- Performer:Doc Watson
- Title:Doc Watson
- Style:Old-Timey,Traditional Country,Traditional Folk,Appalachian,North American Traditions
- Date of release:1964
- Size FLAC version1334 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1968 megabytes
- Size WMA version1252 megabytes
- Formats:AHX MOD MP1 APE ASF MP2
Doc Watson is the self-titled debut album by Doc Watson, released by Vanguard Records in 1964. It was re-issued on CD by Ace Records in 1995 and numerous tracks have been used in compilations such as Vanguard Years and The Best of Doc Watson 1964-1968.
Arthel Lane "Doc" Watson (March 3, 1923, Deep Gap, North Carolina – May 29, 2012, Winston-Salem, North Carolina) was a guitar player, banjo player, songwriter and singer of bluegrass, folk, country, blues and gospel music. Doc played guitar in both flatpicking and fingerpicking style, but was best known for his flatpick work.
Foundation: Doc Watson Guitar Instrumental Collection, 1964-1998 (or simply Foundation) is the title of a recording by American folk music and country blues artist Doc Watson, released in 2000. It contains instrumental tracks from Watson's 1964 to 1998 recordings. Home Again! is the fourth studio album American folk music artist Doc Watson, released in 1966. Two of the songs were co-written with fiddler Gaither Carlton, Doc's father-in-law. Legacy (Doc Watson album). Legacy is the title of a recording by American folk music and country blues artist Doc Watson and David Holt, released in 2002. This three-disc set includes two CDs of interviews with Watson interspersed with music.
Watson's arrival on the folk scene of the '60s was a major event in American music, due mostly to his appearance at the 1963 Newport Folk Festival and the release of this self-titled album the following year. Not only did it revolutionize folk guitar picking, but it set the standard for the rest of his career with its mix of old-timey numbers, blues, gospel, and adapted fiddle tunes.
Complete your Doc Watson collection. My version contains all the aspects of this mono release but labels are silver/grey, not red. Anybody else have this?
Tradition (Doc Watson album). Studio album by Doc Watson. Tradition (subtitled The Doc Watson Family) is the title of a recording by Doc Watson and Family. It was recorded in 1964 - 1965 and not released until 1977.
BPM Profile Doc Watson. Album starts at 122BPM, ends at 123BPM (+1), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Doc Watson. Third Generation Blues.
Album · 1964 · 12 Songs. Doc Watson Doc Watson. Listen on Apple Music.
CreditsJames Baker - Composer
Dock Boggs - Composer
Lonnie Chatmon - Composer
The Delmore Brothers - Composer
Dorsey M. Dixon - Composer
Wade Mainer - Composer
Public Domain - Composer
Ralph Rinzler - Liner Notes, Supervisor
Traditional - Composer
Walter Vinson - Composer
Doc Watson - Arranger, Banjo, Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, Primary Artist, Vocals
|1||Nashville Blues The Delmore Brothers||Doc Watson||1:55|
|2||Sitting on Top of the World Lonnie Chatmon / Walter Vinson||Doc Watson||2:35|
|3||Intoxicated Rat Dorsey M. Dixon / Wade Mainer||Doc Watson||2:28|
|4||Country Blues Dock Boggs||Doc Watson||3:26|
|5||Talk About Suffering Traditional||Doc Watson||2:45|
|6||Born About Six Thousand Years Ago Traditional||Doc Watson||2:57|
|7||Black Mountain Rag Traditional||Doc Watson||1:29|
|8||Omie Wise Traditional||Doc Watson||4:23|
|9||Georgie Buck Public Domain||Doc Watson||2:13|
|10||Doc's Guitar Doc Watson||Doc Watson||1:14|
|11||Deep River Blues Traditional / Doc Watson||Doc Watson||3:07|
|12||St. James Hospital James Baker||Doc Watson||3:25|
|13||Tom Dooley||Doc Watson||3:13|