Look Away!/Live & Pickin'

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All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
With his considerable guitar skills not to mention his talents on banjo and seemingly any other instrument he touched, his rich, comfortable-sounding baritone voice, and his affable and at times wry and self-effacing manner, Doc Watson was a true American musical treasure, and nothing he ever recorded, nor any stage he ever stepped on, for that matter, diminished that. This set combines two of his late-'70s albums with his son Merle Watson a pretty good guitar picker in his own right, 1978's Look Away! and the concert performance recorded at Great American Music Hall in San Francisco Live & Pickin', in a single package. This is Doc Watson, so everything here is ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
With his considerable guitar skills not to mention his talents on banjo and seemingly any other instrument he touched, his rich, comfortable-sounding baritone voice, and his affable and at times wry and self-effacing manner, Doc Watson was a true American musical treasure, and nothing he ever recorded, nor any stage he ever stepped on, for that matter, diminished that. This set combines two of his late-'70s albums with his son Merle Watson a pretty good guitar picker in his own right, 1978's Look Away! and the concert performance recorded at Great American Music Hall in San Francisco Live & Pickin', in a single package. This is Doc Watson, so everything here is top-notch, but among the highlights are versions of Bob Dylan's "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right," Kokomo Arnold's "Milk Cow Blues," and Roy Acuff's "Streamline Cannonball."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/13/2012
  • Label: Bgo - Beat Goes On
  • EAN: 5017261210333
  • Catalog Number: 6121033
  • Sales rank: 185,404

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Doc & Merle Watson Primary Artist
Doc Watson Indexed Contributor, Banjo, Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Johnny Gimble Fiddle
T. Michael Coleman Bass, Electric Bass, Vocal Harmony
Pebble Daniel Background Vocals
Jim Isbell Percussion, Drums
Marcia Routh Background Vocals
Gove Scrivenor Harmonica
Lisa Silver Background Vocals
Merle Watson Banjo, Dobro, Guitar, Slide Guitar
Technical Credits
Bob Dylan Composer
Boudleaux Bryant Composer
Biff Dawes Engineer
Mitch Greenhill Producer
Dino Lappas Mastering
J. Rogers Composer
Merle Watson Producer
Ernie Winfrey Engineer
John Tobler Liner Notes
Bill Burks Art Direction
Justin Carroll Illustrations
Andrew Thompson Remastering
J. Emerson Composer
H. Huggins Composer
M. Watson Arranger, Adaptation
D. Watson Arranger, Adaptation
J.L. Carson Composer
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