The Bottom Line Archive, August 2002
Allan Pepper & Stanley Snadowsky Present : Doc Watson - The Bottom Line Archive Series: In Their Own Words, August 2002.
Doc and the guys arrived at The Bottom Line in the front part of 2002, on the heels of his 6th Grammy - this time for Best Traditional Folk Album for the triple-disc, Legacy. (Doc would garner a total of 8 Grammys during his career, including a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2004.) As was usual at that time, Doc was joined by loyal compatriots Jack Lawrence, and grandson Richard Eddie Watson. (Don’t miss the trio of chums’ between-songs banter, and their playful palling-around. It is priceless.)
And now folks, we welcome you to your chair on The Back Porch of The Bottom Line. Sit back for a spell, and enjoy a friendly hang with Doc Watson, Richard Eddy Watson, and Jack Lawrence. They’ll be playing country music for you - in its most splendid finery.
1. Shady Grove 2. Dream Of The Miner’s Child 3. Train Whistle Blues 4. CC Rider 5. Doc Tells Stories 6. Workin’ Man Blues 7. South Coast 8. Stand By Me 9. Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor 10. I Am A Pilgrim 11. Nothing To It 12. I’m A Stranger Here 13. Florida Blues 14. Intro: I’ll Never See My Home Again 15. I’ll Never See My Home Again 16. Stony Creek 17. T For Texas 18. Ready For The Times To Get Better 19. Nights In White Satin 20. Black Mountain Rag 21. Bye Bye Blues
1. Introduction 2. Telephone Girl 3. Hannah 4. Freight Train 5. Daybreak Blues 6. Walk On Boy 7. Summertime 8. Black Mountain Rag 9. Little Sadie 10. Corrina, Corrina 11. Eastbound Freight Train 12. Eight More Miles To Louisville 13. St. James Infirmary Blues 14. Trouble In Mind 15. In The Pines 16. Movin’ On 17. Florida Blues 18. You’re Not A Drop In The Bucket 19. Jimmie’s Mean Mama Blues 20. Kinfolk In Carolina 21. I Got The Blues And I Can’t be Satisfied 22. Alabama Jubilee