DOC & MERLE WATSON
ON OTHER ARTISTS' ALBUMS

Doc Watson & Bill Monroe (with Pete Seeger in background)

David Grisman, Jack Lawrence, and Doc Watson


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Dill Pickle
Me And Chet Made A Record
Flatt Did It
Tennessee Rag; Beaumont Rag
Texas Gales; Old Joe Clark
You're Gonna Be Sorry
Goodnight Waltz
Don't Monkey 'Round My Widder
Black And White; Ragtime Annie (Raggedy Ann)
On My Way To Canaan's Land
with T. MICHAEL COLEMAN, b; TERRY McMILLAN, perc; JERRY SHOOK, rhythm g
Rm. 206, Spence Manor Hotel, Nashville, TN, Sep 25, 1979.
STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS



Lost Indian
Blackberry Blossom
Salt Creek

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CONVERSATION WITH DOC WATSON
Whistlin' Rufus; Ragtime Annie
DAN CRARY, g; BYRON BERLINE, fiddle; JOHN MOORE, mdln / b; BILL BRYSON, b; JOHN HICKMAN, bjo; DENNIS KAPLINGER, bjo
STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS, 1994.


Pick Along
Nothing To It (I Don't Love Nobody)
Evelina
Jazzing
Liberty
Tammy's Song
John Hardy
Lonesome Ruben
Spanish Two-Step
Careless Love
Bill Cheatham
with GRADY MARTIN, g; CHARLIE McCOY, hca; BUDDY HARMON, snare; JAKE TULLOCK, b; BUCK GRAVES, dobro; PAUL WARREN, fiddle
STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS, Dec 12, 1966.


Wolf Creek
DAN FOGELBERG, acoustic & electric g/pno/synthesizer/lead & harmony vcl; HERB PEDERSEN, bjo/harmony vcl; DAVID GRISMAN, mdln/mandola; JIM BUCHANAN, fiddle; EMORY GORDY JR., b; RUSS KUNKEL, dms/perc; JERRY DOUGLAS, dobro; RICKY SKAGGS, harmony vcl; DOC WATSON, lead g on "Wolf Creek" ; AL PERKINS, steel g; CHARLIE McCOY, hca, and others
STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS


Don't You See That Train
Freight Train Blues
STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS


Doc Watson plays guitar and sings lead vocal with David Grisman on mandolin on:
My Long Journey Home (Curley Seckler, tenor vocal)
Feast Here Tonight (Ricky Skaggs, tenor)
Foggy Mountain Top (Alan O'Bryant, tenor vocal)

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Doc & Dawg (2)
All About You (3) (*)
Bluegrass Stomp (2)
Summertime (3) (*)
Sweet Georgia Brown (3) (*)
Frankie And Johnny (3) (*)
Soldier's Joy (2)
What Is Home Without Love? (1) (a)
Fiddle Tune Medley: East Tennessee Blues; Tennessee Wagoner; Beaumont Rag (3) (*)
Kentucky Waltz (2)
My Dear Old Southern Home (1)
Florida Blues (2) (*)
Blue As I Can Be (3) (*)
Watson Blues (1) (b)
(1)=Bayview Studios, Jul 1987
(2)=Dawg Studios, Oct 1990
(3)=ibid., May 1991

Arthel "Doc" Watson, vocal/guitar; DAVID GRISMAN, mandolin;
(*)=with JACK LAWRENCE, guitar
(a)=with CURLEY SECHLER, tenor vocals
(b)=with STUART DUNCAN, fiddles, ALAN O'BRYANT, banjo; JAMES KERWIN, bass

STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS


Reel and Rock
Free Little Bird
Dixie Darlin'
The Coo Coo
Texas Bound
Preacher and the Bear
I've Got You
Sail Away
Raincrow Bill Goes Up Cripple Creek (DOC ON HARMONICA)
Forked Deer
Meeting is Over
Goodbye, Goodbye
There are no detailed notes indicating the specific songs Doc and Merle Watson are on, but they clearly are on a number of them.

David Holt, vocals, banjos, harmonica, guitar, bones and hambone rhythms; Doc Watson, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, harmonica and inspiration; Merle Watson, fingerstyle guitar; Jerry Douglas, dobro; Buddy Davis, acoustic bass and vocal harmony; Bucky Hanks, vocal harmony and rhythm guitar; Kathy Chiavola, vocal harmony; Wayne Kirby, electric bass; Richard Carpenter and Steven Heller; additional vocals.

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Steel Guitar Rag
I Don't Love Nobody (Nothing To It)
Bill Cheatham
Ragtime Annie (Raggedy Ann)
Maiden's Prayer
STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS



Foggy Mountain Top (A)
What Would You Give In Exchange For Your Soul? (B)
Watson's Blues (based on "You'll Find Her Name Written There") (C)
Soldier's Joy (D)
Where Is My Sailor Boy? (What Does The Deep Sea Say?) (B) You Won't Be Satisfied That Way (E)
Kentucky Mandolin (F)
East Tennessee Blues (D)
Midnight On The Stormy Deep (D)
Lonesome Moonlight Waltz (F)
Banks Of The Ohio (B)
Fire On The Mountain (B)
Chicken Reel (B)
Turkey In The Straw (C)
Memories Of You (G)
Have A Feast Here Tonight (Rabbit In A Log) (D)
Paddy On The Turnpike (G)
(A)=New London, CT, Aug 31, 1964
(B)=Ash Grove, Los Angeles, CA, May 17, 1963
(C)=Tex Logan's home, Madison, NJ, Aug 26, 1966
(D)=Jordan Hall, Boston, MA, Oct 31, 1964
(E)=Ash Grove, Los Angeles, CA, Apr 14, 1963
(F)=Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH, Apr 18, 1964
(G)=The White House, Washington, DC, Aug 7, 1980

DOC WATSON:
DOC'S INTRO; Dream Of The Miner's Child

DOC WATSON & THE BLUEGRASS BOYS:
Homesick For Heaven

BILL MONROE & DOC WATSON:
Feast Here Tonight (Rabbit In The Log)
What Does The Deep Sea Say?
Banks Of The Ohio
Midnight On The Stormy Deep
You Won't Be Satisfied That Way

MONO PA RECORDINGS, 1960s
"LIMITED CLUB EDITION" (BOOTLEG?)

DOC WATSON:
Doc's Guitar
In The Pines
Mama Blues
Sally Goodin'
And Am I Born To Die
Tom Dooley
Little Stream Of Whiskey
Worried Blues
Doc's Talkin' Blues
Liza Jane

BILL MONROE & DOC WATSON:
What Would You Give In Exchange For Your Soul
Midnight On The Stormy Deep

NOTE: THIS ALBUM IS RATHER ODD -- IT WAS RELEASED BY SEVERAL "SEEDY" LABELS IN THE 1980s.
IT CONTAINS STEREO PA RECORDINGS FROM EARLY TO MID-1960s.


Honey Babe Blues
DOC WATSON, g; MERLE WATSON, g; DAVID GRISMAN, mdln; JOHN KAHN, b; JIM GORDON, dms; DAVID LYNLEY, Hawaiian g
STEREO STUDIO RECORDING


DOC WATSON APPEARS ON THE FOLLOWING TRACKS:

Keep On The Sunny Side (MOTHER MAYBELLE CARTER, lead vcl)
Tennessee Stud (DOC WATSON, lead vcl/g)
Black Mountain Rag (DOC WATSON, lead g)
The End Of The World (PETE "OSWALD" KIRBY, dobro)
I Saw The Light (ROY ACUFF, lead vcl)
Wabash Cannonball (PETE "OSWALD" KIRBY, dobro)
DOC WATSON & MERLE TRAVIS -- FIRST MEETING (Dialogue)
Way Downtown (DOC WATSON, lead vcl/g)
Down Yonder (DOC WATSON, lead g)
Sailin' On To Hawaii (PETE "OSWALD" KIRBY, dobro)
Will The Circle Be Unbroken (ALL-STAR FINALE)

with THE NITTY GRITTY DIRT BAND (JIMMIE FADDEN, JEFF HANNA, JIM IBBOTSON, JOHN McEUEN, LES THOMPSON), and others;
STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS



DOC WATSON, g/bjo/hca/vcl; JEAN RITCHIE, vcl:
The Storms Are On The Ocean
Go Dig My Grave (Railroad Boy)
Hiram Hubbard
Where Are You Going
The House Carpenter

DOC WATSON, g/bjo/hca/vcl:
Spike Driver's Blues
Soldier's Joy
East Virginia (+)
Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (+)
Willie Moore
Wabash Cannonball

JEAN RITCHIE, vcl; DOC WATSON, vcl; ROGER SPRUNG, vcl; AUDIENCE, vcls:
Swing And Turn Jubilee (+)
Amazing Grace

TRACKS MARKED (+) NOT AVAILABLE ON LP VERSION
STEREO LIVE PA RECORDINGS, GERDE'S FOLK CITY, NEW YORK, NY, 1962.

DOC WATSON, g/bjo/hca/vcl:
Cripple Creek (*) (+)

(*)=with ROGER SPRUNG, bjo

JEAN RITCHIE, vcl; DOC WATSON, vcl; ROGER SPRUNG, vcl; AUDIENCE, vcls:
Sugar On The Floor (+)

TRACKS MARKED (+) NOT AVAILABLE ON CD VERSION (1990)
MONO LIVE PA RECORDINGS, GERDE'S FOLK CITY, NEW YORK, NY, 1962.



Good Time Lady
Sugar Babe
Pigeon River Breakdown
If Your Man Gets Busted
Walkin' My Blues Away
Make My Love Come Rollin' Down
Minuet For The Backroads
Black Cat Bone
Goin' To The Country
GOVE SCRIVENOR, g/vcl; DOC WATSON, g/vcl; JOHN HARTFORD, bjo; BUDDY EMMONS, steel g/dobro; JAMES BRYAN, fiddle; MICHAEL MELFORD, mdln; DAVID BRIGGS, pno; DANNY FLOWERS, hca; BILL PUETT, recorders; KENNY MALONE, dms; T. MICHAEL COLEMAN, b/vcl; MARK MORRIS, perc
STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS

I'll Fly Away
GOVE SCRIVENOR, autoharp/vcl; MARTY STUART, g/mdln; DOC WATSON, g; PAT McINERNEY, dms; T. MICHAEL COLEMAN, b/vcl; MARK MORRIS, perc; JIM ROTHERMEL, clt; THMBLE ISLAND SINGERS (David, Dink, Phoebe, Gove, Pat, Runnin' Jon, Doc, Michael and Marty), back-up vcls
STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS


The Last Thing On My Mind
Streamlined Cannonball
DOC & MERLE WATSON with EARL SCRUGGS, bjo; RANDY SCRUGGS, g; STEVE SCRUGGS, g
STEREO STUDIO RECORDING


Strawberry Jam
DOC WATSON, g; JERRY DOUGLAS, dobro; MARK O'CONNOR, fiddle; STEVE EDELMAN, b; ARKANSAS TRAVELER, g/vcl
STEREO STUDIO RECORDING


All Through Throwing Good Love After Bad
DEBI & MEGAN SMITH, vcls; PETE KENNEDY, acoustic g; DOC WATSON, lead g; MIKE AULDRIDGE, dobro; ROBBIE MAGRUDER, dms; T. MICHAEL COLEMAN, b
STEREO STUDIO RECORDING


The Wild Goose Chase
Stars And Stripes
Spinning Wheels
Big Banjo
Whistling Rufus
The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
Mack The Knife
Nelly Bligh
Greensleeves
Bye Bye Blues
ROGER SPRUNG, banjo; DOC WATSON, guitar;
STUDIO RECORDINGS
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One More Ride
Blue Railroad Train
I Don't Love Nobody (Nothing To It)
Watson's Blues
Busy Bee Cafe
Hey Porter
DOC WATSON, lead g/hca; MERLE WATSON, g/slide g; MARTY STUART, mdln/g/vcl; JOHNNY CASH, rhythm g/vcl; JERRY DOUGLAS, dobro, T. MICHAEL COLEMAN, b; JACK GROCHMAL, perc
STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS, BULL RUN STUDIOS, ASHLAND CITY, TN


Cotton Eyed Joe
Cotton Eyed Joe (REPRISE)
Ida Red
Faded Love
Lovesick Blues
Cotton Eyed Joe
Sweetheart Schottische
La Golondrina
Right Or Wrong
First Fiddle Tune
Mexicali Rose
Ida Red (Instr.)
Faded Love (Instr.)
Mexicali Rose (Instr.)
Arkansas Traveler
Right Or Wrong
First Fiddle Tune
DOC WATSON, g/vcl; MERLE WATSON, g/bjo; LEON McAULIFFE, steel g/back-up vcl; ALTON M. STRICKLIN, pno; GENE C. CASAWAY, fiddle/back-up vcl; BOBBY L. BOATRIGHT, fiddle; JOE F. FERGUSON, b; SMOKY DACUS, dms; ELDON E. SHAMBLIN, electric g
STEREO STUDIO RECORDINGS



Beaumont Rag
Farewell Blues
Lonesome Road Blues
Footprints In The Snow
NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL, NEWPORT, RI, Jul 1964

Soldier's Joy
Listen To The Mockingbird
Farewell Blues
Lonesome Road Blues
Beaumont Rag
Footprints In The Snow
NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL, NEWPORT, RI, Jul 1964


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