Monday, February 04, 2008
Buddy Holly's posthumous last LP
This 12-track compilation album was rushed out within weeks of Buddy Holly's death.
It combines what previously had been credited as Crickets group-titles and Buddy Holly solo recordings, containing all eight of Holly and the Crickets' Top 40 hits, 1957-1959: That'll Be The Day, Peggy Sue, Oh, Boy!, Maybe Baby, Rave On, Think It Over, Early In The Morning, and It Doesn't Matter Anymore, plus the chart entries Heartbeat and Raining In My Heart and the classics Everyday and It's So Easy.
There is more great Buddy Holly, of course, but this is an excellent single-LP compilation.
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Thanks for this, Buddy Holly was one of the reasons I started playing guitar many years ago.
I myself can't but one of my friends did and still does (some...).
Remember our visits to eastern Europe in the seventies. Sleeping in a cheap hotel and he was playing in the lobby Bob Dylan songs and we were singing...
Just a simple remark brings back memories again.
Does other readers have too ?
I still play guitar but am mainly a bass player. But even to this day some 30 years from starting to play whenever I try out a new guitar the first song I usually play is Peggy Sue, followed by It's So Easy.
And you know it's never to late to learn, it might give you something else to do.
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