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Chet Atkins

Without Chet Atkins, country music may never have crossed over into the pop charts in the '50s and '60s. Although he recorded hundreds of solo records, Atkins' largest influence came as a session musician and a record producer. During the '50s and '60s, he helped create the Nashville sound, a style of country music that owed nearly as much to pop as it did to honky tonks.

And as a guitarist, he was without parallel. Atkins' style grew out of his admiration for Merle Travis, expanding Travis' signature syncopated thumb and fingers roll into new territory. Interestingly, Atkins didn't begin his musical career by playing guitar. On the recommendation of his older brother, Lowell, he began playing the fiddle at a child. However, Chet was still attracted to the guitar, and at the age of nine he traded a pistol for a guitar. Atkins learned his instrument rapidly, becoming an accomplished player by the time he left high school in 1941. Using a variety of contacts, he wound up performing on the Bill Carlisle Show on WNOX in Knoxville, TN, as well as becoming part of the Dixie Swingers. Atkins worked with Homer & Jethro while he was at the radio station. After three years, he moved to a radio station in Cincinnati.

Supporting Red Foley, Atkins made his first appearance at the Grand Ole Opry in 1946. That same year, he made his first records, recording for Bullet. Atkins also began making regular performances on the WRVA radio station in Richmond, VA, but he was repeatedly fired because his musical arrangements differed from the expectations of the station's executives. He eventually moved to Springfield, MO, working for the KWTO station. A tape of one of Atkins' performances was sent to RCA Victor's office in Chicago. Eventually, it worked its way to Steve Sholes, the head of country music at RCA. Sholes had heard Atkins previously, and had been trying to find him for several years. By the time Sholes heard the tape, Atkins had moved to Denver, and was playing with Shorty Thompson & His Rangers. Upon receiving the call from RCA, he moved to Nashville to record.

Once he arrived in Nashville, Atkins recorded eight tracks for the label, five of which featured the guitarist singing. Impressed by his playing, Sholes made Atkins the studio guitarist for all of the RCA studio's Nashville sessions in 1949. The following year, Mother Maybelle and the Carter Sisters hired him as a regular on the Grand Ole Opry, making his place in Nashville's musical community secure. While he worked for RCA, he played on many hit records and helped fashion the Nashville sound. RCA appreciated his work and made him a consultant to the company's Nashville division in 1953. That year, the label began to issue a number of instrumental albums that showcased Atkins' considerable talents. Two years later, he scored his first hit with a version of "Mr. Sandman"; it was followed by "Silver Bell," a duet with Hank Snow. By the late '50s, Atkins was known throughout the music industry as a first-rate player. Not only did his records sell well, he designed guitars for Gibson and Gretsch; the popularity of these models continues to the present day.

Sholes left for New York in 1957 to act as head of pop A&R, leaving Atkins as the manager of RCA's Nashville division. However, the guitarist didn't abandon performing, and throughout the early '60s his star continued to rise. He played the Newport Jazz Festival in 1960; in 1961, he performed at the White House. Atkins had his first Top Five hit in 1965 with a reworking of Boots Randolph's "Yakety Sax," retitled "Yakety Axe"; in addition to being a sizable country hit, the song crossed over to the pop charts. Atkins' role behind the scenes was thriving as well. He produced hits for the majority of RCA's Nashville acts, including Elvis Presley and Eddy Arnold, and discovered a wealth of talent, including Don Gibson, Waylon Jennings, Floyd Cramer, Charley Pride, Bobby Bare, and Connie Smith. Because of his consistent track record, Atkins was promoted to vice president of RCA's country division when Sholes died in 1968.

The following year, Atkins had his last major hit single, "Country Gentleman." In the late '60s and early '70s, several minor hits followed, but only one song, "Prissy" (1968), made it into the Top 40. Instead, the guitarist's major musical contribution in the early part of the '70s was with Homer & Jethro. Under the name the Nashville String Band, the trio released five albums between 1970 and 1972. Following Homer's death, Atkins continued to work with Jethro.

Atkins continued to record for RCA throughout the '70s, although he was creatively stifled by the label by the end of the decade. The guitarist wanted to record a jazz album, but he was met with resistance by the label. In 1982, he left the label and signed with Columbia, releasing his first album for the label, Work It Out With Chet Atkins, in 1983. During his time at Columbia, Atkins departed from his traditional country roots, demonstrating that he was a bold and tasteful jazz guitarist as well. He did return to country on occasion, particularly on duet albums with Mark Knopfler and Jerry Reed, but by and large, Atkins' Columbia records demonstrated a more adventurous guitarist than was previously captured on his RCA albums.

Sadly, Atkins was diagnosed with cancer, and in 1997 doctors removed a tumor from his brain. In his last months, the cancer had made Atkins inactive, and he finally lost the battle on June 30, 2001, at his home in Nashville. Throughout his career, Chet Atkins earned numerous awards, including 11 Grammy awards and nine CMA Instrumentalist of the Year honors, as well as a Lifetime Achievement Award from NARAS. Although his award list is impressive, it only begins to convey his contribution to country music. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Music From Nashville, My Hometown / Chet Atkins

1. Prancin' Filly

2. Sidewalks Of Nashville

3. Solo Soul

4. Summer Sunday

6. Ain't We Got Fun

7. Yours

8. Love Offering

9. George's Theme

10. Lonesome Road

11. Foggy Mountain Top

12. Truck Drivers Blues

13. Bandera

14. Make The World Go Away

16. Oklahoma Hills

17. Just Out Of Reach

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Track List: The Essential Chet Atkins: The Columbia Years

1. Bourree

2. Cosmic Square Dance

3. Wobegon (The Way It Used To Be)

4. Maybelle

5. Dixie McGuire (feat. Tommy Emmanuel)

6. Jam Man

7. Poor Boy Blues (feat. Mark Knopfler)

8. Road To Gundaghi / Waltzing Matilda (feat. Tommy Emmanuel)

9. Sneakin' Around (feat. Jerry Reed)

10. Dream

11. After You've Gone

12. I'll See You In My Dreams (feat. Mark Knopfler)

13. Young Thing

14. Imagine

15. So Soft, Your Goodbye (feat. Mark Knopfler)

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Track List: Mr. Atkins - Guitar Picker / Finger Picking Good

1. Kicky

2. You're Just In Love

3. Early Times

4. Walk, Don't Run

5. El Cumbanchero

6. Anna

7. Love Letters

8. Yankee Doodle Dixie

9. Shadow Waltz

10. Satan's Doll

11. Wheels

12. Levee Walking

13. Cattle Call

14. Old Joe Clark

15. Yakety Axe

16. How's The World Treating You

17. Wimoweh

18. Blowin' In The Wind

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Track List: And Is Guitar / Guitar Genius

1. The Bells Of St. Mary's

2. Centipede Boogie

3. Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup

4. Rubber Doll Rag

5. Peek-A-Boo Moon

6. Barber Shop Rag

7. Kentucky Derby

8. Mountain Melody

9. High Rockin' Swing

11. Stephen Foster Medley

12. Walkin' On Strings

13. Heartbreak Hotel

14. Swanee River

15. Blackjack

16. I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time

18. It's Now Or Never

19. Out Of Nowhere

20. Hidden Charm

21. Even Tho'

22. When Day Is Done

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Track List: Inducted Into The Hall Of Fame 1973

1. Yakety Axe

2. Mr. Sandman

3. Petite Waltz

4. Rocky Top

5. So Rare

8. The Poor People Of Paris (Jean's Song)

9. Walk Don't Run

10. Amazing Grace

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Track List: Chet Picks On The Grammys

1. Tears

2. Nut Sunday

3. Snowbird

4. I'll See You In My Dreams

5. The Entertainer

6. Caravan

7. Ready For The Times To Get Better

8. Cosmic Square Dance

9. So Soft, Your Goodbye

10. Poor Boy Blues

11. Sneakin' Around

12. Young Thing

13. Jam Man

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Track List: RCA Country Legends

1. Yes Ma'am

2. Petite Waltz

3. One Man Boogie

4. Prissy

5. Barber Shop Rag

6. Carnavalito

7. Boo Boo Stick Beat

8. Cecilia

9. Royal Garden Blues

11. Tiger Rag

13. Boogie Man Boogie

14. Cherokee

15. A Little Bit Of Blues

16. Liza

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Track List: The Master And His Music

1. Mister Sandman

2. Black Mountain Rag

3. A Taste Of Honey

4. Country Gentleman

5. Do I Ever Cross Your Mind

6. Main Street Breakdown

7. Yesterday

8. Blue Angel

9. Cascade

10. Boo Boo Stick Beat

11. Silver Bell

12. The Streets Of Laredo

13. It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)

14. Jerry's Breakdown

15. Yakety Axe

16. Over The Rainbow

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Track List: Guitar Legend The RCA Years

Disc 1

1. Canned Heat

2. The Nashville Jump

3. Dizzy Strings

4. Tellin' My Troubles To My Old Guitar

5. Dance Of The Goldenrod

6. Galloping On The Guitar

7. Centipede Boogie

8. Main Street Breakdown

9. Indian Love Call

10. Mountain Melody

11. Jitterbug Waltz

12. Rainbow

13. Nobody's Sweetheart

14. Chinatown, My Chinatown

15. Fiddle Patch (With The Country All Stars)

16. (When It's) Darkness On The Delta

17. High Rockin' Swing

18. Guitars On Parade

19. Oh By Jingo!

20. The Bells Of St. Mary's

21. Country Gentleman

22. Memphis Blues

23. Downhill Drag

24. Ballin' The Jack

25. Silver Bell

Disc 2

1. Mister Sandman

2. New Spanish Two Step

3. The Poor People Of Paris (Jean's Song)

4. Tweedlee Dee

5. (The Wallflower) Dance With Me, Henry

6. Blue Ocean Echo

7. Trambone

8. Dig These Blues

9. Yesterdays

10. Walk, Don't Run

11. Hot Toddy

12. Slinkey

13. Frankie And Johnny

14. Windy And Warm

15. Early Times

16. Satan's Doll

17. So Rare

18. Yakety Axe

19. Blue Angel

20. Steeplechase Lane

21. Black Mountain Rag

22. Take Five

23. Blue Finger

24. Cascade

25. Carolina Shout

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Track List: Galloping Guitar: The Early Years

Disc 1

1. Guitar Blues

2. Brown Eyes Cryin' In The Rain

3. Ain"tcha Tired Of Makin' Me Blue

4. I'm Gonna Get Tight

5. Canned Heat

6. Standing Room Only

7. Don't Hand Me That Line

8. Big Dance

9. (I Know My Baby Love Me) In Her Own Peculiar Way

10. The Nashville Jump

11. My Guitar Is My Sweetheart

12. I'm Pickin' The Blues

13. Gone, Gone, Gone

14. Barnyard Shuffle

15. Save Your Money

16. (I May Be Color Blind But) I Know When I'm Blue

17. I've Been Working On The Guitar

18. Dizzy Strings

19. Money, Marbles And Chalk

20. Wednesday Night Waltz

21. Guitar Waltz

22. Telling My Troubles To My Old Guitar

23. Dance Of The Goldenrod

24. Galloping Guitar

25. Barber Shop Rag

26. Centipede Boogie

Disc 2

1. Under The Hickory Nut Tree

2. I Was Bitten By The Same Bug Twice

3. One More Chance

4. The Old Buck Dance

5. Boogie Man Boogie

6. Main Street Breakdown

7. Confusin'

8. Music In My Heart

9. Indian Love Call

10. Birth Of The Blues

11. Mountain Melody

12. You're Always Brand New

13. My Crazy Heart

14. Hybrid Corn

15. Jitterbug Waltz

16. One Man Boogie (Take H)

17. Crazy Rhythm (Instrumental)

19. Rustic Dance

20. Rainbow

21. In The Mood

22. Spanish Fandango

23. Midnight

24. Good-Bye Blues

25. Your Mean Little Heart

26. Sweet Bunch Of Daisies

27. Blue Gypsy

28. The Third Man Theme

29. One Man Boogie (Take D)

Disc 3

1. St. Louis Blues

2. Nobody's Sweetheart

3. Lover Come Back To Me

4. Stephen Foster Medley

5. Hangover Blues

6. Imagination

7. Black Mountain Rag

8. Guitar Polka

9. Dream Train

10. Meet Mr. Callaghan

11. Chinatown, My Chinatown

12. High Rockin' Swing

13. Pig Leaf Rag

14. Oh By Jingo!

16. The Bells Of St. Mary's

17. Country Gentleman

18. Memphis Blues

19. Alice Blue Gown

20. 12th Street Rag

21. Peeping Tom

22. Three O'Clock In The Morning

23. Georgia Camp Meeting

24. City Slicker

25. Dill Pickle Rag

26. Rubber Doll Rag

27. Beautiful Ohio

28. Kentucky Derby

29. Wildwood Flower

30. Guitars On Parade

31. Simple Simon

32. Rubber Doll Rag

Disc 4

1. Get Up And Go

2. Pagan Love Song

3. Beautiful Ohio

4. Downhill Drag

5. Avalon

6. Sunrise Serenade

7. San Antonio Rose

8. Set A Spell

9. Mister Misery

10. Get Up And Go

11. South

12. Alabama Jubilee

13. Corrine, Corrina

14. Indiana (Back Home In Indiana)

15. Red Wing

16. Frankie And Johnnie

17. A Gay Ranchero

18. Ballin' The Jack

19. Honeysuckle Rose

20. Darktown Strutters Ball

21. The Old Spinning Wheel

22. Silver Bells

23. Under The Double Eagle

24. The Birth Of The Blues

25. Have You Ever Been Lonely

26. Caravan

27. Old Man River

28. Mister Sandman

29. New Spanish Two Step

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Track List: Picks On The Beatles

1. I Feel Fine

2. Yesterday

3. If I Fell

4. Can't Buy Me Love

5. I'll Cry Instead

6. Things We Said Today

7. Hard Day's Night

8. I'll Follow The Sun

9. She's A Woman

10. And I Love Her

11. Michelle

12. She Loves You

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Track List: Back Home Hymns

1. Take My Hand, Precious Lord

2. Amazing Grace

3. Will The Circle Be Unbroken

4. In The Garden

5. When They Ring The Golden Bells

6. Just As I Am

7. Further Along

8. Just A Closer Walk With Thee

9. The Old Rugged Cross

10. Lonsesome Valley

11. God Be With You

12. Were You There

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Track List: Caribbean Guitar

1. Mayan Dance

2. Yellow Bird

3. Wild Orchids

4. The Bandit

5. Jungle Dream

6. The Banana Boat Song

7. Montego Bay

8. Theme From 'Come September'

9. Moon Over Miami

10. Come To The Mardi Gras

11. The Enchanted Sea

12. Temptation

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Track List: Silver Bell, Vol. 1

1. Caravan

2. Under The Double Eagle

3. Silver Bell

4. Honeysuckle Rose

5. A Gay Ranchero

6. Get Up And Go

7. Mister Misery

8. San Antonio Rose

9. Wildwood Flower

10. Country Gentleman

11. Mister Sandman

12. New Spanish Two Step

13. Unchained Melody

14. Blues In The Night

15. Tenderly

16. Minute Waltz

17. Minuet

18. La Golondrina

19. Memphis Blues

20. St. Louis Blues

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Track List: Silver Bell, Vol. 2

1. Jitterbug Waltz

2. Birth Of The Blues

3. Indian Love Call

4. Main Street Breakdown

5. Galloping On The Guitar

6. Dizzy Strings

7. Barnyard Shuffle

8. The Nashville Jump

9. Canned Heat

10. Guitar Blues

11. Crazy Rhythm

12. Rustic Dance

13. Rainbow

14. Spanish Fandango

15. Blue Gypsy

16. Theme From "The Third Man"

17. Chinatown, My Chinatown

18. Pig Leaf Rag

19. Peeping Tom

20. Kentucky Derby

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Track List: The Essential Chet Atkins

1. Mr. Sandman

2. The Poor People Of Paris (Jean's Song)

3. Boo Boo Stick Beat

4. Alley Cat

5. Travelin'

6. Yakety Axe

7. Yesterday

8. Blue Angel

9. Theme From Zorba The Greek

10. Snowbird

11. Steeplechase Lane

12. Jerry's Breakdown

13. Black Mountain Rag

14. Fiddlin' Around

15. Somewhere My Love

16. The Entertainer

17. Londonderry Air

18. On My Way To Canaan's Land

19. Tennessee Rag / Beaumont Rag

20. Chet's Medley

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Me and My Guitar - a prized LP o this day
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He also influenced George Harrison, Mike Nesmith and countless others
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I love your songs
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Chet,changed the course of my guitar playing forever. He influenced me to put down a flat pick and start fingerpickin g , that was 10 years ago and I haven't looked back.
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Maybe we have to get back early next to��
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! Can you please go to move move to Orlando can you please send cool
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The most "gifted" guitarist mankind has seen/heard-.
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Country Music
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Fantastic!
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Road to Gundagai/ Walting Matilda off The Essential Chet Atkins: As an Aussie could I not give this medley a thumbs up. (Note spelling correction of Gundagai to that apparently on the album)
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Mister Sandman - Chet: Great song and master guitarist; you wouldn't expect anything less than Great.
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Caravan - Chet: Excellent
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I have been a huge Chet Atkins sense 1960.He is without a doubt one of the greatest guitarists that ever lived.I have many of his albums.Readi n g all of these comment many of the great's have bee named.Such as Jerry Reed and many others, BUT only once did I see Les Paul mentioned.Le t s not forget that man.He is also right up there with great Chet.I have the Chester & Lester album and Guitar Monsters on my PC.Iv'e had a hard finding that album.But I will have it one day.Sad day when he passed.
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Nobody. Absolutely nobody influenced more guitarists and, absolutely nobody brought more into the fold than Mr. Atkins. Can you imagine the band God listens to EVERYDAY?! Goose bumps, man. Chills.
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Cant miss his typical style can't believe he has to get old, but his music won't ever. :o))
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How of courseabout Sabacas he is one of the best in the world Of course Chet is right in there as the best in the world. Sabacas is a Classical Guitarist.
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Im 59 years of age and rank Chet Atkins in my top 5 of best guitarist of all time.
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Good stuff.
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This was beautiful
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oh the good times I had on Friday nites way back when-----
I`m 88! by the way

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Just plain ole THE BEST QUALITY music, Chet is the best
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hgrant11
Chet's my favorite.
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Beautiful !!!!!!
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Wow
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A lot of friends in high school (1994) started playing guitar because of Pearl Jam and their colleagues. 90'S rock is great, and I started guitar for the same reason. Later I realized volume and rock rhythm was really boring if you're alone. I'm glad I found Chet Atkins LPs in my great grandma's attic before I was too old to climb a ladder. I love to play jazz, but Chet's style is universally inclusive to every genre and at least as valuable as a songwriter's legacy. He could play "What does
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Listening to A Little Bit Of Blues. How sweet it is!!!
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Will The Circle Be Unbroken for Back Home Hymns...gott a get this CD...
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Further Along from Back Home Hymns - pure Heaven
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i still cant say good by
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Grew up on Chet Atkins my father had all his Lps.
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Chet Atkins, Boots Randolph and Floyd Cramer the best ever!
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the guy was born to play.
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One of my best guitar players ever, Chet Atkins.
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Wow Blue angel is really good.
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Chet Atkins, Doc Watson and Merle Travis and don't leave out Jerry Reed, THE BEST OF THE BEST MUSICAL ARTISTS EVER KNOWN
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The Earth With Out Chet Atkins is Like Have A Heaven With out GOD.
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Yeah...what everyone else said. Absolutely one of the very best!
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Boy can he make excellent dance music this one will get you off the chair. Any of his songs are the best. What a great musical artist.
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The phrasing, note selection, time, rhythm, song selection, tone, touch - Chet had it all. There are many great guitar players to be sure and Chet is among the best of all time though very few have been as influential as him.
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country, country swing jazz. he does have that swingerooski
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Today is 4/12/13; three months ago someone posted that Pandora's team needed to fix this page. The photo of Chet Atkins has the Carter Sisters biography. Why so long to fix? Worried about losing listeners to the competition? Not tending to things like this will surely keep all the listeners here...not.
The music is great, and I listen often with Pandora 1; but this sort of thing does not portray your organization as, well, as organized.
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Another victim of cancer. We have to defeat this scourge. Make it a national priority.
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Please fix the bio. This type of disorganizat i o n , does not speak well of the Pandora organization .
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How about Chet's bio on Chet's page and not the Carter Sisters? What gives?
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There is no one like CHET!!! Love to the MAN!!!l
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HE'S A PICKER FOR SURE!
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Who is the off- shot? never heard the carters.... tell Jonhy Cash married one
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Lots of good guitarist, but he is among the greatest for always.
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