Four Classic Albums
The Original Albums, Now on CD
1957 - The Chirping Crickets
1958 - Buddy Holly
1959 - That'll Be The Day
1959 - The Buddy Holly Story
1960 - Buddy Holly Story Volume II
1963 - Reminiscing
1964 - Showcase
1969 - Giant
2004 - Buddy Holly (remaster)
1999 - That'll Be the Day (remaster)
2000 - Reminiscing / Showcase(double album)
2001 - The Chirping Crickets / Buddy Holly(double album)
2002 - Thatll Be The Day / Remember(double album)
2002 - Holly in the Hills / Giant (double album)
2013 - The Buddy Holly Story - Vol 1 & Vol 2 (double album)
2016 - Four Classic Albums
Full Digital Discography:
official, unofficial, deleted, rare and just plain odd Buddy Holly releases.
Includes many budget hits collections.
With The Picks
Original Buddy Holly tracks, with vocal backing 'overdubs' added later by the Picks, who supplied the vocal backings on the early recordings.
Many of the albums listed are Bootlegs - unofficial, possibly illegal copies.
Tributes and Friends
A fairly random selection of albums released as tributes to Buddy Holly, or by folk inextricably linked with him or his music.
About this site:
"Buddy Holly - Now" is a current discography; an up-to-the month listing of digital albums you are likely to be able to obtain. I'll be adding information to all pages, as I get it - and as time permits.
There is an Archive, of albums that are not currently available - it is not complete, and probably never will be, though I'm always on the look out for genuine rarities - however, it does already include all the 'significant' collections - ones worth seeking used or at auction.
You can buy through the site; it's affiliated with Amazon, who stock virtually all the available CDs - but you may well find bargains elsewhere, especially at eBay Auctions - but take care!
for information provided to "Buddy Holly Now":
Geoff Rogers, Michael Cheah (Singapore), Tim Payne, Tom Conner, Paul Geleedst, John J. Browne (Pennsylvania), Doug Bennett (Tangimoana, New Zealand), Andrew Hay (UK), and most of all to John Mathewson, for help way beyond the call of duty!