Like several other musicians that were principally known as country singers, Buck Owens made a brief detour into rockabilly music when that music was making its biggest commercial splash in the mid-'50s. And, like George Jones, he issued his rockabilly recordings under a pseudonym, so as not to upset members of the country music establishment who might hold his rockabilly outings against him. Owens' sole rockabilly single, Hot Dog/Rhythm and Booze, appeared on the Pep label and was actually a quite good stab at mid-tempo rockabilly, nothing to be embarrassed about. Both sides are included on Young Buck: The Complete Pre-Capitol Recordings of Buck Owens. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi

Corky Jones Rhythm & Booze
Corky Jones Hot Dog
Corky Jones (Buck Owens) - My sweet things - 1958
Corky Jones - Hot Dog - Pep 1957
Corky Jones (Buck Owens) - Hot Dog - Pep 107
HOT DOG - Corky Jones (Buck Owens)
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