Guitar Legend: Rca Years

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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
  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 Gentlemen
  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
Chet Atkins recorded way too often, in way too many dubious contexts; wanting to showcase the depth and breadth of his playing, he instead buried himself. So what's a fan to do? This two-disc set is beautifully programmed, keeping all emphasis on Chet himself, from the delicate drive of 1947's "Canned Heat" to the four-guitar interplay of 1978's "Carolina Shout." Though he recorded frequently over the years with A-list country sidemen under various names, his most enduring work remains the scintillating sides with guitarist Homer Haynes and mandolinist Jethro Burns (and you thought they were just a novelty act). There's also a rare rollicking reading of "Dig These Blues." And any set that follows the sweet timing of "Guitars on Parade" with the high-stepping "Bells of Saint Mary's" and the piercing "Country Gentleman" is indeed irrefutable testimonial to a guitarist who often hid his own virtues. This is the one Atkins album you really need to own. --John Morthland