Buddy Holly - Gotta Roll! The Early Recordings 1949-1955 (CD)

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  1. Buddy Holly Gotta Roll - The Early Recordings (CD) This article is deleted and can no longer be ordered! Please inform me as soon as the product is available again. Buddy Holly: Gotta Roll - The Early Recordings (CD) (/REV-OLA) 26 tracks with 6 page color foldout booklet.
  2. Aug 13,  · Gotta Roll! - The Early Recordings , an Album by Buddy Holly. Released 28 August on Rev-Ola (catalog no. CRREV; CD). Genres: Rockabilly, Rock & Roll.3/5(1).
  3. Buddy Holly* This album features the complete existing demos cut by Buddy Holly before he signed his first commercial recording contract in January , including the four rockabilly demos sent to Nashville in December resulting in his first contract with US Decca.
  4. In early Hall moved to Lubbock, Texas and worked as a disc jockey at KSEL. He performed on the live broadcasts of the KSEL Western Jamboree, often using local musicians in his band. At various times, Hall's band included Sonny Curtis, Buddy Holly, Weldon Myrick and Hall's wife Dena on bass.
  5. This CD contains the two earliest recordings by Buddy and Bob before their voices had broken, and to me they sound like the Carters! The gloss booklet contains some rare early photos and the text gratefully acknowledges the biography `Remembering Buddy' by John Goldrosen and John Beecher which apparently is an update of the book I read many years ago/5(10).
  6. "Gotta Roll!" is a first-time compendium of all of the existing demos cut by Buddy Holly before he signed his first commercial recording contract in January Including the four rockabilly demos sent to Nashville in December which resulted in his first contract with US Decca, the record label that spelt his name wrong on the contract, unintentionally immortalizing Buddy Holly, instead of his birth name .
  7. Aug 26,  · Buddy Holly: Not Fade Away/The Complete Studio Recordings And More (Hip-O Select) These tracks seem to be lifted directly from the Rev-ola "Gotta Roll" set, we can make some educated guesses. For example, his first recordings and most of the 'buddy for others' material were officially released so these would just be needledrops.
  8. In , The Complete Buddy Holly gathered up all known Buddy Holly recordings in a six-LP box set, setting the standard for archival rock & roll reissues in the pre-CD era. Perhaps if this box never existed, the wait for a CD incarnation of Holly’s complete recordings wouldn’t have seemed quite so long, but chances are it would: as the CD revolution waned in the early days of the new.

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