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Chet Atkins
 

Title:  It's a Guitar World

Date:  1967

Label RCA Victor Records    LSP-3728

Line Up:

Chet Atkins: guitar

 

Side 1

What'd I Say
Cast Your Fate To The Wind
Lara's Theme
A Taste Of Honey
For No One
Pickin' Nashville
Side 2

January In Bombay
Ranjana
Et Maintenant (What Now My Love)
'Na Voce, 'Na Chitarra, E'o Poco 'E Luna
Star-Time
Sempre
Notes: Another milestone for Mr. Atkins here for you folks. His sessions with Indian musician Harihar Rao are delivered to us via the first two cuts of side two. Quite a surprise for the casual listener not inclined to read the liner notes prior to playing this record. Rao plays the sitar and the gopi (sort of a drum with a pul string) and Chet fills in with his trusty Gretsch. The rest of the tunes are pure Chester and he even gets an entirely solo cut (For No One) for a change. A good variety of back cover photos and a stunning front cover picture that I assume was taken at the Gretsch factory or warehouse. Just give me five minutes alone in the room and then a ten minute head start. Such guitars…

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