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Before You Go & No One But You
Buck Owens
Before You Go & No One But You
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
 
  •  Track Listings (14) - Disc #1

This Sundazed reissue of Owens' 1965 Capitol release includes two instrumental bonus tracks 'Love's Gonna Live Here' and 'Before You Go'. 1995.

      
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All Artists: Buck Owens
Title: Before You Go & No One But You
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sundazed Music Inc.
Release Date: 5/17/1995
Album Type: Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
Styles: Roadhouse Country, Classic Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 090771604828

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This Sundazed reissue of Owens' 1965 Capitol release includes two instrumental bonus tracks 'Love's Gonna Live Here' and 'Before You Go'. 1995.
 

CD Reviews

Another Good One
Jess | Coal Country, PA | 04/13/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"SunDazed Records deserves recognition for releasing most of Buck Owens' Collection. This one "Before You Go" is one fine album. While it doesn't have the lyrical excitement of "Tiger By The Tail", this album showcases the craftmanship of the Buckaroos (and not just the stellar Don Rich). There are two instrumental tracks at the end of this Cd: the title track "Before You Go", and "Love's Gonna Live Here". And there's the raucous "Charlie Brown" that unabashedly shows the rockabilly influence that Don Rich brought to the Buckaroos. Sticking to his usual 2:00 formula, Buck brings 11 other songs to the table, including "Gonna Have Love", "No Fool Like an Old Fool", and "I Betcha Didnt Know". I suggest you get the whole SunDazed collection of Buck Owens, and this one should be near the top of your list. A+"
Another good mid-60s LP from Buck and the boys
hyperbolium | Earth, USA | 03/25/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)

"The crispness of the music presented here, the stellar Owens/Rich harmonies, the twangy telecaster picking, and the solid rhythm section that swings on a dime from two-steppers to waltzes to shuffles would probably rate four-stars for any other band. But rated against the phenomenal run of music that Owens and the Buckaroos laid down throughout the '60s, the songs on this 1965 release prove a notch less moving than on the band's best LPs.The opening single (which spent six weeks at #1) shows just how fine this band was at this point in their career, breaking from an upbeat rhythm to a downbeat waltz (and back again) without even blinking an eye. Owens and Don Rich added two more co-writes, "Getting Used to You" and the two-stepper, "No Fool Like an Old Fool." Owens' ex-wife, Bonnie, helped with the songwriting on the acoustic-and-steel ballad, "There's Gonna Come a Day," as well as the Don Rich sung "Number One Heel."Owens teamed with fellow Bakersfieldian Red Simpson to write, "Gonna Have Love," featuring a stellar guitar solo from Don Rich and swingin' drums from Willie Cantu, and "(I Want) No One But You." Owens added two more solo compositions, "There's Gonna Come a Day," recorded in 1963 and held until this release, as well as the instrumental, "Raz-Ma-Taz Polka." Steel player Tom Brumley chipped in a fine cover of the Leon McAuliffe chestnut, "Steel Guitar Rag."The original album closed with a rave-up cover of the Coasters' "Charlie Brown," showing off the Buckaroos' humorous side. This CD reissue tacks on a pair of bonus instrumentals drawn from "The Buck Owens Songbook," featuring the Buckaroos under the direction of Don Rich.Overall, a solid album and a fine addition to a complete Owens' reissue library, but not necessarily the high-point to start with.3-3/4 stars, if Amazon allowed fractional ratings."