Lester flatt and Scruggs was a good blue grass singers lester died 1973 and Scruggs in 2011 thes guys were great
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This is the kind of music i grew up on, Nothing better than good ole Bluegrass Gospel music
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Its kinda weird reading this cause My last name is Scruggs and I'm closely related to Earl Scruggs
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Love this classic music!!
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I don't really care for county , but these boys can play
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