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  • Cassette (28 septembre 1993)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000002OPF
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Par Lester Gangbangs TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 29 juillet 2009
Format: CD
Compilation copieuse de 50 titres en 2 Cds, de l'homme sans lequel il ne serait peut-être pas venu à l'idée à Elvis Costello d'être myope et aux Lynyrd Skynyrd de se crasher en avion.
De tous les pionniers du rock'n'roll des 50's, Buddy Holly a représenté le versant le plus « pop » , le plus mélodique. Il a souvent été cité comme référence par de nombreuses pointures du rock, Paul McCartney et John Fogerty n'étant pas les moindres.
Pour moi, le morceau qui le résume le mieux est « That'll be the day », utilisé sur la fantastique B.O. du film de Lucas « American Graffiti », et correspondant tout à fait à la peinture d'une jeunesse américaine gentiment festive et insouciante, au rythme du rock'n'roll naissant.
Buddy Holly écrivait des mélodies inouïes pour l'époque, chantées dans un style très particulier, avec une voix pleine de hoquètements, de bégaiements, à la limite de la rupture et de la justesse. Sa courte carrière (il est mort à 22 ans), laisse quelques autres perles inusables : « Peggy Sue » (la copine du batteur), « Not fade away » (écrite par son producteur attitré Norman Petty et reprise par les Stones), « Everyday », Maybe baby », « Rave on », « It's so easy », ... ou les posthumes « Peggy Sue got married », « What to do » .
Accompagné par les Crickets (dont le nom inspirera à Lennon celui des Beatles), produit par Petty qui façonne au groupe un son immédiatement reconnaissable, Buddy Holly sera derrière Elvis le chanteur de rock'n'roll le plus populaire aux USA.
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Par Adanson COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 100 COMMENTATEURS le 11 novembre 2009
Format: CD
Buddy Holly mort en 1959 dans un accident d'avion avec the big bopper "Chantilly Lace" et Ritchie Valens "La Bamba" est avec Chuk Berry et Eddie Cochran une influence Majeure du Rock n' Roll.
Pour mémoire : Les Beatles (Well alright, Words of love), Les Stones (Not fade away), Linda Ronstadt (it's so easy - That'all be the day), en France Alain Bashung (Well alright), Dick Rivers (Holly day's in Austin) etc...
Quand je réécoute (Peggy sue, Oh Boy, Rave on, Down the Line, Tell Me How, That'll Be the Day, Maybe Baby, Peggy Sue Got Married ou encore, Crying, Waiting, Hoping (interprété par les Beatles à Hambourg), Je pense vraiment que ce petit mec avec ses grosses lunettes et accompagné par les fabuleux Crickets était un vrai génie.
Si vous aimez le Rock ou si vous ne connaissez pas, un conseil, écoutez Buddy Holly et les Crickets. C'est la base avec Elvis bien sur, Cochran, Little Richard, ce bon vieux Chuck Berry mais aussi Gene Vincent, Johnny Burnette, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash et Fats Domino pour les USA. Pour la grande Bretagne, écoutez, Vince Taylor (la moitié de sa carrière en France) Johnny Kid, cliff Richard, Marty Wild et Tommy Steele.
En France nous avions Johnny, Les Chaussettes noires et Les Chats Sauvages.
Redécouvrez cela, ce sont les débuts du Rock.
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HASH(0x88d69a08) étoiles sur 5 "Buddy Holly 101": all the hits, and then some 5 juin 2000
Par Scott MacGillivray - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Today's "oldies" radio stations seem to recognize only two Buddy Holly hits, "That'll Be the Day" and "Peggy Sue," but the rest of the Holly catalog doesn't seem to get much play. This collection is a welcome reminder that Holly was one of the recording industry's most prolific singer-songwriters, and the music of Buddy Holly and the Crickets is as enjoyable today as it was 40 years ago. The 50-song compilation opens with a fair sampling of Holly's pre-stardom recordings, heavily influenced by Elvis Presley. Then come the hits ("Rave On," "Oh Boy," "Maybe Baby," etc.), some terrific B-sides ("Everyday," "Tell Me How"), and the more sophisticated "strings sessions" ("True Love Ways," "Raining in My Heart"). This writer's one complaint about this collection is that Holly's last recordings, released posthumously, are largely overlooked. The few that are included have "surf guitar" overdubs and edits which were added in the mid-'60s. That's the only false step in this otherwise commendable anthology tracing Buddy Holly's too-brief career. Casual fans will like it; confirmed Holly addicts will love it.
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HASH(0x88d69a5c) étoiles sur 5 Not Fade Away: Holly's Influence Lives On 12 février 2000
Par Steve Vrana - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Buddy Holly's influence on rock 'n' roll cannot be measured by chart success (he had only three top ten singles) nor by a lengthy recording career (only three years: his first Decca single "Blue Days" was recorded April 1956 and his final New York apartment recordings were done January 1959--days before the fatal Feb. 3 plane crash). Until MCA rereleases The Complete Buddy Holly (which included EVERYTHING Holly recorded, including demos and some interviews over six CDs), the 50-track on The Buddy Holly Collection does a superb job of summing up Holly's career.
This collection begins with two demos cut while he was still in his teens: the rockabilly "Down the Line" and country ballad-influenced "Soft Place in My Hear." In addition, there's the instrumental "Holly Hop" recorded in the Holley family garage in Lubbock (with overdubbing provided by the Fireballs).
Holly's first studio recordings were produced by the legendary Owen Bradley and clearly shows the influence of country music on Holly's early recordings like "Blue Days," while "Love Me" and "Midnight Shift" point the direction Holly would go during the rest of his all too short career.
Holly and the Crickets became the blueprint for self-contained groups--writing and recording their own music. With his trademark "hiccup" vocal style and impeccable guitar leads, Holly recorded numerous rock classics: "That'll Be the Day," "Peggy Sue," "Well...All Right," "Think It Over." But his album tracks are just as good: "Words of Love" (lovingly covered by the Beatles), "Learning the Game," "Wishing," "Crying, Waiting, Hoping," the list goes on and on.
In addition to all the great music, the informative 28-page booklet has track-by-track notes and numerous photos. If your budget can afford only one Holly album, this is the one to get. ESSENTIAL
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HASH(0x88d69e94) étoiles sur 5 Very good cd of essential Buddy, but missing a few key songs 4 juin 2003
Par R. Miller - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a very good collection of Buddy's essential songs but I have to wonder why they didn't include his great cover of "Bo Diddley" as well as a couple more of the songs that were recorded as demos and later overdubbed and released after his death (such as "Love Is A Strange", "That Makes It Tough", "That's What They Say" or the raw demo version of "You're The One" which is a fantastic but pretty much forgotten track). I also believe "Don't Come Back Knockin'", "Last Night" and "It's Not My Fault" would have been stronger choices than "Look At Me", "Little Baby" and "You've Got Love". I can understand why only a few of his earliest recordings were included as most were not of very high fidelity. The three tracks included (tracks 1-3) help show the listener how his musical styles progressed and are good choices.
I think the cd could use a remastering with today's technology. Some of the tracks sound a bit better on my vinyl copy of "The Complete Buddy Holly" which is the collection every serious Buddy Holly fan should own (I have the cassette tape version too but it has poor sound quality - a lot of hiss and not much high end and not recorded with Dolby™ noise reduction either. I recommend buying the record set if you can find it...it also includes liner notes missing from the cassette set). Sadly, "The Complete Buddy Holly" is not available on cd because of some squabbles over publishing rights so "The Buddy Holly Collection" is the most complete collection available on cd at the moment as far as I know.
I like the fact that they put the non-overdubbed versions of tracks such as "Baby, Won't You Come Out Tonight", "I'm Gonna Set My Foot Down", "Brown-Eyed Handsome Man" and "Reminiscing" on this collection as the overdubbed versions lack the raw energy of the originals. Also, good choice to use the Norman Petty overdub versions of his final recordings as they sound more polished and less like demos than Jack Hansens' versions.
So, even with my complaints I have to give this cd collection 5 stars because of what it DOES include which is most of Buddy's best.
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HASH(0x88e2527c) étoiles sur 5 Possibly the most important rock n' roll ever recorded 26 mai 2006
Par El Freak - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's impossible to overstate the influence Buddy Holly had on rock n' roll. It has been said that Buddy Holly was the beginning of the 1960's musically.He was a MASSIVE influence on the British Invasion. Were it not for Buddy Holly, it's doubtful that the Beatles would've happened. What Buddy Holly and the Crickets laid down on tape for producer Norman Petty at his Clovis, NM studio was nothing short of revolutionary. This cd goes from the straight up hillbilly and rockabilly of Holly Hop and his early Decca sessions at the Bradly Barn, all the way to the absolutely STUNNING orchestral pop of True Love Ways and Raining in My Heart from his very last session a month before the plane crash that took the lives of Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper. Keep in mind that this was nearly all done within the space of 2 1/2 years. Many singers and songwriters don't cover the amount of stylistic ground that Buddy and the Crickets covered in 20 years, much less 2 1/2. And Buddy put his soul into all of it. Many artists music don't have anywhere near the joyfulness and HEART that Buddy's music had. This music IS STILL influencing musicians and gaining younger fans because of it. There was simply nothing else like Buddy. There are 50 tracks here, and ALL are essential Buddy. This music has not dated at all, and still sounds as fresh as it did nearly 50 years ago.To my ears, it sounds fresher than some things released 5 months ago. My only complaint is that the version of Peggy Sue Got Married included here is the Fireballs version, with it's completely inappropriate surf guitar lead that nearly drowns out Buddy's vocals. There was another version of this done(overdubbed by the Jack Hansen Combo, I believe) that to my mind is far superior and sounds closer to how Buddy probably intended it to. And as another reviewer said these cd's do not use all of their 80 minute running time. I can think of a few tracks that I think should've been included, like That's What They Say from the famous demos that he made shortly before his death in his apartment in Greenwich Village. But all in all, if you're new to Buddy, GET THIS. You'll be thankful you did. But it's hard to listen to this and not think about what else he could've achieved if he hadn't died at such a young age.
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HASH(0x88e25360) étoiles sur 5 AN ESSENTIAL ANTHOLOGY FOR HOLLY FANS! 23 octobre 1999
Par Cal Wilson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I was a 14-year-old newspaper delivery boy when Buddy Holly died on February 3, 1959. Eerily, as in Don McClean's quintessential "American Pie," I literally found the "bad news on the doorstep" as I unbundled my copies of the Boston Herald-Traveler that cold wintry morning. "I don't remember if I cried," but I'm sure I did. The two CD's in this set are a "must have" for any true rock 'n' roll fan, for Buddy Holly WAS rock 'n' roll. Included here is just about every significant song he recorded, including early demos made at Norman Petty's Clovis, New Mexico studio; as well as tapes Buddy recorded alone in his New York apartment (which were subsequently set to overdubbed accompaniment and released after his death). As a fanatical Holly fan in my youth, I thought I knew all of his work. Boy, was I wrong! I had never heard some of the demos that clearly were influenced by the Elvis Presley/Scotty Moore/Sam Phillips collaborations. Listen to "Down The Line" and "The Holly Hop" and you'll inderstand. Holly's music changed the way rock music was to be written and played. As you listen to this rich assortment you will hear the progress that was just emerging before his untimely death - a new style that was taken up by the later icons of rock music such as Roy Orbison, John Lennon and Eric Clapton. If you loved Buddy Holly, you'll love this!
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