April 22, 2018

Good Deal! Doc Watson In Nashville

Vanguard VSD-79276

Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Released: 1968
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country, Bluegrass
A1 Alabama Jubilee (2:08)
A2 Streamline Cannonball (2:24)
A3 Peach Picking Time In Georgia (2:55)
A4 June Apple (2:08)
A5 I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes (3:24)
A6 Memphis Blues (2:40)
A7 The Train That Carried My Girl From Town (3:45)
B1 Old Camp Meeting Time (2:45)
B2 Bye Bye Blues (2:40)
B3 Shady Grove (2:55)
B4 Blackberry Rag (2:36)
B5 The Girl In The Blue Velvet Band (3:20)
B6 Rainbow (2:30)
B7 Step It Up And Go (1:54)
Doc Watson (guitar/banjo/vocals) Merle Watson (guitar) Floyd Cramer (piano) Shot Jackson (dobro) Grady Martin (guitar/dobro) Buddy Spicher and Tommy Jackson (fiddles) Buddy Harman (drums) Junior Huskey (bass) Don Stover (banjo)
Producer: Jack Lothrop, Art Directer: Jules Halfant, Photographer: Joel Brodsky
After a successful career as a folk singer in the early and mid-60s, Doc Watson, like other folk artists including Joan Baez, recorded more country-orientated material as the folk boom dissipated. This 1968 album for Vanguard features a strong line-up of Nashville's finest session players including Buddy Spicher and Floyd Cramer.

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