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Buddy Holly Ukulele Songbook By Jez Quayle
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This songbook contains 30 classic songs recorded by Buddy Holly, including: 'Peggy Sue', 'That’ll Be The Day', 'Maybe Baby', ‘Everyday’, ‘What To Do’, 'Think It Over',... More > ‘Well… All Right’, 'True Love Ways' and 'Rave On'. Each song has been arranged for the ukulele, and is presented over a double-page spread with chords above the lyrics. All profits from sales are donated to Save the Children.< Less
Buddy Holly Songbook By Jez Quayle
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This songbook contains 30 classic songs recorded by Buddy Holly and the Crickets, including: 'Peggy Sue', 'That’ll Be The Day', 'Maybe Baby', ‘Everyday’, ‘What To Do’,... More > 'Think It Over', ‘Well… All Right’, 'True Love Ways' and 'Rave On'. The songs have been carefully transcribed from the original, Buddy Holly recordings, and are presented in their original keys, over a double-page spread with guitar chords above the lyrics. All profits from sales are donated to Save the Children.< Less
Buddy Holly Ukulele Songbook - Ebook Edition By Jez Quayle
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This songbook contains 30 classic songs recorded by Buddy Holly, including: 'Peggy Sue', 'That’ll Be The Day', 'Maybe Baby', ‘Everyday’, ‘What To Do’, 'Think It Over',... More > ‘Well… All Right’, 'True Love Ways' and 'Rave On'. Each song has been arranged for the ukulele, and is presented over a double-page spread with chords above the lyrics. All profits from sales are donated to Save the Children.< Less
The Influence of Buddy Holly; and the Day the Music Didn't Die By Steven Watts
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This is a brief research paper I wrote in an undergraduate history class in 2011 as part of a degree program in college. It details the circumstances surrounding the death of Buddy Holly, Ritchie... More > Valens, and "The Big Bopper" JP Richardson, but primarily focuses on Holly and his influence in the music business. The central argument to my paper centers on the idea that "the day the music died" was actually the day when the music was inspired. While no one can now say with certainty what the music world would be like today if Holly had lived for many years longer than he did, we can take a look at how things developed as a result of his death and examine the legacy he left behind.< Less
Holly the Super Babe By James F. Park
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Holly the super babe awoke from her good dream, sat up and looked around expecting to find everything exactly in its place where she left it but the small red hairs on the back of her neck were doing... More > back flips and they only did that when something had gone horribly haywire and that something turned out to be her Paw Patrol figurines, that she’d left on her bedside table, were no-where in sight. ‘Crikey,’ she whispered to herself, ‘I’ve been broken into and I bet anyone a brand spanking new two-pound coin that it was that wee thief from next door,’ but when she went to look outside she couldn’t find her window anywhere and that’s when she realised she wasn’t in her bedroom, she was somewhere else, but where and where were her treasured figurines?< Less
The Music of Bobby Vee By Robert Reynolds
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Bobby Vee got his break when Buddy Holly’s plane crashed, killing all aboard. Vee’s amateur combo answered a call for volunteers to carry on the ill-fated Winter Dance Party. It was a... More > serendipitous beginning to one of the most successful careers in 60s music. Vee scored a #1 hit with the classic Take Good Care of My Baby and followed it with #2 Run to Him ensuring his place in history as one of the most consistent hit makers of his generation. His star dimmed when British groups took over, but bounced back with one of his biggest hits, “Come Back When You Grow Up”. He racked up racked up 38 Top 100 hits. This looks at all of his recordings. Some of his best music came long after his name vanished from the music charts. He encountered Bob Dylan, worked with Leon Russell, achieved success with Holly’s Crickets, and met the Beatles. Misfortune kept him from songs that became top hits for others.< Less
The Clovis Chronicles: Book One By Tom DiFrancesca III
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As time unravels and the end of days is quickly nearing, mysterious unexplained events are occurring all around the world. Clovis, a small city located in eastern New Mexico, is no exception. UFO... More > sightings, a mysterious compound under construction just outside of town, and the pending yet unexpected arrival of thousands of strangers are only some of the eerie events unfolding. This first book of a series invites you to witness divine destiny being fulfilled in the lives of two childhood sweethearts. After having been separated from each other and from God for a span of almost fifty years, they are supernaturally reunited in order to lead a battle against an evil conspiracy that was birthed just prior to World War Two. Experience glimpses into the hero's and heroine's pasts, which include flying saucers, cowboys, angels, demons, and believe or not, some famous 1950's rock and roll icons. Also added into the mix, are very large portions of action, adventure, and suspense.< Less
The Music of Bobby Vee By Robert Reynolds
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Bobby Vee got his break when Buddy Holly’s plane crashed, killing all aboard. Vee’s amateur combo answered a call for volunteers to carry on the ill-fated Winter Dance Party. It was a... More > serendipitous beginning to one of the most successful careers in 60s music. Vee scored a #1 hit with the classic Take Good Care of My Baby and followed it with #2 Run to Him ensuring his place in history as one of the most consistent hit makers of his generation. His star dimmed when British groups took over, but bounced back with one of his biggest hits, “Come Back When You Grow Up”. He racked up racked up 38 Top 100 hits. This looks at all of his recordings. Some of his best music came long after his name vanished from the music charts. He encountered Bob Dylan, worked with Leon Russell, achieved success with Holly’s Crickets, and met the Beatles. Misfortune kept him from songs that became top hits for others.< Less
Rock 'n' Roll Songbook - 80 Classic Songs from the 1950s By Jez Quayle
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This songbook contains 80 classic songs (all of the 'standards', and more) from the early days of rock and roll and rockabilly. Songs made famous by recording artists such as: Elvis Presley, Buddy... More > Holly, The Everly Brothers, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Carl Perkins, Connie Francis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Fats Domino, Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent and Bill Haley. Songs include: 'Blue Suede Shoes', ‘Tutti Frutti’, 'Peggy Sue', 'Rock and Roll Ruby', 'Rock Around the Clock', 'Johnny B Goode', Be-Bop-a-Lula, 'Jailhouse Rock', 'Lipstick on Your Collar', 'Blueberry Hill', ‘Don’t Be Cruel’, and 'Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On’. Each song has been carefully chosen and arranged for guitar, and is presented over a double-page spread with chords above the lyrics. All profits from sales are donated to Save the Children.< Less
The Music of Bobby Vee By Robert Reynolds
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Bobby Vee is one of the most popular and successful pop singers of the early 60s, scoring an unbelievable 38 Top 100 records. The Music of Bobby Vee takes and in-depth look at the young man and his... More > music, carefully reviewing each album and his dozens of singles while providing a biographical portrait. Other sections include listings of songs Vee wrote and his close association with hit makers Gerry Goffin and Carole King. Among his Top Ten records are classics: Take Good Care of My Baby; Run to Him; Rubber Ball; Devil or Angel; The Night Has a Thousand Eyes and his comeback smash Come Back When You Grow Up. Grab a copy and enjoy The Music of Bobby Vee!< Less

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