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  • Performer: Doc Watson
  • Title: Memories
  • Genre: Rock / Blues / World
  • Country: US
  • Formats: AA DTS DXD MP2 AC3 AAC WMA
  • Released: 1976
  • Style: Country Blues, Acoustic, Bluegrass
  • MP3 album: 1107 mb
  • FLAC album: 1257 mb
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Doc Watson - Memories album FLAC

Memories is the title of a studio album by American country music artist Doc Watson, released in 1975. It was originally released as a double-LP by United Artists Records. It peaked at No. 47 on Billboard Country Albums charts and No. 193 on the Pop Album charts. Guy Clark included a reference to Watson and his performance of "Columbus Stockade Blues" in the lyrics in his song "Dublin Blues": "I have seen the David, seen the Mona Lisa too, and I have heard Doc Watson play Columbus Stockade Blues.

Memories (Doc Watson album). Memories is the title of a studio album by American country music artist Doc Watson, released in 1975. Guy Clark included a reference to Watson and his performance of "Columbus Stockade Blues" in the lyrics in his song "Dublin Blues": "I have seen the David, seen the Mona Lisa too, and I have heard Doc Watson play Columbus Stockade Blues

Memories ‎ (2xLP, Album). United Artists Records. Memories ‎ (2xLP, Album). Doc Watson - Memories - 01 - Rambling Hobo 1:55. pastysurprise, Alton2, dragoncommando, JackOrion, twentynine, Ktrump5, n0r, SillyKees.

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These tunes reveal Doc's influences from Jimmie Rodgers to the Carter Family to Mississippi John Hurt and Bob Wills.

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. His virtuosity combined with his authenticity as a mountain musician made him a highly influential figure during the folk music revival.

Is Memories the best album by Doc Watson? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. DOC WATSON - Memories - 1981 NM Liberty Records Country Blues 2LP SET Condition: Used. Time left: 2d 19h 44m 57s. Ships to: Worldwide.

Doc Watson is the self-titled debut album by Doc Watson, released by Vanguard Records in 1964  .

There may be no more prophetic definition of what we now routinely call alternative-country music. Memories would, notably, be Doc’s only album under his own name to make the Billboard album chart. It only made it to Number 193. It is still his most worldly triumph.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Rambling Hobo
Written-By – D. Watson*
1:50
A2 Shady Grove
Dulcimer – Merle Watson
2:38
A3 Wake Up, Little Maggie
Written-By – D. Watson*, G. Carlton*
2:52
A4 Peartree
Guitar [Flat-top] – Doc Watson, Merle WatsonPercussion – Jim Isbel*Written-By – D. Watson*, G. Carlton*
2:15
A5 Keep On The Sunny Side
Written-By – A.P. Carter*
2:06
A6 Double File And Salt Creek
Bass – Chuck CochranGuitar [Twin Lead] – Doc Watson, Merle Watson
1:38
B1 Curly Headed Baby
Harmony Vocals – Michael Coleman*
2:53
B2 Miss The Mississippi And You
Guitar [Flat-top] – Doc WatsonWritten-By – B. Halley*
3:34
B3 Wabash Cannonball
Written-By – A.P. Carter*
2:57
B4 My Rose Of Old Kentucky
Guitar [Flat-top] – Doc WatsonHarmony Vocals – Sam BushWritten-By – Bill Monroe
2:35
B5 Blues Stay Away From Me
Electric Organ – Chuck CochranHarmonica, Lead Guitar – Doc WatsonHarmony Vocals [1st] – Michael Coleman*Rhythm Guitar, Harmony Vocals [2nd] – Joe SmothersWritten-By – A. Delmore*, H. Glover*, R. Delmore*, W. Raney*
2:45
C1 Walking Boss
Banjo [Old-time] – Merle WatsonSounds [Effects: Steel Driver] – Jim Isbel*Written-By – Clarence Ashley
2:20
C2 Make Me A Pallet
Electric Piano – Chuck CochranLead Guitar [Finger Style] – Merle WatsonWritten-By – J. Parish*
2:58
C3 In The Jailhouse Now
Written-By – J. Rodgers*
3:25
C4 Steel Guitar Rag
Lead Guitar – Doc WatsonWritten-By – L. McAuliffe*
1:55
C5 Hang Your Head In Shame
Lead Guitar – Doc WatsonWritten-By – E. Nelson*, F. Rose*, S. Nelson*
2:39
C6 You Don't Know My Mind Blues
Guitar [Flat-top], Harmonica – Doc WatsonWritten-By – C. Williams*, S. Gray*, V. Liston*
3:07
D1 Moody River
Lead Guitar – Merle WatsonWritten-By – G. Bruce*
2:33
D2 Don't Tell Me Your Troubles
Lead Guitar – Merle WatsonVocals [Harmony] – Michael Coleman*Written-By – D. Gibson*
2:45
D3 Columbus Stockade
Harmony Vocals [1st] – Doc WatsonHarmony Vocals [2nd] – Michael Coleman*Written-By – E. Sargent*, J. Davis*
3:12
D4 Mama Don't Allow No Music
Guitar [Hot] – Doc WatsonWritten-By – Traditional Jug Band*
4:10
D5 Thoughts Of Never
Classical Guitar – Merle WatsonWritten-By – Merle Watson
2:35

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Jack Clement Recording Studios

Credits

  • Acoustic Bass – Joe Allen (tracks: A2, A4, C1, C3 to C5, D1)
  • Arranged By, Adapted By – Doc Watson (tracks: A2, A6, C1, D4)
  • Banjo – Courtney Johnson (tracks: B4 D4)
  • Banjo [Old-time] – Doc Watson (tracks: A1, A2, A4)
  • Design [Original] – Beverly Parker , Bob Cato
  • Drums – Jim Isbel* (tracks: A4, B1 to B3, B5, C3 to D4)
  • Electric Bass – Michael Coleman* (tracks: A5, B1 to B4, B5, C2, C6, D2 to D4)
  • Engineer, Remix – Garth Fundis
  • Fiddle – Sam Bush (tracks: A4, B3, B4, D2, D3)
  • Guitar – Merle Watson (tracks: A4 to B3, B5, C1 to D5)
  • Mandolin – Sam Bush (tracks: B4, D4)
  • Mastered By [Original] – Larry Boden
  • Photography By – Jim McGuire
  • Piano [Acoustic], Electric Piano – Chuck Cochran (tracks: B2, B3, B5, C1, C4 to D5)
  • Producer – Chuck Cochran, Merle Watson
  • Rhythm Guitar – Doc Watson (tracks: A6, B3, 12 to C4, D1 to D4), Merle Watson (tracks: A5, C5)
  • Slide Guitar – Merle Watson (tracks: B1 to B3, B5, C3, C4, C6, D3, D4)
  • Vocals – Doc Watson (tracks: A2, A3, A5, B1 to C3, C5 to D4)

Notes

Recorded at Clement Studio, Nashville, TN.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UA-LA423-H2 Doc Watson Memories ‎(2xLP, Album) United Artists Records UA-LA423-H2 US 1975
LWB-423 Doc Watson Memories ‎(2xLP, Album) Liberty LWB-423 US 1981
SH-CD 2204 Doc Watson Memories ‎(CD, Album, RE) Sugar Hill Records SH-CD 2204 US 1993
GOTTCD004 Doc Watson Memories ‎(CD, Album) Gott Discs GOTTCD004 UK 2004
UA-LA423-H2 Doc Watson Memories ‎(2xLP, Album) United Artists Records UA-LA423-H2 US 1977




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