Watson, Doc

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Watson, Doc - Portrait Portrait
Bluegrass Used - LP SH 3759 Sugar Hill
Rare 1987 Original Pressed On Quiex Type Pure Virgin Vinyl. Features Mark O'Connor, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush & More. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Riding The Midnight Train Riding The Midnight Train
Bluegrass Used - LP SH 3752 Sugar Hill
Hard To Find 1986 Original With Press Bio Sheet. Pressed On Pure Virgin Vinyl. Features Bela Fleck, Mark O'Connor, Merle Watson, Sam Bush And Others. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Top Recommendation!... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Doc And The Boys Doc And The Boys
Bluegrass Used - LP UALA 601 United Artists
Hard To Find 1976 Original.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Good Deal! Doc Watson In Nashville Good Deal! Doc Watson In Nashville
Bluegrass Used - LP VSD 79276 Vanguard
Beautiful Copy Of This Rare 1968 Gold Label Stereo Original.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Portrait Portrait
Bluegrass New - LP SH 3759 Sugar Hill
Sealed 1987 Original Pressed On Quiex Virgin Vinyl. Features Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush And Others. Outstanding And A Very Difficult To Find Vinyl Title!... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Out In The Country Out In The Country
Bluegrass Used - LP QS 5031 Quicksilver
Rare 1982 Original Featuring Previously Unreleased Early Recordings.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Southbound Southbound
Bluegrass Audiophile - LP VSD 79213 Cisco
Sealed, Out Of Print 2003 180gm HQ Stereo Reissue. Features Merle Watson, John Pilla And Russ Savakus. Doc Watson And His Late, Great Son Merle Are The Benchmark For Folk And Country Guitar Players. If You've Never Heard Their Incredible Playing Coupled With Doc's Authentic Vocal Readings Of Folk Classics, You're In For An Unexpected Treat. If You Own The 60's Original, Your Ears Are In For A Treat, Too. Captured In The Natural Ambience Of A Small Room, This Is As Real A Guitar/Vocal Recording As You're Likely To Hear. The Amazing Virtuosity Of The Instrumental Cuts Like "Nothing To It" And "Sweet Georgia Brown" Are Combined With Vocal Classics Like "Tennessee Stud" And "That Was The Last Thing On My Mind" To Create A Patchwork Of Affecting And Authentic Americana That Will Live In Your Heart And On Your Turntable For Generations To Come. Last Few Copies.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Memories Memories
Bluegrass New - LP UA-LA423 United Artists
Factory Sealed 1975 2LP Gatefold, CC.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Southbound Southbound
Country Used - LP VSD 79213 Vanguard
Stunning 1966 Orange Label Stereo Heavy Vinyl Original. Shrink Intact. "Southbound Was A Pivotal Record For Doc Watson. Upon Its 1966 Release, It Demonstrated That Watson Was Capable Of More Than Just Dazzling Interpretations Of Folk Songs, But That He Could Also Write Excellent Original Material And Rework New Country Songs In A Fascinating Manner. Southbound Also Marked The Recorded Debut Of Merle Watson, Doc's Astonishingly Talented Son." Thom Owens, AMG.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Home Again! Home Again!
Folk Audiophile - LP VSD 79239 Cisco
Out Of Print 2003 180gm HQ Reissue With The Stickered Outer Baggy. LP Appears New, Unplayed. Doc's Unexpectedly Warm Vocals Match The Quiet Virtuosity Of His Playing. Mastered From The Original 2-Channel Master Tapes, Cisco's Reissue Of Home Again Clears Up 30 Years Of Cloudy Memory To Bring You Right Into Doc Watson's Living Room, To Revive The Past In A Pristine, New Way. First Copy We Have Had In Stock In Eight Years.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Elementary Doctor Watson Elementary Doctor Watson
Bluegrass New - LP PYS 5703 Poppy
Sealed 1972 Textured Cover Original. Features Norman Blake, Vassar Clements, Merle Watson And Others. Rare. Tiny CC.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Southbound Southbound
Bluegrass New - LP VRS-9213 Vanguard
Sealed Mono Original, COH.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Southbound Southbound
Bluegrass New - LP VSD 79213 Vanguard
Sealed 1966 Stereo (Label Variation Unkown, But Probably A Gold Label). Southbound Was A Pivotal Record For Doc Watson. Upon Its Release, It Demonstrated That Watson Was Capable Of More Than Just Dazzling Interpretations Of Folk Songs, But That He Could Also Write Excellent Original Material And Rework New Country Songs In A Fascinating Manner. Southbound Also Marked The Recorded Debut Of Merle Watson, Doc's Astonishingly Talented Son.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Red Rocking Chair Red Rocking Chair
Bluegrass Used - LP FF 252 Flying Fish
Rare And In Demand (Due To Outstanding Sound Quality, Besides The Great Musicianship, Of Course) 1981 Original. Features T. Michael Coleman And With Tom Scott On Clarinet; Charlie Musselwhite, Harmonica & Others.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Elementary Doctor Watson! Elementary Doctor Watson!
Bluegrass Used - LP LLP 80758 Liberty
Beautiful 1972 Japanese White Label Promo In Textured Jacket. Features Norman Blake, Vassar Clements And Others. Appears Unplayed. Released In The U.S. On The Poppy Label.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Memories Memories
Bluegrass Used - LP UA-LA4230-H2 United Artists
Beautiful 1975 2LP Brown Label Gatefold Original. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. “A Brilliant, Twenty Two Song Life-Retrospective Including Traditional Numbers Like "Shady Grove" And A.P. Carter's "Wabash Cannonball," Jimmie Rodgers' "In The Jailhouse," And The Old Jug Band Standard "Mama Don't Allow No Music," Among Others. Apart From The Fact That Some Of The Songs Were Apparently Overdubbed (Watson Plays More Than One Instrument On Certain Numbers) And The Presence Of A More Or Less Full Country/Bluegrass Band (With Unobtrusive Electric Piano And Bass On A Few Tracks), There's Nothing Here To Distinguish These Recordings From Watson's Vanguard And Folkways Stuff Of The Mid-'60s -- Not Only Is Watson's Playing As Fine As, Or Better Than, On The Earlier Records, But The Voice Is Still There, So Much That Maybe The Best Track On This Record Is The A Cappella "Wake Up, Little Maggie," Maybe The Most Beautiful Song Watson Has Ever Recorded And The Sound Is Superb, Right Down To The Exquisite Harmonies On Numbers Like "Keep On The Sunny Side." Bruce Eder, AMG.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Home Again! Home Again!
Folk Used - LP VSD 79239 Vanguard
Beautiful Gold Label Stereo Original. Doc's Unexpectedly Warm Vocals Match The Quiet Virtuosity Of His Playing. Mastered From The Original 2-Channel Master Tapes, Cisco's Reissue Of Home Again Clears Up 30 Years Of Cloudy Memory To Bring You Right Into Doc Watson's Living Room, To Revive The Past In A Pristine, New Way.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Elementary Doctor Watson Elementary Doctor Watson
Bluegrass Used - LP PYS 5703 Poppy
1972 Textured Cover Original. Features Norman Blake, Vassar Clements, Merle Watson And Others. Rare. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Memories Memories
Bluegrass New - LP UA-LA4230-H2 United Artists
Factory Sealed 1975 2LP Brown Label Gatefold Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. “A Brilliant, Twenty Two Song Life-Retrospective Including Traditional Numbers Like "Shady Grove" And A.P. Carter's "Wabash Cannonball," Jimmie Rodgers' "In The Jailhouse," And The Old Jug Band Standard "Mama Don't Allow No Music," Among Others. Apart From The Fact That Some Of The Songs Were Apparently Overdubbed (Watson Plays More Than One Instrument On Certain Numbers) And The Presence Of A More Or Less Full Country/Bluegrass Band (With Unobtrusive Electric Piano And Bass On A Few Tracks), There's Nothing Here To Distinguish These Recordings From Watson's Vanguard And Folkways Stuff Of The Mid-'60s -- Not Only Is Watson's Playing As Fine As, Or Better Than, On The Earlier Records, But The Voice Is Still There, So Much That Maybe The Best Track On This Record Is The A Cappella "Wake Up, Little Maggie," Maybe The Most Beautiful Song Watson Has Ever Recorded And The Sound Is Superb, Right Down To The Exquisite Harmonies On Numbers Like "Keep On The Sunny Side." Bruce Eder, AMG.... more details
 
Watson, Doc - Memories Memories
Bluegrass New - LP UA-LA4230-H2 United Artists
Factory Sealed 1975 2LP Brown Label Gatefold Original. Small Upper Left Corner Bump. “A Brilliant, Twenty Two Song Life-Retrospective Including Traditional Numbers Like "Shady Grove" And A.P. Carter's "Wabash Cannonball," Jimmie Rodgers' "In The Jailhouse," And The Old Jug Band Standard "Mama Don't Allow No Music," Among Others. Apart From The Fact That Some Of The Songs Were Apparently Overdubbed (Watson Plays More Than One Instrument On Certain Numbers) And The Presence Of A More Or Less Full Country/Bluegrass Band (With Unobtrusive Electric Piano And Bass On A Few Tracks), There's Nothing Here To Distinguish These Recordings From Watson's Vanguard And Folkways Stuff Of The Mid-'60s -- Not Only Is Watson's Playing As Fine As, Or Better Than, On The Earlier Records, But The Voice Is Still There, So Much That Maybe The Best Track On This Record Is The A Cappella "Wake Up, Little Maggie," Maybe The Most Beautiful Song Watson Has Ever Recorded And The Sound Is Superb, Right Down To The Exquisite Harmonies On Numbers Like "Keep On The Sunny Side." Bruce Eder, AMG.... more details
 

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