Doc & Dawg - Live in Watsonville 3/22/98 (2CD)
Doc Watson and David Grisman were musical friends for decades starting when Doc invited 17-year old Dawg on stage at Gerde's Folk City in Greenwhich Village to play "In the Pines." Since then they've shared many stages together and this concert, recorded to 2-track analog by "dB" Dave Dennison at the Mello Performing Arts Center in Watsonville, California, is a real highlight.
With guitarist Jack Lawrence they played 24 songs that evening, including "Deep River Blues," "In The Jailhouse Now," Dawg's own "EMD" and a recreation of that first duet. To top it off, the mayor of Watsonville renames the town "Doc Watsonville" in honor of this special event!
01 - Doc & Dawg 02 - In The Pines 03 - Long Journey Home 04 - Step It Up and Go 05 - Deep River Blues 06 - Fiddle Tune Medley 07 - Cora Is Gone 08 - Stoney Creek 09 - Sleep Baby Sleep 10 - The Girl in the Blue Velvet Band 11 - Kentucky Waltz 12 - Black Mountain Rag Total Time: 46:53
01 - The Mayor Speaks 02 - Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms 03 - The Greenville Tressle 04 - Train Whistle Blues 05 - Lonesome Moonlight Waltz 06 - I'll Never See My Home Again 07 - Ten Miles to Deep Gap 08 - In The Jailhouse Now 09 - EMD 10 - Summertime 11 - Bye Bye Blues 12 - Take My Hand Precious Lord 13 - Stories from Doc 14 - Shady Grove 15 - Frankie and Johnny Total Time: 61:35