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Buddy Holly & The Crickets - Words Of Love ~ 28 Classic Songs Plus Rarities & Versions (1993)

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Buddy Holly & The Crickets - Words Of Love ~ 28 Classic Songs Plus Rarities & Versions (1993)

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CD1 - 28 Classic Songs

01 - Words of Love
02 - That'll Be the Day
03 - Peggy Sue play
04 - Think It Over
05 - True Love Ways
06 - What to Do
07 - Crying. Waiting. Hoping
08 - Well... All Right
09 - Love's Made a Fool of You
10 - Peggy Sue Got Married
11 - Valley of Tears
12 - Wishing
13 - Raining in My Heart
14 - Oh, Boy!
15 - Rave on
16 - Brown Eyed Handsome Man
17 - Bo Diddley
18 - It's So Easy
19 - It Doesn't Matter Anymore
20 - Maybe Baby
21 - Early in the Morning
22 - Love Is Strange
23 - Listen to Me
24 - I'm Gonna Love You Too
25 - Learning the Game
26 - Baby I Don't Care
27 - Heartbeat
28 - Everyday

CD2 - Rarities & Versions

01 - Because I Love You play
02 - Dearest (Um Um)
03 - Wait Till The Sun Shines Nelly
04 - Gone
05 - Rip It Up
06 - Honky Tonk
07 - Ain't Got No Home
08 - Holly Hop
09 - Mailman Bring Me No More Blues
10 - Not Fade Away
11 - Take Your Time
12 - Smokey Joe's Cafe
13 - Slippin' And Slidin' (fast version)
14 - Learning The Game (first version)
15 - Crying, Waitin, Hopin (first version)
16 - Dearest (version)
17 - Your'e The One
18 - Girl On My Mind
19 - That'll Be The Day (slow version)
20 - It's Too Late
21 - Think It Over
22 - Dearest (demo)
23 - Maybe Baby (first version)
24 - Because I Love You (first version)

Musicians:
Buddy Holly (lead guitar and vocalist),
Niki Sullivan (guitar),
Joe B. Mauldin (bass),
Jerry Allison (drums).

 

Buddy Holly, born as Charles Hardin Holley, was one of the most influential singer-songwriters of 1950s. His records conveyed a sense of ‘joie de vivre’ and carried South-Western intonations. Although he became popular only a short while before his death, his music had already left an indelible impression in rock and roll music, which was the most popular genre at the time. He was well-versed in a number of musical styles and was a seasoned performer by the time of his death. Holly was a continuous innovator, who wrote his own music and was among the first to use unconventional studio methods such as ‘double-tracking’. In his final months, he also began experimenting with orchestration. His wide set of songs includes standards of rock and roll including ‘That’ll Be the Day’, ‘Peggy Sue’ and ‘Maybe Baby’. Music apart, he was known for his signature horn-rimmed glasses and verbal hiccup. He deeply influenced ‘The Beatles’ and ‘Hollies’. Even the Rolling Stones had their first main hit with Holly’s ‘Not Fade Away’. It is believed that he was the largest and one of the first influences on contemporary musicians including Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Elvis Costello and Steve Winwood. ---thefamouspeople.com

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