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END OF THE LANE. AKA and see "Winder Slide." AKA - "End of the Layne." Old-Time, Breakdown. The title supposedly came about because it was the last piece on a privately-circulated tape recording of old-time fiddler Bert Layne, of Skillet Lickers fame. The tune was not introduced or otherwise identified and, since it was at the end of the tape, it was dubbed "End of the Layne." The original title is "Winder Slide", composed by Joe LaRose.

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