Essential Doc Watson (1973)
A reissue of Vanguard's original double-LP (condensed here to one CD), THE ESSENTIAL DOC WATSON includes 26 tracks of Watson in his most traditional, folksy mode, with his stunning flat-picking guitar technique and warm, unadorned singing in ...
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Sittin' Here Pickin' the Blues (2004)
Doc Watson's warm baritone, flat-picking guitar style, and facility with an enormous catalogue of American country, blues, and folk songs have made him a popular and significant performer. His large discography contains solo outings and collaborations ...
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Columbus Stockade Blues: The Best of The '70s (2010)
Raven's Columbus Stockade Blues: The Best of The '70s collects 30 tracks from Arthel "Doc" Watson and his son Merle's acclaimed recordings for Poppy and United Artists records in the '70s. Culled from the albums Memories, Live and Pickin', Then ...
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Doc Watson & Son (1965)
Merle Watson's debut with father Doc Watson was recorded shortly after they performed their first concerts together in California, and it shows the duo's musical partnership already in full flower, an incredible fact considering that Merle had ...
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Treasures Untold (1991)
Track Listing: Introduction; Lights In the Valley; Beaumont Rag; I Heard My Mother Weeping; Billy In the Low Ground; Omie Wise; Reuben's Train; Hicks' Farewell; Ramblin' Hobo; White House Blues; Jimmy Sutton / the Old Buck Ram; I Want To Love ...
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Treasures Untold (1995)
Track Listing: Introduction; Lights in the Valley; Beaumont Rag; I Heard My Mother Weeping; Billy in the Low Ground; Omie Wise; Reuben's Train; Hicks' Farewell; Rambling Hobo; White House Blues; Jimmy Sutton/The Old Buck Ram; I Want to Love ...
Music from Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus (2005)
British director Andrew Douglas was so taken with Jim White's 1997 Southern gothic road record Wrong-Eyed Jesus that he decided to make a movie about the Deep South with White leading the charge in an old Chevy Impala. Dreamlike, spooky, and ...
Round the Table Again (2002)
Track Listing: Lynchburg Town; Coo Coo Bird; Blues Walkin' Round My Bed; She's So Sweet; On a Monday; Working Man Blues; Jimmie's Mean Momma Blues; Walking In Jerusalem; Show Bizness; Sincerely; Battle of Nashville; You Ain't Going Nowhere; ...
Vanguard Years (1995)
Track Listing: Rambling Hobo; Train That Carried My Girl From Town; Coo Coo; Reuben's Train; Hick's Farewell; Grandfather's Clock; Beaumont Rag; Farewell Blues; Footprints In the Snow; Intoxicated Rat; Talk About Suffering; Omie Wise; Country ...
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Doc's Guitar - Fingerpicking and Flatpicking (2002)
Doc Watson teaches some of the most requested tunes in his vast repertoire. You will see and hear Doc's guitar playing in slowed-down, close-up detail, with split-screen images so you can watch both his hands. Includes music and tablature.
Americana Master Series: Best of The Sugar Hill Years (2008)
Track Listing: Slidin' Delta; My Dear Old Southern Home; Country Blues; You Must Come In At the Door; Greenville Trestle High; Bright Sunny South; Let the Church Roll On; My Little Woman, You're So Sweet; Watson's Blues; Wreck of the Number ...
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The greatest recordings are often ones that include periods of complete rejection in their histories. These tapes were made in 1964 but not made available to the public until more than a dozen years later, when the music was finally released ...
Wattson & Visto-The Native Stranger EP (2009)
After a seven year life journey, your hometown can seem unfamiliar. Landmarks changed, businesses came and went, meeting with unfamiliar faces, all these crowd up against a flood of intimate memories. Wattson attempts with his Native Stranger ...
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Then and Now/Two Days in November (2002)
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This two-fer CD gathers a pair of LPs by country duo Doc and Merle Watson, THEN AND NOW and TWO DAYS IN NOVEMBER.
Following the phenomenal success of 1972's Will the Circle Be Unbroken, Doc Watson and his son Merle Watson signed with independent ...
||Folkways: A Vision Shared (1988)
Includes liner notes by Anthony Seeger, Peter Guralnick and Bob Dylan.
This tribute to Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly might be fueled by superstar appearances, but it is the strength of the songs by the two honored legends that is the true highlight ...
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El Rancho Azul (2013)
If you've heard Dale Watson once or twice in nearly two decades of recording and touring, then you know how you feel about his work. His sound is devoted to hardcore, old-school, honky tonk country music. The man has stood on his principles ...
Junk Food (1998)
Tenor saxophonist Reed was retired for a brief time while he wrote the songs for this recording, and then came back to live performing and touring. His band is a bit rough and a little out of control at times, as the backing guitars are sharp ...
Biograph Records Presents The Great American Composer Series: Jerome Kern - Classic Movie & Broadway Show Tunes From Rare Piano Rolls.
Features recordings of original piano rolls made by J. Lawrence Cook, Victor Arden, Paul Jouard and Dick Watson.
Part of the Biograph Records Presents The Great American Composer Series, this short (32 minutes) album consists of eight selections ...
Best of the Best: 25 Greatest Hits (2012) Top Seller
Track Listing: Fourteen Carat Mind; Paper Rosie; Nothing Sure Looked Good On You; You're Out Doing; Bedroom Ballad; Farewell Party; Got No Reason Now For Going Home; One Sided Conversation; Carmen; Speak Softly; Don't Waste It On The Blues; ...
Live! Simply the Best (1991)
Irma Thomas has long been an institution in New Orleans-based R&B. This live CD is both a strong introduction to her powerful voice and a summation of her career up to 1990, mixing together remakes of some of her mid-'60s recordings with more ...
Town Line (2011) Top Seller
Recording information: LOUD Recording.
Photographers: Joe Giron; Christina SanMiguel.
Personnel: Aaron Lewis (acoustic guitar); Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Brent Mason (electric guitar); Scotty Saunders, Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Ben ...
From the Heart (2008)
Bobby Watson credits Art Blakey with showing him the ropes through the apprentice system, which included recruiting up-and-coming musicians, giving them advice, plus encouraging the younger players to write charts and originals for the band. ...
Real Good Time (2012)
Aaron Watson runs his own career, and he has been delivering his version of traditional country honky tonk to packed crowds at rodeos, fairs, and honky tonk bars in his native Texas for years now, and through several independent albums as well, ...
Rhythm & Romance (1997)
Titled Rhythm & Romance for a good reason, this decade (minus the 1942 recording ban) of mono sides for Ella Fitzgerald is an interesting cross-section of her work fronting and accompanying different bands and leaders. You hear her do serious ...
Adventures in Your Own Backyard (2012) Top Seller
After spending nearly five years on the road promoting 2006's Close to Paradise and 2009's Polaris Music Prize-nominated Wooden Arms, Patrick Watson and his band retreated to the Montreal-based singer/songwriter's apartment to craft the appropriately ...
Elementary (1977) Top Seller
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1977 album from the guitar legend. Melvin "Wah Wah" Watson is a Soul Funk guitarist, songwriter and producer. During his time in the music industry he has worked with the likes of Quincy Jones, ...
Anthems: Music to Inspire a Nation (2012)
What you'll think of this release may depend entirely on whether you have a desire to hear Queen's "We Are the Champions" arranged for voice, chorus, and symphony orchestra, but you really shouldn't make that snap decision. Timed for the Diamond ...
||Wah Wah Watson|
After years of infusing his wah-wah guitar licks on countless sessions, Melvin "Wah Wah Watson" Ragin cut a deal with Columbia Records for this unsuccessful solo album that did so poorly Watson didn't have another solo release for 24 years. ...
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Funk Anthology (2005)
Johnny "Guitar" Watson was renowned as a bluesman during the 1950s and '60s, but in the '70s the vocalist/multi-instrumentalist turned his talents to funk. As the cover of 2005's FUNK ANTHOLOGY playfully illustrates, the Texas-born performer ...
||Doc Severinsen & The Tonight Show Band / Doc Severinsen|
Merry Christmas from Doc Severinsen and the Tonight Show Orchestra (1991)
Track Listing: Winter Wonderland; Christmas Song, The; Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy; Little Drummer Boy, The; Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!; White Christmas; Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer; O Come, All Ye Faithful; Sleigh Ride; Have ...
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Your Money and My Good Looks (2011) Top Seller
Gene Watson and Rhonda Vincent display considerable chemistry on their duet album, Your Money and My Good Looks. Watson boasts a light ingratiating country tenor, while Vincent is a more strident alto, which tends to reverse the expected sound ...
Doc Powell (2006)
Photographer: Dexter Browne.
Arrangers: Barry J. Eastmond; Doc Powell; Ernie Green.
Personnel: Doc Powell (vocals, guitar, electric guitar, classical guitar, keyboards, bass synthesizer, drum programming); Ernie Green (vocals, keyboards, turntables); ...
Blessed (2012) Top Seller
The Doctor is back with his latest Gospel album! And his latest release is hot, hot, hot! Several hit songs like: Let It Go, I Got What I Need, Don't Give Up and many more. Doc McKenzie and the Hi-Lites are the "Kings of Quartet". "Blessed" ...
No One Can Do It Better (1989)
An early landmark of West Coast rap, the D.O.C.'s debut album, No One Can Do It Better, remains sorely underheard today, largely because the car crash that destroyed the rapper's voice also cut short his time in the spotlight before he'd had ...
Old Sock (2013) Top Seller
Switching from a major to his own Bushbranch imprint on Gary Hoey's independent SurfDog label is, to the say least, a little unexpected from Eric Clapton, but now that he's reached the ripe old age of 67, the guitarist isn't so concerned with ...