- Released: November 11, 1997
- Originally Released: 1997
- Label: Sundazed Music Inc.
- 1.Opening Remarks - Tetsuo Otsuka (Ted) (Ted)
- 2.Adios, Farewell, Goodbye, Good Luck, So Long
- 3.I Was Born to Be in Love With You
- 4.Open Up Your Heart
- 5.Second Fiddle
- 6.Fiddle Polka
- 7.Fishin' on the Mississippi
- 8.The Way That I Love You
- 9.Buck Introduces His Buckaroos
- 10.Tokyo Polka
- 11.Where Does the Good Times Go
- 12.Steel Guitar Polka
- 13.Don't Wipe the Tears That You Cry for Him on My Good White Shirt
- 14.Drum So-Low
- 15.Roll Out the Red Carpet
- 16.We Were Made for Each Other
- 17.Closing Remarks
Personnel: Buck Owens (vocals, guitar, electric guitar); Don Rich (vocals, electric guitar, fiddle); Wayne Wilson (vocals); Willie Cantu (drums, tambourine).
Liner Note Author: Bill Thompson.
Recording information: Kosei Nenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan (02/06/1967).
This may be the first live country album recorded outside the USA, and it conveys the excitement of the crackling Bakersfield honky-tonk style of Buck Owens & His Buckaroos. Owens plays a few hits ("Second Fiddle," "Where Does the Good Times Go"), but a lot of new ones, including one written especially for the tour, the rollicking, super-speed instrumental "Tokyo Polka." The band--playing so sharp you could get cut if you got too close-- seems energized by the extremely appreciative crowd, making this a rousing, dynamic set. Owens fans will want--need--to have this, but for younger listeners who think honky-tonk start with Dwight Yoakum, this is definitely worth a shot.