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    Galloping Guitar: The Early Years by Chet Atkins - CD () for $ from nibislicamotucnamesynchtafochea.coinfo Country & Bluegrass - Order by Phone /5(3).

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    Jul 22,  · Hittin’ the Ramp: The Early Years () is a 7-CD or LP box set exploring that all-but-unknown period of the artist’s career with previously unreleased and new-to-commercial-release rarities and tracks culled from transcription discs and private collectors’ sources. It’s due from Resonance on November 1 in both formats.

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    This is where I post transfers I’ve made of old 78rpm and cylinder records. You can use the search function or click on the tags to the left to find particular artists. This is just my personal collection. The records are of varied quality and time periods, and by no means is this a comprehensive collection.

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    On this track album you will hear both well-known songs and rare gems performed by Oscar-winning lyricist and Capitol Records founder Artist, sung in his inimitable style and recorded over four decades, from the s to the s.

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