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Buddy Holly - 1957-1959 - The Famous Apartment Tapes and Rarities (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

APARTMENT TAPES [Tracks 1-16]
Greenwich Apartment 3B
8th Street
New York City, N.Y
December 1958 - January 1959

Source: High Quality Ampex Recorder
(This was a recorder Petty Recording Studios in Clovis, New Mexico had sold to Buddy Holly when he split from them. The same recorder that Buddy recorded "That'll Be The Day" at that studio he now had in his apartment recording new material. A picture is included in the file)

01 Buddys Guitar
02 Wait Till The Sun Shines Nelly
03 Learning The Game
04 Crying Waitng Hoping
05 Love Is Strange
06 Dearest (Take 1)
07 That's What They Say
08 What To Do
09 That Makes It Tough
10 Slippin and Slidin (Take 1)
11 Smokey Joe's Cafe
12 Slippin and Sliddin (Take 2)
13 Slippin and Sliding (Take 3
14 Peggy Sue Got Married
15 Marie Elena
16 Dearest (Take 2)
17 Im Gonna Love you Too
18 Listen To Me
19 Go Boy Go
20 The Golden Rocket
21 Gone
22 I Overlooked An Orchid
23 Sugartime
24 Oh You Beautiful Doll
25 Real Wild Child
26 Don't Treat Me This Way
27 Don't Cha Know
28 Stay Close To Me

01. Buddy's Guitar
Home Recording
Recorded between January 1 and 22, 1959.
Buddy Holly on guitar only
An untitled instrumental based on LEAVE MY WOMAN ALL ALONE and titled BUDDY'S GUITAR by MCA Records USA.

02. Wait ‘Til The Sun Shines Nellie
Recorded between January 1 and 22, 1959
Buddy Holly – vocal and acoustic guitar,
Recorded at the request of Buddy's mother.

03. Learning The Game
Home Recording Undubbed
December 17 1958
Buddy Holly - vocal & acoustic guitar

04. Crying, Waiting, Hoping
Home Recording Undubbed
December 14 1958
Buddy Holly - vocal & acoustic guitar

05. Love Is Strange
Take 2 - Home Recording Undubbed
Recorded between January 1 and 22, 1959
Buddy Holly - vocal & acoustic guitar.

06. Dearest
Take 1 - Home Recording
Recorded between January 1 and 22, 1959
Buddy Holly - vocal & acoustic guitar.

07. That's What They Say
Take 2 - Home Recording Undubbed
December 3 1958
Buddy Holly - vocal & accoustic guitar.

08. What To Do
Home Recording Undubbed
December 3 1958
Buddy Holly - vocal & acoustic guitar.

09. That Makes It Tough
Home Recording Undubbed
December 8 1958
Buddy Holly - vocal & acoustic guitar

10. Slippin' And Slidin'
Take 1 Fast Version - Home Recording Undubbed
Recorded between January 1 and 22, 1959.
Buddy Holly - vocal & electric guitar.

11. Smokey Joe's Cafe
Take 1 - Home Recording Undubbed
Recorded between January 1 and 22, 1959.
Buddy Holly - vocal & electric guitar.

12. Slippin' And Slidin'
Take 2 Fast Version
Recorded between January 1 and 22, 1959.
Buddy Holly - vocal & acoustic guitar

13. Slippin' And Slidin'
Take 1 Slow Version
Jan 1959
Buddy Holly - vocal & electric guitar

14. Peggy Sue Got Married
Home Recording Undubbed
December 5 1958
Buddy Holly - vocal & acoustic guitar.

15. Maria Elena
guitar intro. Based on Ray Charles "Drown In My Own Tears"
Buddy and his wife to be Maria Elena talking while Buddy playing

16. Dearest
Take 2 - Home Recording Undubbed
Recorded between January 1 and 22, 1959
Buddy Holly - vocal & acoustic guitar.

RARITIES
17. I'm Gonna Love You Too
Radio
Alan Freed is the announcer

18. Listen To Me
Radio
Alan Freed is the announcer

19. Go Boy Go
March 1 1957
Gary Dale (Tollett) - Vocal, Buddy Holly - guitar, Jerry Allison - drums, Ramona Tollett,
June Clark & Niki Sullivan, backing vocals

20. The Golden Rocket
March 1 1957
Gary Dale (Tollett) - vocal, Buddy Holly - lead guitar, Jerry Allison - drums, Gary Dale or Niki Sullivan - acoustic guitar

21. Gone 2:16
March 1 1957
Gary Dale (Tollet) - vocal, Buddy Holly – guitar, Jerry Allison - drums, Ramona Tollet, June
Clark, Niki Sullivan - backing vocals

22. I Overlooked An Orchid
March 1 1957
Gary Dale (Tollett) - Vocal, Buddy Holly - guitar, Jerry Allison - drums, Ramona Tollett, June
Clark & Niki Sullivan - backing vocals

23. Sugartime
Take 2
June 1957
Charlie Phillips - vocal, Buddy Holly - lead guitar, Jack Vaughn - rhythm guitar, Jerry Allison
- drums Vi Petty - piano Norman Petty - organ, Jimmy Blakely - steel guitar, unknown bass, The Roses - backing vocals

24. Oh You Beautiful Doll
Take 1 - Undubbed
February 19 1958
Jerry 'IVAN' Allison - vocals, Buddy Holly - rhythm guitar and backing vocal, Joe B. Maudlin - bass. Bo Clarke - drums. The water filled wine glassed played by Norman Petty, are not present on this recording.

25. Real Wild Child
Take 2
February 19 1958
Jerry "Ivan" Allison - vocal, Buddy Holly - lead and rhythm electric guitar & backing vocal, Joe B. Mauldin - string bass & backing vocal Bo Clarke - drums & backing vocal. The song was written in Australia and Buddy "discovered" it while touring there. Johnny Greenan writes, "Dave Owens and I were the saxophonists in Johnny O'Keefe's band, the Dee Jays. We wrote the song after one of our dances ended in a brawl one night in 1958. After a couple of bourbon and cokes, we wrote the song. O'Keefe recorded it a few weeks later. His name was on as co-writer because he was the front man, as often happens. He also added a couple of things when he sang the song. It has been in about 9-10 movies. David Bowie liked the song. That is why 'Iggy Pop' recorded it. The greatest moment was and still is the use of it in the soundtrack of 'Pretty Woman'. Unfortunately Dave Owens and John O'Keefe are now passed on and playing in that band in the sky. We toured Australia with Buddy and the Crickets. They were great blokes. We kept in touch when they went back to the U.S. We were all very sad when Buddy was killed. It seems like yesterday. He was the one who took the song and published it in the U.S. So I owe a lot to Buddy. Without him, the song would never have gotten out of Australia." Released on
9/26/58-S, 2/81-A.

26. Don't Do Me This Way
Alternate Take
August 25 1957
Rick Tucker - vocal & rhythm guitar, Buddy Holly – lead guitar, Roy Orbison – lead guitar,
Don Guess - bass, Bo Clark - drums, The Picks - backing vocals

27. Don't Cha Know
Crickets
December 5 1960
THIS DOES NOT FEATURE BUDDY HOLLY - It was recorded AFTER his death!! This recording is in fact by The Crickets featuring David Box on vocals. It was the flip side of a version of 'Peggy Sue Got Married' and was the only single he ever recorded with them.

28. Stay Close To Me
Take 4 With False Start
September 30 1958
Lou Giordano - vocal, Buddy Holly - lead guitar, Phil Everly - acoustic guitar, Unknown - bass guitar, Unknown - drums


NOTES
This is just an AMAZING sound for the time period. The apartment recordings feel like you are sitting with Buddy himself playing his guitar it sounds that good. This is where Rock & Roll began. No wonder why the Beatles and Stones listened to this music. It is where it all began.

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