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Donald Eugene Ulrich (August 15, 1941 – July 17, 1974), best known by the stage name Don Rich, was a country musician who helped develop the Bakersfield sound in the early 1960s. He was a noted guitarist and fiddler, and a member of The Buckaroos, the backing band of country singer Buck Owens. Rich was killed in a motorcycle accident in 1974 at the age of 32.
Country Pickin': The Don Rich Anthology is a compilation album featuring Don Rich, American guitarist, fiddler, and long-time sideman of Buck Owens, released in 2000. Don Rich was the leader of The Buckaroos, Buck Owens' band, as well as Owens' collaborator and friend. He was a noted guitarist and fiddler who died in a motorcycle accident in 1974.
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The fashion industry eventually took note of his ability to marry a gothic, distressed sensibility with couturelike sophistication, and in 2001 Owens moved production of his line to Italy and relocated to Paris. With his partner Michèle Lamy, he conceives of collections that marry Classical influences to Brutalist design and an ascetic tribalism. Asymmetrical tunics, sarouel shorts and trousers, elongated t-shirts, and Owens’ signature Geobasket sneakers and frequent collaborations with adidas present a powerful conception of masculinity at once ancient and futuristic, priestly and profane
For country music lovers, this album introduces another great and moving singer. However, Ropin' the Wind, the first country album in history to debut at Number One on the Billboard Top 200, had Brooks evoking Seventies singer-songwriter influences like James Taylor and Dan Fogelberg, especially in ballads like "What She's Doing Now" and a cover of Billy Joel's "Shameless. The move truly set Brooks apart and helped transform country music itself. When they boot-scooted onto the vast Carnegie Hall stage, Buck Owens and the Buckaroos were bursting with next-level rock & roll rumble (thumping backbeat, crackling Telecasters) and cornball cowboy shtick ("You talk about people that don't know nothin', here's an ol' boy don't even suspect nothin'!" cracked Buck when introducing steel guitarist Tom.
Rick Owens added a new photo to the album: IMAGES. 23 hrs ·. Eden, FW19 Larry Mens