The Buddy Holly Story is the first posthumously released compilation album by Buddy Holly and the Crickets. The album was released on February 28, 1959 by the Coral Records less than a month after Holly's death. The album featured previously released singles by Buddy Holly on both the Brunswick label (with the Crickets) and the Coral label (as a solo artist). The album became a top twenty hit in the United States and England. The album was certified Gold in the .
20 Golden Greats (also known as Buddy Holly Lives) is a greatest hits album by American Buddy Holly & the Crickets first released in the United Kingdom by EMI on February 17, 1978. The songs on the UK release were licensed to EMI by MCA Records, who released the album in North America. The album is now out of print.
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Think it over, what you've just said Think it over in your pretty little head Are you sure think I'm not the one, Is your love real or o. Think it over and let me know Think it over, but don't be slow Just remember all birds and bees Go by two thro' life's mysteries. Think it over Yes, think it over A lonely heart grows cold and old. Think it over, an think of me Think it over and you will see Happy days when you and I Think as one and kiss the blues goodbye. Think it over, over and over Think it over, over and over. Submit lyrics correction →. Like.
Album: Gold, The Very Best Of Buddy Holly & The Crickets, The Chriping Crickets, British Singles Chart - Week Ending 25 July 1958, Buddy Holly, Memorial Collection, 20 Golden Greats: Buddy Holly Lives, The Collection, Not Fade Away: The Complete Studio Recordings And More. The Crickets - That'll Be The Day Rock 'n' Roll Jukebox Favourites Vol 1, 2010 02:18. Bobby Vee, The Crickets - Lucille Bobby Vee Meets the Crickets, 1962 02:37. Artist: The Crickets.
The story of the first album by The Crickets, crowned by four of their best-loved songs: That’ll Be the Day, Not Fade Away, Maybe Baby and Oh, Boy! . Within a year of its release, after just one more Crickets single, Think It Over, Sullivan left and Holly, though still recording with Allison and Mauldin, was starting to be seen as a solo artist. The Crickets nevertheless left behind not just a classic but also rock’s first group debut; the twelve-track, twelve-inch vinyl blueprint of the archetypal and-drum formula that has kept the genre alive for 60 years since its release, and counting.