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9 thoughts on “ Well... All Right - Buddy Holly - Buddy Holly (CD, Album)

  1. Buddy Holly recorded under several names and with several different backing bands. The Crickets played on almost all of his singles in and Holly recorded prolifically before his untimely death in a plane crash on February 3, He released three albums in his lifetime.
  2. (written by Buddy Holly) That'll Be The Day - sung by Linda Ronstadt (written by Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison, Norman Petty) Words Of Love - sung by Jeff Lynne (written by Buddy Holly) Well All Right - sung by Lyle Lovett (written by Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison, Joe Mauldin, Norman Petty) Learning The Game - sung by Natalie Merchant.
  3. In the many years since popular music began, few individuals have made as deep a mark as the late, great Buddy Holly. The seemingly ordinary, glasses-clad kid from Lubbock, Texas burst onto the music scene in the late s with unique and original songs and styles—only to be taken from the world under utterly tragic circumstances.
  4. Behind-the-scenes feature on recording the Listen to Me CD, including interviews, studio footage and tributes to Buddy Holly, as well as a Monty Pythonesque animation featuring Eric Idle () 2 in-studio performance videos – “Think It Over” with Ringo Starr, “I’m Looking for .
  5. Given the reluctance of MCA to release a CD version of the complete Buddy Holly recordings (due to either legal issues or a skepticism of its commercial worth), this set -- whether in its Gold incarnation or as The Buddy Holly Collection-- stands as the most comprehensive and greatest CD-era retrospective of the legendary rock & roller. Though Price: $
  6. Kid Rock’s soulful vocals on “Well All Right”, backed by Motown-worthy horns and bass, reminds the listener why Buddy Holly’s music famously won over an all-black audience at the Apollo.
  7. Sep 09,  · To wit: the two just released tribute albums, Rave On Buddy Holly, issued by Concord’s Fantasy Records in June, and Listen to Me: Buddy Holly, out on .
  8. Reviewing a Buddy Holly record in is an exercise in drawing foregone conclusions. To analyze the quality of the music would be a moot point. Decades of acclaim, record sales, and widely accepted mythology have lent all of Holly's recordings a heroic status. And make no mistake-the album Buddy Holly, is a classic. But why is this the case?
  9. Well All Right (Capo on the 4th fret) Note: When I say "walk" there is a riff Buddy plays in and out of the chording and it goes F# B C# these are the notes in which you pluck between the chords. You might want to listen to the song before playing this and it will make more sense what I'm saying. okay! Here goes intro (walk F# B C#`) D C D D A D walk D C D Well all right so I'm being.

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