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Buddy's Buddies: Holly for Hire (1957-1959)


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Whole Lot of Lovin', A
    2. It's a Wonderful Feeling
    3. Starlight
    4. Believe Me
    5. By the Mission Wall
    6. Man from Texas
    7. Broken Promises
    8. Humble Heart
    9. Sugartime
    10. One Faded Rose
    11. Moondreams
    12. Real Wild Child
    13. Oh You Beautiful Doll
    14. If I Had Known
    15. Within My Heart
    16. I Sent You Roses
    17. What A' You Gonna Do?
    18. When Sin Stops
    19. Jole Blon
    20. Stay Close to Me
    21. Don't Cha Know
    22. Real Wild Child [Take 1] - (take)
    23. Oh You Beautiful Doll [Take 1] - (take)
    24. Oh You Beautiful Doll [Undubbed Master Take] - (take)
    25. When Sin Stops [Backing Track, Take 1] - (take)
    26. When Sin Stops [Backing Track, Take 2] - (take)
    27. When Sin Stops [Backing Track, Take 3] - (take)
    28. When Sin Stops [Take 4] - (take)
    29. When Sin Stops [Take 5] - (take)
    30. When Sin Stops [Take 6] - (take)
    31. More and More [Demo Fragment]
    32. When You Are Lonely [Demo Fragment]
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Hound Dog
    2. That Ain't Right
    3. Love's Made a Fool of You
    4. Someone, Someone
    5. Leave Those Cats Alone
    6. Baby My Heart
    7. All My Love
    8. Whatcha Gonna Go?
    9. When Sin Stops
    10. Little Ditty Baby
    11. Lookie, Lookie, Lookie
    12. When You Ask About Love
    13. Deborah
    14. That'll Be Alright
    15. My Babe
    16. School Is Out
    17. Midnight Monsters' Hop
    18. Fireball
    19. Ting-a-Ling
    20. Because I Love You
    21. Talk About My Baby
    22. More Than I Can Say
    23. My Suzanne
    24. Swingin' Daddy
    25. All a' Your Love
    26. Right Now!
    27. I Don't Know
    28. Patty Baby
    29. Don't Do Me This Way
    30. Jitterbuggin'
    31. You've Got Love
    32. Empty Cup, An (And a Broken Date)
    33. Cat Called Domino, A
    34. I Fought the Law
    35. It's All Over
    36. Rave On!
    0. DISC 3:
    1. Oh Boy! [The Ed Sullivan Show, NYC 26/1/58]
    2. Everyday [Fragment from Big Gold Record Stars Show, Miami 24/2/1958]
    3. That'll Be the Day [Fragment from Big Gold Record Stars Show, Miami 24/2/1958]
    4. Drown in My Own Tears [Fragment of Jam-Session Duet]
    5. Hallelujah! I Love Her So [Jam Session, Miami 24/2/1958]
    6. Peggy Sue [Sunday Night at the London Palladium, London 2/3/1958] - (live)
    7. That'll Be the Day [Sunday Night at the London Palladium, London 2/3/1958] - (live)
    8. Oh Boy! [Sunday Night at the London Palladium, London 2/3/1958] - (live)
    9. Maybe Baby [Fragment from Off the Record, London 25/3/1958]
    10. Interview with Pat Barton [Newcastle, Australia 31/1/58]
    11. Promo Spot for Radio WTRL
    12. Interview with Bob Chesney [Miami 24/2/58]
    13. Promotional Jingle to the Tune of "Everyday" for Radio KLLL
    14. Promotional Jingle to the Tune of "Peggy Sue" for Radio KLLL
    15. Interview with Allan Freed [New York City, 23/9/58]
    16. Promotional Spot for Radio WACK
    17. Interview with Ronnie King [Norfolk, Virginia, 16/10/58]
    18. Promotional Spot for Radio KSYD
    19. Interview with Dick Clark [Philadelphia, 28/10/58]
    20. Promo Spot for Winter Dance Party Tour
    21. Plane Crash Newscast
    22. Plane Crash Newscast [Continued]
    23. Plane Crash Newscast [Continued]
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): ETCD1034

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Liner Note Author: Dave Penny.
    Recording information: BBC Riverside Studio, London, England (01/1959); Beltone Recording Studio, New York, NY (01/1959); Catholic Youth Center, Scranton, PA (01/1959); CBS Television Studios, New York, NY (01/1959); Dade County Auditorium, Miami, FL (01/1959); Miami, FL (01/1959); Newark, NY (01/1959); Newcastle Stadium, Newcastle, Australia (01/1959); Norman Petty Studio, Clovis, NM (01/1959); Radio Station KLLL, Lubbock, Texas (01/1959); The London Palladium, London, England (01/1959); TV Studio W-FIL, Philadelphia, PA (01/1959); TV Studio WNEW, New York, NY (01/1959); Wichita Falls, TX (01/1959); BBC Riverside Studio, London, England (01/26/1958); Beltone Recording Studio, New York, NY (01/26/1958); Catholic Youth Center, Scranton, PA (01/26/1958); CBS Television Studios, New York, NY (01/26/1958); Dade County Auditorium, Miami, FL (01/26/1958); Miami, FL (01/26/1958); Newark, NY (01/26/1958); Newcastle Stadium, Newcastle, Australia (01/26/1958); Norman Petty Studio, Clovis, NM (01/26/1958); Radio Station KLLL, Lubbock, Texas (01/26/1958); The London Palladium, London, England (01/26/1958); TV Studio W-FIL, Philadelphia, PA (01/26/1958); TV Studio WNEW, New York, NY (01/26/1958); Wichita Falls, TX (01/26/1958); BBC Riverside Studio, London, England (01/31/1958); Beltone Recording Studio, New York, NY (01/31/1958); Catholic Youth Center, Scranton, PA (01/31/1958); CBS Television Studios, New York, NY (01/31/1958); Dade County Auditorium, Miami, FL (01/31/1958); Miami, FL (01/31/1958); Newark, NY (01/31/1958); Newcastle Stadium, Newcastle, Australia (01/31/1958); Norman Petty Studio, Clovis, NM (01/31/1958); Radio Station KLLL, Lubbock, Texas (01/31/1958); The London Palladium, London, England (01/31/1958); TV Studio W-FIL, Philadelphia, PA (01/31/1958); TV Studio WNEW, New York, NY (01/31/1958); Wichita Falls, TX (01/31/1958); BBC Riverside Studio, London, England (02/24/1958); Beltone Recording Studio, New York, NY (02/24/1958); Catholic Youth Center, Scranton, PA (02/24/1958); CBS Television Studios, New York, NY (02/24/1958); Dade County Auditorium, Miami, FL (02/24/1958); Miami, FL (02/24/1958); Newark, NY (02/24/1958); Newcastle Stadium, Newcastle, Australia (02/24/1958); Norman Petty Studio, Clovis, NM (02/24/1958); Radio Station KLLL, Lubbock, Texas (02/24/1958); The London Palladium, London, England (02/24/1958); TV Studio W-FIL, Philadelphia, PA (02/24/1958); TV Studio WNEW, New York, NY (02/24/1958); Wichita Falls, TX (02/24/1958); BBC Riverside Studio, London, England (03/02/1958); Beltone Recording Studio, New York, NY (03/02/1958); Catholic Youth Center, Scranton, PA (03/02/1958); CBS Television Studios, New York, NY (03/02/1958); Dade County Auditorium, Miami, FL (03/02/1958); Miami, FL (03/02/1958); Newark, NY (03/02/1958); Newcastle Stadium, Newcastle, Australia (03/02/1958); Norman Petty Studio, Clovis, NM (03/02/1958); Radio Station KLLL, Lubbock, Texas (03/02/1958); The London Palladium, London, England (03/02/1958); TV Studio W-FIL, Philadelphia, PA (03/02/1958); TV Studio WNEW, New York, NY (03/02/1958); Wichita Falls, TX (03/02/1958); BBC Riverside Studio, London, England (03/25/1958); Beltone Recording Studio, New York, NY (03/25/1958); Catholic Youth Center, Scranton, PA (03/25/1958); CBS Television Studios, New York, NY (03/25/1958); Dade County Auditorium, Miami, FL (03/25/1958); Miami, FL (03/25/1958); Newark, NY (03/25/1958); Newcastle Stadium, Newcastle, Australia (03/25/1958); Norman Petty Studio, Clovis, NM (03/25/1958); Radio Station KLLL, Lubbock, Texas (03/25/1958); The London Palladium, London, England (03/25/1958); TV Studio W-FIL, Philadelphia, PA (03/25/1958); TV Studio WNEW, New York, NY (03/25/1958); Wichita Falls, TX (03/25/1958); BBC Riverside Studio, London, England (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); Beltone Recording Studio, New York, NY (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); Catholic Youth Center, Scranton, PA (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); CBS Television Studios, New York, NY (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); Dade County Auditorium, Miami, FL (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); Miami, FL (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); Newark, NY (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); Newcastle Stadium, Newcastle, Australia (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); Norman Petty Studio, Clovis, NM (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); Radio Station KLLL, Lubbock, Texas (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); The London Palladium, London, England (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); TV Studio W-FIL, Philadelphia, PA (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); TV Studio WNEW, New York, NY (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); Wichita Falls, TX (04/28/1957-09/07/1957); BBC Riverside Studio, London, England (09/01/1958).
    El Toro Records is dedicated to putting out every last thing that Buddy Holly ever sang, said, played on, or produced during his brief musical career. Luckily there's a lot of stuff, including demos and outtakes, radio and television appearances and interviews, and countless random session stops, starts, and rehearsals, so one needn't ever wonder what Holly was up to as a professional musician, and thanks to El Toro, it's all preserved in depth. This three-CD set collects rare and obscure recordings that featured Holly as a session player, singer, or producer with the likes of Waylon Jennings and Roy Orbison and others, audio from various radio and television appearances and interviews, as well as several cuts from various other Texas musicians that Holly crossed paths with on the tour circuit, "Buddy's buddies," if you will. It's minutiae for serious Holly fans, which makes this box a must have if that's you. ~ Steve Leggett

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