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Chet Atkins, C.G.P.

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After decades of recording for RCA Victor, Atkins switched labels; this 1985 effort is a summit meeting of sorts with young guitar hotshots like Larry Carlton, George Benson, Mark Knopfler, Steve Lukather, and Earl Klugh, plus session A-teamers like Boots Randolph, Larrie Londin, David Hungate, Mark O'Connor and others. Atkins' tone is, as usual, faultless, and his playing superb. If the "meetings" don't always come off, it's usually due to the overzealousness of the other guitar players (Lukather's over-the-top style screams '80s big hair, for instance), not Chet, whose playing always exercises the utmost in restraint in every situation. All in all, a good modern-day Chet Atkins album, but not the place to start a collection.
© Cub Koda /TiVo

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1
Sunrise (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:04:08

G. Benson, Composer - Terry McMillan, Percussion - Bergen White, Arranger - Randy Goodrum, Keyboards - Larrie Londin, Drums - David Hungate, Bass - George Benson, Producer - George Benson, Guitar - George Benson, Performer - Chet Atkins, Performer - Chet Atkins, C.G.P., Producer - Chet Atkins, C.G.P., Guitar - R. Goodrum, Composer

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Please Stay Tuned (Album Version)
Chet Atkins
00:04:01

P. Yandell, Composer - Shane Keister, Synthesizer - Steve Lukather, Guitar - Steve Lukather, Performer - David Hungate, Producer - David Hungate, Arranger - David Hungate, Bass - C. Atkins, Composer - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - Chet Atkins, Performer - Chet Atkins, C.G.P., Guitar

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Quiet Eyes (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:32

Mark Hammond, Drums - Larry Carlton, Performer - Dean Parks, Performer - Chet Atkins, Performer - L. RUSSELL, Composer - David Hungate, Producer - David Hungate, Arranger - David Hungate, Bass - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - Shane Keister, Synthesizer

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment

4
A Mouse In The House (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:53

Terry McMillan, Percussion - Jim Horn, Horns - Randy Goodrum, Synthesizer - W. Moss, Composer - Larrie Londin, Drums - David Hungate, Bass - George Benson, Producer - George Benson, Guitar - George Benson, Performer - Chet Atkins, Performer - Don Sheffield, Horns - Chet Atkins, C.G.P., Producer - Chet Atkins, C.G.P., Guitar

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Some Leather And Lace (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:57

P. Yandell, Composer - Shane Keister, Synthesizer - Mark Knopfler, Guitar - Mark Knopfler, Performer - David Hungate, Producer - David Hungate, Bass - C. Atkins, Composer - Mark Hammond, Drums - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - Chet Atkins, Performer - Brent Mason, Guitar - Chet Atkins, C.G.P., Guitar

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment

6
The Cricket Ballet (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:29

Mark Hammond, Drums - Earl Klugh, Guitar - Earl Klugh, Performer - Chet Atkins, C.G.P., Guitar - Chet Atkins, Performer - D. Dybka, Composer - David Hungate, Producer - David Hungate, Bass - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - Shane Keister, Synthesizer

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment

7
Cosmic Square Dance (Album Version)
Chet Atkins
00:04:09

P. Yandell, Composer - P. Yandell, Lyricist - Mark Knopfler, Guitar - Larrie Londin, Drums - Paul Yandell, Banjo - David Hungate, Producer - David Hungate, Bass - C. Atkins, Composer - C. Atkins, Lyricist - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - Chet Atkins, Guitar - Chet Atkins, Performer - Mark O'Conner, Violin - Mark O'Conner, Fiddle - M. Knopfler, Composer - M. Knopfler, Lyricist

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment

8
The Boot And The Stone (Album Version)
Chet Atkins
00:03:56

David Hungate, Producer - David Hungate, Bass - Boots Randolph, Performer - Boots Randolph, Tenor Saxophone - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - D. Dybka, Composer - Chet Atkins, Performer - Darryl Dybka, Synthesizer - Dean Parks, Guitar - Dean Parks, Performer - Chet Atkins, C.G.P., Guitar

(P) 1985 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

9
Tap Room (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:04:08

Mark Hammond, Drums - Clayton Ivey, Performer - Jethro Burns, Arranger - Chet Atkins, C.G.P., Guitar - Mark O'Connor, Performer - Chet Atkins, Performer - David Hungate, Producer - David Hungate, Bass

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment

10
If I Should Lose You (Album Version)
Chet Atkins
00:01:28

R. Rainger, Composer - Chet Atkins, C.G.P., Guitar - Chet Atkins, Performer - L. ROBIN, Composer - David Hungate, Producer

(P) 1985 Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

After decades of recording for RCA Victor, Atkins switched labels; this 1985 effort is a summit meeting of sorts with young guitar hotshots like Larry Carlton, George Benson, Mark Knopfler, Steve Lukather, and Earl Klugh, plus session A-teamers like Boots Randolph, Larrie Londin, David Hungate, Mark O'Connor and others. Atkins' tone is, as usual, faultless, and his playing superb. If the "meetings" don't always come off, it's usually due to the overzealousness of the other guitar players (Lukather's over-the-top style screams '80s big hair, for instance), not Chet, whose playing always exercises the utmost in restraint in every situation. All in all, a good modern-day Chet Atkins album, but not the place to start a collection.
© Cub Koda /TiVo

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