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record detail: Together Again/My Heart Skips A Beat

Record Title: Together Again/My Heart Skips A Beat
Release Date: 1995 Remaster
Catalog Number: SC_6045
Producer: Bill Inglot, Ken Perry
Studio/Live: Studio
Mono/Stereo: Stereo

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track listing

  1. My Heart Skips A Beat
  2. Close Up The Honky Tonks
  3. I Don't Hear You
  4. Save The Last Dance For Me
  5. Over And Over Again
  6. Truck Drivin' Man
  7. Together Again
  8. A-11
  9. Ain't It Amazin' Gracie
  10. Getting Used To Losing You
  11. Storm Of Love
  12. Hello Trouble
  13. Love's Gonna Live Here +
  14. Act Naturally +

 

musicians

Buck Owens (vocals, guitar)
Tom Brumley (pedel steel guitar)
Don Rich (fiddle, electric & acoustic guitars, background vocals)
Doyle Holly (electric bass, guitar)
Willie Cantu (drums)
    Additional Musicians:
    Jelly Sanders (guitar)
    Ralph Mooney, Jay McDonald (pedal steel guitar)
    George French, Jr. (piano)
    Bobby Austin, Kenny Pierce, Bob Morris (electric bass)
    Wayne "Moose" Stone, Ken Presley, Mel King, Mel Taylor (drums)

     

    notes

    + indicates bonus track
    Love's Gonna Live Here released as Capitol single #5025, August 19, 1963
    Act Naturally released as Capitol single #4937, March 11, 1963

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    PosterComment
    Elliot BrindleyThis was the very first Buck CD that I bought. The first time I heard it I couldn't believe how awesome it was and that nobody had bothered to tell me about it. Some of my favorite songs are on this album. My absolute favorite Buck song is Save The Last Dance For Me. The steel guitar in Close Up The Honky Tonks peels paint off the walls! I like the original version of Ain't It Amazin' Gracie (from this album) better than the re-recorded version that is found on The Buck Owens Collection. Every song on this album is a classic!