The third album was also to be the last released whilst he was still
As Buddy began to get chart success on Coral and Brunswick, his first
label Decca quickly moved to capitalise on his new founds fame and
gathered together eleven tracks that had been recorded for the label
Four of these tracks had been issued as two singles during 1956, but
disappointing sales for both had prompted Decca to abandon the album
at the time and drop Buddy from the label.
Buddy had subsequently resurfaced at Coral/Brunswick with a career
guided by producer Norman Petty and made regular forays onto the charts,
including the number one hit That ll Be The Day.
Although the version that hit number one was a completely different
version to the one that adorns this album, it did not stop Decca from
capitalising on the title when they hurriedly released this album in