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  1. Feb 10,  · Verified Purchase It has been over 50 years since "the day the music died"-which is how Don McLean described the death of Buddy, Richie valens, and the Big Bopper in that fateful plane crash over Clear Lake Iowa. This is a remastered collection of some of his best work along with some obscurities to make this collection even more interesting/5(65).
  2. Back to album From the Original Master Tapes by Buddy Holly. Preview: 30 sec only Quality: That'll Be The Day. Oh, Boy! Not Fade Away. Tell Me How. Maybe Baby. Everyday. Rock Around With Ollie Vee.
  3. Mar 03,  · Singer Don McLean memorialized Holly, Valens and Richardson in the No. 1 hit “American Pie,” which refers to February 3, as “the day the music died.
  4. Various Artists - Listen To Me: Buddy Holly - tranuruspachamvimastimijobtipor.coinfo Music Skip to main content Maybe Baby (Album Version) by Pat Monahan. Maybe Baby (Album Version) by Pat Monahan. Listen Now $ 3. "The day the music died". Der Tag, als die Musik starb/5(72).
  5. Original song. Holly and the Crickets recorded the song in Clovis, New Mexico, on May 27, , the same day the song "Everyday" was recorded. The rhythmic pattern of "Not Fade Away" is a variant of the legendary Bo Diddley beat, with the second stress occurring on the second rather than third beat of the first measure, which was an update of the "hambone" rhythm, or patted juba from West Africa.
  6. Not Fade Away (Remembering Buddy Holly) is a tribute album to Buddy Holly. It was released in February by MCA Records. The album peaked at number 19 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and number on the all-genre Billboard
  7. This is a cheaply made CD set and Box that they come in. If you are not a huge fan of 50's rock and roll this set is not worth buying. It is made in a foreign country which is very interesting because the three entertainers on the CD's were Americans from the United States and to my knowledge never performed personally overseas.4/5(12).
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Day The Music Died on Discogs. Label: Golden Stars - GSS • Format: 3x, CD Album, Compilation • Country: Europe • 5/5(1).

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