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    The great lost album of country music! Recorded at the then-new RCA Victor Studio B in Nashville, this amazing collection of Chet Atkins with brother Jim on vocals was cancelled before release, and the very few existing copies are now multi-thousand-dollar rarities, with one selling in 2012 for an astounding $8,100! Taped as a test for the brand-new Ampex machines and custom RCA mixing console at the facility, the sessions--intended simply for demonstration purposes--turned out so well that Chet developed the My Brother Sings LP around them--it was mastered, designed and pressed well before trouble arose, and nobody's certain now why the disc was rejected. It was not for quality reasons, though, as it is a document of one of the genre's leading lights in a close-to-his-heart setting that reflects the collective artistic voice that family artistry fosters. Stunning, true stereo recordings from 1958, with a jacket that reproduces what an actual Living Stereo cover would look like based on a single exisiting proof--only mono copies have been found! This is a first-time issue for a stunning Chet set as originally intended, and is an R.T.I. pressing from the pristine, original masters--join the family!

    Swanee River
    Country Style
    Out of Nowhere
    Slinky In Apple Blossom Time
    Zing Went the Strings of My Heart
    I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles
    Asleep in the Deep
    My Funny Valentine
    When Day Is Done
    Even Tho
    I Know That You Know