is an album by US guitar player The Day Finger Pickers Took Over the World Chet Atkins with Australian guitarist Tommy Emmanuel. Recorded when Atkins was 73, this would be his last release of original material in the 20th century.
"Smokey Mountain Lullaby" was nominated for the 1997
Grammy award for Country Instrumental Performance but did not win.
Track listing [ edit ]
"Borsalino” (Bolling, Delamoe; Fishman)
"To 'B' Or Not To 'B'" (Atkins, Goodrum)
"The Day Finger Pickers Took Over the World" (Kaitz, Pomeroy; Atkins)
"Tip Toe Through the Bluegrass" (Atkins)
"News From the Outback" (Atkins)
Mel Bay" (Granda, Denny; Atkins) "Dixie McGuire" (Emmanuel)
"Saltwater" (M. & L. Spiro, Julian Lennon)
"Mr. Guitar" (Emmanuel)
"Road To Gundagai/Waltzing Matilda" (Trad.)
"Smokey Mountain Lullaby" (Atkins)
Personnel [ edit ]
Chet Atkins - guitar
Tommy Emmanuel - guitar, bass, brushes Randy Goodrum - keyboards (on 11,9,8,7,2,1)
Johnny Gimble - bad fiddle (on 6), good fiddle (on 3,4,5,6) Paul Yandell - guitar (on 5)
Terry McMillan - conga, harmonica, Jew's harp (on 1,2,3,5,6) Clark Hagen - guitar (on 6)
Giles Reeves - drums, acoustic bass (on 11)
Recorded at CA Workshop, Nashville, Tennessee; Recording engineer: Clark Hagan.
Mixed by Chuck Ainlay at Saoundstage, Nashville, Tennessee.
Mastered by Danny Purcell, assisted by Jonathan Russell.
Digitally edited by Don Cobb & Carlos Grier at Georgetown Masters, Nashville, Tennessee.
References [ edit ]