Music/57/6c/89/mzi.ilobyzur.jpg/600x600bf.jpg' alt='Chet Atkins Picks On The Beatles Songbook' title='Chet Atkins Picks On The Beatles Songbook' />Everly Brothers ten best songs Don and his younger brother Phil Everly grew up on radio. By the ages of eight and six they were regulars on their mum and dads weekly Everly Family Radio Show. Chet Atkins introduced the boys to Nashville, where they were signed by Wesley Rose of Acuff Rose music. Bye Bye Love was reputedly turned down by 3. Don added his famous guitar intro to Boudleaux and Felice Bryant s bouncy ditty and made it a worldwide hit. Fearing that the slightly risqu lyric with its whiff of premarital sex would restrict radio play, producer Archie Bleyer had been against releasing this specially composed Bryant song. But being banned in several US cities helped its sales no end and it proved an even bigger hit than Bye Bye Love. LARRY CORYELL is a Jazz RockFusion Progressive Rock artist from United States. This page includes LARRY CORYELLs biography, official website, pictures, videos. The HyperTexts The Best Vocal Performances of All Time These are the greatest vocal performances of all time, by the best singers ever, in one fans opinion. Chet_Atkins_Alone.jpg' alt='Chet Atkins Picks On The Beatles Full Album' title='Chet Atkins Picks On The Beatles Full Album' />Chet Atkins Picks On The Beatles DownloadAll I Have To Do is Dream. A change of pace as the Bryants deliver the first of the many classic ballads they wrote for the brothers. Phil acknowledged their debt to the Bryants on Boudleauxs death in 1. Chet Atkins Picks On The Beatles CdShop for the Epiphone Limited Edition EJ160E AcousticElectric Guitar and receive free shipping on your order and the guaranteed lowest price. Jack Lemmon was born in Newton, Massachusetts, to Mildred Burgess LaRue Noel and John Uhler Lemmon, Jr., the president of a doughnut company. His. 80s Guitar hero, maker of melodies, writer of movie scores, friend of Chet Atkins, friend to all who love great music. Did I say Maker of MelodiesWithout Boudleaux wed still be doing some heavy lifting somewhere. A masterly performance that ensured their first UK No 1. Great Smoky Mountain Council Jamboree Patch. Til I Kissed You. Never knew what I missed til I kissed you, wrote Don about a girl he met on tour in Australia. Backed by a trio of former Buddy Holly Crickets, drummer Jerry Allison came up with an intro almost as memorable as his work on Hollys Peggy Sue. Let it Be Me. 19. Their final single for Archie Bleyers Cadence Records proved an oddity. Bleyer added rather over intrusive strings for the first time. Yet the tune is pretty enough and the brothers sing like angels. Hp Pavilion Dv9700 Restore Disk. Hear this and youll know why Let it Be Me remains Phils favourite Everly Brothers track. Cathys Clown. 19. A new beginning as Wesley Rose negotiates the first million dollar deal in recording history with Warner Bros. Don produced an early rock anthem and the brothers clever use of unison on the words here he comes breaking into harmony with its Cathys clown must have sounded irresistible to four young Liverpool wannabes. So Sad To Watch Good Love Go Bad1. How poignant Dons words we used to have good times together, but now we watch them slip away must have seemed when their personal and professional partnership began to disintegrate in the late 1. Asked in 1. 97. 0 if they ever quarrelled, Phil quipped Weve only had one argument. Its been lasting 2. Eventually breaking up in 1. Albert Hall in 1. Walk Right Back. 19. The Crickets Sonny Curtis wrote this upbeat smash hit while serving in the army. When he first showed it to Don and Phil he had written only one verse. Two weeks later Curtis returned with a second verse only to discover that theyd already recorded it by singing the first verse twice. Temptation. 19. 61 Because of the extreme limitations of two track recording, Don and Phil hired eight guitarists and told them all to tune slightly differently, thereby creating an eight track sound on one track. It worked, and the emphatic yeah, yeah, yeah chorus is an obvious forerunner of The Beatles She Loves You. The Price of Love. Their own composition, The Price of Love finds Don and Phil playing the British Invasion which they had done so much to inspire at its own game. Slurring and sneering, the brothers intone Wine is sweet, gin is bitter, drink em all but you wont forget her to the accompaniment of pounding guitars and a wailing harmonica. Guitar Stories Mark Knopfler on the Six Guitars That Shaped His Career. When Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler was a kid growing up in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, he dreamed about getting his own guitar. I remember standing outside music stores with my nose pressed up against the glass, just staring at those electric guitars, he told People magazine in 1. I used to smell Fender catalogs, I wanted one so bad. Knopfler eventually talked his father into buying him a Hfner Super Solid V2 guitar for 5. Chet Atkins Picks On The Beatles Youtube' title='Chet Atkins Picks On The Beatles Youtube' />The only problem was, it didnt come with an amplifier. I didnt have the nerve to ask poor old dad for an amp, Knopfler says in the documentary above. I blew up the family radio in fairly short order. Knopfler tells the story of that first guitar and five others that shaped his career in this fascinating 4. Britain last October on the Sky Arts television channel. Guitar Stories Mark Knopfler is hosted by Knopflers friend and co founder of Dire Straits, bassist John Illsley. The film offers a number of insights into Knopflers music and the key instruments that influenced his evolving style. From the opening scenes at a music shop in Newcastles Central Arcade, where the young Knopfler spent hours staring at guitars through windows, Illsley and Knopfler move on to the city of Leeds, where Knopfler once worked as a junior reporter for the Yorkshire Evening Post. There they meet up with his longtime friend and mentor Steve Phillips, a member of Knopflers post Dire Straits band The Notting Hillbillies. An aficionado of the Delta Blues, Phillips introduced the young Knopfler to the distinctive sound of resonator acoustic guitars. Although it wasnt the first resonator guitar he ever owned, Knopfler chooses as his second key guitar a 1. National Style O guitar he bought from Phillips in 1. The distinctive nickel plated brass guitar, with its palm tree etchings around the edges and on the back, was featured on the cover of Dire Straits bestselling 1. Brothers in Arms, and was used for some of the bands best songs. At one point in the film, Knopfler picks up the National and demonstrates how he hit on the famous arpeggio lines in Romeo and Juliet, from the Making Movies album, while experimenting with an open G tuning. From Leeds, Illsley and Knopfler travel to the location of the original Pathway Studios in London, where they recorded their 1. Dire Straits. Knopfler picks up his third key guitar, a 1. Fender Stratocaster, and plays a few notes from the bands breakthrough song, Sultans of Swing. The Stratocaster was the guitar Knopfler had always wanted, but as his music progressed he sought to diversify his sound. Knopflers fourth key guitar, which he played on Brothers in Arms, is a sunburst 1. Gibson Les Paul. In one particularly interesting moment in the film, Knopfler explains how he came up with the distinctive guitar sound for the hit song Money for Nothing by playing the Les Paul through a static, partly depressed wah wah pedal. While touring with Dire Straits, Knopfler found it difficult to constantly change back and forth between guitars, so he decided to look for a single guitar that could produce a variety of sounds. To explain what happened next, Knopfler and Illsley travel to the So. Ho neighborhood of New York, where they pay a visit to Rudys Music on Broome Street and talk to the proprietor, Knopflers longtime friend Rudy Pensa, who has built custom guitars since 1. Knopfler and Pensa describe their collaboration on the design of Knopflers fifth key guitar, the Pensa MK 1, which he played during his final years with Dire Straits. The film ends with a visit to the Long Island workshop of master luthier John Monteleone. In 2. 00. 8 Monteleone built the sixth key guitar in Knopflers life, the acoustic Isabella archtop, named after Knopflers eldest daughter. Knopfler was so inspired by Monteleones craftsmanship that he wrote a song called Monteleone for his 2. Get Lucky. The song speaks eloquently of Knopflers admiration of Monteleone and, between the lines perhaps, of his lifelong love affair with guitars via Meta. Filter. Related content Eric Clapton Tries Out Guitars at Home and Talks About the Beatles, Cream, and His Musical Roots.