Buck Owens And His Buckaroos - I Wouldn't Live In New York City download mp3 album
Rick had seen Buck and the original Buckaroos live in Omaha when he was 13 years old and dreamed of performing with Buck on Hee Haw. At age 19 he made his way to Nashville and 5 years later, he was performing in a rock cover group at a Nashville night club when Buck himself came to watch him at the urging of Hee Haw music director, Charlie McCoy, and Hee Haw staff band players, Leon Rhodes, and Tommy Williams. Known for their signature red, white and blue colored guitars and fiddles, the Buckaroos in 1966 became only the second country music band to appear at Carnegie Hall in New York City. The recording of this performance, released as Carnegie Hall Concert, is considered one of the greatest live country music albums The Buckaroos recorded eight albums from 1967 to 1970, all of which were top sellers.
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Along with Merle Haggard, Buck Owens was the leader of the Bakersfield sound, a twangy, electrified, rock-influenced interpretation of hardcore honky tonk that emerged in the '60s. Owens was the first bona fide country star to emerge from Bakersfield, scoring a total of 15 consecutive number one hi. .Owens and Rich began touring the country together, playing with pickup bands in each honky tonk they visited. During that time, he continued to chart in the Top Ten with regularity, as "The Kansas City Song" peaked at number two in the summer of 1970 and "I Wouldn't Live in New York City (If They Gave Me the Whole Dang Town)" reached the Top Ten at the end of the year.
In other words, this double-disc compilation traces the waning years of Buck 's imperial era, ending at a point when he's still having hits but starting to have diminishing creative returns
Buck Owens wasn't the first country star to headline Carnegie Hall; Ernest Tubb played the hallowed hall nearly 20 years before Buck brought his Buckaroos to New York in 1966. Remember, this is the guy who insisted in song that he wouldn't live in New York City "if they gave me the whole dang town. If you like Buck Owens and his Buckaroos, you will enjoy this live album.