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Dirty Linen (p.65) - "Wariner's tunes express plenty....A George Benson-esque original, 'Tuned In,' reflects Atkins' love of contemporary jazz."46.50899

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Dirty Linen (p.76) - "THE ESSENTIAL CHET ATKINS showcases his considerable skills on the guitar....The dynamic duo of Chet Atkins and Les Paul is a formidable six-string powerhouse if ever there was one."41.20766

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Musician (6/96, p.90) - "...As...Harrison says in the liner notes to this reissue, Atkins adds `harmonies and harmonics where you least expect them.' And here he's got some of the most memorable melodies in pop history to add them to..."39.86485

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JazzTimes (p.55) - "The album gets off to a promising start with some Herzog originals. The opening 'McJazz' is a romp that imagines a Chet Atkins-Les Paul duet through its swinging, twanging overdubbed guitar parts."0.9495099

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JazzTimes (5/96, p.152) - "...NO MORE MR. NICE GUY, the singer's first instrumental effort...[focuses] on his considerable skills as a guitarist....a joyful, smart album which should hold an appeal transcending his established country fan base."Mojo (Publisher) (6/96, p.123) - "...a mainly instrumental album....Those in support include Bela Fleck, Leo Kottke, Richie Sambora, Larry Carlton, Chet Atkins and Carl Jackson, so the musicianship in all areas leaves little to be desired....Track for track, the record is a pickers' paradise."0.6782213

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Down Beat (p.90) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The twangy n'goni playing of Mamah Diabate remains a key ingredient, but most of the sounds here were made with electric guitars, though they are restrained and delicate, resonating within airy lattices of arpeggiated warmth."Dirty Linen (p.57) - "The spare arrangements, which often center around her accompaniment on Gretsch guitar, are both highly sophisticated and nuanced."Billboard (p.39) - "[A] collection of tunes that are notable for both their gorgeous musicality and graceful simplicity."Mojo (Publisher) (p.116) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[She] plays African rhythms the way she imagines Chet Atkins or Duane Eddy might. Terrific."Pitchfork (Website) - "[T]he album is hauntingly spare yet ridiculously well-defined, the timbre and tone of every string presented in perfect resolution, the occasional accompaniment of a rhythm section or Sly Johnson's human beatbox reserved but wholly effective."0.474755

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Entertainment Weekly (5/30/97, p.73) - "...one of the freshest variations on mostly unplugged C&W around. Frisell lays down his sweet and languid sound, getting help form such folks as Dobro king Jerry Douglas and vocalist Robin Holcolm. It's lazy, smart, twilight-on-the-back-porch music." - Rating: B+Down Beat (8/97, pp.48-49) - 4 1/2 stars (out of 5) - "...it's hard to believe Frisell's only exposure might have been from watching Minnie Pearl and the Grand Ol' Opry on TV....what is most striking about Frisell...is how...he makes you forget where you are, losing you in a swirl of creativity that has little or nothing to do with genres or...settings..."JazzTimes (9/97, p.73) - "...Frisell's sweet 'n' slightly twisted songwriting flair is on the money here....Frisell's guitaristic approach, often sounding like a cross between Chet Atkins and a Martian pedal steel, player shows respect for tradition by tugging it in new directions."Option (9-10/97, p.95) - "...magically sidesteps the faceless tedium that dooms so many instrumental albums. There are several reasons for that: Frisell's nimble, confident finger-picking; a group of stellar Music City pickers who support Frisell without getting flashy or pretentious; and a unifying musical voice..."Musician (8/97, p.91) - "...an evocation of folk traditions that have been gathering steam under the heading of Americana....retro visions of drive-in movies, endless highways, and lost innocence....among the earthiest and [most] deeply felt of Frisell's many fine recordings..."0.3391107

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