bigtom 1st Mar 2015 B side of Promo label finally added. zabadak 3rd Feb 2015 music’s been going downhill since Buddy Holly died
(c) American Graffitti Record Collector 3rd Feb 2015 Yes the music was in very low key (yes I know) but it was four years later four boys from Liverpool England changed all that and the rest as they say is history Neil Forbes 3rd Feb 2015 Scary thought that it's all of 56 years! Though it was 3-2-1959 in the USA, here in Australia, we got the news as the calendar showed 4-2-1959! The day the music died! bigtom 3rd Feb 2015 RIP Buddy Richie and The Big Bopper and not forgetting Roger Petersen the pilot. bill mann 3rd Feb 2015 Charlie's comment was from 2014 ! bill mann 3rd Feb 2015 Buddy's best, RIP Mr Holley Charlie Chalk 3rd Feb 2014 Brown Eyed Handsome Man is certainly a top tune. Probably my favourite too.
RIP Buddy - 55 years today. bill mann 3rd Feb 2014 My favourite Buddy Holly record. RIP Buddy. kab2112 8th Feb 2013 Sheet music uploaded Maxonian 22nd Sep 2011 I forgot to mention that Mr. Marples was the one that got our Rodney the demo copy in advance of its release so he could brag about it at school. Tut tut. Misuse of influence. Maxonian 9th Aug 2011 The last time I saw this disc was in March 1963 and it was the promo copy brought into school by a certain Rodney Marples, nephew of the unlamented Minister of Transport of that era. clearbluesky 9th Aug 2011 Label variation. Addition of 45 in catalogue #.
In total agreement with Bill Mann's comments and my favourite Buddy Holly record.
VIDEO bill mann 3rd Feb 2011 Although Chuck Berry is one of my all time favourites, Buddy beat Chuck at his own game on the topside, this is a really great record, one of Buddy's best. Chuck's version is awful, his guitar just does not flow as usual. Bad day at the office perhaps. bigtom 3rd Feb 2011 Promo copy uploaded. sladesounds 19th Nov 2009 Alternative label scans added. Different fonts and layout of Cat No. Please login or join 45cat to add your comment about this record.