The Complete Buddy Holly

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Tracklist

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CD-R 1: Volume 1
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1My Two Timin’ Woman (home recording)
recorded in:
Lubbock, United States (in 1949)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (in 1949)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (in 1949)
cover recording of:
My Two Timin' Woman (in 1949)
writer:
Hank Snow
publisher:
Unichappell Music, Inc.
Buddy Holly2:18
2I’ll Just Pretend (home recording)
recorded in:
Lubbock, United States (in 1952)
guitar:
Bob Montgomery (in 1952)
mandolin:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (in 1952)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (in 1952) and Bob Montgomery (in 1952)
cover recording of:
I'll Just Pretend (in 1952)
lyricist and composer:
Jessie Mae Martin
Buddy and Bob2:21
3Take These Shackles From My Heart (home recording)
recorded in:
Lubbock, United States (in 1952)
guitar:
Bob Montgomery (in 1952)
mandolin:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (in 1952)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (in 1952) and Bob Montgomery (in 1952)
recording of:
Take These Shackles from My Heart (in 1952)
writer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
Buddy and Bob1:49
4Footprints in the Snow (home recording)
recording of:
Footprints in the Snow
composer:
Rupert Jones
Buddy and Bob1:32
5Gotta Get You Near Me Blues
recorded in:
Wichita Falls, United States (from 1954 until 1955)
bass:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly) (from 1954 until 1955)
fiddle:
Sonny Curtis (from 1954 until 1955)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1954 until 1955) and Bob Montgomery (from 1954 until 1955)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1954 until 1955) and Bob Montgomery (from 1954 until 1955)
recording of:
Gotta Get You Near Me Blues (from 1954 until 1955)
writer:
Bob Montgomery
publisher:
Sony/ATV Acuff Rose Music (tradename of Sony/ATV Songs LLC)
Buddy and Bob31:55
6Flower of My Heart (overdubbed)
recording of:
Flower of My Heart
writer:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly) and Bob Montgomery
publisher:
Peermusic Ltd. (BMI)
Buddy and Bob with The Fireballs2:36
7Door to My Heart (overdubbed)
recording of:
Door to My Heart
writer:
Bob Montgomery
publisher:
Wren Music Co.
Buddy and Bob with The Fireballs2:24
8I Gambled My Heart (overdubbed)
recording of:
I Gambled My Heart
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) and Bob Montgomery
publisher:
Peermusic Ltd. (BMI)
Buddy and Bob with The Fireballs2:43
9Soft Place in My Heart (overdubbed)
recording of:
Soft Place in My Heart
lyricist and composer:
Bob Montgomery
publisher:
Peermusic Ltd. (BMI)
Buddy and Bob with The Fireballs2:16
10Gotta Get You Near Me Blues (overdubbed)
recording of:
Gotta Get You Near Me Blues
writer:
Bob Montgomery
publisher:
Sony/ATV Acuff Rose Music (tradename of Sony/ATV Songs LLC)
Buddy and Bob with The Fireballs1:55
11You and I Are Through
bass:
Larry Welborn (on 1955-06-07)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (on 1955-06-07)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (on 1955-06-07) and Bob Montgomery (on 1955-06-07)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (on 1955-06-07) and Bob Montgomery (on 1955-06-07)
recording of:
You and I Are Through (on 1955-06-07)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Montgomery
publisher:
Peermusic Ltd. (BMI)
Buddy and Bob2:04
12Memories
recorded in:
Lubbock, United States (in 1955-08)
bass:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly) (in 1955-08)
fiddle:
Sonny Curtis (in 1955-08)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (in 1955-08) and Bob Montgomery (in 1955-08)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (in 1955-08) and Bob Montgomery (in 1955-08)
recording of:
Memories (in 1955-08)
writer:
Bob Montgomery
publisher:
Sony/ATV Acuff Rose Music (tradename of Sony/ATV Songs LLC)
Buddy and Bob2:16
13You and I Are Through (overdubbed)
recording of:
You and I Are Through
lyricist and composer:
Bob Montgomery
publisher:
Peermusic Ltd. (BMI)
Buddy and Bob with The Fireballs2:07
14Baby It’s Love (overdubbed)
recording of:
Baby It’s Love
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) and Bob Montgomery
publisher:
Peermusic Ltd. (BMI)
Buddy and Bob with The Fireballs1:53
15Memories (overdubbed)
recording of:
Memories
writer:
Bob Montgomery
publisher:
Sony/ATV Acuff Rose Music (tradename of Sony/ATV Songs LLC)
Buddy and Bob with The Fireballs2:16
16Queen of the Ballroom (overdubbed)
recording of:
Queen of the Ballroom
writer:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly)
publisher:
Peermusic Ltd. (BMI)
Buddy and Bob with The Fireballs2:23
17Baby Let’s Play House
recording of:
Baby Let’s Play House
lyricist and composer:
Arthur Gunter
publisher:
Embassy Music Corp. and LPGV Music (BMI)
lyrics quoted on:
Run for Your Life
Buddy and Bob2:32
18Down the Line
recording of:
Down the Line
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter), Bob Montgomery and Norman Petty
publisher:
Wren Music Co.
Buddy and Bob2:20
19Baby Let’s Play House (overdubbed)
recording of:
Baby Let’s Play House
lyricist and composer:
Arthur Gunter
publisher:
Embassy Music Corp. and LPGV Music (BMI)
lyrics quoted on:
Run for Your Life
Buddy and Bob with The Fireballs2:23
20Down the Line (overdubbed)
recording of:
Down the Line
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter), Bob Montgomery and Norman Petty
publisher:
Wren Music Co.
Buddy and Bob with The Fireballs2:05
21Moonlight Baby (a.k.a. Baby Won’t You Come Out Tonight) (acetate)
Buddy Holly & The Three Tunes1:59
22I Guess I Was a Fool (acetate)
recording of:
I Guess I Was Just a Fool
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter)
publisher:
Peermusic Ltd. (BMI)
Buddy Holly & The Three Tunes2:20
23Don’t Come Back Knockin’ (acetate)
recording of:
Don't Come Back Knockin'
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) and Sue Parrish
publisher:
BMG Platinum Songs US, Palace Music, Unichappell Music, Inc. and Valley Publishers, Inc. (not to be confused with Valley Pub. Inc)
Buddy Holly & The Three Tunes2:05
24Love Me (Acetate)
recording of:
Love Me (Buddy Holly Song)
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) and Sue Parrish
publisher:
BMG Platinum Songs US, Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc., Southern Music (publisher) and Universal Cedarwood Publishing
Buddy Holly & The Three Tunes1:53
25Love Me (take 10)
recording of:
Love Me (Buddy Holly Song)
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) and Sue Parrish
publisher:
BMG Platinum Songs US, Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc., Southern Music (publisher) and Universal Cedarwood Publishing
Buddy Holly2:24
26Don’t Come Back Knockin’
recording of:
Don't Come Back Knockin'
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) and Sue Parrish
publisher:
BMG Platinum Songs US, Palace Music, Unichappell Music, Inc. and Valley Publishers, Inc. (not to be confused with Valley Pub. Inc)
Buddy Holly2:15
27Midnight Shift
recorded in:
Nashville, United States (on 1956-01-26)
producer:
Owen Bradley
bass:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly) (on 1956-01-26)
guitar:
Sonny Curtis (on 1956-01-26), Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (on 1956-01-26) and Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1956-01-26)
percussion:
Doug Kirkham (on 1956-01-26)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (on 1956-01-26)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Geffen Records (in 1958) and MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (in 1958)
cover recording of:
Midnight Shift (on 1956-01-26)
writer:
Jimmie Ainsworth and Earl Lee
publisher:
Good Music (UK Publisher (1950s - 1970s)) and Sony Tree Publishing Co., Inc.
Buddy Holly42:13
28Blue Days, Black Nights
recorded in:
Nashville, United States (on 1956-01-26)
producer:
Owen Bradley
bass:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly) (on 1956-01-26)
guitar:
Sonny Curtis (on 1956-01-26) and Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1956-01-26)
percussion:
Doug Kirkham (on 1956-01-26)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (on 1956-01-26)
cover recording of:
Blue Days, Black Nights (on 1956-01-26)
lyricist and composer:
Ben Hall (Texas based singer, songwriter, label owner, active 1950s/60s; studio owner through 1990s)
publisher:
Palace Music, Unichappell Music, Inc. and Valley Publishers, Inc. (not to be confused with Valley Pub. Inc)
Buddy Holly2:06
29Baby Won’t You Come Out Tonight
The Crickets1:58
30I Guess I Was Just a Fool
The Crickets2:17
31It’s Not My Fault
The Crickets1:22
32I’m Gonna Set My Foot Down
The Crickets2:19
33Changin’ All Those Changes
The Crickets1:42
34Rock‐A‐Bye Rock
The Crickets2:25
35Because I Love You
The Crickets2:39
CD-R 2
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1Baby Won’t You Come Out Tonight
recorded in:
Clovis, United States (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
producer:
Norman Petty
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
guitar:
Sonny Curtis (from 1956-02 until 1956-04) and Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
recording of:
Baby, Won't You Come Out Tonight (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
lyricist and composer:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly)
publisher:
Universal Cedarwood Publishing
1:55
2Because I Love You
recorded in:
Clovis, United States (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
recording engineer:
Norman Petty (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
producer:
Norman Petty
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
guitar:
Sonny Curtis (from 1956-02 until 1956-04) and Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
recording of:
Because I Love You (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter)
publisher:
APRS (American Performing Rights Society, Inc.(BMI))
2:41
3Changin’ All Those Changes
recorded in:
Clovis, United States (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
producer:
Norman Petty
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
guitar:
Sonny Curtis (from 1956-02 until 1956-04) and Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
recording of:
I'm Changing All These Changes (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
lyricist and composer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter)
publisher:
Cedarwood Music and Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.
1:45
4I’m Gonna Set My Foot Down
recorded in:
Clovis, United States (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
recording engineer:
Norman Petty (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
producer:
Norman Petty
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
guitar:
Sonny Curtis (from 1956-02 until 1956-04) and Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
recording of:
I’m Gonna Set My Foot Down (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter)
2:19
5It’s Not My Fault
recording of:
It’s Not My Fault
writer:
Ben Hall (Texas based singer, songwriter, label owner, active 1950s/60s; studio owner through 1990s) and Weldon Myrick
publisher:
Central Songs
1:53
6Rock‐A‐Bye Rock
recorded in:
Clovis, United States (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
recording engineer:
Norman Petty (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
producer:
Norman Petty
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
guitar:
Sonny Curtis (from 1956-02 until 1956-04) and Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
UMG Recordings, Inc. (operational headquarters of Universal Music Group, based in Santa Monica, USA; read annotations) (in 1983)
recording of:
Rock-a-Bye Rock (from 1956-02 until 1956-04)
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter)
publisher:
PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (renamed Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. circa 1998)
2:23
7Rock Around With Ollie Vee
recording of:
Rock Around With Ollie Vee
writer:
Sonny Curtis
publisher:
Palace Music, Skol Music and Valley Publishers, Inc. (not to be confused with Valley Pub. Inc)
0:05
8Rock Around With Ollie Vee
recording of:
Rock Around With Ollie Vee
writer:
Sonny Curtis
publisher:
Palace Music, Skol Music and Valley Publishers, Inc. (not to be confused with Valley Pub. Inc)
2:21
9I’m Changing All Those Changes
recording of:
I'm Changing All These Changes
lyricist and composer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter)
publisher:
Cedarwood Music and Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.
0:16
10I’m Changing All Those Changes
recording of:
I'm Changing All These Changes
lyricist and composer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter)
publisher:
Cedarwood Music and Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.
2:18
11That’ll Be the Day
recorded in:
Nashville, United States (on 1956-07-22)
producer:
Owen Bradley
bass:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly) (on 1956-07-22)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (on 1956-07-22)
guitar:
Sonny Curtis (on 1956-07-22) and Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (on 1956-07-22)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (on 1956-07-22)
recording of:
That’ll Be the Day (on 1956-07-22)
writer:
Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) and Norman Petty
publisher:
MPL Communications Inc. (Paul McCartney-related, NYC-based company), Nor-Va-Jak Music, Inc, Peermusic (UK) Limited, Southern Music (publisher), Wren Music Co. and MPL Communications (publishing and company credits) (in 1976)
32:33
12Girl on My Mind
recording of:
Girl on My Mind
writer:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly)
publisher:
Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc., Southern Music (publisher) and Universal Cedarwood Publishing
2:25
13Ting‐A‐Ling
recorded in:
Nashville, United States (on 1956-07-22)
producer:
Owen Bradley
bass:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly) (on 1956-07-22)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (on 1956-07-22)
guitar:
Sonny Curtis (on 1956-07-22) and Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (on 1956-07-22)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (on 1956-07-22)
cover recording of:
Ting-a-Ling (on 1956-07-22)
lyricist and composer:
Ahmet Ertegun (US American Songwriter, producer)
writer:
Nugetre (US American Songwriter, producer)
publisher:
Carlin Music Corp., Cedarwood Music and Unichappell Music, Inc.
52:45
14Rock Around With Ollie Vee
recording of:
Rock Around With Ollie Vee
writer:
Sonny Curtis
publisher:
Palace Music, Skol Music and Valley Publishers, Inc. (not to be confused with Valley Pub. Inc)
2:24
15Modern Don Juan
recorded in:
Nashville, United States (on 1956-11-15)
producer:
Owen Bradley
alto saxophone:
Dutch McMillin (saxophonist) (on 1956-11-15)
bass:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly) (on 1956-11-15)
drums (drum set):
Farris Coursey (on 1956-11-15)
guitar:
Harold Ray Bradley (on 1956-11-15) and Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1956-11-15)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1956-11-15)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (on 1956-11-15)
recording of:
Modern Don Juan (on 1956-11-15)
writer:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly) and Jack Neal
publisher:
Cedarwood Music and Universal Cedarwood Publishing
2:40
16You Are My One Desire
recording of:
You Are My One Desire
writer:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly) and Jack Neal
publisher:
Palace Music, Unichappell Music, Inc. and Valley Music Ltd (publisher)
0:08
17You Are My One Desire
recording of:
You Are My One Desire
writer:
Don Guess (best known for his association with Buddy Holly) and Jack Neal
publisher:
Palace Music, Unichappell Music, Inc. and Valley Music Ltd (publisher)
2:26
18Gone
recording of:
Gone
lyricist and composer:
Smokey Rogers
1:07
19Gone
recording of:
Gone
lyricist and composer:
Smokey Rogers
1:18
20Gone
cover recording of:
Gone
lyricist and composer:
Smokey Rogers
41:12
21Have You Ever Been Lonely
recorded in:
Lubbock, United States (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
cover recording of:
Have You Ever Been Lonely? (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
lyricist:
George Brown (aka Billy Hill) (US songwriter)
composer:
Peter de Rose
recording of:
Have You Ever Been Lonely?
lyricist:
George Brown (aka Billy Hill) (US songwriter)
composer:
Peter de Rose
1:29
22Have You Ever Been Lonely
recording of:
Have You Ever Been Lonely?
lyricist:
George Brown (aka Billy Hill) (US songwriter)
composer:
Peter de Rose
0:32
23Have You Ever Been Lonely
recorded in:
Lubbock, United States (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
partial cover recording of:
Have You Ever Been Lonely? (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
lyricist:
George Brown (aka Billy Hill) (US songwriter)
composer:
Peter de Rose
recording of:
Have You Ever Been Lonely?
lyricist:
George Brown (aka Billy Hill) (US songwriter)
composer:
Peter de Rose
cover recording of:
Have You Ever Been Lonely?
lyricist:
George Brown (aka Billy Hill) (US songwriter)
composer:
Peter de Rose
0:56
24Have You Ever Been Lonely
recorded in:
Lubbock, United States (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
cover recording of:
Have You Ever Been Lonely? (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
lyricist:
George Brown (aka Billy Hill) (US songwriter)
composer:
Peter de Rose
recording of:
Have You Ever Been Lonely?
lyricist:
George Brown (aka Billy Hill) (US songwriter)
composer:
Peter de Rose
1:22
25Brown Eyed Handsome Man
recording of:
Brown Eyed Handsome Man
lyricist and composer:
Chuck Berry
publisher:
Arc Music (U.S. rock & blues publisher), Arc Music Corporation (U.S. rock & blues publisher) and Jewel Music Publishing Co. Ltd. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
part of:
Million Dollar Quartet (jukebox musical, book by Floyd Mutrux and Colin Escott)
2:11
26Good Rockin’ Tonight
recorded in:
Clovis, United States and Lubbock, United States (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
producer:
Norman Petty
drums (drum set):
Doug Roberts (drummer) and Jerry Allison (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
guitar:
Keith McCormack, George Tomsco and Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
cover recording of:
Good Rockin’ Tonight (from 1956-11 to ????)
lyricist and composer:
Roy Brown (blues musician) (in 1947-07)
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation, Fort Knox Music, Fort Knox Music Co, Fort Knox Music Inc., Knox Music, Inc., Lark Music Ltd., Lois Music Publishing Co., Trio Music (publisher) and Trio Music Co., Inc.
1:58
27Rip It Up1:32
28Blue Monday
recorded in:
Clovis, United States and Lubbock, United States (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
producer:
Norman Petty
drums (drum set):
Doug Roberts (drummer) and Jerry Allison (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
guitar:
Keith McCormack, George Tomsco and Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
cover recording of:
Blue Monday (from 1956-11 to ????)
writer:
Antoine Dominique Domino and Dave Bartholomew
publisher:
Chappell Music (UK) and Chappell Music Ltd.
2:01
29Honky Tonk
recorded in:
Clovis, United States and Lubbock, United States (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
producer:
Norman Petty
bass:
Stan Lark
drums (drum set):
Doug Roberts (drummer) and Jerry Allison (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
guitar:
Keith McCormack, George Tomsco and Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
piano:
Vi Petty
cover recording of:
Honky Tonk (jazz instrumental) (from 1956-11 to ????)
composer:
Billy Butler (jazz guitarist), Bill Doggett, Clifford Scott and Berisford “Shep” Shepherd
3:32
30Blue Suede Shoes
recorded in:
Lubbock, United States (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Geffen Records (in 1964) and MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (in 1964)
cover recording of:
Blue Suede Shoes (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
lyricist and composer:
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (in 1955)
publisher:
Carl Perkins Music Inc., Carlin Music Corp., Hi Lo Music, Hill and Range Songs, Inc., Unichappell Music, Unichappell Music, Inc. and Wren Music Co.
part of:
Million Dollar Quartet (jukebox musical, book by Floyd Mutrux and Colin Escott)
41:53
31Shake, Rattle and Roll1:38
32Bo Diddley
recorded in:
Clovis, United States (from 1956-12 until 1957-01)
producer:
Norman Petty
bass:
Larry Welborn (from 1956-12 until 1957-01)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-12 until 1957-01)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-12 until 1957-01)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-12 until 1957-01)
cover recording of:
Bo Diddley (from 1956-12 until 1957-01)
lyricist and composer:
Ellas McDaniel (American singer, guitarist, songwriter and music producer) (until 1955-03-02)
publisher:
Arc Music Corp. (U.S. rock & blues publisher) and Good Music Ltd.
2:19
33Ain’t Got No Home
recorded in:
Lubbock, United States (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
cover recording of:
Ain’t Got No Home (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
lyricist and composer:
Clarence “Frogman” Henry
publisher:
Arc Music Corp. (U.S. rock & blues publisher)
42:01
34Holly Hop
recording of:
Holly Hop
writer:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter)
publisher:
MPL Communications, Inc. (ASCAP, Not to get confused with Sir Paul McCartney's company or the company that goes by the name MPL Communications)
1:38
35Gone
cover recording of:
Gone
lyricist and composer:
Smokey Rogers
41:10
36Rip It Up1:26
37Honky Tonk
recording of:
Honky Tonk (jazz instrumental)
composer:
Billy Butler (jazz guitarist), Bill Doggett, Clifford Scott and Berisford “Shep” Shepherd
3:27
38Blue Suede Shoes
recorded in:
Lubbock, United States (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Geffen Records (in 1964) and MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (in 1964)
cover recording of:
Blue Suede Shoes (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
lyricist and composer:
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (in 1955)
publisher:
Carl Perkins Music Inc., Carlin Music Corp., Hi Lo Music, Hill and Range Songs, Inc., Unichappell Music, Unichappell Music, Inc. and Wren Music Co.
part of:
Million Dollar Quartet (jukebox musical, book by Floyd Mutrux and Colin Escott)
41:53
39Shake, Rattle and Roll1:22
40Have You Ever Been Lonely
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (in 1969)
recording of:
Have You Ever Been Lonely?
lyricist:
George Brown (aka Billy Hill) (US songwriter)
composer:
Peter de Rose
1:25
41Good Rockin’ Tonight1:59
42Blue Monday2:00
43Ain’t Got No Home
recorded in:
Lubbock, United States (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Allison (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
guitar:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
vocals:
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
cover recording of:
Ain’t Got No Home (from 1956-11 until 1956-12)
lyricist and composer:
Clarence “Frogman” Henry
publisher:
Arc Music Corp. (U.S. rock & blues publisher)
42:02
44Holly Up
1:40
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