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Gold: Buddy Holly

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Download links and information about Gold: Buddy Holly by Buddy Holly. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Rockabilly, Pop genres. It contains 50 tracks with total duration of 01:45:01 minutes.

Artist: Buddy Holly
Release date: 2005
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Rockabilly, Pop
Tracks: 50
Duration: 01:45:01
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Down the Line 2:02
2. Soft Place In My Heart 2:13
3. Holly Hop 1:41
4. Blue Days, Black Nights (Single Version) 2:03
5. Love Me (Single Version) 2:06
6. Midnight Shift 2:11
7. Baby Won't You Come Out Tonight (1983 Overdubbed Version) 1:55
8. Changing All Those Changes (1983 Overdubbed Version) 1:39
9. I'm Gonna Set My Foot Down (1983 Overdubbed Version) 2:16
10. Rock Around With Ollie Vee (Alternate Version) 2:11
11. Girl On My Mind 2:16
12. Ting-A-Ling 2:40
13. Modern Don Juan (Single Version) 2:41
14. Brown Eyed Handsome Man (1983 Overdubbed Version) 2:03
15. That'll Be the Day (Single Version) (featuring Crickets) 2:15
16. I'm Lookin' for Someone to Love (Single Version) (featuring Crickets) 1:56
17. Words of Love (Single Version) 1:54
18. Not Fade Away (Single Version) (featuring Crickets) 2:21
19. Everyday (Single Version) 2:07
20. Tell Me How (featuring Crickets) 1:59
21. Ready Teddy 1:31
22. Listen to Me (Single Version) 2:20
23. Oh, Boy! (Single Version) (featuring Crickets) 2:07
24. It's Too Late (featuring Crickets) 2:22
25. Peggy Sue (Single Version) 2:28
26. I'm Gonna Love You Too (Single Version) 2:12
27. Look At Me 2:06
28. Little Baby 1:55
29. You've Got Love (featuring Crickets) 2:07
30. Maybe Baby (featuring Crickets) 2:02
31. Rock Me My Baby (featuring Crickets) 1:49
32. (You're So Square) Baby, I Don't Care 1:35
33. Rave On! 1:48
34. Fool's Paradise (Single Version) (featuring Crickets) 2:29
35. Take Your Time (Single Version) 1:56
36. Well… All Right (Single Version) 2:13
37. Think It Over (Single Version) (featuring Crickets) 1:46
38. Early In the Morning (Single Version) 2:05
39. Heartbeat (Single Version) 2:08
40. It's So Easy (Single Version) (featuring Crickets) 2:09
41. Wishing (Single Version) 2:02
42. Love's Made a Fool of You (featuring Crickets) 1:59
43. Reminiscing (Single Version) 1:58
44. True Love Ways 2:48
45. It Doesn't Matter Anymore (Single Version) [Stereo] 2:03
46. Raining In My Heart (Single Version) [Stereo] 2:48
47. Peggy Sue Got Married (Overdubbed Version) 1:49
48. Crying, Waiting, Hoping (Overdubbed Version) 2:03
49. Learning the Game (Overdubbed Version) 2:00
50. What to Do (Overdubbed Version) 1:54

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Geffen/Decca/Chronicles' 2005 release Gold is a retitled reissue of the 1993 double-disc set The Buddy Holly Collection, bearing different artwork but the same liner notes. Given the reluctance of MCA to release a CD version of the complete Buddy Holly recordings (due to either legal issues or a skepticism of its commercial worth), this set — whether in its Gold incarnation or as The Buddy Holly Collection — stands as the most comprehensive and greatest CD-era retrospective of the legendary rock & roller. Though it contains all the big hits, this is not the place to turn if you're only looking for "That'll Be the Day," "Not Fade Away," "Everyday," "Oh Boy!," "Peggy Sue," "Maybe Baby," "Rave On," "Well All Right," and "It Doesn't Matter Anymore" — they're all here, but they don't start unrolling until track 15 on the first disc. No, this collection is for listeners who know the hits but need more; namely, they need proof that Holly was one of the greatest, most inventive artists in the first wave of rock & roll, which this collection certainly illustrates, through its selection of lesser-known sides that showcase both his wild-man rockabilly ways and his sensitive songwriting. If the set takes a little while to get going — it kicks off with the dynamite "Down the Line," but then the collection, and Holly, take a little while to find a groove — there are also no bum tracks here, and taken as a whole, Buddy's gifts as a songwriter and a rocker are staggering. Until the complete box is finally issued on CD, this will have to stand as the most comprehensive Holly collection on CD, and as such, it's absolutely necessary for anybody who loves American music of the 20th century.