Buck Owens
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The lively, cadenced sound of Buck Owens' songs straddled the border between country music and rock music because it was driven by two guitars, a country (slide) guitar and a rock (electric) guitar (Don Rich), the two pillars of his Buckaroos: Under Your Spell Again (1959), which sounded like soul music, Under the Influence of Love (1961), Johnny Russell's Act Naturally (1963), which sounded like rock'n'roll, Love's Gonna Live Here (1963), Tiger By The Tail (1964), Rich's Waiting in Your Welfare Line (1966), Tall Dark Stranger (1969).

The mini-album After the Dance (Masked Weasel, 2005) collects songs from the 1950s.

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