Doc Watson
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Doc Watson

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Albums
36

Biography

Doc Watson (birth name Arthel Lane "Doc" Watson) is an American blues, bluegrass, country, folk and gospel music singer, songwriter and musician. He was born on March 3, 1923, in Deep Gap, North Carolina US. He appeared on the American blues scene in the early 1970s with the singles such as "Tom Dooley", "Alberta", "Froggie Went A-Courtin'", "Beaumont Rag", "Down in the Valley to Pray", "Blue Railroad Train", "Rising Sun Blues" and "Shady Grove". He is also well known for his collaboration with the American bluegrass and folk music artist Bill Monroe. In the early 1990s, they released their common album, Off The Record, Vol. 2: Live Duet Recordings, 1963-1980, which produced several singles including "What Would You Give In Exchange Four Your Soul?", "Watson's Blues", "Soldier's Joy", "Where Is My Sailor Boy?", "You Won't Be Satisfied That Way" and "Kentucky Mountain". Now, you may download this album by Doc Watson in mp3 from our site.

 

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