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Look At Me - Buddy Holly - 20 Golden Hits By Buddy Holly (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of 20 Golden Hits By Buddy Holly on Discogs/5(3).

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  2. Apr 17,  · Buddy Holly learned to play piano and fiddle at an early age, while his older brothers taught him the basics of guitar. A home recording of "My Two-Timin' Woman" showcases Holly.

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  3. Buddy Holly, who was born in and sadly died very young in , was one of the most influential rock musicians ever. He was the first successful musician who established the standard formation of a rock band with lead-guitar, rhythm guitar, bass and drums, like the Beatles took it over/5(2).

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  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Buddy Holly - 20 Golden Hits By Buddy Holly at Discogs. Complete your Buddy Holly collection/5(33).

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  6. This is a review for the MCA CD release of "20 Golden Greats" by Buddy Holly & the Crickets." Everything on this disc was recorded between and , and the most famous recordings were released between and /5(55).

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  7. The music had died. I have since purchased many Holly records and discs, including the 6 disc box set of records that still mysteriously remains only on vinyl. My favorite single lp became "The Buddy Holly Story Vol 2". Not the hits but great Holly. Until CDS came out I thought the versions on that LP /5(65).

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  8. This early Buddy Holly hits collection will please vinyl fans in search of the bespeckled one's late-'50s hits. Including perennials like "That'll Be the Day," "Oh Boy," "It's So Easy," and "Peggy Sue," the album also features fine covers of "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" and "Bo Diddley," not to mention lushly orchestrated stunners such as "Raining in My Heart," "True Love Ways," and the Paul Anka.

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  9. This was the only album attributed to Buddy Holly that was released whilehe was alive. It s hard to believe that this innocuous-looking guy on thecover was making essential rock 'n' roll, but indeed he was. He was alsomaking sugary, vocal pop, as on "Every Day." "Rave On" is unbeatable.

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