Country After All These Years
|Country After All These Years|
Original LP cover
|Studio album by Chet Atkins|
|Chet Atkins chronology|
Country After All These Years is an album by guitarist Chet Atkins. It would be his last recording for RCA Victor and as a fitting parting gift, it won the 1982 Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance. Chet was also nominated in the same category that year for Reflections, his collaboration with Doc Watson.
- "Orange Blossom Special" (Ervin Rouse, Robert Wise)
- "Ready for the Times to Get Better" (Reynolds)
- "On the Road Again" (Willie Nelson)
- "Storms Never Last" (Colter)
- "Wildwood Flower" (Carter)
- "Heart of Glass" (Deborah Harry, Chris Stein)
- "Sugar Bush"
- "Let 'Em In" (Paul McCartney)
- "I Can Hear Kentucky Calling Me"
- Chet Atkins – guitar