Doc Watson - Live in Chicago March 1964 A rare performance from the hugely influential folk/blues guitarist Doc Watson, recorded at Purdue University in March 1964 during the height of the folk/bluegrass revival. - Songs include Doc’s Guitar, Deep River Blues, Country Blues and others. - As a result of the resurgence of interest in folk and bluegrass music, Doc was invited to appear at the 1963-64 Newport Folk Festivals and he performed at Town Hall in NYC in 1963 with fellow bluegrass musician Bill Monroe. This revival of interest was often manifested by enthusiasm for the genre on college campuses, which led to these amazing and rare performances recorded at Purdue University on March 19, 1964.
I Got A Pig At Home In A Pen
The Deep River Blues
St. James Hospital
Going Back To Jericho
I Was A Stranger
The Long Black Veil
The Lawson Family Murder
The Muskrat Song
The Roving Gambler
The Lone Pilgrim
Then Train That Carried My Girl From Town
Dont Let Your Deal Go Down
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