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Well... All Right - Buddy Holly - Heartbeat (Vinyl, LP)

8 Thoughts to “ Well... All Right - Buddy Holly - Heartbeat (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Fegis
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Well All Right / Heartbeat on Discogs. Label: Coral - • Format: Vinyl 10 Buddy Holly - Well All Right / Heartbeat (Vinyl) | Discogs.
  2. Fenrikinos
    The Buddy Holly Story "It's So Easy" "Lonesome Tears" (from Holly in the Hills) The Crickets Brunswick — — — "Real Wild Child" "Oh, You Beautiful Doll" Ivan (pseudonym for Jerry Allison) Coral 85 — — Non-LP tracks "Heartbeat" "Well All Right" (from The Buddy Holly Story Volume II) Buddy Holly 82 4 30 The Buddy Holly Story: "It.
  3. Gardarr
    All Right " (appearing as B-side of Holly's single " Heartbeat ") and it was covered earlier by Blind Faith on their self-titled and only studio album Blind Faith. " Stormy " is a cover of the Classics IV 's top hit (Hot No. 5) and included on their album Mamas and Papas/Soul Train, and album Stormy.
  4. Fedal
    Buddy Holly was an American musician and singer-songwriter whose career spanned from to This list includes songs that he recorded as a group leader or a solo artist that have been officially released in various formats.
  5. Metilar
    BUDDY HOLLY Rock On With Buddy MFP UK LP Vinyl VG++ Cover Shrink. $ BUDDY HOLLY A Rock & Roll Collection MCA Dbl LP Vinyl VG+ near ++ $ Buddy Holly - That'll Be The Day + 2 Bonus Tracks [New Vinyl LP] Bonus. $ Was: Previous Price $
  6. Kagabar
    Heartbeat, Why do you miss when my baby kisses me, Heartbeat, Why does a love kiss stay in my memory, Piddly pat, I know that new love thrills me, I know that true love will be, Heartbeat, Why do you miss when my baby kisses me, Heartbeat, Why do you skip when my babies lips meet mine, Heartbeat, Why do you flip and give me a skip each sign.
  7. Dacage
    " Heartbeat " is a rockabilly song credited to Bob Montgomery and Norman Petty and originally recorded by Buddy Holly in The B-side of the single was "Well All Right" (Buddy Holly, Norman Petty, Jerry Allison, Joe Mauldin).
  8. Dilmaran
    This album sounds almost middle of the road now. I still do like this album, as I think Carlos Santana is a brilliant yctsunespragotovunraporrachanno.coinfo stand out tracks for me are "Stormy" and a terrific version of Buddy Holly's "Well All Right". I'm not trying to be negative, this is still a great album to listen to, and one which I /5().

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