Tag: Hee Haw
I spend some time recalling the lessons of music appreciation taught to me by the greatest teacher I’ve ever known–my father–and Blondie.
The Recoup will return from hiatus on Monday, March 29th. Thank you for your patience during this time.
The third and final installment of Omnivore Recordings’ documenting of Country singer Buck Owens’ prolific output for Capitol Records finds the singer exploring different sounds in a recording career that was taking second place to television stardom, and would come to a sudden end with the death of his musical partner and best friend. Though this era wasn’t as prominent as the decade before, this collection contains some fine music worthy of rediscovery.
Omnivore’s latest excursion into the vast Buck Owens vault features a fantastic look at the work of Tom Brumley, his pedal steel guitarist for the majority of the 1960s.
Guitarist Don Rich’s untimely death cut short an already impressive musical career barely a decade long, and this compilation of his performances with Buck Owens’ band The Buckaroos highlights some of his best work.
Taken from the forthcoming Omnivore Recordings release, Guitar Pickin’ Man.
You won’t be seeing The Eagles very much on The Recoup, but this track, recorded for Hee Haw, was a rather enjoyable take on one of that band’s songs.