Chet Atkins - My Brother Sings - 1959 Country RSD Ltd 2000 Copies 180 Grm LP + Insert

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Chet Atkins - My Brother Sings

Label: RCA Victor
Cat#: LP-5496
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Stereo
"Originally released 1959." 180g. Limited Edition pressing of 2000. Includes paper insert.
Exclusive release for Record Store Day 2015.
Country: US
Released: 18 Apr 2015
Genre: Jazz, Pop, Folk, World, & Country
Style: Vocal


A1 Swanee River
A2 Country Style
A3 Out Of Nowhere
A4 Slinky
A5 In Apple Blossom Time
A6 Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart

B1 I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles
B2 Asleep In The Deep
B3 My Funny Valentine
B4 When Day Is Done
B5 Even Tho'
B6 I Know That You Know

Companies etc

Record Company – Sundazed Music – LP-5496
Recorded At – RCA Victor Studios, Nashville – LP-5496
Mastered At – Cohearent Audio
Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated


Engineer – Bob Farris
Mastered By – Kevin Gray
Producer – Chet Atkins

The Rarest Chet Atkins! Stunning, true stereo recordings from 1958! Recorded at the then-new RCA Victor Studio Bin Nashville, this maazing album was cancelled before released - and the very few existing copies are now multi-thousand dollar rarities.

Never heard of LPM 1932 before? Neither had the seller. “Here’s the deal. I have never seen this LP before. No one I know has had it or heard of it,” the seller confesses. “I’d say it’s by far the rarest Chet Atkins record and a pretty neat novelty in top condition.” That honesty didn’t dissuade potential buyers, who placed 37 bids.

We couldn’t find anything about this record that was supposed to have been released in the late 1950s, other than general presumptions that it was unissued. Kinda makes you wonder what the record sounds like, doesn’t it?

Okay, I admit I have very little Chet Atkins in my collection, despite my deep respect for his work. But I can't believe how great the sound is on this 1959 Living Stereo LP that never got commercially released until today.

It would have been the first Chet Atkins stereo release had it been released. The thorough liner notes tell the album's story. Recorded in 1958 just after RCA's Nashville studio got upgraded for stereo, the sound is beautiful. Full bass, great crisp high end on Chet's guitar, and a few tunes with an experimental stereo pickup.

Jim Atkins was retired from big band singing, and managing Denver's top radio station at the time of this recording. He sings well, but Atkins guitar fanatics will be delighted that he's only on half of the tracks; the rest are instrumentals; on the other hand, collectors probably have those instrumentals as they were repurposed to other albums.

I highly recommend this, and it's destined to be a record to both demo my stereo system, and my needle drops.

Chet Atkins - Out Of Nowhere

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Chet Atkins - My Funny Valentine

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Chet Atkins - I Know That You Know

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Condition New
Format LP
Label RCA