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The Great Tragedy - Winter Dance Party 1959

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Genre50's Rockabilly / R'n'R

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Tuotenumero 42572
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Formaatti CD
Levy-yhtiö Bear Family
Vuosi 2019
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The Great Tragedy - Winter Dance Party 1959 (CD)

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1-CD with 24-page booklet, 40 tracks, including six radio broadcasts. Total playing time 78:32 mins.

•    Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper died in a plane crash.
•    February 3, 1959 will always be remembered as ‘the day the music died.’
•    Tribute CD wth key titles from these rock ‘n’ roll stars.
•    Plus sides by the surviving artists incl. Dion & The Belmonts, Frankie Srado, Waylon Jennings, et al.
•    Plus tribute songs and radio broadcasts.
•    Newly mastered with liner notes from music expert, Bill Dahl.

February 3, 1959 will always be remembered as ‘the day the music died.’ On that frigid occasion, a small plane carrying Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and The Big Bopper crashed in a frozen Iowa field, killing all touring three rock and roll luminaries and their pilot. Bear Family’s posthumous tribute disc to the tragedy brings together some of their greatest recordings on this one-of-a-kind collection, along with key sides from the surviving participants of the tour—Dion and the Belmonts, Frankie Sardo, Waylon Jennings, even Debbie Stevens, whose cover of If You Can’t Rock Me is an unheralded classic.

There are also a series of tribute songs to the fallen triumvirate by Eddie Cochran, Ray Campi, Benny Barnes, and Hershel Almond, as well as excerpts from period radio broadcasts relaying the devastating news. Rock and roll would never be the same—it had forever lost its innocence—but the seminal music that Buddy, Ritchie, and the Bopper gave us will never grow old. 

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01     'Winter Dance Party' Radio Promo     The Big Bopper     
02     Chantilly Lace     The Big Bopper     
03     'Winter Dance Party' Radio Promo     Buddy Holly     
04     Heartbeat     Buddy Holly     
05     'Winter Dance Party' Radio Promo     Ritchie Valens     
06     La Bamba     Ritchie Valens     
07     Maybe Baby     The Crickets     
08     Class Room     Frankie Sardo     
09     I Can't Go On (Rosalie)     Dion & The Belmonts     
10     Alan Freed Radio Show Part 1 (incl I'm Gonna Love You Too)     Buddy Holly     
11     Little Red Riding Hood     The Big Bopper     
12     Fast Freight     Arvee Allens (Ritchie Valens)     
13     Interviewed By Alan Freed     Buddy Holly     
14     It's So Easy     Buddy Holly     
15     If You Can't Rock Me     Debbie Stevens     
16     Monkey Song (You Made A Monkey Out Of Me)     The Big Bopper     
17     Peggy Sue     Buddy Holly     
18     I Wonder Why     Dion & The Belmonts     
19     Alan Freed Radio Show Part 2 (incl Listen To Me)     Buddy Holly     
20     Donna Commercial     Ritchie Valens     
21     Donna     Ritchie Valens     
22     Ting-A-Ling     Buddy Holly & The Three Tunes     
23     Fake Out     Frankie Sardo     
24     Big Bopper’s Wedding     The Big Bopper     
25     Come On Let's Go     Ritchie Valens     
26     Well All Right     Buddy Holly     
27     Big Baby Blues     Arvee Allens (Ritchie Valens)     
28     A Teen-Age Moon     The Big Bopper     
29     When Sin Stops     Waylon Jennings     
30     No One Knows     Dion & The Belmonts     
31     Plane Crash Report #1 Feb 3, 1959     Newscast     
32     It Doesn't Matter Anymore     Buddy Holly     
33     Three Stars     Eddie Cochran     
34     Teen Angel     Dion & The Belmonts     
35     Plane Crash Report #2 Feb 3, 1959     Newscast     
36     The Great Tragedy     Hershel Almond     
37     The Ballad Of Donna And Peggy Sue     Ray Campi     
38     Plane Crash Report #3 Feb 3, 1959     Newscast     
39     That'll Be The Day     The Crickets     
40     Gold Records In The Snow     Benny Barnes