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Buck Owens

Together Again/My Heart Skips

Buck Owens Together Again My Heart Skips
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Taking its name from the unprecedented double-sided #1 country single, the Together Again/My Heart Skips a Beat album established Buck Owens as a top-tier country artist. The two title tracks spent several weeks chasing each other up the country charts in 1964, even switching the #1 and #2 positions in consecutive weeks and then switching back again! Beyond those two classic tracks, the album is filled with other charting singles and well-known songs like Hello Trouble, A-11 and Close Up the Honky Tonks. This meticulously remastered Sundazed Music edition also contains two bonus tracks that happen to be two of Bucks biggest hits. Loves Gonna Live Here spent an astonishing 16 (!) weeks at #1 on the country charts in 1963 and Bucks first #1 single, Act Naturally, was soon covered by his Capitol Records label mates The Beatles, who were racking up a few of their own hit singles at the time. The Beatles version, sung by fan favorite Ringo, helped introduce Buck and his Buckaroos to a whole new audience. Next stop, Carnegie Hall!
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