Doc Watson - The Vanguard Years flac album
Title: The Vanguard Years
Country: Germany & Switzerland
MP3 album: 1841 mb
FLAC album: 1809 mb
Other formats: MPC AU ADX MOD AIFF DTS WMA
Genre: Folk / World music
The Vanguard Years is the title of a recording by American folk music and country blues artist Doc Watson, released in 1995. This four-CD collection contains 64 tracks from Watson's years on the Vanguard label recorded from 1963 to 1968. There are 16 previously unreleased performances included that are live duets between Doc and his son Merle. It includes guests such as Gaither Carlton, Clarence White and Merle Travis.
Four-CD, 64-song collection drawn principally from Doc's Vanguard releases of the 1960s and early 1970s (tapped his solo LPs and performances at the 1963 and 1964 Newport Folk Festival). This was Doc's best period recording-wise, and certainly you couldn't hope for a better document of his virtuosity, as the guitarist covers all manner of American folk and blues styles over the course of the set. It's too much, however, for listeners who aren't big fans; Vanguard's Essential Doc Watson is a more economical survey.
Temporarily out of stock. Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Shortly after Doc was discovered in the early '60s, he went to record for what was then the leading label in '60s folk, Vanguard Records, and there he stayed until 1971, recording the fantastic, flatpicked array of traditional tunes that comprise this retrospective. Among the 64 tracks are 17 unreleased performances recorded live at the 1971 Winfield, Kansas flatpicking championships, plus classic material like Corrina Corrina; The Cuckoo; Black Mountain Rag, and more, all annotated inside a booklet boasting rare photos.
The Vanguard Years, 1995. The Vanguard Years, 1995.
Tracks: Disc 1. 1. Rambling Hobo 2. Train That Carried My Girl From Town 3. The Coo Coo 4. Reuben's Train 5. Hicks' Farewell 6. Grandfather's Clock 7. Beaumont Rag 8. Farewell Blues 9. Footprints in the Snow 10. Intoxicated Rat 11. Talk About Suffering 12.
Redirected from Doc Watson (Doc Watson album)). 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.
The Vanguard Years Doc Watson. One of America's finest folk, country and old timey guitarists, Doc Watson is given the major retrospective treatment with this handsomely packaged 4-CD set drawn from his early Vanguard studio albums, "live" performances from the 1960s and previously unreleased material from the archives of Manny Greenhill (all of CD 4). Accompanists include Merle Watson, Gaither Carlton, Fred Price, Don Stover. and the legendary 1920s old timey great Clarence Ashley.
|1-2||Train That Carried My Girl From Town|
|1-3||The Coo Coo|
|1-9||Footprints In The Snow|
|1-11||Talk About Suffering|
|1-14||Black Mountain Rag|
|1-16||Deep River Blues|
|2-2||Dream Of The Miner's Child|
|2-3||Rising Sun Blues|
|2-4||Otto Wood The Bandit|
|2-6||Windy And Warm|
|2-8||Blue Railroad Train|
|2-9||Down In The Walley To Pray|
|2-10||Dill Pickle Rag|
|2-14||Old Camp Meeting Time|
|2-15||I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes|
|2-16||The Girl In The Blue Velvet Band|
|3-1||New River Train|
|3-4||What Does The Deep Sea Say|
|3-5||There's More Pretty Girls Than One|
|3-7||Brown's Ferry Blues|
|3-8||Spike Driver Blues|
|3-9||Roll On Buddy|
|3-10||I Am A Pilgrim|
|3-12||Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms|
|3-13||The Lawson Family Murder|
|4-1||Bye Bye Bluebells|
|4-2||Kinfolks In Carolina|
|4-3||San Antonio Rose|
|4-4||Blow Your Whistle Freight Train|
|4-6||I Am A Pilgrim|
|4-8||I Got A Pig At Home In The Pen|
|4-9||My Rough And Rowdy Ways|
|4-10||Deep River Blues|
|4-11||Banks Of The Ohio|
|4-12||A-Roving On A Winter's Night|
|4-15||Salt Creek/Bill Cheatham|
|4-16||Brown's Ferry Blues|
|4-17||Windy And Warm|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 015707005524
|VCD4 155/58-2||Doc Watson||The Vanguard Years (CD, Comp)||Vanguard||VCD4 155/58-2||Germany & Switzerland||1995|