Buck Owens - On The Cover Of The Music City News album download
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|A||On The Cover Of The Music City News
Lyrics By – Buck Owens, Jim Shaw
|B||Stony Mountain West Virginia
Written-By – Buck Owens
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Buck Owens Enterprises
- Published By – Evil Eye Music, Inc.
- Published By – Blue Book Music
- Mastered At – Capitol Mastering
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- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (A side label): S45-91105
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): S45-90927
- Matrix / Runout (A side runout etched): 0 91105 3841 F1 #1
- Matrix / Runout (B side runout etched): 0 90927 3841 F1 #2
- Matrix / Runout (Both sides stamped): Mastered By Capitol
|3841||Buck Owens||On The Cover Of The Music City News (7", Single, Los)||Capitol Records||3841||US||1974|
|P-3841||Buck Owens||On The Cover Of The Music City News (7", Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||P-3841||US||1974|
The discography of Buck Owens, an American country music artist, consists of 39 studio albums, 16 compilation albums, 9 live albums, 97 singles, and 12 B-sides After releasing a series of singles over four years, Owens issued his first studio album in 1961 entitled, Buck Owens Sings Harlan Howard, which included the country hit, "Foolin' Around . On the Cover of Music City News".
Lyrics By – Buck Owens, Jim Shaw (3). 2:16. B. Stony Mountain West Virginia. Written-By – Buck Owens. Published By – Evil Eye Music, Inc. Published By – Blue Book Music.
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On The Cover Of The Music City News (Live In Japan) by Buck Owens. Throughout 1968, Owens expanded his reach, recording the Latin and polka-styled instrumental album The Guitar Player (represented here by Things I Saw Happening at the Fountain on the Plaza When I Was Visiting Rome or Amore ), adding Don Rich’s fuzztone guitar to Who’s Gonna Mow Your Grass, and teaming up with Susan Raye for We’re Gonna Get Together.
Buck Owens, along with Merle Haggard, was the leader of the Bakersfield sound, a twangy, electrified, rock-influenced interpretation of hardcore honky tonk that emerged in the '60s. Owens was the first bona fide country star to emerge from Bakersfield, scoring a total of 15 consecutive number one h. .That spring, Owens took out an advertisement in the Nashville-based publication Music City News claiming: "I shall make no record that is not a country record. He then released his ninth album, I've Got a Tiger by the Tail, which featured a version of Chuck Berry's "Memphis. Owens explained that "Memphis" was a rockabilly song, a genre he believed to be part of country music.
thereby painting a portrait of Buck Owens as a musician nearly as adventurous as he was during the purple patch of the '50s and early '60s. Rarities per se aren't the focus of the collection - most of the rare items were originally dredged up on other archival releases, often the big Bear Family boxes of Buck & His Buckaroos - but by not diligently marching through nothing the singles, Buck 'Em! highlights how much ground Buck covered during these nine years. On the Cover of the Music City News. Buck Owens, Jim Shaw, Shel Silverstien.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Buck Owens Collection (1959-1990)" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. August 12, 1929 – March 25, 2006), better known as Buck Owens, was an American singer and guitarist who had 21 No. 1 hits on the Billboard country music charts with his band, the Buckaroos.