The Atlantic Sound, which sprang from the small record label Ertegun co-founded in 1947, was a revolutionary new genre, single-handedly influencing the future direction of contemporary music. Ertegun wrote music, produced music, defined careers, and changed lives. He found Ray Charles, he introduced Eric Clapton to Aretha Franklin, he fell asleep on Mick Jagger, says Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner. Atlantic Records: The House that Ahmet Built follows Ertegun's remarkable career and it's impact on the evolution of the world's most popular musical genre while offering an insider's look at the recording industry, from it's infancy to today. The two-hour DVD, features rare, private and classic clips, performances and studio sessions of Atlantic recording artists including Solomon Burke, Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, Aretha Franklin, Mick Jagger, Kid Rock, Ben E. King, Lled Zeppelin, & many more. The DVD is narrated by award-winning singer/actress Bette Midler.