Together Again (Buck Owens song)

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"Together Again"
Single by Buck Owens
B-side "My Heart Skips a Beat"
Released 1964
Format 7" single
Label Capitol
Writer(s) Buck Owens
Buck Owens singles chronology
"My Heart Skips a Beat"
(1964)
"Together Again"
(1964)
"I Don't Care (Just as Long as You Love Me)"
(1964)
"Together Again"
Single by Emmylou Harris
from the album Elite Hotel
Released January 1976
Format 7"
Recorded June 1975
Genre Country
Length 3:56
Label Reprise
Producer(s) Brian Ahern
Emmylou Harris singles chronology
"If I Could Only Win Your Love"
(1975)
"Together Again"
(1976)
"One of These Days"
(1976)

"Together Again" is a 1964 song by United States country singer and guitarist Buck Owens.

The song, best known as the "B" side to Owens' No. 1 hit, "My Heart Skips a Beat", interrupted that song's run at Number One on the U.S. country charts. Steel guitarist Tom Brumley's performance on "Together Again" is considered "one of the finest steel guitar solos in the history of country music" by the Country Music Television staff;[1] it inspired Jerry Garcia to learn the instrument.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tom Brumley, Member of Buck Owens' Buckaroos, Dies in Texas", Country Music Television, February 4, 2009. Accessed February 5, 2009.
  2. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2002). Top Adult Contemporary: 1961-2001. Record Research. p. 53. 
  3. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 113. 
  4. ^ Information at Svensk mediedatabas
  5. ^ Information at Svensk mediedatabas

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Preceded by
"My Heart Skips a Beat" by Buck Owens
Billboard Hot Country Singles number-one single (Buck Owens version)
June 6–13, 1964
Succeeded by
"My Heart Skips a Beat" by Buck Owens
Preceded by
"I Want to Go with You" by Eddy Arnold
Billboard Easy Listening Singles number-one single (Ray Charles version)
April 30, 1966 (3 weeks)
Succeeded by
"Band of Gold" by Mel Carter
Preceded by
"Drinkin' My Baby (Off My Mind)" by Eddie Rabbitt
Billboard Hot Country Singles number-one single (Emmylou Harris version)
April 24, 1976
Succeeded by
"Don't the Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time" by Mickey Gilley