List of articles in the library
Floyd Cramer and Chet Atkins: The Quiet Men from Nashville, Tennessee
Profile and Interview by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 15 September 1962
THE TWO most dominant figures in the Nashville, Tennessee, music scene – a scene noted for loud noises – are QUIET men. Chet Atkins, we ...
Nashville: The Town With The "Fresh Sound"
Report by Lillian Roxon, Sydney Morning Herald, the, 19 June 1966
It started with Grand Ole Opry ...
Loraine Alterman on Records: Janis Ian, Sonny & Cher, Chet Atkins, Lovin' Spoonful
Review by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 26 March 1967
Janis Ian: She's Hip at 15 ...
LP Reviews: Sam & Dave, James Brown, Chet Atkins, and the Mothers of Invention
Review by uncredited writer, Beat Instrumental, April 1967
Sam And Dave: Double Dynamite (Stax 589003) ...
Chet Atkins: The Day Elvis Split his Pink Britches
Interview by Alan Walsh, Melody Maker, 8 March 1969
WHEN ELVIS Presley recorded 'Heartbreak Hotel', the record that launched him to adulation level in Great Britain, he really tore the studio apart. ...
The Cold, Cold Heart of Country Music
Report by Philip Norman, The Sunday Times, 1972
FOR ALL that Country and Western hopes nothing will change, its heroes die horribly fast. ...
Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 24 November 1973
I OWN TWO albums by Chet Atkins, both of which are old and scratched. One features country picking and the other is titled Chet Picks ...
Chet Atkins and Les Paul: Chester And Lester (RCA)
Review by Mick Farren, New Musical Express, 5 February 1977
WELL NOW, this isn't exactly the kind of record that you hear every day of the week. ...
Obituary by Fred Dellar, MOJO, September 2001
HE WASN'T the most accomplished guitarist in country music. There were those in Nashville who could fashion half a dozen great licks in the time ...
see also Floyd Cramer
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