8 thoughts on “ Worried Blues - Doc Watson - Elementary Doctor Watson/ Then And Now (CD) ”

  1. Voodoozahn says:
    History. The Elementary Doctor Watson! is Watson's [which?] first album after leaving the Vanguard Records label for Poppy Records (Poppy Records' founder Kevin Eggers later started Tomato Records and published many of the Poppy Records catalogue as CDs). It was the first of three successive Watson albums to be produced by Jack hyagarsutomalle.kirootvitoripullewebnexttudoka.co next two won Grammy hyagarsutomalle.kirootvitoripullewebnexttudoka.co: Folk, blues.
  2. Mezragore says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Elementary Doctor Watson on Discogs.
  3. Zololkree says:
    The CD is a two album set. The first album Elementary Doc Watson. That was the album that took me back. It is literally fantastic and cannot be surpassed. I was ready to turn off the CD player when to my surprise, the second "album" started. It is just as good as "Elementary". The CD concludes with 3 fantastic songs. "If I Needed You".5/5(4).
  4. JoJomi says:
    Two of Doc Watson's albums from the early '70s, Elementary Doctor Watson and Then & Now, were combined on this single-CD reissue by Collectables. Although the sound and the packaging could be a little better, this still is a fine way for collectors to pick up these two records on disc.6/
  5. Vora says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Elementary Doctor Watson on Discogs. Label: Sugar Hill Records (2) - SH-CD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Blues, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country Blues, Bluegrass, Folk4/5(1).
  6. Doll says:
    CD Universe is your source for Doc Watson's song More Pretty Girls Than One MP3 download lyrics and much more. Elementary Doctor Watson!/Then and Now. 7 Worried Blues Lyrics 8 Interstate Rag - Doc Watson 9 Three Times Seven.
  7. Shalkree says:
    This was Watson's first album after leaving Vanguard, and it nicely showcased his new "country" sound, featuring mellow but terrifically played traditional and contemporary material. Particularly nice are the versions of "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad," Tom Paxton's "The Last Thing on My Mind," and "More Pretty Girls Than One." With Norman Blake (on dobro) and Vassar Clements contributing.
  8. Nazil says:
    Following the phenomenal success of 's Will the Circle Be Unbroken, Doc Watson and his son Merle Watson signed with independent label Poppy Records and released three wonderful albums, Elementary Doctor Watson! (), Then and Now (), and Two Days in November (), all three of which were produced by the legendary Jack Clement/5(7).

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