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Chet Atkins
 

Title: The Most Popular Guitar

Date:  1961

Label:  RCA Victor Records   LSP-2346

Recording Engineer:  Bill Porter

Line Up:

Chet Atkins: guitar, vocals

 

Side 1

It Ain't Necessarily So
My Dear Little Sweetheart
Stay As Sweet As You Are
Monte Carlo Melody
When The Day Is Done
My Prayer
Side 2

Rock-A-Bye-Baby
Vanessa
Intermezzo
Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo
East Of The Sun (West Of The Moon)
Goin' Home
Notes: In this, Chet's thirteenth album, we find more of that fretwork that flows from any guitar that Chet touches. Whether it's a classic reworked, a pop melody or just a light tune before bedtime he has fun with it. According to the liner notes people have voted Chet the Most Popular Guitar through the jukeboxes and record stores across the country. And who are we to argue with that? This German copy I found has a thin, paper-like cover. The cover photo of a young lady in a peek-a-boo nightie holding a Gretsch must have made this a very popular record when it first appeared on the shelves.

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