New CD "Chet Atkins: Windy And Warm/Radio Broadcast 1976"

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Re: New CD "Chet Atkins: Windy And Warm/Radio Broadcast 1976

Postby jean-luc » Fri Dec 11, 2015 2:00 pm

"Ready for the times to get better" is taken from a TV show performed in 1981. Chet plays with Paul and Terry McMillan. The video was available on youtube several years ago as a tribute to the late MacMillan.
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Re: New CD "Chet Atkins: Windy And Warm/Radio Broadcast 1976

Postby jean-luc » Fri Dec 11, 2015 2:01 pm

"Ready for the times to get better" is taken from a TV show performed in 1981. Chet plays with Paul and Terry McMillan. The video was available on youtube several years ago as a tribute to the late MacMillan.
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Re: New CD "Chet Atkins: Windy And Warm/Radio Broadcast 1976

Postby kwarren » Wed Feb 03, 2016 10:44 pm

I received the CD a few days ago and love it!
Here is the actual, correct track listing:

1. Autumn Leaves
2. When You Wish Upon A Star
3. El Condor Pass
4. Charade
5. Variations on a Theme by Mozart
6. Black Mountain Rag
7. Windy and Warm
8. Frog Kissin'
9.Medley:Back Home Again In Indiana, I'll See You In My Dreams, Country Gentlemen, Galloping On the Guitay, Mr. Sandman, Wildwood Flower, Freight Train
10. Snowbird
11. Yakety Axe
12. Ready for the Times to Get Better

Tracks 1-6 are played on the classical guitar. The remaining tracks are on the electric guitar.
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Re: New CD "Chet Atkins: Windy And Warm/Radio Broadcast 1976

Postby DagerRande » Thu Feb 04, 2016 7:50 am

Are there any surprises in these arrangements or is it just the fact that it's a separate recording from all others with those same songs?
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Re: New CD "Chet Atkins: Windy And Warm/Radio Broadcast 1976

Postby kwarren » Fri Feb 05, 2016 2:36 pm

No big surprises but it was nice to hear El Condor Pasa and the Mozart tune played live. Plus, it’s always interesting to hear the slight variations in the arrangements when Chet performs live. They are always different from the studio recordings.
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