This ten-inch vinyl album collects all the known and still extant TV appearances by Buddy Holly and The Crickets, together with other rarities, on record for the first time anywhere. Included are The Crickets live appearance on BBC-TV's Off The Record in March 1958, their four US TV spots from the US Ed Sullivan shows and the Arthur Murray Dance Party, together with their interviews and lip-synch recordings from the Alan Freed and Dick Clark TV shows. Buddy's duet with Jerry Lee Lewis from a US radio show is also released here for the first time.
Remastered by Chris Hopkins and John Beecher from original or improved sources, most of these historic recordings sound better than ever before. Packaging is the usual high standard you would expect from Rollercoaster. A CD release of this and other rare material will follow but for now this 10” LP album will make a fine addition to your collection.
That'll Be The Day (from the Ed Sullivan Show, 1957)
Peggy Sue (from the Ed Sullivan Show, 1957)
Oh Boy (from the Ed Sullivan Show, 1958)
Maybe Baby (from Off The Record, 1958)
Peggy Sue (from the Arthur Murray Dance Party, 1958)
Everyday (jingle from KLLL, Lubbock)
Peggy Sue (jingle from KLLL, Lubbock)
Drown In My Own Tears(part) Hallelujah I Love Her So (fragment) - with Jerry Lee Lewis, 1958
That'll Be The Day (from Sunday Night At The London Palladium, 1958)
Peggy Sue (from Sunday Night At The London Palladium, 1958)
Oh Boy (from Sunday Night At The London Palladium, 1958)
It So Easy and Interview (with Alan Freed, WNEW-TV, 1958)
Heartbeat; Its So Easy and Interview (with Dick Clark, WFIL-TV, 1958)