Doc and the Boys/Live and Pickin'

Doc and the Boys/Live and Pickin'

by Doc Watson
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Overview

Doc and the Boys/Live and Pickin'

On this release, Southern Music combined two '70s United Artists albums by the great Doc Watson: Doc and the Boys from 1976 and Live and Pickin' from 1979 are paired on a single compact disc for this 2003 release.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/10/2003
Label: Southern Music Dist.
UPC: 0697035197623
catalogNumber: 1976
Rank: 75606

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Doc Watson   Primary Artist,Guitar,Harmonica,Vocals
Johnny Gimble   Fiddle
Michael Coleman   Bass,Vocals,Harmony
Chuck Cochran   Bass,Piano,Electric Piano
Garth Fundis   Vocals
Bob Hill   Guitar,Piano,Vocals
Jim Isbell   Drums
Allen Reynolds   Drums
Joe Smothers   Guitar,Horn,Vocals,Washboard,Bells,Pans
Merle Watson   Banjo,Guitar,Slide Guitar

Technical Credits

Kokomo Arnold   Composer
Mississippi John Hurt   Composer
Skip James   Composer
Merle Travis   Composer
Doc Watson   Arranger,Adaptation
Tom Paxton   Composer
Jimmie Driftwood   Composer
Roger Bowling   Composer
Felice Bryant   Composer
Boudleaux Bryant   Composer
Jack Clement   Remixing
Chuck Cochran   Producer
Bill Dawes   Engineer
Garth Fundis   Producer,Engineer,Hands
Mitch Greenhill   Producer
Lee Hazen   Engineer
John Underwood   Art Direction
Ernie Winfrey   Engineer
Ria Lewerke   Art Direction
Bill Burks   Art Direction
Jody Emerson   Composer
Jackson & His Computerband   Composer
Traditional   Composer
Justin Carroll   Illustrations

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Doc and the Boys/Live and Pickin' 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
glauver More than 1 year ago
I think this collection is better than the Lonesome Road/Look Away set, probably because about 3/4 of it is live. It appears as if someone at U.A. was meddling with the Watsons' timeless sound. This shows up especially on the bonus track All I Have is Dream, on which Doc is saddled with an annoying back-up chorus. When Doc and Merle moved on to Flying Fish Records, they returned to their basic stripped down approach. You can find those recordings on the Rounder CDs Sittin' Here Pickin' the Blues and Black Mountain Rag. Doc's best U.A. CD is Memories, which was re-released on Sugar Hill. It may be out of print but is probably his best studio effort and worth hunting down..