CD Me And Jerry/Me And Chet...Plus (CD 6242862),
back to browsing

Me And Jerry/Me And Chet...Plus


  • 1. Tennessee Stud
    2. Bridge Over Troubled Water
    3. MacArthur Park
    4. Old Man River
    5. Nut Sundae
    6. Cannonball Rag
    7. Wreck of the John B
    8. Stump Water
    9. January-February March, The
    10. Something
    11. Jerry's Breakdown
    12. Limehouse Blues
    13. Liebestraum
    14. Serenade to Summertime
    15. Nashtown Ville
    16. Mystery Train
    17. Mad Russian, The
    18. Flying South
    19. Good Stuff
    20. All I Ever Need Is You
    21. I Saw the Light
    22. I'll Say She Does
    23. East Wind
    24. Remembering
    25. Baby's Coming Home
    26. Early Dawn, The
    27. Steeplechase Lane
    28. Claw, The
    29. Alabama Jubilee
    Read More...
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 301

  • Credits
    ProducerChet Atkins; Jerry Reed; Bob Ferguson
    Engineer

    2 LPs on 1 CD: ME & CHET (1972)/ME & JERRY (1972).
    Personnel: Chet Atkins (guitar); Jerry Reed, Paul Yandell (guitar); Floyd Cramer (piano); Ralph Gallant, Jim Isbell (drums).
    Liner Note Author: Terry Reilly.
    On this disc, which contains two full LPs from the early 1970s, the legendary country guitarist Chet Atkins teamed up with younger six-stringer Jerry Reed. On each track, Reed holds his own against the master. In fact, Reed and Atkins complement each other's playing in a relaxed, comfortable manner. Reed plays mostly rhythm on these 21 tracks, but once in a while "The Kid," as he is referred to in the liner notes, steps up to the plate and performs a terrific solo.
    On ME & CHET, standout tracks include "Serenade to Summertime," a tune supported by a lush string orchestra, and the Hank Williams gospel classic, "I Saw the Light." ME & JERRY presents many excellent renditions of pop songs, particularly Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water," Hammerstein & Kern's "Old Man River," and George Harrison's "Something." It's easy to tell that these two guitarists were having a great time when they recorded these albums--their liner notes are tongue-in-cheek, the photos are amusing, and the chatter between certain tracks indicates that this was clearly a labor of love.

  • Critic Reviews
    Record Collector (magazine) (p.80) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[They were] guitar wizards conjuring enchantment from wood and nylon..."
0 Stars 0 average rating
In Stock -- Item Ships for FREE
Our price $18.66
Add to wishlist

What viewers like you said...

Have you listened to this album? Be the first to write a review

Also suggested for you...

  • buy now for

    $7.03

    CD
  • buy now for

    $13.88

    CD
  • buy now for

    $12.37

    CD
  • buy now for

    $15.23

    CD