Top Buddy Holly Albums
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The Remarkable Buddy Holly, Vol. 2
The Remarkable Buddy Holly, Vol. 2
[2013]
Till I Lost
Till I Lost
[2013]
Legend Series Presents: The Voice of the Century - Buddy Holly
Legend Series Presents: The Voice of the Century - Buddy Holly
[2012]
Buddy Holly… Rave On!
Buddy Holly… Rave On!
[2012]
Maybe Baby
Maybe Baby
[2012]
Buddy
Buddy
[2012]
Raving On – the Originals
Raving On – the Originals
[2011]
The Buddy Holly Story, Vol. 2
The Buddy Holly Story, Vol. 2
[2011]
Down the Line Rarities
Down the Line Rarities
[2009]
Not Fade Away: The Complete Studio Recordings and More
Not Fade Away: The Complete Studio Recordings and More
[2009]
Down the Line - Rarities
Down the Line - Rarities
[2009]
Memorial Collection
Memorial Collection
[2009]
The Definitive Collection (Single Version)
The Definitive Collection (Single Version)
[2006]
The Definitive Collection
The Definitive Collection
[2006]
Gold: Buddy Holly
Gold: Buddy Holly
[2005]
Gold
Gold
[2005]
The Great Buddy Holly
The Great Buddy Holly
[2004]
That'll Be the Day
That'll Be the Day
[1999]
Oh Boy
Oh Boy
[1994]
The Buddy Holly Collection
The Buddy Holly Collection
[1993]
Buddy Holly - From the Original Master Tapes
Buddy Holly - From the Original Master Tapes
[1985]
For the First Time Anywhere
For the First Time Anywhere
[1983]
The Complete Buddy Holly Story
The Complete Buddy Holly Story
[1973]
Giant
Giant
[1969]
Holly In The Hills
Holly In The Hills
[1965]
Showcase
Showcase
[1964]
Reminiscing
Reminiscing
[1963]
Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly
[1958]
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That's What They Say (Undubbed Version With Fragment) Blue Suede Shoes Not Fade Away True Love Ways Raining In My Heart Maybe Baby Door To My Heart Last Night Come Back Baby Look At Me I Wanna Play House With You Rock Me My Baby Send Me Some Lovin' Ain't Got No Home Lonesome Tears Now We're One (Single Version) It's Not My Fault Baby Let's Play House Gone Have You Ever Been Lonely You're The One Rock-a-Bye Rock Good Rockin' Tonight Bo Diddley Rip It Up Smokey Joe's Cafe Wait 'til The Sun Shines, Nellie La Bamba (winter Dance Party) My Two Timin' Woman You're So Square Real Wild Child Oh Boy Soft Place In My Heart Gotta Get You Near Me Blues Blue Monday I Gambled My Heart Memories I Found The Law Eath Angel Love Is Strange Wishing Fool's Paradise Reminiscing Well...all Right Take Your Time Slippin' And Slidin' Moondreams Shake, Rattle & Roll Empty Cup (and A Broken Date) Words Of Love Because I Love You You've Got Love Peggy Sue Got Married (Overdubbed Version) Changing All Those Changes (Overdubbed Version) Love's Made A Fool Of You (You're So Square) Baby, I Don't Care Ting-A-Ling Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues (Single) Modern Don Juan I'm Lookin' For Someone To Love Think It Over Brown Eyed Handsome Man (Overdubbed Version) Little Baby Blue Days, Black Nights Heartbeat It's So Easy Peggy Sue Rave On That'll Be The Day Dearest Everyday Valley Of Tears Rock Around With Ollie Vee (Alternate Version) Girl On My Mind It Doesn't Matter Anymore (Stereo) I Guess I Was Just A Fool That's My Desire (With Overdubs) Flower Of My Heart That Makes It Tough You And I Are Through Early In The Morning Baby It's Love Down The Line (Undubbed) Queen Of The Ballroom You Are My One Desire Listen To Me (Single Version) Ready Teddy I'm Gonna Set My Foot Down (Overdubbed Version) Tell Me How It's Too Late I'm Gonna Love You Too Baby, Won't You Come Out Tonight (Overdubbed Version) Love Me Midnight Shift Learning The Game (Overdubbed Version) Crying, Waiting, Hoping (Overdubbed Version) What To Do (Overdubbed Version) Don't Come Back Knockin'
Related Information for Buddy Holly
Charles Hardin Holley (born in Lubbock, Texas, USA on 7 September 1936 – 3 February 1959) was an American singer-songwriter and a pioneer of rock and roll. The change of spelling of "Holley" to "Holly" came about because of an error in a contract he was asked to sign, listing him as Buddy Holly. That spelling was then adopted for his professional career.Although his success lasted only a year and a half before his death in an airplane crash, Holly is described by critic Bruce Eder as "the single most influential creative force in early rock and roll." His works and innovations were copied by his contemporaries and later musicians, notably The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, and exerted a profound influen... read more