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Choon Choosday: Buddy Holly – Slippin and Slidin

14 July, 2015

Buddy Holly is one of those artists who died far too young, but there is still a large canon of his recorded work released. In some ways he lived on in The Beatles too, who were hugely influenced by him in their early years.

Two recordings of this song were released after Holly took that fateful flight, the more widespread fast version and this rarer slower mix. I quite like the energy of the fast rock n roll release but the slower more soulful rendering with its thigh-slap percussion has always been my favourite of all his songs. In fact, I’d say it’s a




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