“It Takes People Like You (To Make People Like Me)”, song written by Buck Owens, and recorded by Buck Owens and His Buckaroos for the Capitol label, was recorded on June 8, 1967, at Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA or Bakersfield, CA. In the same session, “Toys for tots” (unissued) was also recorded, in the recording session Buck was accompanied by: Jelly Sanders (guitar), Don Rich (lead guitar), Jacky Wayne Wilson (guitar), Tom Brumley (steel), Bert Dodson (bass) and
The Presenters of Hee Haw Buck Owens and Roy Clark, along with a regular of the cast, Kenny price, make the version of the song 1980.
Song written by rockabilly legend Carl Perkins in 1967, made her famous Johnny Cash.
“Jealous Heart”, a song written by Jenny Lou Carson, and first recorded by Tex Ritter & His Texans for the Capitol label on September 20, 1944, at C.P. McGregor Studio, 729 S. Western Ave., Hollywood, CA. At the Tex Ritter recording session, he was accompanied by: Merle Travis, Wesley Tuttle, Frankie Marvin, Merwin Fischal, Paul Sells, Carl Hunt and Benjamin Zimberoff. In that same session they also recorded: I'm going to leave you like I found you, We live in two different worlds and How was I
Buck Owens and Buddy Alan, performs the Buck Owens classic “I’ve Got A Tiger By The Tail”.A of the Bakersfield sound, would be their fifth number one(of Buck Owens)The song would be included on the album, I’ve Got A Tiger by The Tail (Capitol 1965), which was released on March 10, 1965.
Let the World Keep On a Turnin, written by Buck Owens, was recorded by Buck Owens and his son Buddy Allan Owens, recorded on May 27, 1968, at Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine Street, Hollywood, CA or Bakersfield, CA, were accompanied in the recording by: Don Rich (lead electric guitar), Doyle Holly (guitar), Jelly Sanders (guitar), Tom Brumley (steel), Bob Morris (bass), Jerry Wiggins (drums) and Earl Ball (piano) With the production of Kent Nelson the single was released on July 8, 196
Made in Japan, song written by Bob Morris & Faye Morrisy, was recorded by Buck Owens And The Buckaroos for the Capitol label, was recorded on March 7, 1972, at Buck Owens Studios, 1215 North Chester Ave., Bakersfield, CA, in the recording of the song participated: Buck Owens (vocal), Don Rich (lead guitar & fiddle), Ron Jackson (guitar), Doyle Hoyle (bass), Jerry Wiggins (drums) and Jim Shaw (Farfisa organ). With the production of Buck Owens the single was released on April 3, 1972, on July 15,
Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, make a version of “Bob Wills Is Still the King”,in the variety program Hee Haw on 1977. Written by Waylon Jennings and made famous by Waylon.
A song written as a tribute to the great Bob Wills, by Waylon Jennings, two formats were recorded, the first live, released in June 1975, and the studio version was recorded on September 27, 1974, and released in August 1975, to the RCA label, with the production of Waylon Jennings & Ray Pennington. The song reached number one
Homer Joy was a composer from Arkansas, who was contacted by the Buck Owens office in 1972. They wanted me to compose songs in the style of Hank Williams, to record an album, A Homer did not like the idea, he wanted to be the same and not to compose like Hank. He said he would think about it. Finally, he said yes, with the proviso that they let him record some of his songs. They said yes, but every day he came to the studio, and he was always busy, tired of this situation, that same night he wen