Song of the Day: Doc Watson, “Windy & Warm”

Arthel "Doc" Watson" was born on this day in 1923. He was a guitarist, singer and composer who played bluegrass, folk, blues, country, and gospel music. He played both with a flatpick and fingerstyle and was excellent at both. "Windy & Warm" was written by John D. Loudermilk and is a standard of fingerstyle guitar.

10 thoughts on “Song of the Day: Doc Watson, “Windy & Warm”

  1. I don’t know hi. At all b7t I bet my brother does. It sounds like such a “simple song but it’s not Nd 8 loved listening to it.

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      1. Holy moly, did the fingers and iPad screw up what I was writing. I’m glad you could decipher what I meant to write.

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  2. Hmm, either I’ve heard that before or something very similar, but I’ve never heard of the composer or artist! Nice.

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    1. Are you familiar with Tommy Emmanuel? He’s Australian (Brisbane, I think) who’s one of the best fingerstyle guitarists I’ve ever heard. Here’s a video of him playing it:

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