Which Chet LP's were hard to find for you???

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Re: Which Chet LP's were hard to find for you???

Postby ceciltguitar » Tue Nov 19, 2013 10:14 pm

You guys probably know this already, but just in case anyone here does not know it, you can listen to any tune from any Chet Atkins album here:

http://jukebox.au.nu/instromania/instro ... et_atkins/

I don't know if the web site really has every album that he ever recorded or not.

My dad bought "It's a Guitar World" when it was first released in 1967. I must have listened to it at least a hundred times. The first thing that my dad taught me to play was Chet's opening single line to Ray Charles' "What'd I Say", the first track on the album.

Best regards,
Tom
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Re: Which Chet LP's were hard to find for you???

Postby mattburnside » Wed Nov 27, 2013 10:43 pm

Also, for all those who are considering shelling out big bucks for "After the Riot in Newport," be aware that it was just released on Vol. 2 of the Classic Albums series.

http://www.raucousrecords.com/surf-inst ... 15261.aspx
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