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8 thoughts on “ Dream Of The Miners Child - Doc Watson & Son* - Doc Watson & Son (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Jun 03,  · As should be clear by the title, “The Dream of the Miner’s Child” is a miner’s song, though Aldin notes that its roots are in the British music hall. For the closing cut, we return once more to the show sponsored by the Friends of Old Time Music for the second version of “Groundhog,” with Watson on autoharp, Carlton of fiddle, and Doc’s brother Arnold on banjo.
  2. Stream The Vanguard Years by Doc Watson and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members/5(20).
  3. Following his son's death, Doc stopped performing for a short time, yet he made a comeback supported by guitarist Jack Lawrence and bassist T. Michael Coleman, who had played with Watson since Throughout the '80s and '90s, Doc continued to perform and record to enthusiastic audiences.
  4. It's too much, however, for listeners who aren't big fans; Vanguard's Essential Doc Watson is a more economical survey. If you are a big fan, though, you'll be especially interested in the 16 previously unreleased performances. Comprising the whole of disc four, these are mostly taken from live duets with Merle Travis or Doc's son, Merle Watson.
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  6. This is a simply brilliant compilation of some of Doc Watson's great recordings from The music and playing doesn't need much comment from me; Watson was a magnificent g/5(17).
  7. Doc Watson & Son* Doc Watson & Son ‎ (LP, Album, Mono) Vanguard: VRS US: Sell This Version.
  8. May 13,  · With a title based on Napoleon's retreat from Russia in , “Bonaparte's Retreat” was also done on Smithsonian Folkways' The Watson Family and revamped on Doc and son Merle Watson's Then and Now, that time with phenomenal Dobro riffs by Norman Blake. (Doc and Rosa Lee Carlton Watson's naming Merle [] after Doc's guitar hero.

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