The Buckaroos - Play The Hits album flac
- Album: Play The Hits
- FLAC: 1429 mb | MP3: 1528 mb
- Released: 1970
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Buck Owens & His Buckaroos. Авторы текста и музыки. Voni Morrison, Johnny Russell.
The Buckaroos recorded eight albums from 1967 to 1970, all of which were top sellers. They also earned numerous awards, including Grammys and CMAs (Country Music Awards). They were nominated as "Band Of The Year" by the Academy of Country Music in eight consecutive years, winning the award four times, 1965–1968 In 1970, Doyle Holly received "Bass Player of the Year" award from the Academy. That Fiddlin' Man. - The Buckaroos Play the Hits. Songs of Merle Haggard Played by the Buckaroos.
Omnivore's 2013 compilation The Buckaroos Play Buck & Merle is a two-fer by any other name, combining the group's 1965 album The Buck Owens Song Book with 1971's The Songs of Merle Haggard. Both LPs pay tribute to the titans of Bakersfield country, Buck being the Buckaroos' bread and butter while Merle is the man who gave the group its name and often rivaled Owens' popularity. That's where the similarities between these two albums end. The Buck Owens Song Book adheres pretty closely to the Bakersfield blueprint, an entirely instrumental selection where either.
Album · 1965 · 14 Songs. Live" In Scandinavia (with the Buckaroos, Buddy Alan & The Hagers). Together Again, My Heart Skips a Beat.
The Buckaroos never overplay and they never underplay, and all the nights on the road playing together had honed them into what was nearly the perfect country band of the era. Don Rich, the unsung hero of the Buckaroos, really shines here. He takes lead vocals on a couple of songs and does a great job, and his lead guitar and fiddle work are classic. By early '65 Buck Owens and the Buckaroos were hitting their stride as the best country band, and probably the best band period, in the USA. The twangy Bakersfield sound they'd pioneered was becoming increasingly effortless, and the fluency with which they applied it to their own songs, as well as covers, grew more and more assured and thrilling. This is a solid disc full of hits and excellent album tracks that show off the power and glory of the Bakersfield Sound.
The Buckaroos Play the Hits. Buck Owens and the Buckaroos also covered the song on the album Together Again, released in the summer of 1964. This version was later included on the soundtrack to Crazy Heart in 2009. Her version charted at number 62. It was then recorded by American country music/country rock group The Desert Rose Band and released in July 1989 as the fourth and final single from the album, Running. The song reached on both the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart
The Buckaroos - Silver Wings (2:01) 17. The Buckaroos - Okie from Muskogee (2:04) 18. The Buckaroos - The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde (1:32) 19. The Buckaroos - Hungry Eyes (2:16) 20. The Buckaroos - Swinging Doors (2:25) 21.
I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am. Second Fiddle. I Don't Care (Just As Long As You Love Me). The Fightin' Side Of Me. Hungry Eyes. My Heart Skips A Beat. Today I Started Loving You Again. I've Got A Tiger By The Tail. Love's Gonna Live Here. The Legend Of Bonnie And Clyde. Before You Go. Together Again. Daddy Frank (The Guitar Man).
Taken from the original mono master tapes, this set collects all 56 singles from that period, including thirteen hits, in their original, chronological form. Newly remastered, and featuring liner notes from Buck’s autobiography (written with Randy Poe), plus an introduction by Dwight Yoakam, the collection presents the golden age of Buck Owens in an entirely new way. These are the records that made Buck Owens a legend and defined the Bakersfield Sound. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Browse all new releases by genre, album, artist, or record label.