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Subject: Re: Buddy Holly and the sixties


Author:
Dave Parsons
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Date Posted: 08:56:06 03/27/17 Mon
In reply to: Danny L Todd 's message, "Buddy Holly and the sixties" on 08:16:48 03/24/17 Fri

>A big Oklahoma howdy to all. My post is in reference
>to my
>favorite artist, Buddy Holly and my favorite song,
>True Love
>Ways. Buddy of course died in the 50s but the TLW
>song wasn't
>released until 1960.
>Buddy in my opinion laid the foundation and provided
>the blue
>print for most of the great British groups that
>dominated the
>air waves for most of the 60s decade.
>As americans, we vaguely made a connection to the
>British
>music invasion and our own rock and roll heritage.
>Holly was dead and in the rearview mirror, Elvis was
>in the
>army, Jerry Lee was in exile, Chuck Berry was writing
>tunes
>from a jail cell. So I say thank goodness for the
>British
>and Aussie groups that filled the void with some of the
>finest songs the world has ever known.
>I am happy to be on the board and if I am not right at
>least
>I'll always think I was. LOL Long live 60's music.
>RaveOn Danny L Todd
Hi Danny, you are on the button with your views. Buddy did have a huge influence over here and because of him many bands were formed. You are right we did fill a void with our British Invasion. I think we all agree there was some terrific music in the 60's. Still sounds great today. Songs like that and artist's, will never be repeated. Long live the music !!

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After Buddy Holly but before the BeatlesBob Merker19:07:26 08/28/17 Mon
    After Buddy Holly but before the BeatlesMo Andrews16:19:40 08/29/17 Tue


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