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Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed were two of the most fearsome fretmasters ever to enter RCA's Nashville studios, and this was the second of their two early-'70s duo albums. An all-instrumental affair, it features the guitar titans doing what they were born to do—making some of the most glorious sounds ever to come out of a six-string. The pair blow past genre boundaries at will, tackling everything from the jazz standard "Limehouse Blues" to the Elvis Presley hit "Mystery Train," trading licks in a manner that makes it seem like you're listening to a single guitarist with four hands. There’s an abundance of melodic, lyrical lines pouring out of their axes on this GRAMMY®-nominated outing.

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Me & Chet-Jerry Reed & Chet Atkins

There are no words to describe how great this album is! Two of the greatest guitarist of all time...brilliant! 5 stars are not enough!
Darrell Toney


Born: June 20, 1924 in Luttrell, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Without Chet Atkins, country music may never have crossed over into the pop charts in the '50s and '60s. Although he recorded hundreds of solo records, Atkins' largest influence came as a session musician and a record producer. During the '50s and '60s, he helped create the Nashville sound, a style of country music that owed nearly as much to pop as it did to honky tonks. And as a guitarist, he was without parallel. Atkins' style grew out of his admiration for Merle Travis, expanding Travis' signature...
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