Living The Nightlife

Living The Nightlife

Front

01  Carlena – Just Brothers
02  Dearly Beloved – Jack Montgomery
03  Black Eyed Girl – Billy Thompson
04  Livin’ The Night Life – Charts
05  Groovy Guy – Shirelles
06  It’s Torture – Maxine Brown
07  Gonna Give Her all The Love I Got – Benny Gordon
08  I Refuse To Give Up – Clarence Reid
09  Send My Baby Back – Freddie Hughes
10  Good Things Come To Those Who Wait – Chuck Jackson
11  Do You Love Me Baby – Masqueraders
12  Please Stay – Ivories
13  The Pretty Part Of You – Tommy Hunt
14  My Sweet Baby – Esquires
15  Love Ain’t What It Used To Be – Diplomats
16  Yesterdays Kisses – Big Maybelle
17  (Happiness Will Cost You) One Thin Dime – Betty LaVette
18  I Want You – Judy Clay
19  Since I Found A Love – Sandy Hadley
20  Love Keeps Me Crying – Walter Johnson
21  You Can’t Keep A Good Man Down – Gentlemen Four
22  I Dont Want To Lose You – Mell Wynn
23  Look My Way – Maurice Williams
24  You Must Be Losing Your Mind – Jimmie Raye

Contours

Dance With – Contours

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01  Can You Do It
02  Do The See Saw
03  He Couldn’t Do The Crossfire
04  I Don’t Want To Talk
05  Foot Stompin’ Time
06  The Limbo Is Here To Stay
07  Let’s Do The Uncle Willie
08  Party Groove
09  Okey Dokey
10  Love Is Uncertain
11  Shake Everything
12  Giant Steps
13  It Doesn’t Have To Be So
14  Minnie The Ugly Duckling
15  Wanted
16  Boy Meets Girl
17  Don’t You Wanna Go
18  You Hurt Me So
19  You Changed My Life Around
20  Throw You Out Of My Mind
21  Tonight
22  I Don’t Know How Right It Was
23  Somebody’s Daughter Oughta
24  Nobody Fine As Dinah
25  Can You Jerk Like Me
26  I Can’t Stop Dancing
27  Do The See-Saw (version 2)

Nino Tempo & April Stevens

Deep Purple & Sing The Great Songs – Nino Tempo & April Stevens

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01  Deep Purple
02  Paradise
03  Baby Weemus
04  True Love
05  It’s Pretty Funny
06  Tears Of Sorrow
07  Sweet And Lovely
08  One Dozen Roses
09  We’ll Always Be
10  Indian Love Call
11  Shine On Harvest Moon
12  I’ve Been Carrying A Torch For You
13  Tea For Two
14  I’m Confessin’ That I Love You
15  Honeysuckle Rose
16  Stardust
17  All The Things You Are
18  St  Louis Blues
19  Whispering
20  Begin The Beguine
21  My Blue Heaven
22  Who
23  I Surrender Dear
24  I Can’t Give You Anything But Love

Jimmy Soul

If You Wanna Be Happy – Jimmy Soul

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01  If You Wanna Be Happy
02  I Can’t Hold Out Any Longer
03  Some Kinda Nut
04  Twistin’ Matilda
05  Take Me To Los Angeles
06  Call Me
07  When I Get My Car
08  Everybody’s Gone Ape
09  Guess Things Happen That Way
10  She’s Alright
11  Church Street In The Summertime
12  I Want To Know If You Love Me
13  You’re Nothing
14  I Hate You Baby
15  My Little Room
16  You Can’t Have Your Cake
17  I Know Why Dreamers Cry
18  Hands Off
19  I Love You So
20  Treat ’em Tough
21  I Need Your Love
22  Tell Me Why
23  Don’t Release Me
24  When Matilda Comes Back
25  Go ‘Way Christina

Emile Ford & The Checkmate

The Very Best Of Emile Ford & The Checkmates

01 What Do You Want To Make To Eyes At Me For
02 After You’ve Gone
03 Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me
04 Keep On Doin’ What You’re Doin’
05 Them There Eyes
06 Questions
07 Still
08 You’ll Never Now What Your Missing
09 Trouble
10 Lawdy Miss Clawdy
11 The Joker
12 Yellow Bird
13 Buona Sera
14 Don’t
15 Danny Boy
16 That Lucky Old Sun
17 Counting Teardrops
18 Heavenly
19 What Am I Gonna Do
20 On A Slow Boat To China
21 Don’t Tell Me Your Troubles
22 Red Sails In The Sunset
23 Move Along
24 Send For Me
25 A Kiss To Build A Dream On
26 Scarlet Ribbons
27 Vaya Con Dios

Boy Trouble

Boy Trouble

Front

01  Boy Trouble – Rev-Lons
02  Would She Do That For You – Mary Saenz
03  They Say Big Girls Don’t Cry – Beverly Williams
04  I’ll Know Better (Next Time) – Sandi Shore
05  Back Street Girl – Diana Dawn
06  Losin’ Control – Fashionettes
07  Boy You Better Watch It Girl – Beatrice Kay
08  One Way Street – Beverly Williams
09  You Call Yourself A Man – Diana Dawn
10  He’s The Most – Doris Webb
11  It’s Too Late Now – Mary Saenz
12  Road To Nowhere – Beverly Williams
13  Whirlwind – Rev-Lons
14  Big City Guy – Mary Saxton
15  Love Can’t Be A Oneway Deal – Rev-Lons
16  Plain Simple Ordinary Guy – Darlene McKinney
17  Dutch Treat – Beverly Williams
18  Give Me One More Chance – Rev-Lons
19  My Kind Of Boy – Mary Saenz
20  Blame It On Johnny – Doris Webb
21  How Can You Keep From Loving A Boy Like That – Rev-Lons
22  Till There Was You – Beverly Williams
23  I’ve Had Enough Heartaches – Jan Paxton
24  Every Boy Any Boy – Diana Dawn
25  Keep A Hold On Him – Beatrice Kay
26  I Can’t Forget About You – Rev-Lons

Platters

Complete Federal Recordings – Platters

Front

01  I’ll Cry When Your Gone
02  Voo Vee Ah Bee (alt)
03  Only You (alt whistling version)
04  Roses Of Picardy
05  Give Thanks
06  Beer Barrel Boogie
07  Tell The World
08  Only You (master)
09  Love All Night
10  I Need You All The Time
11  You Made Me Cry
12  Take Me Back
13  Hey Now
14  Shake It Up Mambo
15  Humble Bumble Bee
16  Don’t Tickle Me
17  Maggie Doesn’t Work Here Anymore
18  Voo Vee Ah Bee
19  You Made Me Cry (alt take 2)
20  Roses Of Picardy (alt take 1)
21  Only You (alt)
22  Oochi Pachi
23  Please Have Mercy
24  My Name Ain’t Annie
25  I Just Wanna Mambo
26  Let’s Bubalu
27  Co-Operating Mama

Barry McGuire

Eve Of Destruction – Barry McGuire

front

01  Eve Of Destruction
02  She Belongs To Me
03  You Never Had It So Good
04  Sloop John B
05  Baby Blue
06  The Sins Of A Family
07  Try To Remember
08  Mr Man On The Street · Act One
09  You Were On My Mind
10  Ain’t No Way I’m Gonna Change My Mind
11  What Exactly’s The Matter With Me
12  Why Not Stop & Dig It While You Can

Billy Fury

Very Best – Billy Fury

Front

01  Colette
02  That’s Love
03  A Thousand Stars
04  Do You Really Love Me Too
05  I’d Never Find Another You
06  I Will
07  Like I’ve Never Been Gone
08  I’m Lost Without You
09  Jealousy
10  Halfway To Paradise
11  Last Night Was Made For Love
12  When Will You Say I Love You
13  It’s Only Make Believe
14  In Thoughts Of You
15  Once Upon A Dream
16  Maybe Tomorrow

Belmonts

Laurie, Sabina & United Artists Sides – Belmonts

Front

Volume 1

01  Come On Little Angel
02  Tell Me Why
03  Smoke From Your Cigarette
04  That Background Sound
05  How About Me
06  My Love Is Real
07  Searching For A New Love
08  I Don’t Know How To Cry
09  I Need Someone
10  Hombre
11  Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
12  Why
13  (I’ve Got) More Important Things To Do
14  Have You Heard
15  Dancin’ Girl
16  Time To Dream
17  Not Responsible
18  Now It’s All Over
19  Walk On Boy
20  Summertime Time
21  I Confess
22  Diddle-Dee-Dum
23  Ann-Marie
24  Come Take A Walk With Me
25  Such A Long Way
26  We Belong Together
27  I Don’t Know Why (I Just Do)
28  I Got A Feeling
29  Today My Love Has Gone Away
30  You’re Like A Mystery

Volume 2

01  So Wrong
02  Let’s Call It A Day
03  Broken Heart
04  Lookout For Candy
05  Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive
06  How About Me [Take 7]
07  Lookout For Sandy [Dutch Version]
08  I Need Someone [Take 1]
09  Searching For A New Love [Take 1]
10  That American Dance
11  This Love Of Mine
12  I Need Someone [Dutch Version]
13  Farewell
14  Walk On Boy [Dutch Version]
15  Lookout For Sandy [Take 1]
16  Today My Love Has Gone Away [Take 5]
17  Come On Little Angel [Take 14]
18  C’mon Everybody (Do You Wanna Dance)
19  Diddle-Dee-Dum
20  My Foolish Heart
21  Wintertime
22  (Then) I Walked Away
23  To Be With You
24  Come With Me
25  Where You Gonna Run To Girl [Unreleased]
26  Night Time [Unreleased]

Platters

Complete Federal Recordings – Platters

front

01  I’ll Cry When You’re Gone
02  My Name Ain’t Annie
03  Only You (And You Alone)
04  Roses of Picardy
05  Give Thanks
06  Beer Barrel Boogie
07  Tell the World
08  Oochi Pachi
09  Love All Night
10  Please Have Mercy
11  I Need You All the Time
12  You Made Me Cry
13  Take Me Back
14  Hey Now
15  Shake It Up Mambo
16  Humble Bumble Bee
17  Don’t Tickle
18  Voo-Vee-Ah-Bee
19  Maggie Doesn’t Work Here Anymore
20  I Just Wanna Mambo
21  Let’s Babalu
22  Co-Operating Mama
23  Only You (And You Alone) [Take 1]
24  You Made Me Cry [Take 2]

Complete Motown Singles – Vol 05 (1965) – CD6

Complete Motown Singles – Vol 05 (1965) – CD6

01 – Barbara McNair – You’re Gonna Love My Baby
02 – Barbara McNair – The Touch Of Time
03 – Supremes – Children’s Christmas Song
04 – Supremes – Twinkle Twinkle Little Me
05 – Stevie Wonder – Uptight (Everything’s Alright)
06 – Stevie Wonder – Purple Rain Drops
07 – Velvelettes – A Bird In The Hand (Is Worth Two In The Bush)
08 – Velvelettes – Since You’ve Been Loving Me
09 – Marvelettes – Don’t Mess With Bill
10 – Marvelettes – Anything You Wanna Do
11 – Earl Van Dyke And The Soul Brothers – The Flick (Part 2)
12 – Earl Van Dyke And The Soul Brothers – The Flick (Part 1)
13 – Chris Clark – Do Right Baby Do Right
14 – Chris Clark – Don’t Be Too Long
15 – Chris Clark – Do Right Baby Do Right (Second Version)
16 – Miracles – Going To A Go-Go
17 – Miracles – Choosey Beggar
18 – Tony Martin – Ask Any Man
19 – Tony Martin – Spanish Rose
20 – Jr Walker And The All Stars – Cleo’s Mood
21 – Jr Walker And The All Stars – Baby You Know You Ain’t Right
22 – Supremes – My World Is Empty Without You
23 – Supremes – Everything Is Good About You
24 – Frank Wilson – Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)
25 – Frank Wilson – Sweeter As The Days Go By
26 – Elgins – Put Yourself In My Place
27 – Elgins – Darling Baby

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Greatest Hits of Christmas




01. Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree – Brenda Lee
02. Jingle Bell Rock – Bobby Helms
03. The Little Drummer Boy – Harry Simeone Chorale
04. Run Rudolph Run – Chuck Berry
05. White Christmas – Bing Crosby
06. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Judy Garland
07. The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) – Mel Torme
08. Do You Hear What I Hear – Jack Jones
09. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! – Ella Fitzgerald
10. Jingle Bells – Dean Martin
11. Give Love on Christmas Day – Jackson 5
12. A Holly Jolly Christmas – Burl Ives
13. Here Comes Santa Claus – The Andrews Sisters
14. Frosty the Snowman – Loretta Lynn
15. Blue Christmas – Ernest Tubb
16. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – The Temptations
17. My Favorite Things – The Supremes
18. It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – Patti LaBelle
19. It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas – Bing Crosby
20. This Christmas – Diana Ross
21. Sleigh Ride – Ramsey Lewis Trio
22. Carol of the Bells – Hayley Westenra
23. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus – Teresa Brewer
24. Silent Night – Bing Crosby
25. Winter Wonderland – Rosemary Clooney
26. I’ll Be Home For Christmas – The Platters
27. Silver Bells (feat. Carol Richards) – Bing Crosby
28. Do They Know It’s Christmas – Band Aid

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Titel: Greatest Hits of Christmas
Jahr: 2014
Genre: Christmas, Pop/Jazz/Vocals
Format: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbit/s
Größe: 186 MB
Dauer: 01:18:58
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Buddy Holly

Buddy Holly – The Complete Buddy Holly


Volume One
1: My Two Timin’ Woman (Snow)
c.1949: Home Recording, 3315, 36th Street, Lubbock, Texas
Buddy Holly: vocal, acoustic guitar
2: I ‘ll Just Pretend (Martin)
3: Take These Shackles From My Heart (King-Stewart)
c. 1952: Home Recording, 3315, 36th Street, Lubbock Texas
Bob Montgomery (poss. Jack Neal): lead vocal, guitar; Buddy Holly: second vocal, mandolin
4: Footprints In The Snow (Jones)
c:1953: (Prob.) Home Recording, 3315, 36th Street, Lubbock, Texas
Bob Montgomery: lead vocal, guitar; Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar
5: Gotta Get You Near Me Blues+ (Montgomery)
6: Flower Of My Heart* (Montgomery-Guess)
7: Door To My Heart* (Montgomery)
8: I Gambled My Heart+ (Holly-Montgomery)
9: Soft Place In My Heart+ (Montgomery)
10: Gotta Get You Near Me Blues+ (Montgomery)
c. late 1954/April 1955: Nesman Recording Studio – Wichita Falls Texas
Bob Montgomery: lead vocal, acoustic guitar; Buddy Holly: duet vocal, electric lead guitar; Sonny Curtis: fiddle; Larry Welborn: bass on *; Don Guess: steel guitar on *, bass on +
6-10: plus overdubs: 6 October, 1963 – The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar, Stan Lark: bass; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Lyn Bailey: bass; Doug Roberts: drums)
11: You And I Are Through* (Montgomery)
12: Memories (Montgomery)
13: You And I Are Through* (Montgomery)
14: Baby It’s Love (Bob Montgomery-Ella Holley)
15: Memories (Montgomery)
16: Queen Of The Ballroom (Don Guess)
August, 1955: KDAV Studio – Lubbock, Texas
Bob Montgomery: lead vocal, acoustic guitar; Buddy Holly: duet vocal, second lead guitar; Sonny Curtis: fiddle, lead guitar on *; Don Guess: bass
13-16: plus overdubs: 26 June 1964 – The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Stan Lark or Lyn Bailey: bass; Doug Roberts or Eric Budd: drums)
17: Baby Let’s Play House (Gunter)
18: Down The Line (Holly-Montgomery)
19: Baby Let’s Play House (Gunter)
20: Down The Line (Holly-Montgomery)
Mid 1955: Nesman Recording Studio – Wichita Falls, Texas
Buddy Holly: lead vocal, acoustic guitar; Bob Montgomery: vocal and guitar on *; Sonny Curtis: lead guitar; Larry Welborn: bass; Jerry Allison: drums
19-20: plus overdubs: June 1964 – The Firebalk: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Stan Lark: bass; Doug Roberts or Eric Budd: drums)
21: Moonlight Baby (Holly (aka Baby Won’t You Come Out Tonight)
22:1 Guess I Was A Fool (Holly)
23: Don’t Come Back Knockin’ (Holly-Parrish)
24: Love Me (Holly-Parrish)
7 December, 1955: Nesman Recording Studio – Wichita Falls, Texas
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Sonny Curtis: lead guitar; Don Guess: bass; Jerry Allison: drums (These acetates were sent to Decca in response to a telegram from Eddie Crandall to Dave Stone)
25: Love Me (Holly-Parrish) (Take 10)
26: Don’t Come Back Knockin’ (Holly-Parrish)
27: Midnight Shift (Lee-Ainsworth)
28: Blue Days, Black Nights (Hall)
26 January, 1956: Bradley’s Barn Studio – Music Row, Nashville, Tennessee (Owen Bradley: producer)
Buddy Holly: vocal; Sonny Curtis: lead guitar; Grady Martin: rhythm guitar; Don Guess: bass; Doug Kirkham: percussion
29: Baby Won’t You Come Out Tonight+ (Holly)
30: I Guess I Was Just A Fool+ ~Holly)
31: It’s Not My Fault (Hall-Myrick)
32: I’m Gmlna Set My Foot Down*+ (Holly)
33: Changill’ All Those Changes*+ (Holly)
34: Rock-A-Bye Rock+ (Holly)
35: Bccause I Love You+ (Holly)
February-April, 1956: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street Clovis New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Sonny Curtis: guitar, lead guitar on *; Don Guess: bass; Jerry Allison: drums on +

Volume Two
1: Baby Won’t You Come Out Tonight (Holly)
2: Because I Love You (Holly)
3: Changin’ All Those Changes (Holly)
4: I ‘m Gonna Set My Foot Down (Holly)
5: It’s Not My Fault (Hall-Myrick)
6: Rock-A-Bye Rock (Holly)
Feb-Apr 1956 session from disc 1 plus overdubs: 14 November 1962 – The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: guitar; Stan Lark: bass; Doug Roberts or Eric Budd: drums)
7: Rock Around With Ollie Vee (Curtis) (fragment)
8: Rock Around With Ollie Vee (Curtis) (take 8)
9: I’m Changin’ All Those Changes* (Holly) (take 3 fragment)
10: I’m Changin’ All Those Changes* (Holly) (take 4)
11: That’ll Be The Day (Alllson-Holly-Petty) (take 19)
12: Girl On My Mind (Guess) (take 3)
13: Ting-A-Ling (Nugetre) (take 7)
22 July, 1956: Bradley’s Barn Studio – Music Row, Nashville, Tennessee (Owen Bradley: producer)
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Sonny Curtis: guitar, lead on *; Don Guess: bass; Jerry Allison: drums
14: Rock Around With Ollie Vee (Curtis) (take 12)
15: Modern Don Juan (Guess-Neil) (take 76 [sic])
16: You’re My One Desire (Guess) (false start)
17: You’re My One Desire (Guess) (take 2)
15 Nov, 1956: Bradley’s Barn Studio – Music Row, Nashville, Tennessee (Owen Bradley: producer)
Buddy Holly: vocal; Harold Bradley: guitar; Grady Martin: guitar; Don Guess: bass; Floyd Cramer: piano; Farris Coursey: drums; E.R. “Dutch” McMillin: saxophone
18: Gone (Rogers) (version one)
19: Gone (Rogers) (version two)
20: Gone (Rogers) (version three)
21: Have You Ever Been Lonely (De Rose-Brown) (version one)
22: Have You Ever Been Lonely (De Rose-Brown) (version two)
23: Have You Ever Been Lonely (De Rose Brown) (version three)
24: Have You Ever Been Lonely (De Rose-Brown) (version four)
25: Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Berry)
26: Good Rockin’ Tonight (Brown)
27: Rip It Up (Marascalco-Blackwell)
28: Blue Monday (Bartholomew-Domino)
29: Honky Tonk (Doggett-Shepard-Butler-Scott)
30: Blue Suede Shoes (Perkins)
31: Shake, Rattle and Roll (Calhoun)
32: Bo Diddley (McDaniel)
33: Ain’t Got No Home (Henry)
34: Holly Hop (Holley)
35: Gone (Rogers) (version three)
36: Rip It Up (Marascalco-Blackwell)
37: Honky Tonk (Doggett-Shepard-Butler-Scott)
38: Blue Suede Shoes (Perkins)
39: Shake, Rattle and Roll (Calhoun)
40: Have You Ever Been Lonely (De Rose-Brown) (version one)
41: Good Rockin’ Tonight (Brown)
42: Blue Monday (Bartholomew-Domino)
43: Ain ‘t Got No Home (Henry)
44: Holly Hop (Holley)
November-December, 1956: (Poss.) Home Recording – 1926, 19th Street, Lubbock, Texas
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Jerry Allison: drums and vocals; (Poss.) Don Guess: bass
35-39: plus overdubs: 10/11 October, 1963 – The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Stan Lark: bass; Doug Roberts: drums); Vi Petty: piano
40-44: plus overdubs: 22 August, 1968 – The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Lyn Bailey or Stan Lark: bass; Doug Roberts: drums)

Space here to tell you a little about this collection. Over a year in the making, we snagged everything we could find from numerous sources, including What You Been A Missin’ and The Music Never Died. One thing we didn’t include was any of the “Picks” vocal overdubs from the 1980s, frankly because we think they suck. You can find them on all manner of budget CDs. But you really don’t want to. Tracks making their CD debut include the 7″ versions of “Wait Til The Sun Shines Nellie”, “Look At Me” and “Mailman…”, and the 50s and 60s stereo mixes on Disc Nine.

As well as our new, previously unavailable stereo mixes, we managed to dig out one or two exclusives: “Take These Shackles…” on disc one is not only upgraded in sound, but appears without skips for the first time! Also making their bootleg debut (we think) are the BBC “Maybe Baby” and Florida “That’ll Be The Day” fragments and the first version of “That’s What They Say”. We’re not sure whether the Hightime fragment is lip-synched or sung live to the record, but it debuts here all the same.

We did minimal work on the source material if it warranted it – mostly de-clicking and speed-correction. Also, we fixed the tape glitch on the Palladium “Oh Boy” and combined two different sources of “My Two-Timin Woman” to get the longest version in best quality. When speed-corrected the Vigotone “Last Night” and “Send Me Some Lovin'” turn out not to be alternate takes, just undubbed.

Volume Three
1: Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Berry)
2: Bo Diddley (McDaniel)
3: Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Berry)
4: Bo Diddley (McDaniel)
December 1956-January 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Larry Welborn: bass; Jerry Allison: drums; unknown: guitar
3-4: plus overdubs: 22 August, 1968 – The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Stan Lark: bass; Doug Roberts or Eric Budd: drums)
5: I’m Looking For Someone To Love (Holly-Petty)
6: That’ll Be The Day (Allison-Holly-Petty)
25 February, 1957: Norman Petty Studios -1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Larry Welborn: bass; Jerry Allison: drums; Niki Sullivan, Gary Tollett and Ramona Tollett: backing vocals
7: Last Night (Petty-Mauldin)
8: Maybe Baby* (Holly-Petty)
9: Words Of Love (Holly)
10: Last Night+ (Petty-Mauldin)
11: Maybe Baby* (Holly-Petty)
12 March, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar, Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums; Niki Sullivan: second vocal*
The Picks (Bill Pickering, John Pickering, Bob Latham) backing vocals on + (dubbed 12-14 Oct ’57)
11: plus overdubs: 15 March, 1966 – The Fireballs: (see above – Doug Roberts: drums)
12 Words Of Love* (Holly)
13: Mailman Bring Me No More Blues+ (Roberts-Katz-Clayton)
14: Mailman Bring Me No More Blues+ ((Roberts-Katz-Clayton)
8 April, 1957 Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal (double-tracked on *), guitar (double-tracked on *); Jerry Allison: drums; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Vi Petty: piano on +
14: plus echo overdub for 7″: October 1961: Decca Record Co., Ltd., 254 Belsize Road, London, England
15: Not Fade Away (Hardin-Petty) (incomplete alternate)
16: Not Fade Away+ (Hardin-Petty)
17: Everyday* (Hardin-Petty)
29 May, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Jerry Allison: cardboard-box (knee slapping on *); (Prob.) Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Vi Petty: celeste on *; Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison, Niki Sullivan: overdubbed vocals on +
18: Ready Teddy* (Blackwell-Marascalco)
19: Valley Of Tears# (Domino-Bartolomew)
20: Tell Me How+ (Hardin-Allison-Petty)
May-July, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Niki Sullivan: guitar on * and +; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums; Vi Petty: piano on * and #; Norman Petty: organ on #
The Picks (Bill Pickering, John Pickering, Bob Latham) backing vocals on + (dubbed 12-14 Oct ’57)
21: Peggy Sue (Holly-Allison-Petty) (alternate)
22: Peggy Sue (Holly-Allison-Petty)
23: Listen To Me* (Hardin-Petty)
24: That’ll Be The Day – for Bob Thiele (Holly-Allison)
25: That’ll Be The Day – for Murray Deutch (Holly-Allison)
26: That’ll Be The Day – for Bill Randall (Holly-Allison)
27: Oh Boy (West-Tilghman-Petty)
28: Oh Boy+ (West-Tilghman-Petty)
30 June, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar (double-tracked v & g on *), Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums
The Picks (Bill Pickering, John Pickering, Bob Latham) backing vocals on + (dubbed 19 August ’57)
29: I’m Gonna Love You Too (Mauldin-Petty-Sullivan)
1 July, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: double-tracked vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin bass; Jerry Allison: drums; Cricket: chirp
30: Send Me Some Loving (Marascalco-Price)
31: It’s Too Late (Willis)
32: Send Me Some Loving+ (Marascalco-Price)
33: It’s Too Late+ (Willis)
20 July, 1957: Norman Petty Studios -1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums
The Picks (Bill Pickering, John Pickering, Bob Latham) backing vocals on + (dubbed 12-14 Oct ’57)
34: Am Empty Cup+ (Petty-Orbison)
35: Rock Me My Baby+ (Long-Heather)
36: You’ve Got Love+ (Wilson-Orbison-Petty)
37: Maybe Baby+ (Holly-petly)
28-29 September, 1957: The Officers Club Lounge – Tinker U.S. Air Force Base, Oklahoma City, OK
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar, Niki Sullivan: guitar, Joe B. Mauldin: bass, Jerry Allison: drums
The Picks (Bill Pickering, John Pickering, Bob Latham) backing vocals on + (dubbed 12-14 Oct ’57)
38: That’ll Be The Day (Holly-Allison-Petty) (fragment)
22 October, 1957: KPTV Hightime, Portland Oregon
Buddy Holly: mimed (double-tracked?) vocal; Joe B. Mauldin and Jerry Allison: mimed vocal
39: That’ll Be The Day (Holly-Allison-Petty)
40: Peggy Sue (Holly-Allison-Petty)
41: Interview with Ed Sullivan
1 December, 1957: Ed Sullivan Show, CBS Television Studios, New York City, New York
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums; Niki Sullivan: guitar

Volume Four
1: Little Baby (Holly-Petty-Kendall)
2: (You’re So Square) Baby I Don’t Care (Leiber-Stoller)
3: Look At Me (Holly-Petty-Allison)
4: Look At Me (Holly-Petty-Allison)
7 December, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin; bass, Jerry Allison: drums; C.W. Kendall Jr.: piano
4: plus echo overdub for 7: October 1961: Decca Record Co. Ltd. 254 Belsize Road London England
5: Mona (McDaniel) (warm up)
6: Mona (McDaniel) (take one)
7. Mona (McDaniel) (take two)
8: Mona (McDaniel) (take three)
December, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Jerry Allison: drums; guitar at beginning
9: Peggy Sue (Holly-Allison-Petty)
29 December, 1957: Arthur Murray Dance Party, TV Show – New York City, New York
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums
10: Rave On (West-Tilghman-Petty) (take 3)
11: That’s My Desire (Kresa-Loveday) (rehearsal)
12: That’s My Desire (Kresa-l.oveday) (take I – false start)
13: That’s My Desire (Kresa-Loveday) (take 2 breakdown)
14: That’s My Desire (Kresa-l.oveday) (take 3)
15: That s My Desire+ (Kresa-Loveday) (take 3)
25 January, 1958: Bell Sound Studios – 237 W. 54th Street, New York City, New York
Buddy Holly: vocal; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums; Norman Petty: piano; Al Caiola: lead guitar; Donald Arnone: rhythm guitar; The Jivetones: (William Marine, Robert Bollinger, Robert Harter, Abby Hoffer, Merrill Ostaus): backing vocals
15: plus overdubs: 15 March 1966 – The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Stan Lark: bass; Doug Roberts: drums)
16: Oh Boy (West-Tilghman-Petty)
26 January, 1958: Ed Sullivan Show, CBS Television Studios, New York City, New York
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums
17: Well… All Right (Holly-Allison-Petty-Mauldin)
12 February, 1958: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: cymbals
18: Take Your Time* (Holly-Petty) (take I breakdown)
19: Take Your Time* (Holly-Petty) (take 2 – breakdown)
20: Take Your Time* (Holly-Peity) (take 3)
21: Take Your Time* (Holly-Pelty) (take 4)
22: Fool’s Paradise (Leglaire-Petty-l.insley) (take 1)
23: Fool’s Paradise (Leglaire-Petty-Linsley) (take 2)
24: Fool’s Paradise (I.eglaire-Petty-Linsley) (take 3)
25: Thhlk It Over (Holly-Petty-Allison) (take 1 – false start)
26: Think It Over (Holly-Petty-Allison) (take 2 – false start)
27: Think It Over (Holly-Petty-Allison) (take 3)
28: Think It Over (Holly-Petty-Allison) (take 4)
29: Think It Over (Holly-Petty-Allison) (take 5)
30: Fool’s Paradise+ (Leglaire-Petty-Linsley) (take 3)
31: Think It Over+ (Holly-Petty- Allison) (take 5)
14 February, 1958: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums, cardboard-box on *; Norman Petty: organ on *- plus The Roses (Robert Linville, Ray Rush, David Bigham) backing vocals on +; Vi Petty: piano on + (overdubbed: 19 February, 1958)
32: That’ll Be The Day* (Allison-Holly-Petty) (fragment)
33: Everyday* (Hardin-Petty) (fragment)
34: Drown In My Own Tears+ (fragment)
35: Hallelujah, I Love Her So + (Charles) (Glover) (fragment)
24 February, 1958: “Big Gold Record Stars Show” – Dade County Auditorium, Miami, Florida
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin: bass on *; Jerry Allison: drums on *; Jerry Lee Lewis: piano and vocal on +
36: That’ll Be The Day (Allison-Holly-Petty)
37: Peggy Sue (Holly-Allison-Petty)
38: Oh Boy (West-Tilghman-Petty)
2 March, 1958: The London Palladium – Argyle Street, London, England
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums
39: Maybe Baby (Holly-Petty) (fragment)
14 March,1958: BBC Television studios – Lime Grove, London, England
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums
40: Heartbeat* (Montgomery-Petty)
41: Lonesome Tears+ (Holly)
42: It’s So Easy+ (Holly-Petty)
25 May, 1958: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Tommy Allsup: lead guitar; Joe B. Mauldin: bass on +; Jerry Allison: drums on +; George Atwood: bass on *; plus The Roses (Robert Linville, Ray Rush, David Bigham): backing vocals on + (overdubbed: 27 May, 1958)
43: Love’s Made A Fool Of You (Holly-Montgomery)
44: Wishing (Holly-Montgomery)
45: Love’s Made A Fool Of You+ (Holly-Montgomery)
46: Wishing ++ (Holly-Montgomery)
2 June, 1958: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: double-tracked vocal, guitar; Tommy Allsup: lead guitar; George Atwood: bass; Bo Clarke: drums – 45-46: plus overdubs: January 7, 1964 – handclaps on +; 1963 guitar overdubs on ++

Volume Five
1: Early In The Morning (Darin-Harris)
2: Now We’re One (Darin) (fragment)
3: Now We’re One (Darin)
19 June, 1958: Coral Records Studios – The Pythian Temple, 80th Street, New York City, New York
Buddy Holly: vocal; George Barnes: lead guitar; Al Chernet: acoustic guitar; Sanford Bloch: bass; Ernest Hayes: piano; David “Panama” Francis: drums; Philip Kraus: drums; Sam Taylor: alto saxophone; Helen Way Singers: (Helen Way, Harriett Young, Maeretha Stewart, Theresa Merritt): backing vocals
4: Everyday KLLL Jingle (Holly)
5: Peggy Sue KLLL Jingle (Holly-Alllson)
1 September, 1958: Radio KLLL – Lubbock, Texas
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar
6: Come Back Baby (Petty-Nell)
7: Reminiscing (Curtis) (Buddy wrote this, but gave King Curtis the credit for flying down to the session)
8: Reminiscing + (Curtis)
10 September, 19S8: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Jerry Allison: drums; Curtis “King Curtis” Ousley: saxophone
8: plus overdubs: 14 November, 1962 – The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Stan Lark: bass; Eric Budd: drums)
9: True Love Ways (Holly-Petty) (stereo)
10: It Doesn’t Matter Anymore (Anka) (stereo)
11: Raining In My Heart (B & F Bryant) (stereo)
12: Moondreams (Petty) (stereo)
13: True Love Ways (Holly-Petty) (mono)
14: It Doesn’t Matter Anymore (Anka) (mono)
15: Raining In My Heart (B & F Bryant) (mono)
16: Moondreams (Petty) (mono)
21 October, 1958: Coral Records Studios – Pythian Temple,80th Street, New York City, New York
Buddy Holly: vocal; Al Caiola: acoustic guitar; Sanford Bloch: bass; Ernest Hayes: piano; Doris Johnson: harp; Clifford Leeman: drums; Abraham Richman: tenor saxophone; Sylvan Shulman, Leo Kruczek, Leonard Posner, Irving Spice, Ray Free, Herbert Bourne, Julius Held, Paul Winter: violin, David Schwartz Howard Kay: viola, Maurice Brown, Maurice Bialkin: cello
9-12 Mixed for stereo 1979. Alternate stereo mixes of 9, 10 and 11 from 1959 and 1967 on disc nine.
17: That’s What They Say (Holly) (version I – incomplete)
18: That’s What They Say (Holly) (version 2)
19: What To Do (Holly)
20: Peggy Sue Got Married (Holly)
21: That Makes It Tough (Holly)
22: Crying, Waiting, Hoping (Holly)
23: Learning The Game (Holly)
3 December, 1958 (17-19); S December, 1958 (20); 8 December, 1958 (21); 14 December, 1958
(22); 17 December, 1958 (23): Apartment 4-H, The Brevoort, 8th Street, New York City, New York
Buddy Holly: vocal, acoustic guitar
24: You’re The One (Holly-Jennings-Corbin)
27 December, 19S8: Radio KLLL. – Lubbock, Texas
Buddy Holly: vocal, guitar; Waylon Jennings: handclapping; Ray “Slim” Corbin: handclapping
25: Wait ‘Til The Sun Shines Nellie* (Sterling-Von Tilzer)
26: Slippin’ And Slidin’* (Penniman-Bocage-Collins-Smith) (Slow version # 1)
27: Slippin’ And Slidin’* (Penniman-Bocage-Collins-Smith) (slow version # 3)
28: Slippin’ And Slidin’ (Penniman-Bocage-Collins-Snulh) (slow version # 2)
29: Slippin’ And Slidin’ (Penniman-Bocage-Collins-Smith) (fast version)
30: Drown In My Own Tears (Glover) (fragment)
31: Maria Elena
32: Dearest (McDaniel-Polk-Baker) (version 1 – incomplete)
33: Dearest (McDaniel-Polk-Baker) (version 2)
34: Love Is Strange (Smith-Baker)
35: Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Leiber-Stoller)
36: Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Leiber-Stoller) (unedited)
37: Buddy’s Guitar (Holly) (aka I Know I’ll Have
The Blues Again aka Leave My Womam Alone)
1-20 January, 1959: Apartment 4-H, The Brevoort,8th Street, New York City, New York
Buddy Holly: vocal, acoustic guitar, electric guitar on *
38: Slippin’ And Slidin’* (Penniman-Bocage-Collins-Smith) (sped-up version # 1)
39: Slippin’ And Slidin’* (Penniman-Bocage-Collins-Smith) (sped-up version # 3)
40: Slippin’ And Slidin’ (Penniman-Bocage-Collins-Smith) (sped-up version # 2)
1-20 January, 1959: Apartment 4-H, The Brevoort, 8th Street, New York City, New York
Buddy Holly: vocal, acoustic guitar, electric guitar on *
Buddy deliberately recorded these songs at a slow tempo, with the tape running at half-speed (71/2 i.p.s. versus 15 i.p.s.) so they would sound like The Chipmunks when played back!

Volume Six
1: Peggy Sue Got Married (Holly)
2: Crying, Waiting, Hoping (Holly)
overdubbed 30 June, 1959: Coral Records Studio A, New York City, New York
Andrew Ackers: piano; David ‘Panama’ Francis: drums; Sandford Block: bass; The Ray Charles Singers: backing vocals; C. John “Jack” Hansen: producer
3: That’s What They Say (Holly) (take 2)
4: What To Do (Holly)
5: Learning The Game (Holly)
6: That Makes It Tough (Holly)
overdubbed 1 January, 1960: Coral Records Studlo A, New York City, New York
Andrew Ackers: piano; David ‘Panama’ Francis: drums; Sandford Block: bass; The Ray Charles Singers: backing vocals; C tohn “Jack” Hansen: producer
Mixed for stereo in 1979. Alternate stereo mixes of 4 and 5 from 1967 are on disc nine of this set.
7: What To Do (Holly)
8: Peggy Sue Got Married (Holly)
9: Crying, Waiting, Hoping (Holly)
10: That Makes It Tough (Holly)
11: That’s What They Say (Holly) (version 2)
12: Learning The Game (Holly)
overdubbed June 1962-December 1963: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, NM
The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Stan Lark: bass; Doug Roberts or Eric Budd: drums); Norman Petty: producer
13: You’re The One (Holly-Jennings-Corbin)
overdubbed June 1962-December 1963: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, NM
The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Jimmy Glimer: rhythm guitar; Stan Lark: bass; Doug Roberts: drums); Norman Petty: Onedeoline, Producer
14: Umm, Oh Yeah (Dearest) (McDaniel-Polk-Baker) (version 2)
15: Slippin’ And Slidin’ (Penniman-Bocage-Collins-Smith) (slow version #2)
overdubbed 1962-1963: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Stan Lark: bass; Doug Roberts or Eric Budd: drums); Norman Petty: producer
16: Wait ‘Til The Sun Shines Nellie (Sterling-Von Tilzer) (single version)
17: Wait ‘Til The Sun Shines Nellie (Sterling-Von Tilzer) (album version with additional overdubbing)
overdubbed 29 October 1962: Norman Petty Studios -1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Stan Lark: bass; Doug Roberts or Eric Budd: drums); poss. Vi Petty, George Tomsco, Homer Tankersley: backing vocals; Norman Petty: producer
18: Love Is Strange+ (Smith-Baker)
19: Slippin ‘ And Slidin ‘ (Penniman-Bocage-Collins-Smith) (fast version)
20: Dearest* (McDaniel-Polk-Baker) (version 2)
21: Smokey Joe’s Cafe* (Leiber-Stoller)
overdubbed 1968: Norman Petty Studios -1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
The Fireballs: (George Tomsco: guitar; Keith McCormack: rhythm guitar; Stan Lark: bass; Doug Roberts: drums); Norman Petty: Onedeoline on +; poss. Vi Petty, Barbara Tomsco, George Tomsco, Homer Tankersley: backing vocals on *; Norman Petty: producer
22: Peggy Sue Got Married (Holly)
overdubbed 1995, Abbey Road Studios, London, England
The Hollies: (Allan Clarke, Graham Nash, Tony Hicks: vocals; Tony Hicks: rhythm and lead guitar; Bobby Elliott: drums; Ian Parker: keyboards; Ray Stiles: bass; Alan Coates: percusslon)
23: Got To Get You Near Me Blues (Montgomery)
24: Memories (Montgomery)
25: Baby Let’s Play House (Gunter)
26: Last Night (Petty-Mauldin)
27: Oh Boy (West-Tilghman-Petty)
28: Send Me Some Loving (Marascalco-Price)
29: It’s Too Late (Willis)
30: That’s My Desire (Kresa-Loveday)
31: Fool’s Paradise (Leglaire-Petty-Linsley)
32: Think It Over (Holly-Petty-Allison)
33: Love’s Made A Fool Of You (Holly-Montgomery)
34: Wishing (Holly-Montgomery)
True stereo versions – For The First Time Anywhere!!
Created by Purple Chick synchronizing the dubbed and undubbed versions that appear earlier on this set.
(Undubbed versions are panned mostly left, the dubbed versions mostly right.)

Volume Seven
1: I Saw The Moon Cry Last Night (Neal) – Jack Neal
2: I Hear The Lord Callin’ For Me (Neal) – Jack Neal
c. 10 November 1953: Radio KDAV – 6602 Quirt Avenue, Lubbock, Texas
Jack Neal: vocal, guitar; Buddy Holly: guitar
3: All From Loving You* Hall) – Ben Hall
4: Rose Of Monterey+ (Hall) – Ben Hall
c. 1955: Radio KSEL, Lubbock, Texas(*); Radio KDAV – 6602 Quirt Avenue, Lubbock, Texas(+)
Ben Hall: vocal; Buddy: guitar; Sonny Curtis: fiddle; Weldon Myrick: steel guitar; Dena Hall: bass
5: Because You Love Me (Curtis) – Sonny Curtis
6: I’ll Miss My Heart (Inman) – Sonny Curtis
7: Queen Of The Ballroom (Guess) – Sonny Curtis
8: This Bottle (Curtis) – Sonny Curtis
9: Dallas Boogie (Curtis) – Sonny Curtis
10: One In A Million (Curtis) – Sonny Curtis
7 June 1955: (Prob.) Nesman Recording Studio – Wichita Falls, Texas;
Sonny Curtis: vocal; Buddy Holly: guitar; Larry Welborn: bass; Jerry Allison: drums
1l: Go Boy Go* (Wilson) – Gary Dale
12: Gone* (Rogers) – Gary Dale
13: Go Boy Go+ (Wilson) – Gary Dale
14: Gone+ (Rogers) – Gary Dale
15: The Golden Rocket+ (Snow) – Gary Dale
16: 1 Overlooked An Orchid+ (Story-Smith-Lyn) – Gary Dale
21 February, 1957: Radio KDAV – Lubbock Texas (*)
1 March, 1957: Norman Petty Studios -13i3 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico (+)
Gary Dale Tollett: vocal; Buddy Holly: guitar; 3erry Allison: drums; Ramona Tollett, June Clark, Niki Sullivan: backing vocals
17: A Whole Lot Of Lovin’ (Huddle-Petty-Robinson) (take I ) – Jim Robinson
18: A Whole Lot Of Lovin’ (Huddle-Petty-Robinson) (take 2) – Jim Robinson
19: A Wbole Lot Of Lovin’ (Huddle-Petty-Robinson) (take 3) – Jim Robinson
20: A Whole Lot Of Lovin’+ (Huddle-Petty-Robinson) (take 3) – Jim Robinson
21: It’s A Wonderful Feeling* (Huddle-Petty-Robinson) – Jim Robinson
28 April, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Jim Robinson: vocal; Buddy Holly: guitar; Jerry Allison: cardboard-box percussion, drums on *; Vi Petty: piano on *; (Poss.) Joe B. Mauldin: bass; The Bowman Brothers: backing vocals on *, plus The Roses (Robert Linville, Ray Rush, David Bigham) backing vocals on + (dubbing date unknown)
22 Starlight (Huddle-Petty-Robinson) – Jack Huddle
23: Believe Me* (Petty-Robinson) – Jack Huddle
28 April, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Jack Huddle: vocal; Buddy Holly: lead guitar; Jerry Allison: drums; (Poss.) Joe B. Mauldin: bass; The Bowman Brothers: backing vocal on *; Vi Petty: piano on *
24: By The Mission Wall (Cline) – Fred Crawford
April-June, 1957 (or 14 July, 1957): Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, NM
Fred Crawford: vocal; Buddy Holly: guitar; 3erry Allison: drums; (Poss.) Joe B. Mauldin- bass; (Poss.) Norman Petty: organ; (Poss.) The Bowman Brothers: backing vocals
25: A Man From Texas (Russell-Petty-Dougherty)- Jim Robinson
24 June, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Jim Robinson: vocal; Buddy Holly: guitar; (Poss.) George Atwood: bass; Unknown: drums; Vi Petty: piano; The Picks: backing vocals (overdubbed mid-August, 1957)
26: Broken Promises (Davis) – Sherry Davis
27: Humble Heart* (Davis) – Sherry Davis
prob. 12 July, 1957: Norman Petty Studios -1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Sherry Davis: vocal; Buddy Holly: lead guitar; Jack Vaughn: rhythm guitar; Jerry Allison: drums; Unknown: bass; The Picks: backing vocals; Gene Medley: backing vocals on *
28: Look To The Future* (Petty-Sullivan) – Gary Dale
29: Houey Honey (Tollett) – Gary Dale
14 July, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Gary Dale Tollett: vocal, guitar on *; Buddy Holly: guitar; 3erry Allison: drums; (Poss.) Joe B. Mauldin: bass; Ramona Tollett: backing vocal; The Picks: backing vocals (overdubbed mid-Aug.1957)
30: Sugartime (Phillips-Echols) (version 1) – Charlie Phillips
31: Sugartime (Phillips-Echols) (version 2) – Charlie Phillips
32: One Faded Rose* (Echols-Baggett-Phillips) (version 1) – Charlie Phillips
33: One Faded Rose* (Echols-Baggett-Phillips) (version 2) – Charlie Phillips
July 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Charlie Phillips: vocal; Buddy Holly: lead guitar, harmony vocal on *; Jack Vaughn: acoustic guitar; Jerry Allison: drums; Jimmy Blakely: steel guitar; George Atwood: bass

Discs Seven and Eight compile all circulating sessions featuring Buddy as a side musician and/or producer, plus songs Buddy wrote that he never recorded, with others finishing the compositions posthumously. Others exist, and may yet escape ( “I Sent You Roses” by Jerry Engler is due to be released later in 2005).

Some tracks, which erroneously appeared on previous compilations, have been excluded:
Buddy shared a session with Billly Walker on 12 March, 1957, but does not feature on Billy’s recordings.
“When Sin Stops” by The Nighthawks (Hamilton 50006), on the Vigotone set does not feature Buddy.
Similarly, “Oh Boy!” on the Vigotone Set is by Billy And The Glens (Jaro 77006), not Sonny West.
The contemptible “Ni**er Hatin’ Me” was recorded in the late 60s(!) by Johnny Rebel (CJ. Trahan).

Volume Eight
1: Moondreams (Petty) (album version) – The Norman Petty Trio
2: Moondreams* (Petty) (single version) – The Norman Petty Trio
3: Moondreams+ (Petty) (alternate version) – The Norman Petty Trio
20-22 July, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Buddy Holly: acoustic guitar; Norman Petty: organ; Vi Petty: piano; Mike Mitchell: percussion; Unknown: bass; The Picks: overdubbed vocals on *; The Roses: overdubbed vocals on +
(1 and 2 are the same version, but 3 is a different recording/take entirely.)
4: Don’t Do Me This Way (Tucker) – Rick Tucker
5: Patty Baby (Baker-Tucker) – Rick Tucker
25 August, 1957: Norman Petty Studios -1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Rick Tucker: vocal, poss. guitar; Buddy Holly: lead guitar or (Poss.) Roy Orbison: lead guitar; (Poss.) Bo Clarke: drums; (Poss.) Don Guess: bass; Bill Pickering and Bob Lapham: backing vocal
6: Don’t Do Me This Way (Tucker) Rick Tucker
12 September, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Rick Tucker: vocal; Buddy Holly: acoustic guitar or (Poss.) Rick Tucker: acoustic guitar; Vi Petty: piano; (Poss.) Bo Clarke: drums; (Poss.) Don Guess: bass; The Picks: backing vocals
7: Real Wild Child (O’Keefe-Greenan-Owens) (take 1)- Ivan
8: Real Wild Child* (O’Keefe-Greenan-Owens) (take 2) – Ivan
9: Oh, You Beautiful Doll (Brown-Ayer) (take 1) – Ivan
10: Oh, You Beautiful Doll (Brown-Ayer) (take 2) – Ivan
11: Oh, You Beautiful Doll+ (Brown-Ayer) (take 2) – Ivan
19 February, 1958: Norman Petty Studios – i313 West 7th Street, Clovis New Mexico
Jerry “Ivan” Allison: vocal, overdubbed drumsticks on +; Buddy Holly: guitar, overdubbed lead guitar, backing vocal on *, Joe B. Mauldin: bass, backing vocal on *; Bo Clarke: drums, backing vocal on *; Norman Petty: overdubbed water-filled wine glasses on +
12: Scarlet Ribbons (.Siegal-Danzig) – Carolyn Hester
13: Wreck Of The Old ’97* (traditional) – Carolyn Hester
1958: Norman Petty Studio – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Carolyn Hester: vocal; Buddy Holly: guitar; George Atwood: bass (*); Jerry Allison: percussion (*)
14: What A’ You Gonna Do (Engler) – Jerry Engler
7 September, 1958: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Jerry Engler: vocal; Buddy Holly: guitar, bells; George Atwood: bass; Bo Clarke: drums
15: When Sin Stops (Venable) (take I – instrumental) – Waylon Jennings
16: When Sin Stops (Venable) (take 2 – instrumental) – Waylon Jennings
17: When Sin Stops (Venable) (take 3 – instrumental) – Waylon Jennings
18: When Sin Stops (Venable) (take 4 – vocal) – Waylon Jennings
19: When Sin Stops (Venable) (take 5 – vocal) – Waylon Jennings
20: When Sin Stops (Venable) (take 6 – vocal) – Waylon Jennings
21: When Sin Stops+ (Venable) (take 2) – Waylon Jennings
22: Jole Blon (Choates-York) – Waylon Jennings
10 September, 1958: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
Waylon Jennings: vocal; Buddy Holly: guitar; George Atwood: bass; Bo Clarke: drums; Curtis “King Curtis” Ousley: tenor saxophone; The Roses backing vocals overdubbed on +
23: Stay Close To Me (Holly) (false start) – Lou Giordano
24: Stay Close To Me (Holly) (take 4) – Lou Giordano
25: Don’t Cha Know* (Everly) – Lou Giordano
30 September, 1958: Beltone Recording Studio, New York City, New York
Lou Giordano: vocal; Buddy Holly: guitar; Phil Everly: guitar; Unknown: bass guitar; Unknown: drums; Buddy Holly, Joey Villa, Phil Everly: falsetto vocals on *
26: More And More (Jennings) – Waylon Jennings
27: When You Are Lonely (Jennings) – Waylon Jennings
27 December, 1958: Radio KLLL. – Lubbock, Texas
Waylon Jennings: vocal; Buddy Holly: guitar
28: My Best Friend (My Baby’s Coming Home) (Holly-Turner-Nilsson)
29: My Baby’s Coming Home (Holly-Turner-Nilsson)
May, 1962: American Studios, Hollywood, California
Harry Nilsson: vocal; Scotty Turner: guitar, production
29: plus overdubs: 1994 Nashville Tennessee – Michael Blaustone: drums; Steve Bryant: guitar; James A. Wilson: bass; Troy Lancaster: guitar; Scotty Turner: guitar; Woody Wright: guitar
30: I Know I’ll Have The Blues Again (Holly-Mackey) – Whitesidewalls
c. 1980: Cookhouse Recording Studios – 2541 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Pat Brown: guitar, drums, vocal; Karl Ausland: guitar, vocal; Dan Melford: bass, vocal; Jeff Schmahl, guitar, keyboards, vocal; Dave Swanson: sax, vocal; Dale Menten: piano
31: Monetta (Holly-Curtis) – Sonny Curtis
September, 1990: BBC Radio Merseyside, Liverpool, England
Sonny Curtis: guitar, vocal
32: A Whole Lot Of Lovin’ (Huddle-Petty-Robinson) – Jim Robinson
33: Moondreams (Petty) – The Norman Petty Trio
34: Moondreams (Petty) – The Norman Petty Trio
35: Oh, You Beautiful Doll (Brown-Ayer) – Ivan
36: When Sin Stops (Venable) (take 2) – Waylon Jennings
True stereo versions – For The First Time Anywhere!! Created by Purple Chick

Volume Nine
1: The Paul Cohen Phone Call
28 February, 1957: Jerry Allison’s Home, 2215 6th Street, Lubbock, Texas
2: Bill Randle WERE promo
3: Bill Randle WERE promo
30 June, 1957: Norman Petty Studios – 1313 West 7th Street, Clovis, New Mexico
4: Don Passerby promo
5: Don Passerby promo
6: Don Passerby promo
7: Don Passerby promo
15 September, 1957: recorded at The Forum, Montreal, Canada for 1230 Cornwall Radio
8: Red Robinson promo
9: Red Robinson interview
23 October, 1957: recorded Georgia Auditorium, Vancouver, Canada for the for the “Teen Canteen” show
10: Freeman Hover interview
11: Freeman Hover promo
2 November, 1957: recorded at the Albany Hotel, Denver, Colorado for KCSR radio, Chadron, Nebraska
12: Dale Lowery interview
5 November, 1957: recorded at Municipal Auditorium, Topeka, Kansas for KTOP radio
13: Pat Barton interview
31 January, 1958: recorded Newcastle Stadium, Newcastle, Australia for Radio 2KO, Newcastle, AUS
14: Bob Chesney interview
15: Bob Chesney/WTRL promo
24 February, 1958: “Big Gold Record Stars Show”, Dade County Auditorium, Miami, Florlda
16: KSYD Wichita Falls promo
17: Dick Arlen WACK promo
unknown dates: unknown locations
18: Alan Freed interview
23 September, 1958 (broadcast 2 October, 1958) WNEW TV Studio, New York City, New York
19: Ronnie King interview
17 October, 1958: recorded at the Catholic Youth Center, Scranton, Pennsylvania for “Teen Time”, WGH, 739 Boush, Norfolk, Virginia
20: Dick Clark interview
28 October, 1958: American Bandstand, WFIL Studios 46th & Market Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
21: Big Bopper Winter Dance Party promo
22: Ritchie Valens Winter Dance Party promo
23: Buddy Holly Winter Dance Party promo
1958/1959: unknown locations
24: Newscast about the plane crash
25: WNOE Newscast about the plane crash
26: Newscast about the plane crash
27: A Message To The Dutch Buddy Holly Fan Club From Ella And Lawrence Holley
28: Norman Petty Defends Himself
unknown dates: unknown locations
29: Raining In My Heart (alternate stereo mix from 1959)
30: True Love Ways (alternate stereo mix from 1967)
31: It Doesn’t Matter Anymore (alternate stereo mix from 1967)
32: What To Do (alternate stereo mix from 1967)
33: Learning The Game (alternate stereo mix from 1967)
34: Not Fade Away (‘complete’ alternate take with no backing vocals – outfake by Purple Chick)
35: Peggy Sue Got Married (Jack Hansen’s overdubs in stereo for the first time – by Purple Chick)
36: Crying Waiting Hoping (Jack Hansen’s overdubs in stereo for the first time – by Purple Chick)
Various odds and ends that there wasn’t room for on the other discs.
37: Wait Til The Sun Shines Nellie (Sterling-Von Tilzer) – Bing Crosby
38: Slippin’ and Slidin (Penniman-Bocage-Collins-Smith) – Little Richard
39: Dearest (McDaniel-Polk-Baker) – Mickey and Sylvia
40: Love Is Strange (Smith-Baker) – Mickey and Sylvia
41: Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Leiber-Stoller) – The Robins
42: Leave My Woman Alone (Charles) – Ray Charles
(supposedly Buddy’s Guitar from the Aparment Demos is based upon this)

Continued from Disc 10 – “Buddy’s Record Collection”

Volume Ten
1: My Two Timin’ Woman (Snow) – Hank Snow
2:1’11 Just Pretend (Martin) – Flatt and Scruggs and the Stanley Brothers
3: Take These Shackles From My Heart (King-Stewarl) – Pee Wee King
4: Footprints In The Snow (Jones) – Bill Monroe and his Bluegrass Boys
5: Baby, Let’s Play House ((,Gunter) – Elvis Presley, Scotty and Bill
6: Blue Days, Black Nights (Hall) – Ben Hall, Weldon Myrick, Dena Hall
7: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (Kesler-Feathers) – Elvis Presley, Scotty and Bill
(the sole acetate of Buddy’s version was scratched at Buddy’s request to prevent its airplay competing with his first Decca single )
8: Ting A Ling (Nugetre) – The Clovers
9: Gone (Rogers) – Ferlin Husky
10: Have You Ever Been Lonely (De Rose-Brown) – Ernest Tubb
11: Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Berry) – Chuck Berry
12: Good Rockin’ Tonight (Brown) – Elvis Presley
13: Rip It Up (Marascalco-Blackwell) – Little Richard
14: Blue Monday (Bartholomew-Domino) – Fats Domino
15: Honky Tonk (Part 1) (Doggett-Shepard-Butler-Scott) – Bill Doggett
16: Blue Suede Shoes (Perkins) – Elvis Presley
17: Shake Rattle and Roll (Calhoun) – Elvis Presley
18: Bo Diddley (McDaniel) – Bo Diddley
19: Ain’t Got No Home (Henry) – Clarence “Frogman” Henry
20: Ready Teddy (Blackwell-Marascalco) – Little Richard
21: Valley Of Tears (Domino-Bartholomew) – Fats Domino
22: All Of My Love (Oh Boy) (West-Tilghman) – Sonny West
23: Send Me Some Lovin’ (Marascalco-Price) – Little Richard
24: It’s Too Late (Willis) – Chuck Willis
25: An Empty Cup (Petty-Orbison) – Roy Orbison and the Teen Kings
26: (You’re So Square) Baby I Don’t Care (Leiber-Stoller) – Elvis Presley
27: Mona (McDaniel) – Bo Diddley
28: Rave On (West-Tilghman-Petty) – Sonny West
29: That’s My Desire (Kresa-l.oveday) – Frankie Laine
30: Drown In My Own Tears ((Charles) – Ray Charles
31: Hallelujah! I Love Her So (Glover) – Ray Charles
32: Early In The Morning (Darin-Harris) – Bobby Darin
33: Now We’re One (Darin) – Bobby Darin
The original versions of some of the songs Buddy covered elsewhere in this set. Some very familiar, others hardly ever heard.
The records Buddy took on tour (see tray picture) will make a great CD some day.
Jesus Never Fails Me /1’ll Be Alright – Angelic Gospel Singers
Padre / All at Once – Toni Arden
With You / My Screamin’ Screamin’ Mimi! – Ray Campi with Johnny Maddox, Henry Hill, and the Debs
Look Forward / Bad Girl – Valerie Carr with Hugo Peretti and His Orchestra
Should I Ever Love Again? / Till the Well Runs Dry – Wynona Ca
Stay as You Are / That’s My Desire – The Channels
Mary Ann / Drown in My Tears – Ray Charles
What Would I Do Without You / Hallelujah I Love Her So – Ray Charles
Swanee River Rock / I Want a Littie Girl – Ray Charles
You Be My Baby / My Bonnie – Ray Charles
I Want to Know / Ain’t That Love – Ray Charles
Come Back / I’ve Got a Woman – Ray Charles
Bend a Little My Way / Non Dimenticar – Nat King Cole
Everybody Loves a Lover / Instant Love – Doris Day with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra
A Very Precious Love / Teacher’s Pet – Doris Day with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra

Heart Full of Love / The Sound of Music – Doris Day with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra
(My Baby Don’t Love Me) No More / Theresa (The Little Flower) – De John Sisters
Hey! Bo Diddley / Mona – Bo Diddley
Before You Accuse Me (Take a Look at Yourself)/Say (Boss Man) – Bo Diddley
Bird Dog / Devoted to You – The Everly Brothers
Problems / Love of My Life – The Everly Brothers
Nothin’ Shakin’ / Don’t Ya Know – Eddie Fontaine
All Night Long / You Got Me Whistling – Johnny Fuller and Band
Honolulu Lu / La Plume de Ma Tante – Hugo and Luigi
Have You Any Rivers / For My Good Fortune – Mahalia Jackson
I Traded Her Love /1’11 Be with You – Roland Johnson
No One Home / Mary Smith – The Jones Boys
Come Live with Me / Be True to Me – Kitty Kallen
Party Doll / I’m Stickin’ with You – Buddy Knox with the Orchids /Jim Bowen with the Orchids
You Don’t Know / Fever – Peggy Lee
Good Golly, Miss Molly / Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey! – Little Richard
Thunder Bird / My Babe – Little Walter and His Jukes
I Got to Go / Roller Coaster – Little Walter and His Jukes
I Can’t Stand It Any Longer / Number One in Your Heart – Skeets McDonald
Banana Split / Sugartime – The McGuire Sislers
Love Song from ‘Houseboat’ (Almost in Your Arms) / Almost in Your Arms (Love Song from ‘Houseboat’) – Mantovani
Work with Me Annie / Until I Die – The Midnighters
Don’t Say Your Last Goodbye / Sexy Ways – The Midnighters
Annie Had a Baby / She’s the One – The Midnighters
Honey, Don’t Let Me Go / You’ve Got Me Dizzy – Jimmy Reed
You Got Me Crying / Go on to School – Jimmy Reed
Now That It’s Over / I Feel Good – Shirley and Lee
You Gambled / No Time – The Slades
La Bamba / Donna – Ritchie Valells
Dizzy, Miss Lizzy / Slow Down – Larry Williams
Thunder and Lightning / My Life – Chuck Willis
Take Care / Autumn Leaves – Roger Williams
Cast Iron Arm / You’ve Got Love – Peanuts Wilson

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Gladys Knight

In The Beginning – Gladys Knight & The Pips

Front

01  Letter Full Of Tears
02  Either Way I Lose
03  If Ever I Should Fall In Love
04  Daybreak
05  Maybe, Maybe Baby
06  Every Beat Of My Heart
07  Giving Up
08  Stop And Get A Hold Of Myself
09  Lovers Always Forgive
10  Tell Her You’re Mine
11  Operator
12  (There Will Never Be) Another Love
13  The Devil In Me
14  Why Don’t You Love Me
15  Who Knows (I Just Can’t Trust You)
16  Go Away, Stay Away

Tommy Roe

Greatest Hits – Tommy Roe

front cover

01  Sheila
02  The Folk Singer
03  Everybody
04  Come On
05  Party Girl
06  Everytime A Bluebird Cries
07  Sweet Pea
08  Hooray For Hazel
09  It’s Now Winter’s Day
10  Dottie I Like It
11  Dizzy
12  Heather Honey
13  Jack And Jill
14  Jam Up And Jelly Tight
15  Stir It Up And Serve It
16  Pearl
17  We Can Make Music
18  Stagger Lee

Helen Shapiro

Tops With Me & Hits Out – Helen Shapiro

front

01  Little Devil
02  Will You Love Me Tomorrow
03  Because They’re Young
04  The Day The Rains Came
05  Are You Lonesome Tonight
06  A Teenager In Love
07  Lipstick On Your Collar
08  Beyond The Sea
09  Sweet Nothin’s
10  You Mean Everything To Me
11  I Love You
12  You Got What It Takes
13  My Guy
14  All Alone Am I
15  He’s A Rebel
16  Move Over Darling
17  Keep Your Hands Off My Baby
18  Remember Me
19  Shop Around
20  Walk On By
21  The End Of The World
22  It Might As Well Rain Until September
23  Baby It’s You
24  Please Mr  Postman
25  It’s In His Kiss
26  Stay