Top Buck Owens Albums
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Early Recordings
Early Recordings
[2014]
Buck 'Em: The Music of Buck Owens (1955-1967)
Buck 'Em: The Music of Buck Owens (1955-1967)
[2013]
Act Naturally, Vol. 4
Act Naturally, Vol. 4
[2013]
Act Naturally, Vol. 3
Act Naturally, Vol. 3
[2013]
Act Naturally, Vol. 2
Act Naturally, Vol. 2
[2013]
Act Naturally, Vol. 1
Act Naturally, Vol. 1
[2013]
Honky Tonk Man: Buck Sings Country Standards
Honky Tonk Man: Buck Sings Country Standards
[2013]
Act Naturally, Vol. 5
Act Naturally, Vol. 5
[2013]
Buck Sings Eagles - EP
Buck Sings Eagles - EP
[2012]
The Fabulous Country Music Sound of Buck Owens
The Fabulous Country Music Sound of Buck Owens
[2012]
Rhythm and Booze
Rhythm and Booze
[2012]
Buck Owens Sings Harlan Howard (Expanded Edition)
Buck Owens Sings Harlan Howard (Expanded Edition)
[2012]
"Live" At The White House (Expanded)
[2012]
Coloring Book (Live At the White House) - EP
Coloring Book (Live At the White House) - EP
[2012]
Country Legends - Buck Owens
Country Legends - Buck Owens
[2011]
Bound for Bakersfield
Bound for Bakersfield
[2011]
We're Gonna Let the Good Times Roll
We're Gonna Let the Good Times Roll
[2010]
"Live" In Scandinavia (with the Buckaroos, Buddy Alan & the Hagers)
[2008]
Ten Best
Ten Best
[2008]
Live from Austin, TX: Buck Owens
Live from Austin, TX: Buck Owens
[2007]
Buck Owens: 21 #1 Hits: The Ultimate Collection
Buck Owens: 21 #1 Hits: The Ultimate Collection
[2006]
At His Best
At His Best
[2006]
Sings Tommy Collins
Sings Tommy Collins
[1997]
You're For Me
You're For Me
[1995]
On The Bandstand
On The Bandstand
[1995]
Buck Owens
Buck Owens
[1961]
My Heart Skips A Beat lyricsSweet Rosie Jones lyricsRoving Gambler lyricsRollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms lyricsRoll Out The Red Carpet lyricsRocky Top lyricsRocks In My Head lyricsRock Hard Love lyricsRight After The Dance lyricsPray Every Day lyricsPlayboy lyricsPick Me Up On Your Way Down lyricsPfft You Were Gone lyricsOver And Over Again lyricsOut There Chasing Rainbows lyricsOpen Up Your Heart lyricsOnly You And You Alone lyricsOnly You (can Break My Heart) lyricsRuby (are You Mad) lyricsSally Mary And Jerry lyricsSally Was A Good Ole Girl lyricsStreets Of Laredo lyricsStreets Of Bakersfield lyricsStorm Of Love lyricsSong And Dance lyricsSomeone With No One To Love lyricsSmooth Sailin' lyricsSing Me Back Home lyricsSing A Happy Song lyricsShe's Had All The Dreamin' She Can Stand lyricsSecond Fiddle lyricsSaw Mill lyricsSave The Last Dance For Me lyricsSatan's Gotta Get Along With Me lyricsSanta's Gonna Come In A Stagecoach lyricsSanta Looked A Lot Like Daddy lyricsSan Francisco Town lyricsSam's Place lyricsOne You Slip Around With lyricsOne Way Love lyricsLove Is A Strange lyricsLouisiana Man lyricsLoose Talk lyricsLong Long Ago lyricsLong Hot Summer lyricsLonesome Valley lyricsLodi lyricsLet's Agree To Disagree lyricsLet The World Keep On A Turnin' lyricsLet The Sad Times Roll On lyricsLet Me Get My Message Thru lyricsLeave Me Something To Remember You By lyricsKing Of Fools lyricsKickin' Our Hearts Around lyricsKey's In The Mailbox lyricsKeeper Of The Key lyricsKansas City Song lyricsLove Makes The World Go Around lyricsLove's Gonna Live Here lyricsOne Of Everything You Got lyricsOle Slew Foot lyricsOld Time Religion lyricsOld Faithful lyricsNobody's Fool But Yours lyricsNo More Me And You lyricsNo Love Have I lyricsNo Fool Like An Old Fool lyricsMy Saviour Leads The Way lyricsMy Last Chance With You lyricsMy Everlasting Love lyricsMirror Mirror On The Wall lyricsMerry Christmas From Our House To Yours lyricsMental Cruelty lyricsMemphis Tennessee lyricsMaybe If I Close My Eyes (it Will Go Away) lyrics
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Related Information for Buck OwensAlvis Edgar Owens, Jr. (August 12, 1929 – March 25, 2006), better known as Buck Owens, was an American singer and guitarist who had 21 No. 1 hits on the Billboard country music charts with his band, the Buckaroos. They pioneered what came to be called the Bakersfield sound—a reference to Bakersfield, California, the city Owens called home and from which he drew inspiration for what he preferred to call American music. read more