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Subject: Re: Buddy Holly's place in history


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driftwood (not a Bobby)
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Date Posted: Thu November 12, 2015 13:47:23
In reply to: HK 's message, "Re: Buddy Holly's place in history" on Wed November 11, 2015 08:07:02

Yes, Jerry Lee Lewis was and is very much an American, and I share his thinking on the Beatles.

Nonetheless, I'm 47 years young, and I am personally unacquainted with the term "Bobby." Perhaps its time was before mine, and it's not necessarily a British term, so please excuse me for jumping to that conclusion. I hope I have the meaning correct. If so, then Bobby Vee, Bobby Darrin, and possibly Paul Anka would have been prime examples, while Bob Dylan and/or Bo Diddley would not qualify. Please continue to correct me if I am wrong...the older I get, the less I know!

driftwood

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Re: Buddy Holly's place in historyMark R. DeaverThu November 12, 2015 20:40:56


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