Buddy Holly
Hollybilly - Complete 1956 Recordings

01. Baby, Won't You Come Out Tonight?
02. Love Me (with studio chat)
03. Don't Come Back Knockin'
04. Midnight Shift
05. Blue Days, Black Nights
06. Rock Around With Ollie Vee (fragment)
07. Rock Around With Ollie Vee (July 1956 version)
08. Because I Love You
09. Changing All Those Changes (Clovis demo version)
10. I Guess I Was Just A Fool
11. It's Not My Fault
12. I'm Gonna Set My Foot Down
13. Rock-A-Bye Rock
14. Girl On My Mind
15. That'll Be The Day
16. Ting-A-Ling
17. I'm Changing All Those Changes (fragment)
18. I'm Changin' All Those Changes (Nashville version)
19. Modern Don Juan
20. You Are My One Desire (false start)
21. You Are My One Desire
22. Rock Around With Ollie Vee (November 1956 version)

1. Honky Tonk (undubbed Lubbock demo)
2. Good Rockin' Tonight (undubbed Lubbock version)
3. Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Lubbock demo)
4. Bo Diddley (Lubbock demo)
5. Rip it up (undubbed Lubbock Demo)
6. Blue Monday (undubbed Lubbock demo)
7. Blue Blue Suede Shoes (undubbed Lubbock demo)
8. Shake, Rattle & Roll (undubbed Lubbock demo)
9. Ain't Got No Home (undubbed Lubbock demo)
10. Holly Hop (undubbed Lubbock demo)
11. Bo Diddley (undubbed Clovis demo)
12. Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (undubbed Clovis demo)
13. Have You Ever Been Lonely? No. 1
14. Have You Ever Been Lonely? (fragment)
15. Have You Ever Been Lonely? (fragment)
16. Have You Ever Been Lonely? No. 2 (undubbed Lubbock demo)
17. Gone (fragment)
18. Gone No. 1 (undubbed Lubbock demo)
19. Gone No. 2 (undubbed Lubbock demo)

CD released: 2007
CD: El Toro Records, Spain - CD ET 1012

41 tracks with 8 page booklet This compilation features the complete 1956 recordings of Buddy Holly - his first as a solo artist - and includes all the surviving masters from his three Nashville sessions for US Decca, together with his first demo sessions cut at Norman Petty's state-of-the-art recording studio in Clovis, New Mexico, and home recordings from Lubbock. In addition to Buddy and his usual cohorts, such as Jerry Allison, Sonny Curtis and Don Guess, the tracks also include the accompaniment of the famed Nashville "A" Team, boasting Floyd Cramer, Harold Bradley and the always superb Grady Martin.