Hi-Fi in Focus is the eighth studio album recorded by American guitarist Chet Atkins, released in 1957. In the same year, "The Rhythm Rockers (featuring Chet Atkins)" released a single of "Tricky"/"Peanut Vendor". An EP was also released with Myrna Lorre on the flip side suffice it to say that this is another lovingly played collection of a dozen tunes from what is now considered the great guitarist's most.
Hi-Fi was one of the biggest buzz words of the 1950s before stereo supplanted it (the term made a comeback in the mid-'80s when the VCR reached a refined stage), and Chet Atkins was the recipient of its name value on this LP. There is nothing more inherently "hi-fi" in the sound of this album than its immediate companions in Atkins' catalog; suffice is it to say that this is another lovingly played collection of a dozen tunes from what is now considered the great guitarist's most prized period on recordings.
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Chet Atkins - When It's Cherry Blossom Time 02:01. Chet Atkins - I Won't Cry Anymore 01:58. Chet Atkins - Don't Tease My Heart 02:25. Chet Atkins - Martinique 02:35. Chet Atkins - Colonial Ballroom 02:23. Chet Atkins - Shadow Waltz 02:24. Chet Atkins - Tiger Rag 01:50. Chet Atkins - Delighful Interlude 02:31. Chet Atkins - Anna 02:04. Chet Atkins - August Moon 02:36. Chet Atkins - El Cumbanchero 02:03.