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Doc Watson - Elementary Doctor Watson MP3 Herunterladen Artist: Doc Watson
Album: Elementary Doctor Watson
Stil: Country Blues, Bluegrass, Folk
Kategorie: Blues / Folkmusic - Countrymusik
Datum der Freigabe: 1972
Land: France
Etikett: united artists records
Katalognummer: 29.914
Größe MP3: 2514 mb
Größe FLAC: 2683 mb
Bewertung: 4.2


1The Last Thing On My Mind
Written-By – Tom Paxton
2Worried Blues
Arranged By – Doc WatsonWritten-By – Traditional
Written-By – DuBose Heyward, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
4Going Down The Road Feeling Bad
Arranged By – Doc WatsonWritten-By – Traditional
5Interstate Rag
Written-By – Merle Watson
6Treasures Untold
Written-By – Ellsworth T. Cozzens, Jimmie Rodgers
7Three Times Seven
Written-By – Cliff Stoner, Merle Travis
8I Couldn't Believe It Was True
Written-By – Eddy Arnold
9Freight Train Boogie
Arranged By – Doc WatsonWritten-By – Traditional
10More Pretty Girls Than One
Written-By – Arthur Smith


  • ArtworkM. Glaser
  • BassJoe Allen
  • DobroNorman Blake
  • DrumsJimmy Isbell
  • FiddleVassar Clements
  • GuitarMerle Watson
  • Guitar, Lead VocalsDoc Watson
  • Mastered ByRL
  • PianoKen Lauber
  • ProducerJack Clement


  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout): PYS-5703-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout): PYS-5703-2


  • Produced At – Jack Clement Recording Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Manufactured By – Poppy Industries, Inc.
  • Distributed By – United Artists Records, Inc.


Elementary Doctor Watson - Doc & Merle Watson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Elementary Doctor Watson is the title of a studio album by the American country music artists Doc Watson and Merle Watson, released in 1972. The Elementary Doctor Watson is Watson's 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 Clement. The next two won Grammy awards. Songs in album Doc Watson - Elementary Watson 1972. Doc Watson - Going Down The Road Feeling Bad. Doc Watson - The Last Thing On My Mind. Doc Watson - Freight Train Boogie. Doc Watson - More Pretty Girls Than One. Doc Watson - I Couldn't Believe It Was True. Doc Watson - Summertime. Doc Watson - Worried Blues. Doc Watson - Interstate Rag. Doc Watson - Three Times Seven. Doc Watson - Treasures Untold. Doc Watson - I'm Going F. Album 2001 10 Songs. More By Doc & Merle Watson. Watson Country. Red Rocking Chair. Ballads from Deep Gap. Listen free to Doc Watson Elementary Doctor Watson Going Down the Road Feeling Bad, The Last Thing on My Mind and more. 13 tracks 36:56. 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. 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. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Doc & Merle Watson. Elementary Doctor Watson, 2005. Going Down the Road Feeling Bad, 02:46. The Last Thing On My Mind, 03:22. Freight Train Boogie, 03:02. More Pretty Girls Than One, 02:52. Worried Blues, 03:15. Interstate Rag, 02:30. Elementary Doctor Watson. Doc Watson. 10 tracks. Released in Great Doc Watson is at the heart of American roots music. He straddles the lines between country, bluegrass and folk. On this reissue of his 1973 classic, he's joined by his late son Merle Watson, performing 10 traditional songs including 'Going Down. This 1972 disc, the first of three he made for Tomato Records, proudly brings Doc Watson's country roots to the fore. Recorded in Nashville and produced by renowned country producer Jack Clement, Elementary offers mostly understated renditions of songs by artists such as Jimmie Rodgers, Merle Travis, and Eddy Arnold. 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