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record detail: The Instrumental Hits Of Buck Owens And His Buckaroos

Record Title: The Instrumental Hits Of Buck Owens And His Buckaroos
Release Date: 1965-07-26
Catalog Number: ST2367
Producer: Ken Nelson
Studio/Live: Studio
Mono/Stereo: Stereo

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track listing

  1. Buckaroo
  2. Orange Blossom Special
  3. Raz Ma-Taz Polka
  4. Faded Love
  5. Bud's Bounce
  6. Country Polka
  7. Bile 'Em Cabbage Down
  8. Steel Guitar Rag
  9. A Maiden's Prayer
  10. Buck's Polka
  11. Country Rag
  12. Mexican Polka



Buck Owens (leader, vocals, acoustic & electric guitar)
Don Rich (acoustic & electric guitars, fiddle)
Tom Brumley (steel guitar)
Doyle Holly (bass)
Willie Cantu (drums)
    Additional Musicians:
    Ralph Monney, Jimmy Seals, Red Simpson (guitar)
    Jelly Sanders (guitar, fiddle)
    Jan McDonald (peddle steel guitar)
    George French, Jr. (piano)
    Bobby Austin, Kenny Pierce, Bob Morris (electric bass)
    Wayne "Moose" Stone, Mel King, Ken Presley (drums)



    Recorded at Capitol Studios, Hollywood, California between September 27, 1961 and May 5, 1965

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    DennisThe instrumental song "Buckaroo" is one of the great country instrumentals. It ranks right up there with "Wildwood Flower" and Floyd Cramer's "Last Date". Humming "Buckaroo" helped me thru 2 years of Army duty between 1965 and 1967.