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For the First Time Anywhere

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Download links and information about For the First Time Anywhere by Buddy Holly. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Rockabilly, Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 20:50 minutes.

Artist: Buddy Holly
Release date: 1983
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Rockabilly, Pop
Tracks: 10
Duration: 20:50
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Rock-A-Bye Rock (1983 Overdubbed Version) 2:22
2. Maybe Baby (Original Take) (featuring Crickets) 1:55
3. Because I Love You (1983 Overdubbed Version) 2:38
4. I'm Gonna Set My Foot Down (1983 Overdubbed Version) 2:16
5. Changing All Those Changes (1983 Overdubbed Version) 1:39
6. That's My Desire (Undubbed Version) 2:23
7. Baby Won't You Come Out Tonight (1983 Overdubbed Version) 1:55
8. It's Not My Fault (Edit) 1:19
9. Brown Eyed Handsome Man (1983 Overdubbed Version) 2:02
10. Bo Diddley (1983 Overdubbed Version) 2:21

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When this album was originally released in 1983, it was a major revelation in collector's circles. Here were the original, undubbed versions of eight songs that had appeared on posthumous Holly albums like Reminiscing, Showcase, and others with overdubbed backing provided by the Fireballs and producer Norman Petty, along with two rarities to pad things out. And hearing the stripped-down Holly minus the audio cover-ups and beef-ups revealed strong (and sometimes superior) efforts all by themselves without the assistance. With future Cricket Jerry Allison on drums, a set of revolving bass players, and Sonny Curtis handling lead guitar chores on three tracks, Holly blasts through some bona fide Texas rockabilly here. Four of the eight tracks come from Buddy's pen, and these early efforts ("Rock-a-Bye Rock," "Because I Love You," "Changing All Those Changes," and "I'm Gonna Set My Foot Down") are sign pointers toward his later, more commercial style; in this case listeners get stripped-down, elemental pop tunes disguised as rockabilly ravers and country ballads. The collection is bookended with two more tracks, the original studio swipe of "Maybe Baby" and "That's My Desire," a ballad from the 1958 New York session that produced "Rave On." Although the overdubbing done to Holly's music made sense from a commercial standpoint at the time, this collection only whets your appetite to hear more of the real thing.