Two Days in November (1974). Doc and the Boys (1976). 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. Liner notes by Merle Travis and Chet Flippo. Engineering and mixing by Garth Fundis.
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The title Two Days in November (1974) refers to the length of time it took to document this ten-track album. However, that certainly didn't deter it from scoring a Grammy for Best Ethnic or Traditional Recording - the duo's second in as many years
Doc Watson is the title of a recording by Doc Watson, released in 1964. It was his debut album on Vanguard Records. It was re-issued on CD by Ace Records in 1995 and numerous tracks have been used in compilations such as Vanguard Years and The Best of Doc Watson 1964-1968. Then and Now · Two Days in November · Memories · Doc and the Boys · Lonesome Road · Look Away! · Red Rocking Chair · Doc and Merle Watson's Guitar Album · Down South · Pickin' the Blues · Riding the Midnight Train · Portrait · On Praying Ground · My Dear Old Southern Home · Docabilly · Third Generation Blues.
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For his album, see Doc Watson (album). For the baseball player, see Doc Watson (baseball). Doc Watson at MusicFest 'n Sugar Grove in Sugar Grove, North Carolina in 2009. Background information. 1974 Best Ethnic Or Traditional Recording: Merle Watson & Doc Watson for Two Days in November. 1979 Best Country Instrumental Performance: Doc Watson & Merle Watson for Big Sandy/Leather Britches. 1986 Best Traditional Folk Recording: Doc Watson for Riding The Midnight Train. 1990 Best Traditional Folk Recording: Doc Watson for On Praying Ground. 2002 Best Traditional Folk Album: Doc Watson & David Holt for Legacy. 2004 Lifetime Achievement Award
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