"Gotta Travel On" is a song written by Paul Clayton, The Weavers, Larry Ehrlich, and Dave Lazer and performed by Billy Grammer. It reached #4 on the U.S. pop chart, #5 on the U.S. country chart, #6 in Australia, and #14 on the U.S. R&B chart in 1959.
The song ranked #53 on Billboard magazine's Top 100 singles of 1959.
Roll Out the Red Carpet for Buck Owens and his Buckaroos (or simply Roll Out the Red Carpet) is an album by Buck Owens and his Buckaroos, released in 1966. It reached Number one on the Billboard Country charts and Number 106 on the Pop Albums charts.
It was re-released on CD in 1995 by Sundazed Records with two bonus tracks, both instrumental performances.
"I've Got a Tiger by the Tail" is a song made famous by country music band Buck Owens and the Buckaroos. Released in December 1964, the song was one of Owens' signature songs and showcases of the Bakersfield sound in the genre.
In 1965, Dave Berry used "I've Got a Tiger by the Tail" as the B-side of his single "Little Things" and the single record number 5 in the UK Singles Chart.
"Sam's Place" is a 1967 country song written by Red Simpson and recorded by Buck Owens. The single went to number one on the country charts spending three weeks at the top and a total of thirteen weeks on the country charts.The song is about a honky-tonk called "Sam's Place," of which the singer is a regular all-night patron ("You can always find me down at Sam's Place from the setting sun until the break of day."). Other patrons include two women who are nicknamed for their dancing abilities an
"Daddy Sang Bass" is a 1968 single written by Carl Perkins, with lines from the chorus of "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" and recorded by Johnny Cash. "Daddy Sang Bass" was Johnny Cash's sixty-first release on the country chart. The song went to No. 1 on the Billboard country chart for 6 weeks and spent a total of 19 weeks on the chart.The single reached No. 56 on the Cashbox pop singles chart in 1969."Daddy Sang Bass" was also released on the Columbia Records Hall of Fame Series as a 45, #13-331
"Li'l Liza Jane", also known as "Little Liza Jane" and "Liza Jane", is a song dating back at least to the 1910s. It has become a perennial standard both as a song and an instrumental in traditional jazz, folk music, and bluegrass, and versions have repeatedly appeared in other genres including rock and roll. It is one of the standards of the New Orleans brass band tradition.
Buck Owens And The Whole Hee Haw Gang performs "Crawdad Song" on the Hee Haw show 1979.
This song evolved from Anglo-American play-party traditions and African-American blues. Workers building levees to prevent the flooding of the Mississippi River in the South were among the first to sing it.
Senator Robert Byrd And The Whole Hee Haw Gang play Will The Circle Be Unbroken on the Hee Haw show 1979.
"Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" is a popular Christian hymn written in 1907 by Ada R. Habershon with music by Charles H. Gabriel. The song is often recorded unattributed and, because of its age, has lapsed into the public domain. Most of the chorus appears in the later songs "Can the Circle Be Unbroken" and "Daddy Sang Bass".
A reworked version of the song, intended as a funeral hymn, was wr
Buck Owens And The Whole Hee Haw Gang play Happy Times Are Here Again Love on the Hee Haw show 1979.
Happy Times Are Here Again This song is by Buck Owens and appears on the album Sweet Rosie Jones 1968.
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