Buddy Holly’s ‘Buddy’ feat. ‘Peggy Sue’

Buddy Holly’s ‘Buddy’ feat. ‘Peggy Sue’ is his second album recorded on April 8, 1957 and January 26, 1958 and released on February 20, 1958 by Brunswick.

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Track Listing : 1.I’M Gonna Love You Too (Joe B. Mauldin, Niki Sullivan, Norman Petty) – 02:14 . 2.Peggy Sue (Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison, Norman Petty) – 02:30 . 3.Look At Me (Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison, Norman Petty) – 02:07 . 4.Listen To Me (Buddy Holly, Norman Petty) – 02:22 . 5.Valley Of Tears (Fats Domino, Dave Bartholomew) – 02:09 . 6.Ready Teddy (Robert Blackwell, John Marascalco) – 01:32 . 7.Everyday (Buddy Holly, Norman Petty) – 02:09 . 8.Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues (Ruth Roberts, Bill Katz, Stanley Clayton) – 02:12 . 9.Words Of Love (Buddy Holly) – 01:56 . 10.(You’Re So Square) Baby I Don’T Care (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller) – 01:37 . 11.Rave On! (Sonny West, Bill Tilghman, Norman Petty) – 01:50 . 12.Little Baby (Buddy Holly, Norman Petty, C. W. Kendall Jr.) – 01:57

Musicians : Buddy Holly – Guitar, Vocals . Joe B. Mauldin – Bass . Jerry Allison – Drums . Norman Petty – Organ On (3), Piano On (11) . Vi Petty – Piano On (3 – 5 – 6 – 8) Celeste On (7) . C. W. Kendall Jr. – Piano On (3 – 10 – 12) . Niki Sullivan – Rhythm Guitar On (6) . Al Caiola – Guitar On (11) . Donald Arnone – Guitar On (11) . William Marihe – Backing Vocals On (11) . Robert Bollinger – Backing Vocals On (11) . Robert Harter – Backing Vocals On (11) . Merrill Ostrus – Backing Vocals On (11) . Abby Hoffer – Backing Vocals On (11)

Production : Produced By Norman Petty, Bob Thiele . Ray Hall – Engineer

Package : Stanley Dance – Liner Notes . Arnold Meyers – Photography

Recorded On April 8, 1957 – January 26, 1958 At Norman Petty Studios In Clovis, New Mexico.

Released On February 20, 1958 By Brunswick.

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