December 21

Sheer Talent and Vocal Prowess of Buck Owens in his “I’ve Got a Tiger By the Tail” Album

Buck Owens and his Buckaroos released the “I’ve Got a Tiger By the Tail” album in 1965.

The album has 14 tracks, including two bonus live performances in the Civic Auditorium in October 1963. It took the #1 spot on the US Billboard Country Album charts and #43 on the Pop Album chart. It was also a part of Robert Dimery’s 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

Buck Owens, Harlan Howard, Bonnie Owens, Don Rich, and Red Simpson were some of the album’s songwriters.

The “I’ve Got a Tiger By the Tail” album by Buck Owens and his Buckaroos was influenced by rock and hillibilly music. 

Take a look below at the tracks included in the album.

  1. I’ve Got A Tiger By The Tail
  2. Trouble And Me
  3. Let The Sad Times Roll On
  4. Wham Bam
  5. If You Fall Out Of Love With Me
  6. Fallin’ For You
  7. We’re Gonna Let The Good Times Roll
  8. The Band Keeps Playin’ On
  9. Streets Of Laredo
  10. Cryin’ Time
  11. A Maiden’s Prayer
  12. Memphis
  13. This Ol’ Heart (Live Version)
  14. Act Naturally (Live Version)

Listeners all over the world have picked their favorites from the “I’ve Got a Tiger By the Tail” album by Buck Owens. The album was also considered by many as the perfect Buck Owens album to own. Moreover, the public said the album released the tiger in Owens because of his fantastic talent and vocal prowess. Listeners and fans also commended the artists that took part in the album.


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buck owens, The Buckaroos


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