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  • Zolomuro says:
    Neck and Neck is a collaborative album by American guitarist Chet Atkins and British singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Knopfler, released on October 9, by Columbia Records."Poor Boy Blues" was released as a the 33rd Annual Grammy Awards in , the track "Poor Boy Blues" won Best Country Vocal Collaboration, while the track "So Soft Your Goodbye" won Best Country Genre: Country, country rock, western swing.
  • Aragore says:
    rows · Watch the video for Poor Boy Blues from Chet Atkins & Mark Knopfler's Neck And .
  • Dourisar says:
    Mark Knopfler And Chet Atkins ‎– Neck And Neck Label: Columbia ‎– 0, Sony BMG Music Entertainment ‎– 03/5(1).
  • Tegrel says:
    Mar 15,  · Throughout the 60's and 70's he had done very alike albums with various pickers including Jerry Reed and Les Paul but the Chet Atkins - Merle Travis album Chet Atkins And Merle Travis - The Atkins-Travis Traveling Show is so close it even suggest that it has been an direct inspiration for the Atkins-Knopler meeting. Same kind of word /5().
  • Malaramar says:
    Oct 09,  · The whole premise of it is that Chet Atkins wants to be more of a rock and roll kind of a guy: in my opinion, it would have made a far better opening track to this CD than 'Poor Boy Blues', simply because it sets up the whole idea behind the thing so much better - two guitar giants, from different musical worlds, getting together to pool their /5().
  • Akigore says:
    Neck and Neck, an Album by Chet Atkins / Mark Knopfler. Released 24 September on Columbia (catalog no. CK ; CD). Genres: Country Rock. Featured peformers: Chet Atkins (guitar, vocals), Mark Knopfler (guitar, vocals, producer), Larrie Londin (drums), Guy Fletcher (drums, bass, keyboards, recording engineer), Edgar Meyer (bass), Steve Wariner (bass), Mark O'Connor (aka_text fiddle role.
  • Zulurisar says:
    Working with Dire Straits guitarist Mark Knopfler had a rejuvinating influence on Chet Atkins. Knopfler has Atkins moving toward his country roots, but both guitarists still play with a tasteful, jazzy sensibility -- however, Atkins has abandoned the overt jazz fusion pretensions that sank most of his '80s records. With its direct, understated approach, Neck and Neck is the most focused and.
  • Faelkis says:
    Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler on their album Neck and Neck () Barbecue Bob – "Poor Boy a Long Ways from Home" (Columbia ) Jeff Beck – "Poor Boy" The Black Keys – "The Moan" Jeff Buckley – "Poor Boy Long Way From Home" R. L. Burnside – "Poor Boy" John Fahey – Takoma, , and "Poor Boy",

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