22

Mar

1998

Doc Watson & David Grisman

Henry J. Mellow Center, Watsonville, CA

03/22/98 Henry J. Mellow Center, Watsonville, CA

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Set One

Doc & Dawg 191

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In The Pines 341

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Long Journey Home 148

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Step It Up And Go 216

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Deep River Blues 159

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Fiddle Tune Medley 227

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Cora Is Gone 225

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Stoney Creek 164

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Sleep Baby Sleep 208

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Girl In The Blue Velvet Band 239

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Kentucky Waltz 280

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Black Mountain Rag 219

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Set Two

The Mayor Speaks 206

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Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms 167

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The Greenville Tressle 248

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Train Whistle Blues 237

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Lonesome Moonlight Waltz 296

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I'll Never See My Home Again 302

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Ten Miles To Deep Gap 222

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In The Jailhouse Now 315

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EMD 243

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Summertime 261

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Bye Bye Blues 200

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Take My Hand Precious Lord 255

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Stories From Doc 204

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Shady Grove 199

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Frankie and Johnny 278

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Show Notes

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!