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Buddy Holly - The Music Never Died
1 My Two-Timin' Woman 1949 skips on tracks on original acetates
2 Footprints In The Snow 1952 
3 Take These Shackles From My Heart 1952 skips on tracks on original acetates
4 I Heard The Lord Calling For Me 1952 Jack Neal w/Buddy Holly on Guitar
5 I Saw The Moon Cry For Me Last Night   
6 You And I Are Through 1955 Direct from original acetate
7 Down The Line 1955 alternate take without drums
8 I'm Changing All Those Changes 1956 Alt. Take, Fragment
9 Gone 1956 Raw Track without overdubs
10 Have You Ever Been Lonely 1956 Unreleased Alternate Take
11 Gone   
12 Go Boy, Go 1956 Gary Tollet w/Buddy Holly on Guitar, Alternate Takes
13 "The Phone Call" Feb 1957 Buddy Holly and Paul Cohen, President of Decca Records
14 A Whole Lot Of Lovin' 1957 Jim Robinson w/Buddy Holly on Guitar, Alternate Take
15Spoken-Word Promotional Spots and radio jingle for Bill Randall in Cleveland  
16 Recorded June 30, 1957
18 Broken Promises  
19 Humble Heart 26 July 1957 Sherry Davis w/Buddy Holly on Guitar
20 Spoken word promotional spots for Don Passerby (Unique on 14 Sept 1957 custom recordings backstage at Montreal concert for Passerby of 1230 Cornwall Radio
24 Spoken Word Promotional Spot for Red Robinson 23 October  1957 during interview backstage in Vancouver
25 One Faded Rose 1957 Charlie Phillips w/Buddy Holly on Guitar and Vocal Harmony
26 Sugartime 1957 Charlie Phillips w/Buddy Holly on Guitar. Alternate Take
27 The Wreck Of Old Ninety-Seven 28  
28 Scarlet Ribbons 1957 Carolyn Hester w/Buddy Holly on Guitar. Though uncredited on the "Scarlet Ribbons" Album
29 The Miami Florida Tapes: "Everyday" and "I Love Her So" 24 February 1958 Buddy Holly and Jerry Lee Lewis. Bob Chesney recording.Also includes a spoken-word promotional spot for WTRL Radio; gaps on original tape source
30 When Sin Stops
(Love Begins)
10 September  1958 Waylon Jennings' first recording session. Complete session tape in its entirety. Featuring Buddy Holly as Producer and Guitarist.
36 More And More    
37 When You Are Lonely 1958 Waylon Jennings w/Buddy Holly on Guitar. Acetate recordings in rough format
38 Ronnie King interview with Buddy Holly 16 October  1958 Recently discovered interview, complete, from WGH Radio Scranton, PA
39 Spoken-Word Promotional Spots for "The Winter Dance Party"   J.P "The Big Bopper" Richardson/Ritchie Valens/Buddy Holly, taken from their original acetate source

Released 2004

Also released as DVD / CD combination

Prism Records: PR 001/002
Booklet & packaging : Total duration: 71:12

ahcode: 41-MFTIIY

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