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Chet Atkins - A Tribute To Chet Atkins (1980)

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Chet Atkins - A Tribute To Chet Atkins + Chet Atkins - Rare Performances 1955-75 + Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed: In Concert at the Bottom Line - June 22, 1992
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Product Details

  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC, Original recording remastered
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Eagle Rock Ent
  • DVD Release Date: December 9, 2003
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000JLLC2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #165,990 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

  • Songs: Battle of New Orleans (Chet Atkins), Sugarfoot Rag (Chet Atkins), In America (Charlie Daniels Band), Frog Kissin' (Chet Atkins and Ray Stevens), The Year that Clayton Delaney Died (Tom T. Hall), In the Summertime (Roger Miller), Bye Bye Love (Chet Atkins and Don Everly), Kiss an Angel Good Morning (Charley Pride), Everything I Ever Wanted (Porter Wagoner), Four Strong Winds, Detroit City, Shame on Me (Bobby Dare), Oh Lonesome Me (Don Gibson), Night Games (Ray Stevens), Mama Knows (Jim Stafford), Just a Closer Walk with Thee (instrumental) (Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer, Boots Randolf & Danny Davis), Goodtime Charlie's Got the Blues (Chet Atkins and Earl Klugh), Chet Atkins Hands (Statler Bros.), Instrumental Medley (Chet Atkins)

Editorial Reviews

Hosted by the late Chet Atkins with performances by Charley Pride, Charlie Daniels, Don Everly, Don Gibson, Minnie Pearl, Roy Acuff, Porter Wagoner, Roger Miller, Jimmy Dean, Archie Campbell, Statler Brothers and Ray Stevens to name a few! Chet Atkins Battle of New Orleans Chet Atkins Sugarfoot Rag Charlie Daniels Band In America Chet Atkins & Ray Stevens Frog Kissin' Tom T. Hall The Year that Clayton Delaney Died Roger Miller In the Summertime Chet Atkins & Don Everly Bye Bye Love Charley Pride Kiss an Angel Good Morning Porter Wagoner Everything I Ever Wanted Bobby Dare Four Strong Winds, Detroit City, Shame On Me Don Gibson Oh Lonesome Me Ray Stevens Night Games Jim Stafford Mama Knows Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer, Boots Randolph & Danny Davis Just a Closer Walk With Thee Chet Atkins & Earl Klugh Goodtime Charlie's Got the Blues Statler Bros. Chet Atkins Hands Chet Atkins Instrumental Medley including And I Love Her So, Welcome to My World, Three Bells, I Can't Stop Loving You, End of the World, Java, Let it Be Me & Dance With Me

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Some clutter, but Chet is great February 12, 2004
This 1980 TV special is a real treat for Chet Atkins fans. Being that it's a tribute taped in front of a live audience, Chet himself is on stage for perhaps a bit over a third of the running time, but at 99 minutes, that gives you well over a half hour of Chet(and the price is right). The highlights are his solo medley at the end and a sublime duet with Earl Klugh, but there are some charming things in between. There are also a few comedy routines, and a great many 1980 Nashville stars singing their hits. Some of these songs haven't aged well, and I fast-forwarded through a few. But let's face it, we're here for Chet, and what's here is prime. The sound is quite good, and the full screen image is clear and bright.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Tribute to a man who deserves it April 3, 2006
I was reading on of the other reviews on here, the one by "The Delite Rancher". You cannot pay ANY attention to his review. He has absolutely no idea what Chet Atkins STILL DID and MEANT to Nasvhille right up until the day he died. He states that "the tribute was made 25 years after his prime", which is ludicrous in and of itself because that would put his "prime" at year of 1955, just one year after he even arrived in Nashville.

Just because Chet didn't have top 10 hits and wasn't as much in the performing and recording scene by 1980, doesn't mean that he wasn't a VERY important figure in Nashville. Chet Atkins was adored in Nashville, and even into the 90's you could still hear people say that Chet was the "king" of Nashville.

I wish there was some way to remove that review because it's both inaccurate and uneducated. That would be like saying "why come out with an Elvis DVD now?! He's been dead for over 30 years?!"

The review is simply wrong and misses the point of the DVD. In 1980, Chet, behind the scenes, was a very important and influential figure in Nashville.

The DVD is great. It has wonderful comedy (although dated), it has great orchestrated performances and special guests. From Tom T. Hall, Charlie Pride, Bobby Bare, Porter Waggoner and Archie Campbell to Earl Klugh (Chet's absolute favorite guitar player) and The Statler Brothers, this is a DVD special NOT to be missed. The color, sound and quality are impeccable for a recording from 1980, and it's a real hoot to watch.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Dated, but still quite good April 3, 2006
I watched this over the weekend and altho dated, it is rather good entertainment for anyone who enjoys country music and especially Chet Atkins. I also see The Delite Rancher is reviewing this on Amazon. He also reviewed this DVD on Netflix with the same negative nonsense about President Bush, etc. I suspect this person is NOT a country music fan or has much knowledge of it in any case. I strongly recommend this DVD.
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