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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Manuscripts

Rock and Roll Artifacts

Steamship Artifacts

Oversize Material

Audio-Visual Material

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Bill Griggs:

An Inventory of His Papers, 1926-2016, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator Griggs, Bill
Title: Bill Griggs Papers,
Dates: 1926-2016
Abstract: Rock-and-roll music of the 1950s is the focus of this collection compiled by editor and historian Bill Griggs, founder of the Buddy Holly Memorial Society. Documents and media highlight the careers and contributions of many creative artists, especially those of West Texas, where Griggs made his home for the last thirty years of his life. At Griggs' death, Randy Steele maintained the integrity of the collection before donating it to the Crossroads of Music Archive.
Collection # CR 0057
Quantity: 59 boxes and 3 oversize folders plus framed items (63 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Bill Griggs was born June 17, 1941, in Hartford, Connecticut, into a musical family. He grew up devoted to astronomy, steamship travel, hot rods, and radio in all its forms. A particular fan of disc jockey “Moondog” Alan Freed, he attended one of the DJ's “Big Beat” shows and saw Buddy Holly perform with the Crickets on the East Coast.

A fan was born. When Lubbock native Holly was killed in a plane crash on February 3 of the next year (along with his pilot and the rockers Ritchie Valens and J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson), Griggs began collecting everything he could find. While managing a K-Mart and a 1950s memorabilia mail-order business, in 1975 he launched the Buddy Holly Memorial Society and its quarterly journal Reminiscing. BHMS hosted its first convention two years later with a Crickets reunion concert.

Griggs subsequently published and consulted on a huge number of books, articles, TV shows, and liner notes for recordings. In 1981 he and the Society relocated to Lubbock. He began producing music events in Lubbock and Clovis, New Mexico. For two years he ran a rock revival music show on KDAV-AM radio. Eventually, the Society, licensed by the Holly estate, enrolled more than 5,500 members from all 50 states and 34 nations.

All in all, Griggs published for 30 years and produced 11 consecutive BHMS conventions, as well as serving as master of ceremonies for countless annual reunions at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa, site of the final concert before “the music died”. Griggs himself passed away in Lubbock on March 29, 2011.

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Scope and Content

The Griggs papers include copies of his publications and research material regarding Buddy Holly, the Crickets, West Texas music, and many, many other creative and performing artists from the early days of rock and roll. Correspondence, membership records, and the archives of the Buddy Holly Memorial Society are included, along with programs from many of the events he produced.

An extensive photograph archive offers snapshots, performance and promotional images from Holly and many other early rock stars, plus BHMS and other Lubbock events. There is also material from the Griggs family genealogy and his passenger steamship collection, as well as a small amount of sheet music. Artifacts include an entire booth, including napkin dispenser, removed from the Surf Ballroom during renovation.

Commercial recordings make up the bulk of the audio-visual holdings, except for some rare rockabilly cuts and interview tapes with surviving stars of rock and roll. (Many interviews are transcribed.) One feature is the vast number of Buddy Holly cover song recordings. The collection is in good condition, except as noted, and is part of the Crossroads of Music archive.

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Organization

The Bill Griggs Papers are organized within the following series:

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research. Copyright is retained by the authors of items in this collection, or their descendants, as stipulated by U.S. copyright law.

Some archival collections may be housed in storage outside of the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library building. Requests to retrieve such materials may take up to 10 business days to complete. Please contact our Reference Department in advance to arrange retrieval.

Audio, video, and film recordings may not be immediately accessible due to format, condition, or copyright status. All items must be digitized prior to patron use. Please contact the Reference Librarian at least 10 days in advance to make viewing arrangements.

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Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Allen, Barry (Vocalist)
Allison, Jerry.
Atwood, George M.
Belly, P. J. (Robert Gamble)
Berry, Chuck.
Big Bopper, 1930-1959
Box, David.
Brewer, Teresa.
Bunch, Carl H.
Busey, Gary.
Cochran, Eddie, 1938-1960.
Corbin, Larry.
Curtis, Sonny.
Dion, 1939-
Eddy, Duane.
Freed, Alan.
Fuller, Bobby, 1942-1966.
Gerron, Peggy Sue.
Gilmer, Jimmy.
Goldrosen, John.
Griffith, Echo McGuire.
Griggs, Bill.
Haley, Bill, 1925-1981.
Holley, Lawrence O.
Holly, Buddy, 1936-1959.
Holly, Maria Elena.
Jennings, Waylon.
Knox, Buddy.
Lewis, Jerry Lee.
Linville, Robert.
Lounsbury, Jim.
Mauldin, Joe B.
McLean, Don.
Montgomery, Bob.
Orbison, Roy.
Peterson, Roger.
Petty, Norman.
Pewter, Jim.
Phillips, Charlie.
Pickering, John.
Pinkston, David "Pappy Dave".
Presley, Elvis, 1935-1977.
Ruff, Ray.
Shannon, Del.
Steele, Randy.
Sullivan, Niki.
Tomosco, George.
Valens, Ritchie, 1941-1959.
Vee, Bobby.
Vincent, Gene.
West, Sonny.
Subjects (Organizations)
Ace Records (Firm : Jackson, Miss.)
Austin city limits (Television program)
Buddy Holly Memorial Society.
Cavaliers (Musical group : J. Frank Wilson)
Coasters (Musical Group)
Coral Records (Firm)
Crickets (Musical group)
Decca Records (Firm)
Fireballs (Musical group)
KDAV-AM (Radio station : Lubbock, Tex.)
MCA Records, Inc.
NorVaJak Music.
Picks (Musical Group)
Roses (Musical Group)
Surf Ballroom (Clear Lake, Iowa)
West Texas Walk of Fame.
Subjects (Places)
Clear Lake (Iowa)
Clovis (N.M.)
Hartford (Conn.)
Lubbock (Tex.)
Subjects
Alternative country music.
Blues (Music)
Country music.
Electric guitar music (Rock)
Electric guitar music (Rockabilly)
Popular music--Texas.
Rock groups.
Rock Music.
Rockabilly Music.
Rockabilly Musicians.
Rockabilly Subculture.
Texas music.

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Related Materials:

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library:
Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library Oral History Collection:

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Bill Griggs Papers, 1926-2016, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Accession Information

Donation, 2017

Processing Information

Processed by: Jarrett Toland, Cynthia Curry, Jon Holmes, 2018

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Collection Inventory

Manuscripts

box folder
1 1 Address book, undated
Autographs
box folder
15 1 Autographs [Various--See Publications RESTRICTED], 1979 and undated
box folder
16 1 Autographs [Various--See Publications RESTRICTED], undated
box folder
17 1 Autographs [Various--See Publications RESTRICTED], 1981
box folder
1 2 Automotive records, 1994
3 Awards: Bill Griggs personal items, 2004
Business Cards
box folder
1 4 Buddy Holly Memorial Society members, 1967-1987 and undated
5 Buddy Holly family and friends, 1969-1988
Calendars
box folder
1 6 Calendar Pages, 1961
7 Buddy Holly and The Crickets, 1997
Correspondence
box folder
1 8 Ace Records / John Broven, 1994
9 George M. Atwood, 1982-2002
10 Austin City Limits, 1986-1988
11 P. J. Belly (Robert Gamble), undated
12 Buddy Holly Memorial Society [BHMS], 1960-1989
13 BHMS, 1990
14 BHMS, 1991
15 BHMS, 1992
16 BHMS, 1993-1999 and undated
17 Carl H. Bunch, PhD, 1989 and undated
18 Clear Lake Surf Ballroom booth provenance, undated
19 Scott Dennin, undated
20 Jerry Englerth / The Songwriters Advocate, 1994-1997
21 Family Cards, undated
22 Fan Club ad solicitations, 1985-1986
23 John Goldrosen, undated
24 Echo McGuire Griffith, undated
25 Buddy Holly family and friends, 1975-1980 and undated
26 Larry O. Holley family, undated
27 KDAV Griggs departure, 2000
28 Buddy Knox, 1990-1999
29 Max Kool Website emails, 2000-2004
30 Robert Linville / The Roses, 1988-2002
31 Sam H. Logan, 1994-1995
32 Jim Lounsbury, undated
33 Larry L. Matti (Green Bay Photos), 1980-1981
34 MCA Records, 1977-1986
35 Don McLean, undated
36 Bob Montgomery, undated
37 Norman Petty, 1971-1982
38 Jim Pewter, 1992-1998
39 Charlie Phillips, 1983
40 David “Pappy Dave Stone” Pinkston, undated
41 Joyce and Jeremy Robbins, 1990
42 Peggy Sue Gerron Rockham, undated
43 Jimmy Self, undated
44 Jack Scott, undated
Event Records
box folder
1 45 Buddy Holly overseas events, 1976-1981
46 BHMS convention, 1978-1980
47 Buddy Holly Memorial Foundation (Grant Speed sculpture fundraiser), 1979-1980
box folder
2 1 BHMS convention, 1981-1983
2 Joe Ely’s 2nd Annual Tornado Jam program, 1981
3 BHMS convention, 1984-1985
4 Buddy Holly overseas, 1982-1989
5 Lubbock Music Festival programs, 1986
6 Honky Tonk Visions catalog, 1986
7 South Plains College Country Caravan programs, 1986
8 BHMS convention, 1986-1987
9 Easter Seal Society of Iowa Buddy Holly Benefit Dance program, 1987
10 Clovis Music Festival program, 1987-1988
11 Clovis Music Festival, 1988
12 BHMS convention Peggy Sue program, 1988
13 Bastos Diamond Awards Fest, 1988
14 6th Annual Lead East Handbook, 1998
15 Foundation for the Love of Rock n’ Roll, 1989
16 1st Annual Heritage Cowboy Symposium program (OKC), 1994
17 Vocal Group Hall of Fame, 1999
18 Country Music Hall of Fame Awards, 2004
19 Big Bopper program, Septemeber 23, 2006
Fan Club documents
box folder
2 20 Buddy Holly Appreciation Society (Australia), 1972-1986
21 Buddy Holly Society Vol 1-4 (Britain), 1981-1985
22 Buddy Holly Society Vol 5-16 (Britain), 1986-1997
23 Buddy Holly Crickets Fan Club (U.K.), 1982
24 Buddy Holly Society (Ireland), 1981-1982
25 Buddy Holly Fan Club papers (U.K.), 1960-1984
26 Buddy Holly The Heartfelt Society, 1979-1980
27 Buddy Holly fan mail (Indiana), 1964
box folder
3 1 Buddy Holly fan mail (Arizona), 1980-1981
2 Buddy Holly Music Club, 1980
3 Buddy Holly fan mail various (France), 1967
Financial records
box folder
3 4 Invoices 1000-1399, 1987
5 Invoices 1400-1799, 1987-1988
6 Invoices 1800-2199, 1988
7 Invoices 2200-2599, 1988-1989
8 Invoices 2600-2999, 1989-1990
9 Invoices 3000-3399, 1990
10 Bill Griggs invoices, 2003
11 Ad rate cards and promotions, undated
12 Flyers and sale sheets, undated
13 Rockin 50s sale sheets 3-13, December 1986-June 1989
14 Artifact auction records undated
15 Florance Duncan copyright “Hotsey Totsey”, 1958
16 Insurance undated
17 Mexico cruise, 1990
18 West Texas Music tour, 1992
19 Bill Griggs business papers, 1995
box folder
31 4 Briggs bought items, 2000
5 Items sold, January 2007-November 2010
6 Bought items, undated
7 Not sold, undated
8 Winner did not pay, undated
9 Ebay legal papers, undated
10 Purchase invoices A-K, undated
11 Purchase invoices A-N, undated
12 Purchase invoices L-Z, undated
13 Purchase invoices O-Z, undated
Funeral Programs
box folder
3 20 Mary Louise Allison, 1988
21 P. J. Belly (Robert Gamble), 1999
22 Ella Pauline Holley, 1990
23 Pat Kaiter, 2008
24 Buddy Knox, 1999
25 Vi Petty, 1992
26 Bill Pickering, 1985
27 Niki Sullivan, 2001
Genealogy Materials
box folder
4 1 Bill Griggs autobiography draft (1941-1969), 1989
2 Bill Griggs newspaper biographies, 1977-1989
3 Bill Griggs publication credits, 1979-1988
4 Bill Griggs personal papers, 1993-1998
5 Birth and death certificates, 1926-1994
6 Bill Griggs family history, undated
7 Bill Griggs original letters, undated
8 Griggs original paper book #1, 1846-1888
9 Griggs original paper book #2, 1889-1934
10 Bill Griggs family history: Cole documents, undated
11 Various Bill Griggs family papers, undated
Legal Materials
box folder
3 28 Coral Records, 1958
29 Joanne Taylor, 1993-1994
30 Wally Bondarenko play I Can’t Stop Loving You, 1987-1988
31 Buddy Holly Day by Day permissions, 1996-1997
32 Billboard paper copies, 1956
33 Rocking 50’s research material, undated
34 Buddy Holly knife project, 1958
35 Buddy Holly photo contracts, 1982
36 Lewis Allen photo use contracts, October 12, 2000
37 Daryl Babington photo use contracts, 2000
38 Steve Bonner photo use contracts, 2003
39 John Buzzell photo use contract, 2004
40 Marg Byer photo use contract, 2009
41 Dick Cole photo use contract, 1998
42 Ralph Dewitt photo use contract, 1996
43 Donna Doffing photo use contract, 2007
44 Jane Ellefson photo use contract, 1999
45 Peggy Sue Gerron photo use contract, 1998
46 Rallo Henry photo use contract, 2004
47 Roger Kleve photo use contract, 2008
48 Don Larsen photo use contract, 2008
49 Pat Loduha photo use contract, 1998
50 Larry Matt photo use contract, 1998
51 Terry Noland phot use contract, 2004
52 Steve Peterson photo use contract, 2000
53 John Pickering photo use contract, 1998
54 Jay P. Richardson photo use contract, 2009
55 Ed Roed photo use contract, 1998
56 Various photo use contracts, 1999
57 Unpaid photo use contracts, 1998
58 Kevin Terry photo use contract, 1998
59 Ryan Vandergriff photo use contract, 2009
60 Pat Boyles photo use contract, 1999
61 Photo use contract, 1996-2000
Literary Works
box folder
4 12 Buddy Holly biographical film, 1976
13 Buddy Holly Remembered screenplay, February 3, 1979
14 Buddy Holly Story script, undated
15 [Unidentified:] The Day the Music Died script, undated
16 Not Fade Away script, undated
17 Luis Valdez screenplay, December 6, 1986
Membership documents
box folder
4 18 Brochure, 1976
19 Letters, 1982
20 Worldwide Headquarters papers, undated
21 Showcase 1 papers, undated
22 BHMS papers, 1978
23 Song lists, undated
24 Buddy Holly Memorial Convention papers, 1978
25 Questionnaire 1000-1399, 1978
26 Questionnaire 1400-2599, 1978
27 Questionnaire 2600-2999, 1979
28 Questionnaire 3000-3399, 1979
29 Questionnaire 3400-3799, undated
box folder
5 1 Questionnaire 3800-4199, 1981
2 Questionnaire 4200-4499, undated
3 Questionnaire 4500-4700, 1984
4 Questionnaire 4800-5099, 1990
5 Questionnaire 5100-5399, undated
Newsprint
box folder
8 1 Clear Lake Mirror Reporter (“Death of 4 Singers”), February 1959
2 Mason City Globe-Gazette (Plane crash), February 3, 1959
3 Mason City Globe-Gazette (Plane crash), February 3, 1959
4 Music City News, February 1966
5 Music City News, March 1966
6 Music City News, October 1966
7 Music City News, November 1966
8 Music City News, March 1968
9 Rolling Stone (Elvis), September 22, 1977
10 Whats New, June 1978
11 The Village Voice (Rave On), July 24, 1978
12 Rolling Stone (Buddy Holly), September 21, 1978
13 Madison Press Connection #211, November 9, 1978
14 LA Weekly, December 21,1978
15 Mirror Reporter (Buddy Holly Tribute), February 7, 1979
16 Mirror Reporter (Buddy Holly Tribute), February 7, 1979
17 LA Weekly, March 15, 1979
18 LA Weekly, March 22, 1979
19 Wings Fan Club, 1981
20 Prairie Sun, October 9, 1982
21 Sondagen, December 5, 1982
22 Aquarium Weekly(Buddy Holly), January 25, 1984
23 The Hartford Courant (Griggs BHMS), January 29, 1984
24 Discoveries (Elvis), February 1988
25 Twist and Shout (Buddy Holly tribute), February 1994
26 Twist and Shout (Buddy Holly tribute), February 1994
27 Music and Dance News, March 1994
28 Around Town Entertainment, September 15, 1994
29 Picking Up the Tempo, undated
box folder
9 1 Musical Express (The Byrds), July 30, 1965
2 Seawanhaha, November 21, 1969
3 The Groove Tube, 1974-1976
4 The Groove Tube, 1974-1976
5 Hartford Advocate, January 26, 1977
6 Hartford Advocate, January 26, 1977
7 Hartford Advocate, February 2, 1977
8 Wethersfield Post, March 18, 1977
9 Wethersfield Post, March 18, 1977
10 Variety, June 21, 1978
11 Folic, September 1, 1978
12 Aslan Connecticut Music Magazine, September 12, 1978
13 Hartford Advocate, April 4, 1979
14 Hartford Advocate, April 11, 1979
15 Music World and Record Digest, May 16, 1979
16 Music World and Record Digest, July 11,1979
17 Music World and Record Digest, August 15, 1979
18 Memory Lane (Premiere Issue), September 1, 1979
19 Music World and Record Digest, September 12, 1979
20 Music World and Record Digest, March 1980
21 Music World and Record Digest, March 1980
22 The Record Finder, October 1980
23 The Newpaper, November 26, 1980
24 New Section, 1980
25 Music World (Buddy Holly), February 1981
26 Music World (Buddy Holly), February 1981
27 Oklahoma Gazette (Buddy Holly), September 14, 1988
28 Oklahoma Gazette (Buddy Holly), September 14, 1988
29 Auto Bargains, undated
30 Nostalgia World, undated
31 Nostalgia World, undated
32 Karavan Records catalog, undated
box folder
10 1 Buddy, May 1975
2 Buddy, August 1975
3 Buddy, November 1975
4 Buddy, December 1975
5 Buddy, January 1976
6 Buddy, February 1976
7 Buddy, April 1976
8 Buddy, May 1976
9 Buddy, July 1976
10 Buddy, November 1976
11 Buddy, December 1976
12 Buddy, January 1977
13 Buddy, May 1978
14 Buddy, May 1978
15 Buddy, June 1978
16 Buddy, June 1978
17 Buddy, February 1979
18 Buddy, September 1980
19 Buddy, September 1980
20 Buddy, August 1981
21 Buddy, September 1981
22 Buddy, September 1981
23 Buddy, September 1982
24 Buddy, September 1988
25 Buddy, September 1988
26 Hartford Advocate, March 26, 1978
27 Hartford Advocate, May 14, 1978
28 Hartford Advocate, April 14, 1979
box folder
11 29 Goldmine, December 1977
30 Goldmine, January 1978
31 Goldmine, May-June 1978
32 Hartford Advocate, January 15, 1977
33 Hartford Advocate, January 15, 1977
34 Hartford Advocate, January 15, 1977
35 Gig The Music Magazine, February 1978
36 Country Style, April 1979
37 Albuquerque Journal Magazine (Buddy Holly), January 24, 1984
38 Buddy Holly Tribute ‘94 (copy 1 of 6), 1994
39 Buddy Holly Tribute ‘94 (copy 2 of 6), 1994
40 Buddy Holly Tribute ‘94 (copy 3 of 6), 1994
41 Buddy Holly Tribute ‘94 (copy 4 of 6), 1994
42 Buddy Holly Tribute ‘94 (copy 5 of 6), 1994
43 Buddy Holly Tribute ‘94 (copy 6 of 6), 1994
44 Globe Gazette, February 3, 1994
Periodicals
box folder
12 1 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1957-1958
2 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1959-1969
3 Buddy Holly magazines, 1973
4 Buddy Holly magazines, 1974-1975
5 Buddy Holly magazines, 1976
6 Buddy Holly magazines #1, 1977
7 Buddy Holly magazines #2, 1977
8 Buddy Holly magazines #1, 1978
9 Buddy Holly magazines #2, 1978
10 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1978
11 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1978
12 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1979
13 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1979
14 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1979
15 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1980
box folder
13 1 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1981
2 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1982
3 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1983
4 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1984-1985
5 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1986
6 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1987
7 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1988
8 Buddy Holly-related magazines, 1988
9 Holly International, 1994-1997
10 Holly International, 1997-2001
11 International magazines [Belgium, Canada, England, France plus Norman Petty article in Mountain States Telephone Spectrum, Clovis Diamonds, Inc., catalog], 1965
12 Rock n’ Roll magazines, 1983-2001
13 Kentucky magazine, 1986
14 R and R International magazine, 1990-1999
15 Various magazines, 1991-2000
box folder
14 1 Stereo Hi-Fi Guide, 1960
2 In Dreams magazine, 1988-1995
3 Nostalgia magazine, March 1990
4 SH-Boom magazine, 1991
5 Del Shannon magazines, 1994-1995
6 SH-Boom magazine, 1991
7 Lubbock magazine, February 1999
Photographs
box folder
5 6 BHMS photographs, 1967-1987 and undated
7 BHMS Convention, 1978
8 BHMS photographs, 1979
9 Photographic slides, 1976-1979
10 Photographic slides, 1980
11 Photographic slides, January 1981-May 1981
12 Buddy Holly photographs, undated
13 Negatives of Buddy Holly photographs, 1955-1976
14 Jacket photographs, undated
15 Various, undated
16 Buddy Holly Family and Friends, 1969-1988
box folder
6 1 Buddy Holly photograph binder directory A, undated
2 Buddy Holly photograph binder directory B, undated
3 Photograph list, undated
4 Photograph binder 1 (001-109A), undated
5 Photograph binder 2 (247A-286B), undated
6 Photograph binder 3 (301A-306D), undated
7 Photograph binder 3 (311A-351A), undated
8 Photograph binder 4 (401A-447A), undated
9 Photograph binder 4 (451A-475A), undated
10 Photograph binder 5 (501A-526J), undated
11 Photograph binder 5 (527A-557A), undated
12 Photograph binder 6 (561A-581A), undated
13 Photograph binder 6 (582A-604B), undated
14 Photograph binder 7 (607A-621A), undated
15 Photograph binder 7 (623A-691A), undated
16 Photograph binder 8 (701A-761G), undated
17 Photograph binder 8 (763A-791B), undated
18 Photograph binder 9 (801A-811K), undated
19 Photograph binder 9 (815A-832A), undated
20 Photograph binder 10 (835A-841PP), undated
21 Photograph binder 10 (841QQ-848A), undated
22 Photograph binder 11 (851A-864A), undated
23 Photograph binder 11 (866A-870DD), undated
24 Buddy Holly photographs, undated
box folder
7 1 Photograph binder 12 (unmarked 1), undated
2 Photograph binder 12 (unmarked 2), undated
3 Photographs: Buddy Holly photograph binder 16, undated
4 Photographs: 45rpm record labels, undated
5 Photographs: TV screenshots and various, undated
6 Artist photograph binder A-B, undated
7 Artist photograph binder C, undated
8 Artist photograph binder D, undated
9 Artist photograph binder E-F, undated
10 Artist photograph binder G-J, undated
11 Artist photograph binder K-M, undated
12 Artist photograph binder N-P, undated
13 Artist photograph binder R-U, undated
14 Artist photograph binder (Vincent), undated
15 Artist photograph binder W-Z, undated
16 Artist photographs, undated
17 Artist photographs, undated
18 The Fireballs photographs, undated
19 The Picks photographs, 1957
Printed Materials
box folder
7 20 Backstage passes, 1986-1988
21 Buddy Holly various, undated
22 Photo trading cards, 1982-1988
box folder
14 8 Record catalogs, 1978-1987
9 Buddy Holly papers, undated
10 Buddy Holly envelopes, undated
11 Buddy Holly postcards, 1986
12 BMI hits, 1975-1976
13 Books, prints, and record magazines, undated
Publications [Autographed copies are RESTRICTED and require Archivist permission.]
box folder
15 2 Autographed (Reminiscing), undated
3 Autographed (Rockin 50’s), undated
box folder
16 1 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #20, October 1989
2 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #23, April 1990
3 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #23, April 1990
4 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #23, April 1990
5 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #28, February 1991
6 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #28, February 1991
7 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #28, February 1991
8 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #29, April 1991
9 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #30, June 1991
10 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #32, October 1991
11 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #32, October 1991
12 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #43, December 1998
13 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #43, December 1998
14 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #46, June 1999
15 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #47, August 1999
16 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #48, October 1999
17 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #48, October 1999
18 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #48, October 1999
19 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #50, February 2000
20 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #52, June 2000
21 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #52, June 2000
22 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #52, June 2000
23 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #52, June 2000
24 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #52, June 2000
25 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #52, June 2000
26 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #52, June 2000
27 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #52, June 2000
28 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #52, June 2000
29 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #52, June 2000
30 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #53, August/September 2000
31 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #54, October/November 2000
32 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #55, December 2000-January 2001
33 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #55, December 2000-January 2001
34 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #55, December 2000-January 2001
35 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #56, February-March 2001
36 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #58, June-July 2001
box folder
17 1 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #58, June-July 2001
2 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #59, August-September 2001
3 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #59, August-September 2001
4 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #59, August-September 2001
5 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #59, August-September 2001
6 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #59, August-September 2001
7 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #62, February-March 2002
8 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #63, April-May 2002
9 Autographed Rockin 50’s issue #64, June-July 2002
10 Jack Neal autographed, undated
box folder
18 1 Reminiscing #1, Fall 1976
2 Reminiscing #2, March 1977
3 Reminiscing #3, June 1977
4 Reminiscing #4, September 1977
5 Reminiscing #5, December 1977
6 Reminiscing #6, March 1978
7 Reminiscing #7, June 1978
8 Reminiscing #5-8, September 1978
9 Reminiscing #9, December 1978
10 Reminiscing #10, March 1979
11 Reminiscing #11, June 1979
12 Reminiscing #12, September 1979
13 Reminiscing #13, December 1979
14 Reminiscing #14, March 1980
15 Reminiscing #15, June 1980
16 Reminiscing #16, September 1980
17 Reminiscing #17, December 1980
18 Reminiscing #18, March 1981
19 Reminiscing #19, June 1981
20 Reminiscing #20, September 1981
21 Reminiscing #31, Summer 1984
22 Reminiscing #32, Fall 1984
23 Reminiscing #33, November 1984
24 Reminiscing #34, January 1985
25 Reminiscing #35, March 1985
26 Reminiscing #36, May 1985
27 Reminiscing #37, July 1985
28 Reminiscing #38, September 1985
29 Reminiscing #39, November 1985
30 Reminiscing #40, January 1986
31 Reminiscing #41, March 1986
32 Reminiscing #42, May 1986
33 Reminiscing #43, July 1986
34 Reminiscing #44, September 1986
35 Reminiscing Index , 1986
36 Buddy Holly: A Collectors Guide, 1983
37 The Words and Music of Buddy Holly, his songs and interviews, 1995
38 Buddy Holly Day by Day, 1997
39 Who’s Who of West Texas Rock n’ Roll, 1994
40 Who’s Who of West Texas Rock n’ Roll, 2002
41 Reminiscing Newsletter, 1976
42 Reminiscing Newsletter 2-5, 1977
43 Reminiscing Newsletter 6-9, 1978
44 Reminiscing Newsletter (backissues), 1978
45 Reminiscing Newsletter 10-13, 1979
46 Reminiscing Newsletter 14-17, 1980
box folder
19 1 Reminiscing Newsletter 18-21, 1981
2 Issue Material 21-23, 1981-1982
3 Issue Material 24, 1982
4 Reminiscing Newsletter 22-25, 1982
5 Issue Material 25-27, 1982-1983
6 Issue Material 28-30, 1983-1984
7 Reminiscing Newsletter 26-30, 1983
8 Issue Material 31-44, 1984-1986
9 Reminiscing Newsletter 29-30, 1984
10 BHMS Issues 29-32, 1983-1984
11 Reminiscing Newsletter 31-32, 1984
box folder
20 1 Reminiscing Newsletter 33-34, 1984-1985
2 Reminiscing Newsletter 35-36, 1985
3 Reminiscing Newsletter 37-38, 1985
4 BHMS 10th Anniversary issue materials, 1979-1983
5 Buddy Holly limited edition newsletter, 1986
6 Reminiscing Newsletter 39-40, 1985
7 Reminiscing Newsletter 41-42, 1986
8 Reminiscing Newsletter 43-44, 1986
9 Research for Reminiscing issue #45, November 1986
10 Rockin 50’s issues 1-2, undated
11 Rockin 50’s issues 3-4, undated
12 Rockin 50’s issues 5-7, undated
13 Rockin 50’s issues 8-9, undated
14 Rockin 50’s issues 10-11, undated
15 Rockin 50’s issues 12-14, undated
16 Rockin 50’s issues 15-17, 1988-1989
box folder
21 1 Rockin 50’s issues 17-18, undated
2 Rockin 50’s issues 19-21, undated
3 Rockin 50’s issues 22-24, undated
4 Rockin 50’s issue 25, 1990
5 Rockin 50’s issue 26, 1990
6 Rockin 50’s research papers, 1990
7 Rockin 50’s issue 27, 1990
8 Rockin 50’s issue 28, 1990-1991
9 Rockin 50’s issue 29, 1991
10 Rockin 50’s research papers, 1991
11 Rockin 50’s research papers, 1990-1991
12 Rockin 50’s research papers, 1990-1991
box folder
22 1 Rockin 50’s issue 30, 1991
2 Rockin 50’s issue 31, August 1991
3 Rockin 50’s issues 32-33, 1991
4 Rockin 50’s issue 32, October 1991
5 Rockin 50’s issue 33, December 1991
6 Rockin 50’s issue 34, February 1992
7 Rockin 50’s issues 34-37, 1992
8 Rockin 50’s issue 35, April 1992
9 Rockin 50’s issue 36, June 1992
10 Rockin 50’s issue 37, August 1992
11 Rockin 50’s issue 38, October 1992
12 Rockin 50’s issues 38-40, 1992-1998
13 Rockin 50’s issue 41, August 1998
14 Rockin 50’s issue 42, October 1998
15 Rockin 50’s issue 43, December 1998
16 Rockin 50’s issue 44, February 1999
17 Rockin 50’s issue 45, April 1999
18 Rockin 50’s issues 46-47, 1999
19 Rockin 50’s issue 48, October 1999
20 Rockin 50’s issue 49, December 1999
21 Rockin 50’s issue 50, February 2000
22 Rockin 50’s issues 51-53, 2000
23 Rockin 50’s issues 54-57, 2000-2001
24 Rockin 50’s issues 58-61, 2001-2002
25 Rockin 50’s issues 62-64, 2002
26 Rockin 50’s issue 71, October 2004
box folder
23 1 Rock n’ Roll Day by Day #1-2, undated
2 Rock n’ Roll Day by Day, undated
3 Rock n’ Roll Day by Day, undated
4 Buddy Holly: A Collectors Guide, 1983
5 Buddy Holly updated, 1989
6 Rock n’ Roll Day by Day, undated
7 Rock n’ Roll Day by Day #1, 1957
8 Rock n’ Roll Day by Day #2-3, 1992-1995
9 Jim O’ Brian Buddy Holly sketches, 1988
10 Publications, undated
11 Evolution and Decline of 1950’s Rock 1, undated
12 Evolution of 1950’s Rock, undated
13 Who’s Who of West Texas Rock n’ Roll, undated
box folder
24 1 Buddy Holly Day by Day mechanicals #1-2, undated
2 Buddy Holly Day by Day mechanicals #3-5, undated
3 Buddy Holly Day by Day #1, 1936-1954
4 Buddy Holly Day by Day #2, 1955-1956
5 Buddy Holly Day by Day #3, January-July 1957
6 Buddy Holly Day by Day #4, August-September 1957
7 Buddy Holly Day by Day #5, October-December 1957
8 Buddy Holly Day by Day #6, January-February 1958
9 Buddy Holly Day by Day #7, March 1958
10 Buddy Holly Day by Day #8, April-June 1958
11 Buddy Holly Day by Day #9, July-September 1958
12 Buddy Holly Day by Day #10, October-December 1958
13 Buddy Holly Day by Day #11, January-June 1959
14 Buddy Holly Day by Day #12, undated
15 Buddy Holly Day by Day (extra covers), undated
16 Various, undated
Radio Documents
box folder
25 1 KDAV Radio programs, August 18, 1998
2 KDAV Radio programs, November 1, 1998
3 School of Rock n’ Roll script, undated
4 School of Rock n’ Roll script, undated
5 School of Rock n’ Roll script, undated
6 School of Rock n’ Roll script, undated
7 School of Rock n’ Roll script, undated
8 School of Rock n’ Roll script, undated
Research Materials
box folder
25 9 Discographies by artist: Buddy Holly, undated
10 Discographies by artist, undated
11 National Sales charts, undated
12 Radio playlists, undated
13 Radio playlists, undated
14 Rock n’ Roll song book, August 1958
21 Hi-Fi club programs, October 18, 1959
22 Catalogs, 1968
23 Various, 1966-1968
box folder
26 1 “A” artists, undated
2 Barry Allen, undated
3 “B” artists, undated
4 Joe Barry, undated
5 Chuck Berry, undated
6 Mike Berry, 1990
7 Big Bopper, undated
8 David Box, undated
9 Teresa Brewer, undated
10 “C” artists, undated
11 The Cavaliers, 1955-1994
12 Jerry Church, 1957
13 The Coasters, 1988-2002
14 Clovis, New Mexico, 1955-1967
15 Eddie Cochran, undated
16 The Crickets: Lubbock, 1950-1960
17 The Crickets: Tour Dates, 1956-1958
18 The Crickets, 1956-1965
19 The Crickets notebook, 1957 and undated
20 The Crickets financials, 1957-1958
21 Lubbock High School, 1950
22 High School notebook copy, undated
23 The Crickets: Sonny Curtis, 1979-2007
24 The Crickets, 1978-1988
25 Mac Curtis, 1989-1993
26 “D” artists, undated
27 Ronnie Dawson, undated
28 James Dean, undated
29 Dion (Di Mucci), undated
30 W.J. Duncan, undated
31 “E” artists, undated
32 Duane Eddy, undated
33 Everly Brothers, undated
34 “F” artists, undated
35 Leo Fender, undated
36 The Fireballs, undated
37 Five Bops, undated
38 Five Royales, undated
39 Alan Freed, 1956-1990
40 Bobby Fuller, undated
41 “G-I” artists, undated
42 Bill Griggs, undated
box folder
27 1 Bill Haley and The Comets, undated
2 Jay Hawkins, undated
3 Clarence “Frogman” Henry, undated
4 Buddy Holly, 1956-1959
5 Buddy Holly recording documents, 1956-1959
6 Buddy Holly: Clear Lake crash, February 3, 1959-1991
7 Buddy Holly crash: Civil Aeronautics Board Report, 1959
8 Buddy Holly crash: pilot Roger Peterson, 1948-2006
9 Buddy Holly, 1960-1970
10 Buddy Holly songs and royalties, 1969
11 Buddy Holly, 1977
12 Buddy Holly, 1971-1976
13 The Buddy Holly Story film, 1977-1995
14 Buddy Holly, 1978
15 Buddy Holly, 1978-1979
16 Buddy Holly Surf Ballroom Reunion, 1978-1994
17 Buddy Holly, 1990-2000
18 Buddy Holly sheets, 1993
19 Buddy Holly: Holley Family, undated
20 “J” artists, undated
21 Waylon Jennings, undated
22 The Jordanaires, undated
23 “K” artists, undated
24 Buddy Knox, undated
25 “L-N” artists, undated
26 Jerry Lee Lewis, undated
27 Horace Linsley, undated
28 Echo McGuire, undated
29 James E. Myers, undated
30 Ricky Nelson, undated
31 Nighthawks, undated
32 Terry Noland, undated
33 Buddy Holly estate, 1959-1960
box folder
28 1 Unmarked, undated
2 “O-Q” artists, undated
3 Roy Orbison, undated
4 Carl Perkins, 1992-1999
5 Vi/Norm Petty/Nor-Va-Jak, undated
6 Pickering and The Picks, undated
7 The Platters, undated
8 Elvis Presley, undated
9 Cliff Richard, undated
10 J.P Richardson, 1930-1980
11 The Rivieras, undated
12 The Rosas, undated
13 Ray Ruff, 1991
14 “S-T” artists, undated
15 Del Shannon, undated
16 String-a-Longs (Jimmy Torres), undated
17 Niki Sullivan, undated
18 Gene Summers and Tom Toms, undated
19 Gary/Ramona Tollet, 1988-2001
20 “U-V” artists, 1994-1999
21 Ritchie Valens (Valenzuela), undated
22 Bobby Vee, 1988-2001
23 Velvets and Virgil Johnson, undated
24 Gene Vincent, 1971-2001
25 “W-Z” artists, 1986-2006
26 Sonny West, 1989-2006
27 Larry Welborn, 1987-1991
28 Jackie Wilson, undated
29 Wolfman Jack (Robert Weston Smith), undated
30 Artists--Various, 1977-2001
Scrapbook Materials
box folder
5 17 Clear Lake tribute concerts, 1979-1980
box folder
7 23 Artists--Various, 1950-1969
Sheet Music
box folder
25 15 Sheet Music--Various, 1957-1977
16 Buddy Holly sheet music, 1958-1962
17 Sheet Music--Various, undated
18 Lou Giordano sheet music, undated
19 Photostats of sheet music, undated
20 Song lists, undated
Travel Documents
box folder
29 1 Cape Ann’s Story, 1956
2 Steamship Correspondence, 1986-2007
3 Steamship menus, 1940-1975
4 Steamship passenger lists/pay forms, 1917-1966
5 Photographs, 2005 and undated
6 Titanic, April 10, 1987 and undated
7 Stationery, undated
8 R.M.S. Titanic, 1912-1916
9 Various, 1987-2010
10 Norweigan Cruise papers, 2002
11 Norweigan Cruise papers, 2002
12 Travel papers, 2001
13 Travel papers, 2001
14 Travel papers, 2002-2003
15 Travel papers, 2003
box folder
30 1 Travel papers, 2004-2005
2 Holland America travel papers, 2005
3 Travel papers, 2006-2007
4 Mayflower Muesem travel papers, 2007
5 Grand Princess Cruise papers, 2009
6 Bill Griggs travel papers, 2009
7 Princess Cruise travel books, 2009
8 Grand Princess flight documents, 2009
9 Star Princess travel papers, 2009
10 Connecticut travel papers, 2009
11 Westerdam travel papers, 2008
box folder
31 1 Ryndam travel papers 1, 2007
2 Ryndam travel papers 2, 2007
3 Bill Griggs travel papers, 2008-2012

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Rock and Roll Artifacts

Clear Lake Surf Ballroom booth components
item
1-2 iron cased wooden leg for anchoring leg of booth to floor, wooden center tab inserts into booth seat, 5-inch x 5-inch x 2-inch, (2), see Box #1 File #18 for booth provenance, undated
item
3 wood back support, 14-inch green vinyl padding on top edge, 50-inch x 26-inch, see Box #1 File #18 for booth provenance, undated
item
4-5 varnished wood panels, 50-inch x 17-inch, (2), see Box #1 File #18 for booth provenance, undated
item
6 varnished wood, upside-down T shape, painted with green fish and bubbles, 35-inch x 33-inch, see Box #1 File #18 for booth provenance, undated
item
7 gray metal napkin holder with booth number and printed notice for reservation process, 7-inch x 5-inch x 2-inch, see Box #1 File #18 for booth provenance, undated
item
8 wooden supports, painted green, 12.5-inch x 2.5-inch x 1-inch, (2), see Box #1 File #18 for booth provenance, undated
item
9 wooden suppport, painted green, 18-inch x 2.5-inch x 1-inch, see Box #1 File #18 for booth provenance, undated
item
10 wooden support, unpainted, 3 sided box, complete with gum, 14.5-inch x 11.5-inch x 4-inch, with 1.5-inch lip on two sides, see Box #1 File #18 for booth provenance, undated
item
11 round, wooden leg, bass plate around bottom edge, wooden cross bar at top end, 29-inch tall, 18-inch cross support, see Box #1 File #18 for booth provenance, undated
item
12 wood with grooved aluminium around edge, tan vinyl? Or linoleum? On top, 50-inch x 21-inch, see Box #1 File #18 for booth provenance, undated
box item
33 0 bolts, 3-inch, (10), bolts, 6-inch, (2), one bent, nuts, .5-inch, (12), screws, 1.25-inch, (6), screws, 1.25-inch, (6), washers, 1-inch, (12), see Box #1 File #18 for booth provenance, undated
Manuscripts: Clear Lake Surf Ballroom booth
box folder
1 18 electrostatic copy of letter from O’Brien Moving and Storage of Mason City, Iowa to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Christensen of Clearwater, Florida discussing shipment of “goods”, scanned, filed in Correspondence, February 9, 1984
18 electrostatic copy of shipping inventory from Atlas Van-Lines, scanned, filed in Correspondence, undated
18 original letter from Sue and Bruce Christensen of Clearwater, Florida to Griggs discussing sale of booth from Darrel Hein of the Surf Ballroom to Griggs, scanned, filed in Correspondence, March 8, 1984
18 descriptive inventory, packing list, Christensen to Griggs, March 30, 1984
18 original note from Sue Christensen to Bill Griggs with (4) photographs of assembled booth in Surf Ballroom, scanned, filed in Correspondence, April 2, 1984
18 delivery receipt, Roadway Express, Christensen to Griggs, April 12, 1984
Ceramics
box folder
33 1 wall planter, saddle on a fence, tan and brown, 6-inch x 7.5-inch, undated
2 Texas-shaped ashtray, white with 1984 Club in black, 3.5-inch x 3.5-inch, 1984
3-5 Buddy Holly commemorative plates, 25 Years A Legend, (3), 1984
6 leather wallet, western style, undated
7 Buddy Holly commemorative Coca-Cola, September 1997
8 Eye-glasses: Imitation Buddy Holly black-rimmed eye-glasses, March 20, 1993
9 Buddy Holly Memorial Society pens, multi colors, (20), 1975-2011
10 Slide boxes with Griggs’ handwritng of contents, for display, see also slides of various concerts in Clear Lake and Lubbock, (18), 1979-1981
11 Souvenirs/Lubbock Music Festival: Button, patch, Buddy Holly button, LUBBOCK windmill tie-tacks, (27), undated
12 Souvenirs/Petty Studio: Key chains, buttons, pen, VIP passes, undated
13 dirty pieces of wood from Buddy Holly’s house, (4), roughly 12-inch x 2-inch, undated
box item
58 1 of 1 Saltillo clay tile, Buddy Holly face etched, 11.5-inch x 11.5-inch, undated
box item
59 1 of 1 Point of Purchase display for Buddy Holly audio cassette “Well All Right!”, undated
Framed items
item
1 Gold record, presented to Bill Griggs by MCA Records, 20 Greatest Hits of Buddy Holly and The Crickets, 17-inch x 21-inch, wood frame with gold paint, undated
item
2 Gold audio cassette and compact discs, presented to Bill Griggs by MCA Records for The Buddy Holly Collection, 50 Classic Recordings, black plastic frame, 13-inch x 21-inch, August 23, 1995
item
3 Gold record and publicity poster for Winter Dance Party at The Surf Ballroom, presented to Buddy Holly Fan Club from Rock and Roll Legends Magazine and California Gold Record Company, black plastic frame, 25-inch x 19-inch, February 2, 1991
item
4 Portrait of Buddy Holly, oil on canvas, signature illegible, copyrighted 1979, film of nicotine on surface causing discoloration, scanned, 16-inch x 20-inch, 1979
Shirts (Niki Sullivan)
item
1 black shirt, tucked front, collarless, size M, undated
item
2 blue denim shirt, button-down collar, size L, undated
item
3 multi-colored silk shirt, size L, undated
item
4 blue faux-suede shirt, size M, undated
item
5 black dress slacks, size 33 x 32, undated
item
6 white tux shirt, size L, undated
item
7 burgundy faux suede shirt, size M, undated
item
8 sage green and grey golf shirt, size M, undated
item
9 sage green and tan golf shirt, size M, undated
item
10 sage green and tan button-down casual long sleeved shirt, size 16/32-33, undated
item
11 sage green and grey flannel shirt, size L, undated
item
12 smokey blue corduroy button-down casual long sleeved shirt, size M, undated
T-shirts
box item
32 1 Buddy Holly Lives, black with yellow, size XL, undated
2 Buddy Holly Lives, blue with gray, size M, undated
3 Buddy Holly Week ‘85, white with red letters, Holly image in black, unsized, yellowed, 1985
4 I Was At The Holly Days, Lubbock Texas, September 3-6, white with black letters and image of state, size XL, undated
5 Rock Around With Buddy Holly Week, white with blue letters and image, size M, 1982
6 Buddy and Bob Show, Every Sunday on KDAV, white with black letters and image, size 3, undated
7 Buddy Holly, Clear Lake, white with black image, red letters, blue trim, size S, 1983
8 Buddy Holly, Clear Lake, white with black letters, red trim, cartoon image of Crickets on back in green, size XL, 1982
9 The Great Buddy Holly, white, red letters, size L, undated
10 Buddy Holly image in silver glitter on black, size L, undated
11 Buddy Holly image in green on light blue shirt, red letters, size XL, undated
12 Buddy Holly Memorial Society, Fiftieth Birthday, 10th Anniversary, cream colored, red outline of guitar with Buddy Holly image inside, size XL, 1986
13 Buddy Holly, black eye-glasses and signature, white shirt, yellowed, size XL, undated
14 Holly leaves and berries, green and red on white, size S, yellowed, undated
15 Buddy Holly, Sept.7, 1936-Feb. 3, 1959. Buddy image in blue coat on yellow background, white shirt with red trim, size S, undated
16 Buddy Holly…An American Legend, Buddy image in blue coat on yellow background, white shirt with red trim, size S, undated
17 The Buddy Holly Memorial Society, light blue, size L, undated
18 Buddy Holly license plate, blue shirt, yellow letters, size L, undated
19 Buddy Holly Raves On, yellow shirt, Buddy image in blue coat, size L, undated
20 Buddy Holly Raves On, white shirt, Buddy image in blue coat, size L, undated
21 Buddy Holly and The Crickets, autographed by Wick Humble, white with blue letters, size 38, 1973
22 Buddy Holly Rave On, cream with brown print, size L, undated
23 Dodger sportswear, white with black across shoulders, Buddy Holly Revival in black, image of ticket to Memorial Concert in red, size L, 1979
24 Buddy Holly 50th Birthday, white with blue letters, size XL, 1986
25 Buddy Holly That’ll Be The Day, yellow with multi-color image, size M, undated
26 The Austin Rock N Roll Society, white with letters in red on black image of 78rpm record and couple dancing, size 16, stained, yellowed, undated
27 Cartoon Cricket on guitar, “Chirpin’“, black with white image, size L, undated
28 Lubbock Westerners, beige with black letters, size M, undated
29 I Heart SONY Walkman, white with black trim, red heart, sizeXL, undated
30 Gene Vincent and the Blue Caps, Rock N Roll Legend, light blue, size L, undated
31 The Whitesidewalls, Rock N Roll Revue, white with navy letters and trim, size M, undated
32 Whitman Soccer, The Crickets, green with white letters, size L, undated
33 Henry Winkler as The Fonz, white shirt, gray scale image, size L, 1976
34 WMNF 88.5 FM Rave On, Rock N Roll of the 50s and 60s, orange with black and red lettering, size L, undated

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Steamship Artifacts

Clothing
item
1 Cunard Line, man’s dress jacket, white, Cunard logo on pocket, yellowed, undated
item
2 Cunard Line, man’s dress jacket, white with burgundy shoulder and cuffs, Cunard logo on pocket, undated
box item
36 1 Decal: United States Lines, 1T1, red and white stripes on a shield, 3.75-inch x 4.25-inch, undated
2 Notepad: Furness Bermuda Line, Ocean Monarch, leather covered wallet style note pad, mechanical pencil, address book, boxed, made in English Morocco, 3-inch x 4.5-inch, 1951-1967
Soaps
box item
36 3 Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen, boxed, logo stamped on soap, 1929-1941
4 United States Line, red and white striped wrapper with blue eagle logo, worn, 1921-1992
Playing Cards
box item
36 5 Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, unwrapped boxed deck, 1899-1922
6 Cunard/White Star, made by Thomas De La Rue and Company of London, complete boxed deck, 1934-1949
7 Moore-McCormack Lines, double set, boxed, wrapped, 1938-1992
8 Norwegian Caribbean Lines, double set, wrapped, 1966-2017
Dinnerware
box item
36 1-3 Cordial/liqueur glasses (3), clear, triangular white, red, and blue flag with 1819 logo, 1.5-inch x 4.5-inch, undated
4-5 Knowles, Taylor and K, Blue Bird, demitasse, 2-inch x 2-inch, (2), undated
6 Knowles, Taylor and K, Blue Bird, footed creamer, 6.5-inch x 3-inch, undated
7 Knowles, Taylor and K, Blue Bird, tea pot, with lid, spout chipped, 4.75-inch x 3-inch, undated
8 Knowles, Taylor and K, Blue Bird, round vegetable dish, handled, without lid, 5.5-inch, undated
9 Royal Carribean, Splendour of the Seas, cup and saucer (china), undated
10-14 Knowles, Taylor and K, Blue Bird, small round bowl, 4.25-inch, (5), undated
15-19 Knowles, Taylor and K, Blue Bird, small round dish, 3.25-inch, (5), undated
20-24 Knowles, Taylor and K, Blue Bird, saucer, 4.25-inch, (5), undated
25-26 Royal Carribean, Splendour of the Seas, coffee mugs (plastic), (2), undated
27 Knowles, Taylor and K, Blue Bird, oval dish, 7.5-inch x 5.5-inch, undated
28 Knowles, Taylor and K, Blue Bird, oval dish, 8.5-inch x 6-inch, undated
29 Knowles, Taylor and K, Blue Bird, dessert plate, 7-inch, (3), undated
30-31 Royal Carribean, Splendour of the Seas, dessert plates (plastic), (2), undated
32-33 T. and R. Boote Royal Semi-Porcelain, Castelar, dessert plate, 7.75-inch, (2), undated
34-35 T. and R. Boote Royal Semi-Porcelain, Castelar, salad plate, 8.5-inch, (2) undated
36 Royal Carribean, Splendour of the Seas, salad plate (china), 1995-2016
37 T. and R. Boote Royal Semi-Porcelain, Castelar, dinner plate, 9.75-inch, undated
38 Royal Carribean, Splendour of the Seas, dinner plate (china), undated
box item
37 1 American Export Lines, dinner spoon, XII, silver-plate, undated
2 American Export Lines, dinner knife, silver-plate, undated
3 American Export Lines, dinner fork, silver-plate, undated
4 American Export Lines, dinner spoon, silver-plate, undated
5 Holland America logo, dinner knife, WMF silver-plate, undated
6 Holland America logo, butter knife, WMF silver-plate, undated
6 Holland America logo, dinner fork, WMF silver-plate, undated
7 Holland America logo, dinner spoon, , WMF silver-plate, undated
8 Incres Line, dinner knife, Fratellli Broggi silver, scratched, (2), undated
9 Incres Line, dinner fork, Fratelli Broggi silver, tip of handle dented, undated
10 Incres Line, dinner spoon, Fratelli Broggi silver, scratched, undated
11 Royal Carribean, tablespoons, stainless steel, (2), undated
12 WMF Hotel, dinner spoon, stainless steel, undated
13 Ramekin, 6 ounce, fluted, brown exterior, 3.5-inch x 1.75-inch undated
14-17 Cordial/liqueur glasses, (4), clear, (pressed glass), etched, 1.5-inch x 4-inch, undated
18 unidentified glass candle bowl, clear, 4-inch x 3-inch, undated
19 unidentified candlestick, (pressed glass), clear, 2-inch base, 3-inch tall, mini-taper size, undated
20 T. and R. Boote Royal Semi-Porcelain, Castelar, square vegetable bowl, 8-inch square x 2-inch high, undated
21 T. and R. Boote Royal Semi-Porcelain, Lucania, oval dish, 7.5-inch x 5.5-inch, two small chips, undated
22 Royal Caribbean plastic dish cover, brown, 9.5-inch x 2.75-inch, December 2003
23 Lamberton, Sterling, cup (china), 3.5-inch x 2-inch, undated
24 Rosenthal, Laola, cup (china), 3-inch x 3.5-inch, undated
25 unidentified cup, (china), white, 3-inch x 1.5-inch, undated
26 Ridgway Steelite vitreous china bowl, white with blue logo, 5-inch x 1-inch, undated
27 unidentified bowl, (china), white, ornamental handles, 4.5-inch x 1.5-inch, undated
28 unidentified saucer, (china), white, 4-inch, undated
29 Rosenthal, Laola, saucer (china), 6-inch, undated
30 Rosenthal, Laola, bread and butter plate (china), 6-inch, undated
31 Rosenthal, Variation, salad plate (china), 7.5-inch, with Holland America logo, undated
32-33 Rosenthal, Laola, salad or dessert plate (china), 7.5-inch, (2), undated
34 souvenir plate, (china), Queen Mary, Port of Long Beach, 8-inch, undated
35 Lamberton, Sterling, dinner plate (china), 9.5-inch, E-2, undated
36 Rosenthal, Laola, dinner plate (china), 10-inch diameter, with Holland America logo, undated
37 item, Laola, dinner plate (china), 12-inch diameter, with Holland America logo, undated
Various artifacts
box item
38 1 Travel paper pouch, Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen, cream colored with blue ink, 10-inch x 5-inch, undated
2-6 Room service breakfast door-hangers, 4.5-inch x 14-inch, (5), undated
Ashtrays
box item
38 7 American Export, clear glass, round, 3.75-inch, (2), 1974-present
8 American President Lines, clear glass, triangular, 3.5-inch x 3-inch, 1940-present
9 Compagnie Generale Transatlantique’s La Lorraine, painted tin, 2.75-inch x 1-inch with lid, worn but still beautiful, 1899-1922
10 Cunard Lines, clear glass, round, 3.5-inch, undated
11 Greek Line, clear glass, rectangle, 3.75-inch x 3-inch, 1939-1975
12 Orient Line, Orontes logo, Armada silver plate with clear, pressed glass insert, 5.5-inch x 1-inch, 1929-1962
13 Swedish American Line, clear glass, square, 2.5-inch x 2.5-inch, (3), 1925-1975
Candy tins
box item
38 14 Cunard Line, Bensons Confectioners, painted tin, Queen Mary (4) and United States (2), 8-inch x 5-inch x 2-inch (5) and 7.25-inch x 4-inch x 2-inch (1), six tins total in all these configurations, 1934-1967
15 Titanic brand E.S.M. (extra strong mints) S.L. Kaye company, 4-inch x 2.5-inch x 1-inch, 1998
16 Ceramics: United States Lines, Hawaiian planter in shape of fish, yellow, blue, and white, 3-inch x 7-inch, 1952-1969
17 Cigarette lighter: Cunard Line, Caronia, flip-top metal, 1958 World Cruise, 1958
18Metal
box item
38 19 Cunard Line, brass plate, “The R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth, 5-inch x 1.5-inch, 1939-1972
20 Cunard Line, brass plate, “The R.M.S. Queen Mary, 5-inch x 1.5-inch, 1936-2017
21 heavy duty, bat-wing shaped paper clips, (20), 2.25-inch x 1.25-inch, undated
22 Norwegian Cruise Line, Norway, pewter paper weight, circular, flat, 3-inch, 2001
Pencils
box item
38 23 Cunard Liner Queen Elizabeth, Ritepoint mechanical pencil, 5.25-inch, 1950s
24 Cunard White Star Liner Aquitania, Ritepoint mechanical pencil, 5.25-inch, 1940s
25 Norwegian Cruise Line, S.S. Norway, Latitudes, lapel pin/tie tack, (8), 2001
26 driftwood, carved to slightly resemble a foot and leg, 10.5-inch x 5-inch, undated
27 Box from Elkington of Sheffield England, royal blue, 10-inch x 10-inch x 1.25, undated
Steamship Manuscript: Correspondence (shipboard)
box folder
29 1 Cunard Line, Queen Mary, letter card addressed to Mlle. Josephine Cook, 520 Summit at Sherman, Mansfield Ohio, USA,dated “All Souls Day 1963 At Sea”, George VI nine pence stamp, November 2, 1963
2 Grace Line, Santa Paula, empty envelope mailed to and from Mr. Paul E. Bruns, 3463 Cannon Place, The Bronx, N.Y.C., N.Y.S., U.S.A, postmarked Victoria British Columbia Canada, King George V 1930-32 “Arch” Definitive Issue stamps of 1, 2, and 3 cent denomi January 30, 1933
3 Grace Line, Santa Paula, empty envelope mailed to and from Mr. Paul E. Bruns, 3463 Cannon Place, The Bronx, N.Y.C., N.Y.S., U.S.A, postmarked Seattle Washington, 1932 Washington 3 cent stamp in deep violet, accompanied by photo of ship, January 30, 1933
4 Grace Line, Santa Paula, empty envelope mailed to and from Mr. Paul E. Bruns, 3463 Cannon Place, The Bronx, N.Y.C., N.Y.S., U.S.A, postmarked Mazatlan Mexico, orange 5 centavos monument and red 10 centavos 1923 Cuauhtemoc Correos postage stamps, accompani February 7, 1933
5 Grace Line, Santa Paula, empty envelope mailed to and from Mr. Paul E. Bruns, 3463 Cannon Place, The Bronx, N.Y.C., N.Y.S., U.S.A, postmarked Barranquilla Colombia, brown cinco centavos Correos de Colombia - Café Suave - printed by Waterlow and Sons LTD of February 15, 1933
6 Grace Line, Santa Paula, empty envelope mailed to and from Mr. Paul E. Bruns, 3463 Cannon Place, The Bronx, N.Y.C., N.Y.S., U.S.A, postmarked New York N.Y. 1932 Washington 3 cent stamp in deep violet, accompanied by photo of ship, February 21, 1933
7 United States Lines, Manhattan, addressed to E. Schwennesen, 3190 Elston Ave, Chicago Illinois, USA, 5526466282, envelope reads “First Voyage S.S. Manhattan, New York to Queenstown, Plymouth, Havre and Hamburg, Largest Ship Ever Built In America”, postma August 10, 1932
Steamship Manuscript: Printed material
box folder
29 8 American Airlines, boarding pass, 8-inch x 3.25-inch, May 1, 2006
9 Cunard Line, Carpathia, landing card, Miss Lillian Bentham, Titanic survivor, 3.5-inch x 2.75-inch, April 1912
10 Cunard White Star Line, Queen Elizabeth, programme of events, 2185380582, Lee, 4.5-inch x 6-inch, December 28, 1950
11 Holland America Line, Nieuw Amsterdam, helpful information booklet, 6503100575, 32 pages, 3.75-inch x 6.75-inch, 1955
12 Holland America Line, Nieuw Amsterdam, list of passengers, 6503100575, 44 pages, 4.5-inch x 7.75-inch, August 26, 1955
13 Holland America, Nieuw Amsterdam, program of activities, 5.25-inch x 7.75-inch, August 27, to September 2, 1955
14 Norwegian Cruise Line, Norway, email auction documentation, March 31, 2001 to April 3, 2001
15 Norwegian Cruise Line, gratuity guide for stateroom steward, 5.5-inch x 4.25-inch, 2001
16 Norwegian Cruise Line, Norway, information leaflet, Brief History of the World’s Longest Passenger Steamer, 6 pages, 8.5-inch x 11-inch, 2001
17 Norwegian Cruise Line, luggage tags, (2), 4-inch x 2-inch, 2001
18 Norwegian Cruise Line, membership kit, March 2001
19 Norwegian Cruise Line, Norway, paper napkins, 2001 Farewell Season, 5-inch x 5-inch, 2001
20 Norwegian Cruise Line, passenger ticket contract, 8.5-inch x 10.5-inch, April 3, 2001
21 Royal Caribbean, paper napkins, white with blue logo, (5), 4-inch x 7.5-inch, undated
22 United States Line, drink coasters, (3), red, white, blue, 3.5-inch, undated
23 United States Line, United States, pay forms, passage reports, position reports, 5.5-inch x 8.5-inch, 1917?
Steamship Manuscript: Stationery
box folder
29 24 American Mail Line and Dollar Steamship Line, postcard, 5.5-inch x 7-inch, undated
25 Cunard Line, Caronia, postcard, 5.5-inch x 3.5-inch, undated
26 Farrell Lines, sheet, (10), 8.5-inch x 11-inch, undated
27 Hapag-Lloyd Line, Europa, note cards, (4), 5.5-inch x 4.25, undated
Steamship Artifacts: Textiles
box item
35 1 Cunard Line, man’s dress tie, red, diagonal stripe, Cunard logo, undated
2 American President Lines dish towel, white with one red stripe, 27-inch x 17-inch, yellowed or coffee stained, undated
3 American Export Lines dishtowel, white, 31-inch x 19-inch, stained, undated
4 Cunard Line, badges, (2), epaulettes (7) embroidered Cunard logo of lion, crown, and wreath, undated
5 Cunard White Star dish towel, white with blue stripe, 17-inch x 13-inch, undated
6 Dinner napkin, light blue, stained, 19-inch x 19-inch, undated
7 Royal Carribean bathtowel, white, 45-inch x 27-inch, yellowed, undated
8 Royal Carribean washcloth, white, 12-inch x 12-inch, yellowed, undated
9 U.S. Lines dish towel, white, 34-inch x 19-inch, some spots, undated
10 Deck chair blanket, blue-black-red tartan, possibly Clan MacKay, gold embroidered initials C.G.E., gold embroidered date 1947, 60-inch x 55-inch, 1947

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Oversize Material

Unframed items
box item
2 1 signed print of abstract painting by T.Byrd, hand on guitar neck, 9.5-inch x 7.5-inch, undated
2 enlarged photograph of crash site, black and white, attached paper banner reads, “The Day The Music Cried - Feb 3, 1959”, photo credit Elwen Musser, Globe Gazette, Mason City, Iowa, 19.5-inch x 16-inch, February 3, 1959
3 Official Memorandum by Mark White, Governor of Texas, designation of Buddy Holly Week in Texas, on 50th anniversary of Holly’s birth, mounted on white foamboard, 12-inch x 17-inch, July 8th, 1986
4 watercolor and ink full-length portrait of Buddy Holly standing at microphone with Fender guitar, artist credit to Jim O’Brien, painted on 100% rag illustrator board, some yellowing from nicotine, 19-inch x 23-inch, 1988
5 Buddy Holly Memorial Society sign, painted light blue on fine-grade cardboard, blue letters with yellow accents, 22-inch x 14-inch, undated
6 The Crickets: “That’ll Be The Day”; 78rpm record mounted on white plastic, issued by Vogue and Coral of England, broken and repaired, 11-inch x 14-inch, undated
7 snap-shot collage of opening events for The Buddy Holly Story motion picture, pictured are Maria Elena Holly, Gary Busey, Charles Martin Smith, Bill Griggs, J. I. Allison, black wooden frame, 29.5-inch x 21-inch, 1978
8 matted pen and ink drawing of Holly’s face, name, dates, on yellow paper, donated by Randy Arbogast of Pennsylvania, artist Monte Hummel of Florida, see also audio cassettes from Arbogast, 11-inch x 14-inch, 1980
9 Waylon Jennings ticket collage, 11-inch x 14-inch, September 7, 1979
10 Buddy Holly and the Crickets photograph, type C dye-cupler photograph, 14-inch x 11-inch, undated
11 Clear Lake Mirror Reporter newsprint, 32-inch x 23-inch, January 30, 1980
Event posters - large
box item
3 1 British poster, Buddy Holly Rock ‘N’ Roll Movie Week, copy 1 of 2, neon green, September 7-11, 1981
2 British poster, Buddy Holly Rock ‘N’ Roll Movie Week, copy 2 of 2, neon pink, 20-inch x 30-inch, September 7-11, 1981
3 The Buddy Holly Story, movie poster style A, Columbia Pictures, 27-inch x 41-inch, 1978
4 The Buddy Holly Story, movie poster style B, Columbia Pictures, 27-inch x 41-inch, 1978
5 Movie poster, Just For Fun, autographed by Bobby Vee and Sonny Curtis, 27-inch x 41-inch, 1963
6 Movie poster, Paramount pictures, Come On, Let’s Live A LittleMambo, autographed by Bobby Vee, 27-inch x 41-inch, 1966
7 Rock and Roll, Buddy Holly, a biography in words, photographs, and music, Paramount, 22-inch x 35-inch, undated
Steamship Posters
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1 1 Cunard Line, Britannic, four color offset print, 18-inch x 22-inch, 1929-1960
2 Cunard Line, Caronia, four color offset print, 18-inch x 22-inch, 1947-1967
3 Cunard Line, Mauretania, four color offset print, 18-inch x 22-inch, 1906-1934
4 Cunard Line, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary, four color offset print by C.G. Evers, 22-inch x 18-inch, 1934-1968
5 Ocean Times, R.M.S. Aquitania, pages 1-8, July 31, 1938
Newspaper copies
folder item
1 6 The Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, copy of front page, April 16, 1912
7 The Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, copy of front page, April 17, 1912
8 The Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, copy of front page, April 19, 1912
9 The Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, copy of front page, April 20, 1912
Menus
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1 10 American Export Lines, Exeter, lunch, 2199253859, black and green lithograph photo of Old Appian Way, 9-inch x 12-inch, July 27, 1954
11 American Export Lines, Exeter, lunch, 2199253859, black and green lithograph photo of Baalbek near Beirut, 9-inch x 12-inch, August 12, 1954
12 American Export Lines, Constitution, lunch, 6570051953, black and taupe lithograph photo of The Capitol in Washington, D.C., 9-inch x 12-inch, June 25, 1955
13 American Export Lines, Independence, lunch, black and tan lithograph photo of entrance to Royal Palace Monaco, 9-inch x 12-inch, February 4, 1958
14 American Export Lines, Independence, lunch, black and green lithograph photo of Bosphorus Sea near Istanbul, 9-inch x 12-inch, February 5, 1958
15 American Export Lines, Independence, lunch, black and green lithograph photo of Baalbek near Beirut, 9-inch x 12-inch, February 7, 1958
16 American Export Lines, Constitution, dinner, 2241497426, BKE, four color offset print of the bark Belle of Oregon and her figurehead, 9.25-inch x 12.25-inch, April 28, 1962
17 Cunard Line, Mauretania, Mr. Wise and party, four color print of pen and ink watercolor, 4-inch x 5-inch, February 25, 1926
18 Cunard Line, Queen Elizabeth, dinner, four color offset print of Frank H. Mason painting of Big Ben and Thames River, 2179777495, Lee, 6-inch x 8-inch, November 2, 1950
19 Cunard Line, Carinthia, dinner, four color offset print of historical explorers, 2164450463, BBA, 8.24-inch x 10.5-inch, August 16, 1957
20 Cunard Line, Carinthia, lunch, four color print from an engraving of 1840 picturing the Rideau Canal, Bytown, Canada, 2164450463, BBA, 8.25-inch x 10.5-inch , August 17, 1957
21 Cunard Line, Carinthia, lunch, four color offset print from photo of Lac d’Annecy, Duingt France, 2164450463, BBA, 8.25-inch x 10.5-inch, August 19, 1957
22 Cunard Line, Carinthia, dinner, four color print of David Shepherd painting of scene at Plymouth, 2164450463, BBA, 8.25-inch x 10.5-inch, August 20, 1957
23 Cunard Line, Queen Mary, dinner, four color lithograph of city scene, 2178372911, ACK, 6-inch x 8-inch, August 1, 1963
24 Cunard Line, Queen Mary, dinner, four color offset print of Trafalgar Square, London England, 2178372911, ACK, 6-inch x 8-inch, August 9, 1963
25 Cunard White Star Line, Queen Elizabeth, lunch, four color offset print of Vernon Ward painting, 2185380582, Lee, 8.25-inch x 10.5-inch, December 24, 1950
26 Grace Line, Santa Paula, dinner, four color offset print photo of La Guaira-Caracas Autopista, 653504817, BEE, 10-inch x 13-inch, September 16, 1969
27 Grace Line, Santa Maria, cover only, no menu insert, black and blue lithograph of Cathedral and Archbishop’s Palace Lima Peru, 2179620809, 8-inch x 11-inch, undated
28 Norwegian Cruise Line, bar service menu, 14-inch x 5.5-inch folded in fourths, December 1983
29 Norwegian Cruise Line, diner Italien, black and green lithograph of Venice, Millennium Celebration, 9-inch x 12-inch, 2000
30 United States Lines, United States, gala dinner, four color offset print of ship at sea with gold lettering, 8.5-inch x 11-inch, April 28, 1956
31-35 United States Lines, United States, dinner, black lithograph of U.S. Capitol, 8.5-inch x 11-inch, (5), June 22, 1962

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Audio-Visual Material

7-inch 33-1/3-rpm records
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39 1 Otto Ackermann: Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra: Mozart’s “Symphony No. 14 in A” (K. 114) (Musical Masterworks Society E 3 KU 5538), undated
2 Otto Ackermann: Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra: Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” (Overture), K.527, (Concert Hall, E3 KU 5521), undated
3 Rock a Billy’s Volume 1: Joe Clay; Cliff Blakley; George Hamilton / Narvel Felts; Buddy Holly “Holly Hop”; Art Adams; Jim McDonald (Gypsy TRG-101), undated
4 Rock Odyssey “Tribute to Buddy Holly”: “Think It Over”; “Bo Diddley”; “Love’s Made a Fool of You”; “Not Fade Away”; “Brown Eyed Handsome Man” / “Oh Boy”; “Peggy Sue”; “It’s So Easy”; “That’ll Be the Day” (Barclay 620 512), 1978
5 “That’ll Be the Day” (EMI Ronco 4C-MR 2002/3 promotional), 1974
7-inch 78-rpm records
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39 1 Jimmy Carroll and Orchestra: The Song Singers “Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight” / Tex Stewart and The Song Singers “They Were Doin’ the Mambo”; (Bell 1057), undated
7-inch 45-rpm records
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39 1 Abbott and Costello “How to Beat the Horses” / “Who’s on First?” (unmarked AC 100), undated
2 Harold Alexander: “Sandy’s Love” (Atlantic 45-3212 mono/stereo), 1974
3 Steve Alaimo: 1: “Amerikan Music” / 2: “Nobody’s Fool” (Entrance ZS7 7507), 1972
4 Alexander’s Timeless Bloozband: K-11534: “Maybe Baby” (both sides radio station copy) (Kapp K-967), undated
5 Davie Allan and the Arrows: A: “Stoked on Christmas” (Medly) / B: “Flashback” (Playground MRC-0901, sleeve autographed by Jim Pewter), 1984
6 Susie Allanson: VCA 7636: “Maybe Baby” (both sides promotional) (Warner Brothers WBS 8534), 1978
7 Barbara Allen: “Good-By Lonesome, Hello Happy” / “I’m Almost Over You” (Presta 1012 promotional), undated
8 Jeff Allen: A: “Guilty Mind” / B: “That’ll Be the Day” (Verve V-10064x45), undated
9 The Alley Cats: P-AAL 1: “Puddin N’ Tain (Ask Me Again, I’ll Tell You the Same)” / P-AAL 2: “Feel So Good” (Phillies 108), 1962
10 Hershel Almond: S-245: “Let’s Get It On” / S-246: “The Great Tragedy” (Ace 558), 1959
11 Al Anderson: ZTS 224321: “We’ll Make Love” (both sides promotional) (Vanguard VSD-35168), 1973
12 Herb Oscar Anderson: 45-26786: “Let’s Have a Community Sing” / 45-26787: “Shine On Harvest Moon” (Capitol 2164), undated
13 Angelioc Gospel Singers: A: “Jesus Never Fails Me” / B: “I’ll Be Alright” (Nashboro 45-558), undated
14 The Angels: YW1-29908: “My Boyfriend’s Back” / YW1-29909: “(Love Me) Now” (Smash S-1834), undated
15 The Angels: YW1-30649: “I Adore Him” / YW1-30650: “Thank You and Goodnight” (Smash S-1854), undated
16 The Angels: A: “Thank You and Goodnight” / Leslie Gore: B: “Maybe I Know” (Solid Gold G-500), undated
17 Paul Anka: AMP 45-2015: “Diana” / AMP 45-980: “Don’t Gamble with Love” (ABC-Paramount 45-9831), 1957
18 Paul Anka: AMP 45-977: “You Are My Destiny” / AMP 45-978: “When I Stop Loving You (That’ll Be the Day)” (ABC-Paramount 45-9880 copy 1 of 2), 1957
19 Paul Anka: AMP 45-977: “You Are My Destiny” / AMP 45-978: “When I Stop Loving You (That’ll Be the Day)” (ABC-Paramount 45-9880 copy 2 of 2), 1957
20 Paul Anka: AMP 45-3245: “Crazy Love” / AMP 45-3237: “Let’s Keep the Bells Ringing” (ABC-Paramount 45-9907), 1958
21 Paul Anka: AMP 45-3483: “(All of a Sudden) My Heart Sings” / AMP 45-3284: “That’s Love” (ABC-Paramount 45-9987), 1958
22 Paul Anka: AMP 45-3615: “I Miss You So” / AMP 45-3347: “Late Last Night” (ABC-Paramount 45-10011), 1959
23 Paul Anka: AMP 45-3410: “Lonely Boy” / AMP 45-3394: “Your Love” (ABC-Paramount 45-10,022), 1959
24 Paul Anka: AMP 45-3884: “Adam and Eve” / AMP 45-3394: “Puppy Love” (ABC-Paramount 45-3885), 1960
25 Paul Anka: AMP 45-3995: “My Home Town” / AMP 45-3409: “Something Happened” (ABC-Paramount 45-10,106), 1960
26 Paul Anka: AMP 45-10000: “Hello Young Lovers” / AMP 45-3997: “I Love You in the Same Old Way” (ABC-Paramount 45-10132), 1960
27 Paul Anka: AMP 45-10292: “Dance On Little Girl” / AMP 45-3616: “I Talk to You (On the Telephone)” (ABC-Paramount 45-10220), 1961
28 Paul Anka: M2PW-5575: “Love Me Warm and Tender” / M2PW-5577: “I’d Like to Know)” (RCA Victor 47-7977), 1962
29 Paul Anka: A: “Lonely Boy” / B: “Puppy Love” (Buccaneer 45-3006), undated
30 Annette [Funicello]: y: “Dreaming about You” / z: “Strummin’ Song” (Buena Vista F-388), undated
31 Annette [Funicello] and The Afterbeats: ZTSP-28789: “Tall Paul” / ZTSP-28790: “Ma--He’s Making Eyes at Me” (Disneyland F-1118), 1959
32 Ray Anthony: 45-11239: “The Bunny Hop” / 45-11241: “The Hokey Pokey” (Capitol F2427), 1953
33 The Applejacks: A: “Sophisticated Swing” / B: “Mexican Hat Rock” (Cameo C149), 1958
34 Ar and the Rockin’ Ricochettes: A: “Rock On” / B: “Carl’s Rockabilly Roll” (Mean Mountain Music MM-1424), 1982
35 The Astronauts: SPKM-4377: “The La La La Song” / SPKM-4365: “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore” (RCA Victor 47-8628 promotional), undated
36 Chet Atkins: K2WW-1521: “Teensville” / K2WW-1516: “One Mint Julep” (RCA Victor 47-7684), 1960
37 Aurelia: WG 101: “King Kong Blues” / WG 102: “Sandy’s Song” (Will Gill Amusements promotional), 1987
38 Frankie Avalon: 1036 A: “Bobby Sox to Stockings” / 1036 B: “A Boy without a Girl” (Chancellor C 1036), 1959
39 Frankie Avalon: 45-1036-A: “Bobby Sox to Stockings” / 45-1036-B: “A Boy without a Girl” (Chancellor C-1036), 1959
40 Frankie Avalon: A: “Just Ask Your Heart” / B: “Two Fools” (Chancellor C-1040), 1959
41 Frankie Avalon: A: “Why” / B: “Swingin’ on a Rainbow” (Chancellor C-1045), 1959
42 Frankie Avalon: A: “Don’t Throw Away All Those Teardrops” / B: “Talk, Talk, Talk” (Chancellor C 1048), 1960
43 Frankie Avalon: 45-1077 A: “Gotta Get a Girl” / 45-1077 B: “Who Else But You” (Chancellor C 1077), 1961
44 Frankie Avalon: “Midnight Lady” / “Roses Grow beyond the Wall” (De-Lite DE 1595), 1977
45 Frankie Avalon: “Midnight Lady” / “Roses Grow beyond the Wall” (De-Lite DE 1595 promotional), 1977
46 Alton Baird and The Moonlighters: U4KM-0268: “Today, From Now On” / UK4M-0269: “Sorry, Sorry” (Moonlighter MR-0268), undated
47 Jim Bakus: 45-JB-11321: “Delicious!” / 45-JB-11322: “I Need a Vacation” (Jubilee 45-5330), undated
48 R. C. Bannon: ZSS 163818: “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore” / ZSS 163819: “All of the Best” (Columbia #-10655), 1977 1977
49 R. C. Bannon: ZSS 163818: “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore” (both sides promotional) (Columbia #-10655), 1977 1977
50 Roy Bargy orchestra with Jimmy Durante: “The Song’s Gotta Come From The Heart” / “A Real Piano Player” (RCA Victor 49-3229), undated
51 Blue Baron and His Orchestra: 50-XY-29: “Cruising down the River” / 50-XY-184: “You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling in Love)” (MGM KGC 119), undated
52 Barry and The Tamerlanes: 100143: “I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonight” / 100144: “Don’t Go” (Valiant 6034), undated
53 Joe Barry: J-7396: “I’m a Fool to Care” / J-7387: “I Got a Feeling” (Jin 45-144), undated
54 Hulan Bass: 1: “Little Bitty Man” (H. Bass-J. Solley) / Jim Solley: 2: “Hand in Hand” (J. Solley) (Brill 100), undated
55 Les Baxter and His Orchestra: 45-7578: “Quiet Village” / 45-10541: “Indian Summer” (Capitol F2225), undated
56 The Beat Buddies: a: “Let’s Go” / b: “A Tribute to Buddy Holly” (Hansa 18 528 AT), undated
57 Harry Belafonte: F2PW-8202: “Banana Boat (Day-O)” / F2PW-8703 “Star-O” (RCA Victor 47-6771), 1956
58 Harry Belafonte: J2PW-5657: “Banana Boat (Day-O)” / J2PW-5568: “Jamaica Farewell” (RCA Victor 447-0324), undated
59 The Bell Notes: JO9W-2164: “I’ve Had It” / JO9W-2165: “Be Mine” (Time 1004), undated
60 Marc Bellin: U-18378: “I Won’t Forget My Peggy Sue” (both sides same) (Brownwood BWD 2001), undated
61 P. J. Belly [Robert Gamble]: A: “Down on Main” / B: “Not Fade Away” (Nor Va Jak NVJ-1335 copy 1 of 2 autographed), undated
62 P. J. Belly [Robert Gamble] and the Lone Star Blues Band: A: “Down on Main” / B: “Not Fade Away” (Nor Va Jak NVJ-1335 copy 2 of 2), undated
63 Boyd Bennett: K9551: “Seventeen” / K9669: “My Boy-Flat Top” (Collectables COL-3628), 1988
64 Brook Benton: YW12634: “Endlessly” / YW12635: “So Close” (Mercury 71443X45), undated
65 Brook Benton: YW12636: “So Many Ways” / YW18696: “So Close” (Mercury 71512X45), undated
66 Brook Benton: YW187814: “Some Day You’ll Want Me to Want You” / YW19550: “Fools Rush In” (Mercury 71722X45), undated
67 Berlin Opera: Verdi’s Il Trovatore (Royale EP149), undated
68 Chuck Berry: 8499: “Rock and Roll Music” / 8381: “Blue Feeling” (Chess 1671), 1957
69 Mike Berry: A: “Stay Close to Me” (Buddy Holly) / B: “Hey Joe” (Lightning LIG 555), 1979
70 Mike Berry: ZSS 167674: “One By One” / ZSS 167674: “Stay Close to Me” (Buddy Holly) (Epic 9-50913), 1980
71 Mike Berry: ZSS 167674: “One By One” (both sides same promotional) (Epic 9-50913), 1980
72 Mr. Acker Bilk: 60C-5195: “Cielito Lindo” / 60C-5202: “Stranger on the Shore” (Atco 45-62`7), undated
73 Billy and the Glens: K9OW-6748: “Oh Boy!” (S. West-B. Tilghman-N. Petty) / K9OW-6749: “I Believe in You” (JARO J-77006 promotional), undated
74 Frank Black RCA Orchestra with James Melton: “Little Grey Home In The West” / “The Sunshine of Your Smile” (RCA Victor 49-0815-A), undated
75 Frank Black RCA Orchestra with Risë Stevens: “Toyland” / “I Can’t Do The Sum” (RCA Victor WDM 1396 49-1244-A), undated
76 Frank Black RCA Orchestra with Risë Stevens: “Because You’re You” / “Moonbeams” (RCA Victor WDM 1396 49-1245-A), undated
77 Frank Black RCA Orchestra with Risë Stevens: “‘Neath The Southern Moon” / “Gypsy Love Song” (RCA Victor WDM 1396 49-1246-A), undated
78 Frank Black RCA Orchestra with Risë Stevens: “Rose Of The World” / “I’m Falling in Love with Someone” (RCA Victor WDM 1396 49-1247-A), undated
79 Jeanne Black: 45-33468: “He’ll Have to Stay” (A. Allison-J. Allison-C. Grean) / Jeanne and Janie: 45-33469: “Under Your Spell Again” (Capitol 4368), undated
80 Marcie Blaine: LDG 120 A: “Bobby’s Girl” / Ernie Maresca LDG 120 B: “Shout, Shout (Knock Yourself Out)” (Collectables LDG 2120), 1982
81 Jerry Blavat: A: “Discophonic Walk” / B: “Back to School One More Time” (Favor 100), undated
82 Archie Bleyer: ZTSP-6704: “The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane” / ZTSP-6705: “Hernando’s Hideaway” (Cadence 1603), undated
83 Reath Blickenderfer and Al Russ Orchestra square dances: 902022-A: “That’ll Be the Day” / 902022-B: “That’ll Be the Day” (Top 25348), undated
84 Bob and Sheri: 926-A: “The Surfer Moon” / 926-B: “Humpty Dumpty” (Safari 101, produced by Brian Wilson), undated
85 Bobby and His Orbits: A: “Felicia” / B: “Bandstand Dancing” (Rock ‘N Mania RM-002), undated
86 Bobby Fuller: N8OW-3009: “Guess We’ll Fall in Love” / N8OW-3010: “You’re in Love” (Yucca 45-140), undated
87 Bobby Fuller Four: DF-266-710: “Love’s Made a Fool of You” (Buddy Holly-Bob Montgomery) / DF-366-711: “Don’t Ever Let Me Know” (Mustang 3016), undated
88 Bobby Fuller Four: A: “I Fought the Law” (S. Curtiss) / Ronny and the Jerrycans: B: “Sheila” (Surprise JTU 802), undated
89 Eddie Bond with the Jordannaires: A: “The Legend of Buford Pusser” / B: “Buford Pusser” (Tab 675), undated
90 Johnny Bond: 5312: “10 Little Bottles” / 7073: “Let It Be Me” (Starday 704), undated
91 U. S. Bonds: ZTSP 67904: “Quarter to Three” / ZTSP 67905: “Time Ole Story” (Legrand 1008), undated
92 Booket T. and the M. G.s: STX-6295: “Green Onions” / STX-6296: “Behave Yourself” (Stax S-127), undated
93 Lelly Boone: A: “Everyday” (Hardin, Petty) / B: “Auntie May” (Penny Farthing PEN 885), 1975
94 Pat Boone: M-8579: “Two Hearts” / M-8580: “Tra-La-La” (Dot 4-15338), undated
95 Pat Boone: MX-8696: “Aint That a Shame” / MW-8698: “Tennessee Saturday Night” (Dot 45-15377), undated
96 Pat Boone: MW-8945: “No Other Arms” / MW-8964: “At My Front Door” (Dot 45-15422), undated
97 Pat Boone: MW9034: “Tutti’ Frutti” / MW9035: “I’ll Be Home” (Dot 45-15443), undated
98 Pat Boone: MW-9405: “Anastasia” / MW-9410: “Don’t Forbid Me” (Dot 45-15521 copy 1 of 2), undated
99 Pat Boone: MW-9405: “Anastasia” / MW-9410: “Don’t Forbid Me” (Dot 45-15521 copy 2 of 2), undated
100 Pat Boone: MW-11009: “If Dreams Came True” / MW-11016: “That’s How Much I Love You” (Dot 45-15785), undated
101 Pat Boone: MW-12267: “Good Rockin’ Tonight” / MW-12269: “With the Wind and the Rain in Your Hair” (Dot 45-15888), undated
102 Pat Boone: MW-12991: “Twixt Twelve and Twenty” / MW-12274: “Rock Boll Weevil” (Dot 45-15955), undated
103 Pat Boone: MW-14070: “The Exodus Song” / MW-14071: “There’s a Moon Out Tonight” (Dot 45-16176), undated
104 Pat Boone: MB-8696: “Aint That a Shame” / MB-9221: “Friendly Persuasion” (Dot 45-108), undated
105 Pat Boone: MW-9035: “I’ll Be Home” / MW-9057: “I Almost Lost My Mind” (Dot 45-151), undated
106 Pat Boone: “A Date with Pat Boone” EPM-1114: “Don’t Forbid Me”, “Why Did I Choose You” / EPM-1115: “Rock Me Baby”, “The Fat Man” (Dot DEP-1055), undated
107 The Bopcats: 1: “Rocket”, “Rockabilly Baby” / 2: “Lose My Cool”, “Bop-a-lend” (Showtime STEP001), undated
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40 1 Walter Brennan: LB-1383: “Old Rivers” / LB-1384: “The Epic Ride of John H. Glenn” (Liberty 55436), 1962
2 Walter Brennan: MB-13954: “Dutchman’s Gold” / MB-14316: “Back to the Farm” (Dot 45-142), 1965
3 Teresa Brewer: 45-85959: “Skinnie Minnie (Fish Tail)” / 45-83260: “I Had Someone Else Before I Had You” (Coral 9-61197), 1954
4 Teresa Brewer: 45-87073: “Let Me Go, Lover!” / 45-85612: “The Moon Is on Fire” (Coral 9-61315), 1954
5 Teresa Brewer: 87527: “I Don’t Want to Be Lonely Tonight” / 87529: “Silver Dollar” (Coral 9-61394), 1956
6 Teresa Brewer: 88762: “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” / 88089: “It’s Siesta TimeCoral 9-61548), 1955
7 Teresa Brewer: 89250: “A Tear Fell” / 89249: “Silver Dollar” (Coral 9-61590), 1956
8 Teresa Brewer: 106,409: “Heavenly Lover” /106,410: “Silver Dollar” (Coral 9-62084), 1959
9 Teresa Brewer: “Music, Music Music”: 1: “Music, Music Music”, “At Sundown” / 2: “My Buddy”, “Sunday” / 3: “Where the Black-Eyed Susans Grow”, “When I Leave the World Behind” / 4: “Darkness on the Delta”, “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” (Coral EC 82023), undated
10 Skip Brooks: 1: “Learning the Game” (Buddy Holly) / 2: “You’re a Heartbreaker” (Elvis Presley) (Crickett Records NR8427, recorded at Nesman Sound, Wichita Falls), undated
11 The Browns: K2WW-0546: “The Three Bells” / K2WW-0549: “Heaven Fell Last Night” (RCA 47-7555), 1959
12 The Browns: K2WW-1473: “Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)” / K2WW-1472: “Blue Bells Ring” (RCA 47-7614), 1959
13 The Brunswick Playboys: “Just Call on Me” (Holley) / “My Heart Is an Open Book” (Arc A1106), undated
14 (Bill) Buchanan and (Bob) Ancell: XX-1231: “The Creature” / XX-1232: “Meet the Creature” (Flying Saucer 501), undated
15 Buck and Buddy: S45-77435: “Too Old to Cut the Mustard” (Bill Carlisle) / S45-77436: “Wham Bam” (B. Owens-B. Owens-D. Rich) (Capitol 3215), undated
16 B. Bumble and the Stingers: 1: “Nut Rocker” / 2. “Nautilus” (Rendezvous R-166), undated
17 Dick Bush: 45-HN-159: “Hollywood Party” / 45-HN-160: “Ezactly” (Era 45-1067), undated
18 Constantine Callinicos RCA Orchestra with Mario Lanza: 49-0632-A: “Che Gelida Manina” / 49-0632-B: “Celeste Aida” (RCA Victor WDM 1330), 1949
19 Constantine Callinicos RCA Orchestra with Mario Lanza: 49-0633-A: “Mamma Mia Che Vo’ Sape?” / 49-0633-B: “Core ‘Ngrato” (RCA Victor WDM 1330), 1949
20 Constantine Callinicos RCA Orchestra with Mario Lanza: 49-1248-A: “Libiamo, Ne Lieti Calici” / 49-1248-B: “M’Appari” (RCA Victor 1395), 1951
21 Constantine Callinicos RCA Orchestra with Mario Lanza: 49-1249-A: “Stolta Paura, L’Amour” / 49-1249-B: “La Fleur Que Tu M’Avais Jetee” (RCA Victor WDM 1395), 1951
22 Constantine Callinicos RCA Orchestra with Mario Lanza: 49-1250-A: “Dicon Ch’Oltre Mare” / 49-1250-B: “O Paradiso!” (RCA Victor WDM 1395), 1951
23 Bob Campbell: “Six-Foot Woman” / “Songs of Love” (Tornado TR-154, produced by Norman Petty), undated
24 Glen Campbell: “Turn Around, Look at Me” / “Brenda” (Crest 45-1087), 1961
25 Glen Campbell: “Once More” / “The Miracle of Love” (Crest 45-1096), 1961
26 Glen Campbell: 8818: “For the Love of a Woman” / 8820: “Smokey Blue Eyes” (Starday 853 promotional), 1968
27 Jo Ann Campbell: R-7021: Five Minutes More” / R-7022: “Jim Dandy” (Rori R-711), undated
28 The Campers: JZSP 115824: “Minnie the Mermaid” / JZSP 115825: “All at the Very Same Time” (Columbia 4-43859), undated
29 Ray Campi: 1096: “Ballad of Donna and Peggy Sue” / 1097: “The Man I Met” (D 1047), 1959
30 Ace Cannon: HI 2157: “Tuff” / HI 2158: “Sittin’ Tight” (Hi 45-2040 copy 1 of 2 [autographed sleeve?]), 1961
31 Ace Cannon: HI 2157: “Tuff” / HI 2158: “Sittin’ Tight” (Hi 45-2040 copy 2 of 2, alternate state), 1961
32 Ace Cannon: “Moanin’ the Blues” / “Swanee River” (Hi 45-2070 [no record--sleeve only]), undated
33 Ace Cannon: HI 2353: “Love Letters in the Sand” / HI 2352: “Searchin’” (Hi 45-2074), 1964
34 Freddy Cannon: A: “Way Down Yonder in New Orleans” / B: “Fractured” (Swan S-4043), 1959
35 Freddie Cannon: A: “Way Down Yonder in New Orleans” / B: “Fractured” (Swan S4043 reissue), undated
36 Maureen Cannon: 45-JB-714: Mama - Come Save Your Child” / 45-JB-715: “Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh” (Jubilee 45-5272), undated
37 The Capris: 1034: “Why Do I Cry” / 1045: “Tears in My Eyes” (Old Town 1103), undated
38 Cardinals: A-649-10 SP: “Kiss Me Baby” / A-775-10-SP: “Wheel of Fortune” (Atlantic 45-958), undated
39 Cathy Carr: 1: “Ivory Tower” / 2: “Please, Please Believe Me” (Fraternity F-734), 1955
40 Cathy Carr: 13267: “First Anniversary” / 13266: “With Love” (Roulette R-4125), 1959
41 Cathy Carroll: TDX-7008: “Jimmy Love” / TDX-7031: “Deep in a Young Boy’s Heart” (Triodex 110), 1961
42 Mindi Carson: ZSP 36560: “Wake the Town and Tell the People” / ZSP 36561: “Hold Me Tight (I’m in Love)” (Columbia 4-40537 copy 1 of 2), 1955
43 Mindi Carson: ZSP 36560: “Wake the Town and Tell the People” / ZSP 36561: “Hold Me Tight (I’m in Love)” (Columbia 4-40537 copy 2 of 2), 1955
44 Enrico Caruso with Orchestra: A: “La Danza-Tarantella Napolitana” / B: “L’Addio A Napoli” (RCA Victor Red Seal 17-0133), undated
45 Tony Casanova: A-45-532: “Diary of a High School Bride” theme / A-45-533: “When I Say Bye Bye” (American International), 1959
46 The Casinos: A: “Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye” / B: “I Still Love You” (Fraternity F977), 1967
47 Richard Chamberlain: 62-XY-25: “Theme from Dr. Kildare” / 62-XY-26: “A Kiss to Build a Dream On” (MGM K13075), undated
48 The Chaperones: Joz-399: “Shining Star” / P-4023: “Cruise to the Moon” (Virgo VO-6020), undated
49 Bobby Charles: 7930: “Later Alligator” / 7929: “On Bended Knee” (Chess 1609). 1955
50 Ray Charles: A-2970: “You Be My Baby” / A-2972: “My Bonnie” (Atlantic 45-1196), 1958
51 Ray Charles: AMP 45-10767: “I Can’t Stop Loving You” / AMP 45-10768: “Born to Lose” (ABC-Paramount 45-10330), 1962
52 Chubby Checker: A: “The Twist” / B: “Toot” (Parkway 811), 1960
53 Chubby Checker: A: “The Twist” / C: “Twistin’ U. S. A.” (Parkway 811), 1961
54 Chubby Checker: A: “Let’s Limbo Some More” / C: “Twistin’ U. S. A.” (Parkway P-862), 1963
55 Chubby Checker: A: “Let’s Do the Freddie” / B: “(At the) Discoteheque” (Parkway P-949), 1965
56 Chubby Checker: MSC 9032: “Let’s Twist Again” / MSC 9033: “The Twist” (London HLU 10512), 1976
57 The Cheers: 45-19241: “Arivederci” / 45-12942: “I Need Your Lovin’ (Bazoom)” (Capitol F2921 copy 1 of 2), 1954
58 The Cheers: 45-19241: “Arivederci” / 45-12942: “I Need Your Lovin’ (Bazoom)” (Capitol F2921 copy 2 of 2), 1954
59 The Chequers: A: “Everyday” (Hardin-Petty) / B: “Butler’s Cross” (James) (Rhino RNO 112), 1972
60 The Chiffons: NO8W3676: “He’s So Fine” / NO8W3677: “Oh My Lover” (Laurie 3152), 1963
61 Harry Choates: 1050: “Jole Blon” / 1051: “Corpus Christi Waltz” (D 1024), undated
62 The Chordettes: ZTSP26635: “Just Between You and Me” / ZTSP26636: “Soft Sands” (Cadence 1330), 1957
63 The Chordettes: J9-OW-1888: “LOLLIPOP” / J7-OW-1889: “Baby, Come-A Back-A” (Cadence 1345), 1958
64 The Chords: C1233: “Sh-Boom” / C-1235: “Little Maiden” (Cat 45-104), 1954
65 Bobby Christian: G8OW-4115: “I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles” / G8OW-4116: “Grasshopper Jump” (Formal FR-1002), undated
66 Cities Service Green and White Quartet: 47-3962-A: “Down by the Old Mill Stream” / 47-3962-B: “If I Had My Way” “Dear Old Girl” (RCA Victor WP 304), undated
67 Cities Service Green and White Quartet: 47-3963-A: “Shine On Harvest Moon” / 47-3963-B: “Mandy Lee” “By The Watermelon Vine” (RCA Victor WP 304), undated
68 Cities Service Green and White Quartet: 47-3964-A: “In the Evening by the Moonlight” “Moonlight Bay” / 47-3964-B: “Just a Dream of You Dear” (RCA Victor WP 304), undated
69 Jimmy Clanton: 3431: “You Aim to Please” / 3432: “Just a Dream” (Oldies OL 6), undated
70 Alan Clark: A: “Twenty Flight Rock” B: “My Way” (Leap Frog LF-1001 with autographed sleeve), undated
71 Doug Clark and the Nuts: A: “Baby Let Me Bang Your Box--Part I” / B: “Baby Let Me Bang Your Box--Part II” (ABC/Dunhill Goldies D-2494), undated
72 Classics IV: 6386: “Spooky” / 6387: “Poor People” (Imperial 66259, cracked), undated
73 The Classics Five: NO8W-2017: “Wine, Wine, Wine” / NO8W-2018: “It’s Too Late” (Countess 632H-2017), undated
74 Marty Clifford and His Permisn Playboys: F-1001: “That-A-Way” / F-1002: “Don’t Cry” (Fave, Ozona, Texas), undated
75 Patsy Cline: 102381: “Try Again” / 102377: “Today, Tomorrow and Forever” (Decca 9-30339), 1957
76 Patsy Cline: 89858: “He Will Do For You” / 89857: “Dear God” (Decca 9-30794), undated
77 Rosemary Clooney: ZSP 0732: “Botch-A-Me” / ZSP 0733: “On the First Warm Day” (Columbia 4-39767), undated
78 Coast to Coast: A: “(Do) The Hucklebuck” / B: “Telephone Baby” (POSP 214), undated
79 Cochise: UAST-7362: “Love’s Made a Fool of You” (Buddy Holly-Bob Montgomery) / UAST-7363: “Words of a Dying Man” (United Artists 50756), undated
80 Eddie Cochran: A: “I. O. U.” (Jack Lewis and the Americans), “Bread Fred” / B: Interview with Eddie Cochran (November 1, 1957), “My Love to Remember” (Rock Star RSR-EP 2007), 1980
81 Clay Cole: 15311: “Here, There, Everywhere” (Teddy Vann) / 15312: “Skip-Skip” Roulette R-4280), 1958
82 Cozy Cole: “Topsy I” / “Topsy II” (Love 5003), undated
83 Bill Coleman: “Everyday” with “Peggy Sue” /Billy Rockit: “Dancing Fool” (Robin Red RRR 005), 1988
84 Bill Coleman: “Everyday” with “Peggy Sue” /Billy Rockit: “Dancing Fool” (Robin Red RRR 005 second state in red), 1988
85 Al “Jazzbo” Collins: 45-84493: “Three Little Pigs” / 45-84492: “Little Red Riding Hood” (Brunswick 9-80226), 1953
86 Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen: MB 26203-S: “Lost in the Ozone” / MB 26204-S: “Midnight Shift” (Paramount PAA-0130 promotional), undated
87 Perry Como: F2PW-0300: “Ko Ko Mo” / F2PW-0301: “You’ll Always Be My Lifetime Sweetheart” (RCA Victor 47-5994), undated
88 Perry Como: G2PW-0120: “Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom)” / G2PW-0867: “Juke Box Baby” (RCA Victor 47-6427), undated
89 Perry Como: H2PW-0873: “Mi Casa, Su Casa” / H2PW-0965: “Round and Round” (RCA Victor 47-6815), undated
90 Gord Companion and Night Train: A: “Look for Beauty (In This Country)” / B: Lov’s Goin Your Way” (Can-Del CD77-1006), undated
91 Bobby Comstock and the Counts: 45-JB-11804: “Bony Moronie” / 45-JB-11805: “Dp That Little Thing” Jubilee 45-5392), undated
92 Charlene Condray with the Connoisseurs: M8OW-0666: “Intermission” (Tommy Hancock-Charlene Comdray) / M8OW-0667: “Do You Remember?” (Tommy Hancock) (Sandyland, 5204 15th Street, Lubbock 2001), undated
93 Colin Cook with The Thin Men and The Strangers: 1: “It’s Up to You” / 2: “Just Another Rumor” (W and G WG-S-1550), undated
94 Sam Cooke: 59021: “Little Things You Do” / 59023: “Everybody Likes to Cha Cha Cha” (Keen 3-2018), undated
95 The Cookies: 10036: “Girls Grow Up Faster Than Boys” / 10080: “Only to Other People” (Dimension D-1020), undated
96 Eddie Cooley and The Dimples: 1259: “Priscilla” / 1260: “Got a Little Woman” (Royal Roost 621-X45), undated
97 Eddie Cooley and The Dimples: A: “Priscilla” / Malcom Dodds and The Tunedrops: B: “It Took a Long Time” (Collectables COL 0160), undated
98 Les Cooper and The Soul Rockers: EJ 14 ZTSP 85448: “Wiggle Wobble” / EJ 15 ZTSP 85449: “Dig Yourself” (Everlast 5019), undated
99 Ray Corbin: “The Whole Night Long” / “Just for Tonight” (Trends 104-45 238-104), undated
100 Corporate Image: 101,140: “Not Fade Away” (Hardin-Petty) / 101,141: “I’m Not the Same” (Miller-Trinski) (MGM K13614 promotional), undated
101 Baby Cortez:: A: “Rinky Dink” / B: “Getting Right” (Julia / Chess 1829 U 452), undated
102 Cotton Mill Boys: A: “Rainin’ in My Heart” (B and F Bryant) / B: “Orange Blossom Special” (Hawk HASP 396), 1976
103 Wally Cox: E3VW-1033: “What a Crazy Guy” / E3VW-1034: “There Is a Tavern in the Town” (RCA Victor 47-5278), undated
104 Vilas Craig with Bob, Bernie, and the Senators: “Gotta Find My Baby” / “Love You, If I May” (International Artists / Cuca J-6334), undated
105 Fred Crawford: A: “By the Mission Walls” / B: “Hey Little Waitress” (AOK AOKR-1034 produced by Tommy Allsup and Gorman Maxwell), undated
106 Johnny Crawford: DF-462-438: “Cindy’s Birthday” / DF-462-439 “Something Special” (Del-Fi 4178), undated
107 Crazy Otto [Fritz Schulz-Reichel]: Part 2: 1: “Beautiful Ohio”, “Paddlin’ Madelin’ Home” / 2: “S-H-I-N-E”, “Lights Out” (Decca ED 2202), 1955
108 Crazy Otto: 45-DCG-N73: “Twelfth Street Rag” / 2: “The Crazy Otto Rag” (Decca 9-29503 copy 1 of 2), 1955
109 Crazy Otto: 45-DCG-N73: “Twelfth Street Rag” / 2: “The Crazy Otto Rag” (Decca 9-29503 copy 2 of 2), 1955
110 The Crests: A: “Trouble in Paradise” B: “I Thank the Moon” (Lana L102), undated
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41 1 The Crickets: A: “You’re Mine” (Johnson) / B: “Milk and Gin” (Johnson) (MGM K11428), 1953
2 The Crickets: 53-XY-296: “For You I Have Eyes” (Stapleton) / 53-XY-297: “I’ll Cry No More” (Gibson) (MGM K11428), 1953
3 The Crickets: 45-103104: “Not Fade Away” (Norman Petty-Charles Hardin) / 45-103179: “Oh, Boy!” (Sunny West-Bill Tilghman-Borman Petty) (Brunswick 9-55035), 1957
4 The Crickets: 103,527: “Maybe Baby” (Norman Petty-Buddy Holly) / 103,529: “Tell Me How” (Charles Hardin-Jerry Allison-Norman Petty) (Brunswick 9-55053), 1958
5 The Crickets: 104,993: “Think It Over” (B. Holly-N. Petty-J. Allison) / 104,994: “Fool’s Paradise” (S. Le Glaire-N. Petty-H. Linsley) (Brunswick 9-55072), 1958
6 The Crickets: 105,562: “Think It Over” (Buddy Holly-Norman Petty) / 105,563: “Lonesome Tears” (Buddy Holly) (Brunswick 9-55094), 1958
7 The Crickets: 78.007: “Cruise in It” (J. I. Allison) / 78.008: “Rock Around with Ollie Vee” (Sonny Curtis) (Roller Coaster RRC 2001), 1978
8 The Crickets: 78.007: “Cruise in It” (J. I. Allison) / 78.008: “Rock Around with Ollie Vee” (Sonny Curtis) (Roller Coaster RRC 2001A second state), 1978
9 The Crickets: A: “Oh Boy”, “Maybe Baby” / B: “Well All Right”, “That’ll Be the Day” (Buddy Holly Memorial Society BHMS 100 produced by Bill Griggs copy 1 of 2), undated
10 The Crickets: A: “Oh Boy”, “Maybe Baby” / B: “Well All Right”, “That’ll Be the Day” (Buddy Holly Memorial Society BHMS 100 produced by Bill Griggs copy 2 of 2), undated
11 Los Cricket’s: 1: “Gitana” / 2: “Campo de Algodon” (DisPeru 45-2028), undated
12 Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters: 45-L 3199: “Jingle Bells” / 45-L 3200: “Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town” (Decca 9-23281), 1950
13 Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter orchestra: DLA 4374: “White Christmas” / DLA 3028: “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” (Decca 9-23778), 1950
14 Bing Crosby: L 9584: “Around the World” / Victor Young orchestra: 101741: “Around the World” theme (Decca 9-30262), 1957
15 Jimmy Cross: 64-6799: “I Want My Baby Back” / 64-6899: “Play the Other Side” (Tollie T-9039), undated
16 The Crystals: 1: “Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby” / 2: “There’s No Other (Like My Baby)” (Phillies 100), 1961
17 The Crystals: “Then He Kissed Me” / “Brother Julius” (Phillies 115), 1963
18 Mac Curtis: 45-K4058: “If I Had Me a Woman” / 45-K4056: “Just So You Call Me” (King 45-4927), 1955
19 Mac Curtis: GN 1-167 S: “Early in the Morning” / GN 1-168 S: “When the Hurt Moves In” (GRT 26 promotional), 1970
20 Sonny Curtis: Z4KS-4020: “Love Is All Around” (Sonny Curtis) / Z4KS-4021: “Here, There and Everywhere” (Lennon and McCartney) (Ovation 956C-1006 promotional), 1970
21 Sonny Curtis: A: “True Love Ways” (B. Holly/N. Petty) / B: “Raoul” (S. Curtic) (Colt 7002), 1987
22 Bobby Curtola: DF-362-434: “Fortuneteller” / DF-362-435: “Johnny Take Your Time” (Del-Fi 4177), undated
23 Cutups with Stinewey Sam: U-11635: “Roaring 20’s Rag” / Mickey Shorr and The Cutups: U-11636: “Dr. Ben Basey” (Tuba), undated
24 Johnny Cymbal: K-6853: “Teenage Heaven” / K-6931: “Cinderella Baby” (Kapp K-524X), undated
25 Dale and Grace: MI-41: “I’m Leaving It Up to You” / MI-40: “Foolin’ Around” (Michelle MX-921), 1963
26 Dale and Grace: M-DGR 3: “Stop and Think It Over” / M-DGR 4: “Bad Luck” (Montel 922), 1964
27 Donna Dameron: 1206: “Bopper 486609” (J. P. Richardson) / 1207: “Big Love” (J. P. Richardson) (Dart 113), undated
28 Danny and the Juniors: S: “Some Kind of Nut” / T: “Twistin’ All Night Long” (Swan S-4092), undated
29 Danté and the Evergreens: MA 14186: “Alley-Oop” /MA 14187: “The Right Time” (Madison M130), undated
30 Bobby Darin: 45-53-591: “Lonely Road” / 45-53659: “When I Get Home” (Capitol 5443), undated
31 The Dartells: 509 AA MW-17865: “Hot Pastrami” / 509 A MW-17866: “Dartell Stomp” (Dot 45-16453), undated
32 Alun Davies: A: “I’m Gonna Love You, Too” (Maudlin/Petty/Sullivan) / B: “Market Place” (Alun Davies) (CBS S 7844), 1972
33 Mac Davis: A: “Texas in My Rear View Mirror” / B: “Sad Songs” (Casablanca NB 2305), 1980
34 Mac Davis: A: “Hooked on Music” / B: “Me and Fat Boy” (Casablanca NB 2327), 1980
35 Sammy Davis, Jr.: 100381: “Never Like This” / 100689: “New York’s My Home” (Decca 9-30111), undated
36 Skeeter Davis: N2WW-0770: “The End of the World” / M2WW-0552: “Somebody Loves You” (RCA Victor 47-8098), 1962
37 Skeeter Davis: PPKM-0347: “I Can’t Stay Mad at You” / N2WW-0770: “The End of the World” (RCA Victor 447-0709), 1969
38 Dennis Day: E1VW-0670: “California Moon” / E1VW-0753: “Never” (RCA Victor 47-4285), undated
39 Dennis Day and His Rhythmaires: A: “Dear Hearts and Gentle People” / B: “I Must Have Done Something Wonderful” (RCA Victor 47-3102), undated
40 Dean and Jean: R4KM 0365: “Hey Jean, Hey Dean” / R4KM 0366: “Please Don’t Tell Me Now” (Rust 5075), undated
41 Jimmy Dean: ZSP 55454: “To a Sleeping Beauty” / ZSP 55675: “The Cajun Queen” (Columbia 4-42282), 1962
42 Jimmy Dean: ZSP 55701: “P. T. 109” / ZSP 55674: “Walk On, Boy” (Columbia 4-42338), 1962
43 Jimmy Dean: ZSP 57132: “Steel Men” / ZSP 57131: “Little Bitty Big John” (Columbia 4-42483), 1962
44 Jackie Dee: 45-LB-866: “Strolypso Dance” / 45-LB-867: “Buddy” (Liberty F-55148 promotional), 1958
45 Joey Dee and The Starlighters: 16594: “Shout--Part I” / 16595: “Shout--Part II” (Roulette R-4416), 1962
46 Joey Dee and The Starlighters: 17023: “I Lost My Baby” / 17029: “Keep Your Mind on What You’re Doin’“ (Roulette R-4456), 1962
47 Tommy Dee with Carol Kay and the Teen-Aires: Y:CM 1042: “Three Stars” / Carol Kay and the Teen-Aires: Z:CM 1043: “I’ll Never Change” (Crest 45-1057), undated
48 Delaney and Bonnie [Bramlett]: 1: “Well, Well”; “Wade in the River Jordan” / Kenny Loggins with Jim Messina: 2: “House at Pooh Corner”; “Back to Georgia” (Columbia AE 7 1044 promotional 33-1/3 rpm stereo), 1972
49 Delta Rhythm Boys: 45-86720: “Mood Indigo” / 45-86718: “Have a Hope, Have a Wish, Have a Prayer” (RCA Victor 9-29273), 1954
50 Delta Rhythm Boys: 45-86719: “Kiss Crazy Baby” / 45-86717: “Shoes” (RCA Victor 9-29329 copy 1 of 2), 1954
51 Delta Rhythm Boys: 45-86719: “Kiss Crazy Baby” / 45-86717: “Shoes” (RCA Victor 9-29329 copy 2 of 2), 1954
52 Delta Rhythm Boys: 45-87707: “That’s Just the Way I Feel” / 45-87704: “Don’t Even Change a Picture on the Wall” (RCA Victor 9-29582), undated
53 Delta Rhythm Boys: E2VW-7758: “I’m Used to You” / E2VW-7759: “I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive” (RCA Victor 47-5094), 1952
54 The Demensions: PK4M 6263: “Over the Rainbow” / PK4M 6264: “Nursery Rhime Rock” (Mohawk 116), undated
55 Martin Denny: 45-LB-895: “Llama Serenade” / 45-LB-901: “Quiet Village” (Liberty FF55162), undated
56 The Derringers: 45-35455: “Maybe Baby” (Norman Petty-Charles Hardin) / 45-35645: “Don’t Deceive Me” (Capitol 4572), undated
57 Detroit Soul: MTR 205: “All of My Life” / MTR 206: “Mister Hip” (Music Town 45-502), undated
58 The Devotions: 16489: “Rip Van Winkle” / Darrell and The Oxfords: 17080: “Picture in My Wallet” (Roulette 66-64), undated
59 Buddy Dial: 45-1382: “Baby” / 45-1383: “Back in the Old Days” (Challenge 59352), undated
60 The Diamonds: YW-16416: “The Stroll” / YW-13830: “Land of Beauty” (Mercury 71242X45), December 2, 1957
61 The Diamonds: YW18082: “From the Bottom of My Heart” / YW18083: “She Say (Oom Dooby Doom)” (Mercury 71404X45), undated
62 Dick and Deedee: GX14110: “Thou Shalt Not Steal” / GX14111: “Just ‘Round the River Bend” (Warner Brothers 5482), undated
63 Varetta Dillard: A: “Johnny Has Gone” / B: “So Many Ways” (Savoy:45-1153), January 1955
64 The Ding Dongs: 104,880: “Now We’re One” / 104,877: “Early in the Morning” (Brunswick 9-55073 promotional), undated
65 Dion and the Belmonts: ZTSP 29242: “A Teenager in Love” / ZTSP 29243: “I’ve Cried Before” (Laurie 3027), 1959
66 Dion: ZTSP 81072: “The Wanderer” / ZTSP 81071: “The Majestic” (Laurie 3115), 1961
67 The Dixie Cups: L/S 1023: “People Say” / L/S 1025: “Girls Can Tell” (Red Bird RB 10-006), undated
68 The Dixiebelles: S-416: “(Down at) Rapa Joe’s” / S-417: “Rock, Rock, Rock” (Sound Stage 7 45-2507), 1963
69 Fats Domino: IM-1060: “When My Dreamboat Comes Home” / IM-955: “So-Long” (Imperial X5396), 1956
70 Don and Dewey: 5120: “Bim Bam” / 5122: “Justine” (Specialty 631), undated
71 The Dootones: A: “Teller of Fortune” / B: “Ay Si Si” (Dootone 366), undated
72 Jimmy Dorsey: A: “So Rare” / B: “Sophisticated Swing” (Goldies 45/ABC Dunhill D-2538), undated
73 Tommy Dorsey: A: “Dry Bones” / B: “Summertime” (RCA Victor 47-3002), November 26, 1955
74 Tommy Dorsey: 104,856: “Tea for Two Cha Cha” / 104,857: “My Baby Just Cares for Me” (Decca 9-30704 copy 1 of 2), 1958
75 Tommy Dorsey: 104,856: “Tea for Two Cha Cha” / 104,857: “My Baby Just Cares for Me” (Decca 9-30704 copy 2 of 2 second state), 1958
76 Ronnie Dove: A: “Say You” / B: “Let Me Stay Today” (Diamond D-167), undated
77 The Downbeats: HP 2005: “Sweet Little Jane” / HP 2004: “Growing Love” (Hampshire Records H. 1002), 1958
78 The Downbeats: T5KM-3068: “Soul Fool” / T5KM-3069: “I Can’t Hear You No More” (Downbeats), 1966
79 Al Downing with The Poe Kats: 190: “Down on the Farm” / 191: “Oh! Babe” (GA Challenge 59006), undated
80 Rusty Draper: YW12105: “The Shifting, Whispering Sands” / YW12106: “Time” (Mercury 70696X45), undated
81 The Drifters: A-1664: “Adorable” / A-1667: “Steamboat” (Atlantic 45-1078), 1955
82 The Drifters: A-3987 SP: “This Magic Moment” / A-3398 SP: “Baltimore” (Atlantic 45-2050), January 1960
83 The Duprees: NO8W 1201: “My Own True Love” / NO8W 1208: “Ginny” (Coed CO 571), 1962
84 The Duprees: P5KM 3380: “Have You Heard” / P5KM 3381: “Love Eyes” (Coed CO-585), 1963
85 Jimmy Durante: F13143: “Young at Heart” / F13145: “September Song” (Warner Brothers 5382), undated
86 Allison Durbin: 7YAA1093: “Amerikan Music” / 7YAA1094: “Follow the Leader” (RCA His Master’s Voice EA-9950), undated
87 Ricky Durham: PC-9873: “Mr. Were Wolf” / PC-9874: “Raining in My Heart” (Jubilee 45-9-1003), undated
88 Ricky Durham: M8OW-4249: “Mr. Were Wolf” / M8OW-4250: “Raining in My Heart” (Felice and Boudleaux Bryant) (United Southern Artists 5-116), undated
89 Bob Dylan: ZSP 150045: “Lay Lady Lay” / ZSP 150044: “Peggy Day” (Columbia 4-44926 produced by Bob Johnston), 1969
90 The Earls: 1149: “Never” / 1150: “I Keep A Tellin’ You” (Old Town 1133), 1963
91 The Earls: CO-21997: “Remember Then” / CO-21998: “I Believe” (Cotillion OT-44114), undated
92 Easy Street Band: A: “She Don’t Love Me” / B: “Not About You” (ESB-1 copy 1 of 4), 1981
93 Easy Street Band: A: “She Don’t Love Me” / B: “Not About You” (ESB-1 copy 2 of 4), 1981
94 Easy Street Band: A: “She Don’t Love Me” / B: “Not About You” (ESB-1 copy 3 of 4), 1981
95 Easy Street Band: A: “She Don’t Love Me” / B: “Not About You” (ESB-1 copy 4 of 4), 1981
96 Easy Street Band: A: “Love Tries” / B: “Romaine” (ESB-2), 1982
97 Bobby Edwards: 45-36793: “What’s the Reason” / 45-36794: “Walk Away Slowly” (Capitol 4674), 1961
98 Bobby Edwards: Y:CM 1078: “I’m a Fool for Loving You” / Z:CM 1079: “You’re the Reason” (Crest 45-1075), 1961
99 Tom Edwards: 101121: “What Is a Teen Age Boy?” / 101120: “What Is a Teen Age Girl?” (Coral 9-61773), 1957
100 Tom Edwards: 103,908: “The Spirit of Seventeen?” / 103,909: “Goodnight Rock and Roll” (Coral 9-61938 promotional), undated
101 Tommy Edwards: 58-XY-657: “It’s All in the Game” / 58-XY-659: “Please Love Me Forever” (MGM K 12688), 1958
102 Donnie Elbert: A: “Love Is Strange” / B: “Love is Strange” (All Platinum AP-2351), 1974
103 The Elegants: APT 45-15013: Little Star” / APT 45-15014: “Getting Dizzy” (Am-Par 45-25005), undated
104 Les Elgart and his Orchestra: ZSP 31009: “Bandstand Boogie” / ZSP 31010: “When Yuba Plays the Rumba on the Tuba” (Columbia 4-40180), 1954
105 Les Elgart: JZSP 56766: “Hawaiian War Chant--Twist” / JZSP 56767: “Bandstand Twist” (Columbia promotional album excerpt), 1962
106 Jimmy Ellis: 7-1471-S: “That’s All Right” / 7-1472-S: “Blue Moon of Kentucky” (Sun 1129 promotional), undated
107 The Emperor: C-1004: “I’m Normal” / C-1005: “The Crossing Game” (Current C-111), undated
108 Jerry Engler: A: “What A You Gonna Do?” (engineered Norman Petty) / B: “Sputnik” (TSA Classic Edition 92-55037 copy 1 of 2 autographed sleeve), 1992
109 Jerry Engler: A: “What A You Gonna Do?” (engineered Norman Petty) / B: “Sputnik” (TSA Classic Edition 92-55037 copy 1 of 2 autographed sleeve), 1992
110 Ernie Englund: F8-OW-7290: “‘Cuz It’s So Good to Eat” / F8-OW-7291: “Night Train” (Caxdence 1269), undated
111 The Essex: 922: “Are You Going My Way” / 924: “Easier Said Then Done” (Roulette R-4494), undated
112 Gene Evans: A: “There’s a Crack in America’s Walls” / B: “There’s a Crack in America’s Walls” (Creation CR 11-11 Arlington, Texas promotional), undated
113 Marty Evans: 110,030: “The Rockin’ Rose of Texas” / 110,031: “Eyes of Tears” (Coral 62251), undated
114 Vince Everett: AMP 45-10788: “Such a Night” / AMP 45-10789: “Don’t Go” (ABC-Paramount 45-10313), undated
115 The Everly Brothers: ZTSP 29272: “Take a Message to Mary” / ZTSP 29273: “Poor Jenny” (Cadence 1364), undated
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42 1 Shelley Fabares: MO8W-1961-2: “Johnny Angel” / MO8W-1960-3: “Where’s It Gonna Get Me?” (Colpix CP 621), undated
2 Fabian: A: “Lilly Lou” / B: “Be My Steady Date” (Polydor 66 903), 1958
3 Fabian: A: “Stop Thief!” / B: “Turn Me Loose” (Chancellor 45-C1033), 1959
4 Fabian: A: “About This Thing Called Love” / B: “String Along” (Chancellor 45-C1047), 1960
5 Fabian: A: “Strollin’ in the Springtime” / B: “I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter” (Chancellor 45-C1051), 1960
6 Fabian: A: “King of Love” / B: “Tomorrow” (Chancellor 45-C1055), 1960
7 Percy Faith and orchestra: ZSP 48483: “The Theme from A Summer Place” / ZSP 13042: “The Song from Moulin Rouge” (Columbia Hall of Fame 4-33007 copy 1 of 2), undated
8 Percy Faith and orchestra: ZSP 48483: “The Theme from A Summer Place” / ZSP 13042: “The Song from Moulin Rouge” (Columbia Hall of Fame 4-33007 copy 2 of 2), undated
9 Terry Fell: E4LW-3040: “Truck Driving Man” / E4LW-3041: “Don’t Drop It” (X-RCA 4X-0010), undated
10 Ferrante and Teicher: ZTSP 66206: “Exodus” / ZTSP 66207: “Twilight” (United Artists UA 274), undated
11 Festival Concert Orchestra: E3PW-1812: “Gypsy Baron March”, “Indigo March” / E3PW-1813: “Citronen Waltz” (Camden CAE 104), undated
12 Festival Concert Orchestra: E3RW-1888: “New Vienna Waltz” / E3RW-1889: “Tik Tak Polka”, “Sans Souci Polka” (Camden CAE 145), undated
13 Festival Concert Orchestra: E3RW-1902: Gluck “Ballet Suite” Part 1 / E3RW-903: Gluck “Ballet Suite” Concluded (Camden CAE 152), undated
14 The 5th Dimension: A: “Stoned Soul Picnic” B: “The Sailboat Song” (Soul City Liberty/UA SCR-766), 1968
15 The 5th Dimension: A-1: “Medley Aquarius, Let the Sunshine In, The Flesh Failures” B: “Don’tcha Hear Me Callin’ to Ya” (Soul City Liberty/UA SCR-772), 1968
16 Fireflies: A: “You Were Mine” / B: “Stella Got a Fella” (Ribbon 6901), undated
17 Eddie Fisher: E3VW-1030: “Just Another Polka” / E3VW-1051: “I’m Walking Behind You” (RCA Victor 47-5293), 1953
18 Eddie Fisher: F2PW-2740: “Heart” / F2PW-2741: “Near to You” (RCA Victor 47-6097), 1955
19 Eddie Fisher: F2PW-7556: “Everybody’s Got a Home But Me” / F2PW-7558: “Dungaree Doll” (RCA Victor 47-6337), 1955
20 Eddie Fisher: G2PW-4743: “Cindy, Oh Cindy” / G2PW-4744: “Around the World” (RCA Victor 47-6677), 1956
21 Johnny Fisher: ztsp-89103: “Tan Dan” / atsp-89104: “Every Time You Cry” (Park Avenue pa-125), undated
22 Miss Toni Fisher: 45-ST-1084: “The Big Hurt” / 45-ST-1085: “Memphis Belle” (Signet 3-275 copy 1 of 2), 1959
23 Miss Toni Fisher: 45-ST-1084: “The Big Hurt” / 45-ST-1085: “Memphis Belle” (Signet 3-275 copy 2 of 2), 1959
24 Toni Fisher: BG-1259: “West of the Wall” / BG-1260: “What Did I Do?” (Bigtop 45-3097), 1962
25 The Five Discs: P4KM-7355: “I Remember” / P4KM-7356: “The World Is a Beautiful Place” (Rust R 5027), 1958
26 The Five Discs: B4KM-0627: “Rock and Roll Revival” / B4KM-0628: “Gypsy Woman” (Laurie LR-3601), 1972
27 The Five Satins: E-2105: “In the Still of the Night” / E-2106: “The Jones Girl” (Ember E-1005), 1956
28 The Five Satins: E-2151: “I’ll Be Seeing You” / E-2152: “A Night Like This” (Ember E-1061), 1960
29 The Five Satins: “In the Still of the Night” / “The Jones Girl” (Flashback FLB 1), undated
30 The Five Sharps: 45-JB-1-112: “Stormy Weather” / 45-JB-1-113: “Sleepy Cowboy” (Jubilee 45-5104), undated
31 The Flamingos: 7185: “Need Your Love” / 7950: “I’ll Be Home” (Checker 830), undated
32 The Fleetwoods: 45-DO-628: “Outside My Window” / 45-DO-629: “Magic Star” (Dolton 15), 1960
33 The Fleetwoods: 45-DO-750: “Goodnight My Love” / 45-DO-751: “Jimmy Beware” (Dolton 75), 1963
34 The Fontaine Sisters: E4KW-5141 M-8397: “Bless Your Heart” / E4QW-7942 M-8472: “Hearts of Stone” (Dot 45-15265), undated
35 The Fortunes: “Lonely Teardrops” / “This Is Love” (Bishop 1005), undated
36 Four Aces: 88334: “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing” / 88335: “Shine On Harvest Moon” (Decca 9-29625), 1955
37 Four Aces: 88334: “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing” / 88335: “Shine On Harvest Moon” (Decca 29625), undated
38 The Four Esquires: DLGF-50854: “Look Homeward Angel” / DLGF-50855: “Santo Domingo” (London 45-1652), 1956
39 The Four Esquires: 17111: “Love Me Forever” / 17736: “Baby Blue” (Paris GG 4), undated
40 The Four Fellows: 45-238: “Soldier Boy” / 45-240: “Take Me Back, Baby” (Glory 45-234), undated
41 The Four Lads: ZSP 38058: “Standing on the Corner” ZSP 38059: “My Little Angel” (Columbia 4-40674), undated
42 Four Teens [Joe Mauldin, Terry Noland]: 45-246: “Go Little Go Cat” / 45-247: “Spark Plug” (Challenge 59021), 1958
43 The Four Tunes: 45-JB-244: “Sugar Lump” / 45-JB-245: “I Understand Just How You Feel” (Jubilee 45-5132 copy 1 of 2), 1953
44 The Four Tunes: 45-JB-244: “Sugar Lump” / 45-JB-245: “I Understand Just How You Feel” (Jubilee 45-5132 copy 2 of 2), 1953
45 The Four Tunes: 45-JB-338: “L’Amour Toujour L’Amour” / 45-JB-339: “Don’t Cry Darling” (Jubilee 45-5165), 1954
46 The Four Tunes: 45-JB-346: “Let Me Go, Lover” / 45-JB-347: “I Sold My Heart to the Junkman” (Jubilee 45-5174), undated
47 Connie Francis: 59-XY-1051: “Among My Souvenirs” / 59-XY-1050: “God Bless America” (MGM K12841), 1959
48 Connie Francis: 62-XY-470: “I Was Such a Fool” / 62-XY-589: “He Thinks I Still Care” (MGM K12841), 1962
49 Frankie and Johnnie: LH-2376: “I’ll Take the Dog” / LH-2377: “Your Love” (Soft S-988), undated
50 Jeri Lynne Fraser: JZSP 55345: “Poor Joe” / JZSP 55346: “Take It Easy Baby” (Columbia 4-42234 promotional), undated
51 Stan Freberg: 45-11748: “St. George and the Dragonet” / 45-11747: “Little Blue Riding Hood” (Capitol F3815 copy 1 of 2), 1953
52 Stan Freberg: 45-11748: “St. George and the Dragonet” / 45-11747: “Little Blue Riding Hood” (Capitol F3815 copy 2 of 2), 1953
53 Stan Freberg: 45-17523: “Wu’nerful, Wu’nerful!” Part 1 / 45-17524: “Wu’nerful, Wu’nerful!” Part 2 (Capitol F3815), 1957
54 Stan Freberg: 45-30491: “Green Chri$tma$” / 45-30490: “The Meaning of Christmas” (Capitol F4097), 1958
55 Stan Freberg: 45-34253: “Comments for Out Time” Part 1 / 45-34255: “Comments for Our Time” Part 2 (Capitol 4433), 1960
56 The Frogmen: CD-45x309-1: “Underwater” / CD-45x317-1: “The Mad Rush” (Candix 314), undated
57 Jerry Fuller: 45-1055: “Footprints in the Snow” / 45-1056: “Hollywood Star” (Challenge 59235), undated
58 Ronnie Fuller: JL-45-115: “The Dive” / JL-45-116: “My Lost Dream” (Joli 073), undated
59 Lowell Fulson: 576-242A: “The Original Lonesome Christmas” Part 1 / “The Original Lonesome Christmas” Part 2 (Hollywood 1022), undated
60 Jim Furst: 1: “Save the Last Dance for Me” / 2: “I’, Lookin’ for Someone to Love” (Buddy Holly-Norman Petty) (Music Tower MT 156), 1978
61 Sunny Gale: E4VW-5997: “Unsuspecting Heart” / E4VW-5998: “Let Me Go, Lover!” (RCA Victor 47-5952), undated
62 Gallery featuring Jim Gold: A: “Maybe Baby” (N. Petty-B. Holly) / B: “Lady Luck” (Sussex SUX 259 promotional), 1973
63 Dave Gardner: M-1011: “White Silver Sands” / M-1012: “Fat Charlie” (OJ 1002), undated
64 Gale Garnett: PPKM-6120: “We’ll Sing in the Sunshine” / RPKM-6844: “You Are My Sunshine” (RCA Victor 447-0732), November 3, 1963 and October 15, 1964
65 Tommy Garrett: LB-2064: “Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars” / LB-2065: “La Violetera” (Liberty 55797), undated
66 Marvin Gaye: G-011209: “Wherever I Lay My Hat (That’s My Home)” / N-S-N-573M07: “Too Busy Thinking My Baby” (Tamla T-54181), 1963 and 1966
67 Marvin Gaye: R2-K-U-462S12: “You’re What’s Happening (in the World Today)” / R2-K-U-462S13: “I Heard It through the Grapevine” (Tamla T 54176), 1968
68 The G-Clefs: JG 801: “I Understand (Just How You Feel)” / JG 802: “Little Girl I Love You” (Terrace 45-7500), undated
69 Gene and Debbe: 45-TR-024: “I’ll Come Running” / 45-TR-025: “Playboy” (TRX/Hickory 45-T-5006), undated
70 Bobbie Gentry: 45-57529: “Ode to Billie Joe” / 45-57421: “Mississippi Delta” (Capitol 5950), undated
71 Georgia Gibbs: YW10758: “Ballin’ the Jack” / YW11240: “Dance with Me Henry” (Mercury 7057X45), undated
72 Don Gibson: H2WW-7340: “Oh! Lonesome Me” / H2WW-7341: “I Can’t Stop Lovin’ You” (RCA Victor 47-7133), undated
73 Joe D. Gibson: 383A: “Good Morning, Captain (Muleskinner Blues)” / 383B: “21 Years (It Takes a Worried Man)” (Tetra 4450), undated
74 Dee Gillespie and the Porcupines: HB-2342: “Loddy Doddy Doo” / HB-2343: “Porcupine” (Vista F-330), undated
75 Mickey Gilley: GN 1-160-M: “Time to Tell Another Lie” / GN 1-159-M: “Because I Love You” (GRT 45 promotional), undated
76 Mickey Gilley: ZSS 166978: “True Love Ways” (N. Petty-B. Holly) / ZSS 166979: “The More I Turn the Bottle Up” (Epic 9-50876), 1980
77 Jackie Gleason: 45-20088: “Melancholy Serenade” / 45-20090: “You’re Getting to Be a Habit with Me” (Capitol F2361), undated
78 Glory: 1-54045: “Turn on the Radio” / 2-54045: “Turn on the Radio” (Mercury DJ-536 promotional), 1977
79 Go-Go’s: A: “We Got the Beat” / B: “Can’t Stop the World” International Record Syndicate IR-09903), 1981
80 Isidore Godfrey and D’Oyly Carte Opera Company: “The Mikado Overture” / “The Mikado Finale” (London 40143), 1958
81 Isidore Godfrey: “The Mikado Overture Conclusion” / “The Mikado Act II part 8” (London 40144), 1958
82 Isidore Godfrey: “The Mikado Act I part 1” / “The Mikado Act II part 7” (London 40145), 1958
83 Isidore Godfrey: “The Mikado Act I part 2” / “The Mikado Act II part 6” (London 40146), 1958
84 Isidore Godfrey: “The Mikado Act I part 3” / “The Mikado Act II part 5” (London 40147), 1958
85 Isidore Godfrey: “The Mikado Act I part 4” / “The Mikado Act II part 4” (London 40148), 1958
86 Isidore Godfrey: “The Mikado Act I part 5” / “The Mikado Act II part 3” (London 40149), 1958
87 Isidore Godfrey: “The Mikado Act I part 6” / “The Mikado Act II part 2” (London 40150), 1958
88 Isidore Godfrey: “The Mikado Act I part 7” / “The Mikado Act II part 1” (London 40151), 1958
89 Isidore Godfrey: “The Mikado Act I part 8” / “The Mikado Act I Finale part 3” (London 40152), 1958
90 Isidore Godfrey: “The Mikado Act I Finale part 1” / “The Mikado Act I Finale part 2” (London 40153), 1958
91 Bobby Goldsboro: ZTSP 92798: “Me Japanese Boy I Love You” / ZTSP 92799: “Everyone But Me” (United Artists UA 742), undated
92 Phillip Goodhand-Tait: 1164: “Every Day” (N. Hardin-C. Petty) / 1164S: “Every Day” (N. Hardin-C. Petty) (DJM Bell 70,030 promotional), undated
93 Al Goodman and orchestra: Selections from The Vagabond King E2PW-0383: “Overture to the Vagabond King” “Love Me Tonight” / E2PW-0384: “Only a Rose”, “Tomorrow”, E2PW-0385: “Song of the Vagabonds” “Hugette Waltz” E2PW-0386: “Some Day” “Nocturne” (RCA Victor EKB 1010), undated
94 Al Goodman and orchestra: Selections from Rose Marie E2PW-0801: “Overture to Rose-Marie” “Rose-Marie” E2PW-0802: “Totem Tom-Tom” “Door of My Dreams” / E2PW-0803: “The Mounties” “Lak Jeem”, E2PW-0804: “Indian Love Call” “Pretty Things” (RCA Victor EKB 1012), undated
95 Al Goodman and orchestra: Selections from The Desert Song E2PW-0379: “Overture to The Desert Song” “Riff Song” E2PW-0380: “One Flower Grows Alone in Your Garden” “One Alone” / E2PW-0381: “French Military Marching Song” “Romance”, E2PW-0382: “Love’s Dear Yearning" "The Desert Song" (RCA Victor EKB 1013), undated
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43 1 Al Goodman and orchestra: Selections from Sweethearts E2PW-0805: “Sweethearts” “Every Lover Must Meet His Fate” E2PW-0806: “The Land of My Own Romance” “I Might Be Your Once in a While” / E2PW-0807: “Game of Love” “Angelus”, E2PW-0808: “Jeanette and Her Little Wooden Shoes" "Pretty as a Picture" (RCA Victor EKB 1015), undated
2 Al Goodman and orchestra: Selections from The Red Mill E2PW-0371: “The Isle of Our Dreams” “In Old New York” E2PW-0372: “Because You’re You” “Wedding Bells” / E2PW-0373: “When You’re Pretty and the World Is Fair” “Moonbeams”, E2PW-0374: “Every Day is Ladies' Day with Me" "I Want You to Marry Me" (RCA Victor EKB 1016), undated
3 Al Goodman and orchestra: Selections from Blossom Time E2PW-0809: “Three Little Maids” “Serenade” E2PW-0810: “Only One Love Ever Fills the Heart” “Peace to My Lonely Heart” / E2PW-0811 “My Springtime Thou Art” “Song of Love”, E2PW-0374: “Let Me Awake” “Tell Me Daisy" (RCA Victor EKB 1018), undated
4 Dickie Goodman: 281: “On Campus” / Johnny Colon: 282: “Mombo Suzie” (Cotique C-158), undated
5 Robert Gordon with Link Wray: PVT 1361: “Red Hot” / PVT 1362: “Sweet Surrender” (Private Stock: PSR 45,156), 1977
6 Lesley Gore: YW1-29371: “That’s the Way the Ball Bounces” / YW1-31161: “That’s the Way Boys Are” (Mercury 72259), undated
7 Graduates: ZTSP: 28747: “Ballad of a Girl and Boy” / ZTSP 28748: “Care” (Shan-Todd ST-0055), undated
8 Gerry Granahan: A: “No Chemese Please” / B: “Dance Girl Dance” (Collectables COL. 3567), undated
9 Johnny Green orchestra: A: “September Song” (Weill) / B: “Yesterdays” (Kern) (RCA Victor 49-3256), undated
10 Lee Greenlee: K9OW-2902: “Starlight” / K9OW-2903: “Cherry, I’m in Love with You” (Brent 7003), undated
11 Gloria Grey: EX12638: “Chapel Up in Heaven” / EX12640: “It’s a Sweet World” (Warner Brothers 5287 promotional), undated
12 Glends Griffith: A: “Oh Boy” (S. West, B. Tilghman, N. Petty) / B: “Oh Boy” (Ariola 7698 promotional), 1978
13 The Guess Who: A: “Clap for the Wolfman” / B: “Road Food” (RCA Victor APB0-0324), 1974
14 Bonnie Guitar: MW-9535: “Dark Moon” / MW-9536: “Big Mike” (Dot 45-15550), undated
15 Arthur Gunter: A: “Baby Let’s Play House” / B: “Blues After Hours” (Excello 45-2047), undated
16 Randy Gurley: A: “True Love Ways” (Norman Petty/Buddy Holly) / B: “I’ll Never Get Over Loving You” (ABC Records AB-12392), 1978
17 Buddy Hackett: MW-11114: “It Came from Outer Space” MW-11115: Advice for Young Lovers” (Dot 45-15815), undated
18 Bill Haley with The Saddlemen: A: “Dance with a Dolly (with a Hole in Her Stockin’)” / B: “Rocking Chair on the Moon” (Essex 305), 1952
19 Bill Haley with Haley’s Comets: A: “Stop Beatin’ Round the Mulberry Bush” / B: “Real Rock Drive” (Essex 45-310), 1952
20 Bill Haley and his Comets: 86163: “Rock Around the Clock” / 86164: “Thirteen Women (And Only One Man In Town)” (Decca 9-29124), 1954
21 Bill Haley and his Comets: 87922: “Razzle-Dazzle” / 87921: “Two Hound Dogs” (Decca 9-29552), 1955
22 Bill Haley and his Comets: 100703: “Forty Cups of Coffee” / 89599: “Hook, Line and Sinker” (Decca 9-30214), 1957
23 Bill Haley and his Comets: 45-102890: “Rock the Joint” / 45-102888: “How Many” (Decca 9-30461), 1957
24 Bill Haley and his Comets: S 4210: “Strickly Instrumental”, “Skokiaan (South African Song)” / S 4211: “Mack the Knife”, “In a Little Spanish Town” (Decca ED 2671), December 1959
25 Bill Haley and his Comets: CX50,548: “Candy Kisses” / CX50,549: “Tamiami” (Warner Brothers 5145), 1960
26 Bill Haley and his Comets: G-827: “Riviera” / G-828: “War Paint” (Gone 5116), 1961
27 Bill Haley: W: “Within This Broken Heart of Mine” / Y: “Yodel Your Blues Away” (Arzee AR-4677), 1978
28 George Hamilton IV: AMP 45-552: “A Rose and a Baby Ruth” / 45-553: “If You Don’t Know” (ABC 45-9765 copy 1 of 2), 1956
29 George Hamilton IV: AMP 45-552: “A Rose and a Baby Ruth” / 45-553: “If You Don’t Know” (ABC-Paramount 45-9765 copy 2 of 2 second state), 1956
30 George Hamilton IV: AMP 45-3033: “Why Don’t They Understand” / 45-5035: “Even Tho’“ (ABC-Paramount 45-9862), 1957
31 George Hamilton IV: AMP 45-3033: “Why Don’t They Understand” / 45-5035: “Even Tho’“ (Goldies 45 D-1469), 1973
32 George Hamilton IV: AMP 45-552: “A Rose and a Baby Ruth” / 45-3033: “Why Don’t They Understand” (Goldies 45 D-1469), 1973
33 Cindy Hansberry: A: “Rave On” (West-Tilghman-Petty) / B: “Rave On” (Cypress CYP 1002 promotional), undated
34 Françoise Hardy: EXP. 4079-VOG: “Je veux qu’il revienne”, “Mon amie la rose” / “La nuit est sur la ville”, “Nous etions amies” (Disques Vogue EPL. 8291), 1964
35 Thurston Harris: MR-2952: “Little Bitty Pretty One” (R. Byrd) / MR-2953: “I Hope You Won’t Hold It Against Me” (Aladdin 45-3398), undated
36 Wilbert Harrison: F-1045: “Kansas City” / F-1046: “Listen, My Darling” (Fury Records 1023), undated
37 The Harry Simeone Chorale: MF-174: “The Little Drummer Boy” / MF-175: “Die Lorelei” (20th Fox 45-121), undated
38 Dale Hawkins: 8437: “Susie-Q” / 8438: “Don’t Treat Me This Way” (Checker 863), undated
39 Bill Hayes: AMP-45-684: “Westward Ho, the Wagons” / AMP-45-685: “Wringle, Wrangle” (ABC-Paramount 45-9785), undated
40 Roy Head and The Traits: UV 5098: “I Pass the Day” / UV 5111: “Apple of My Eye” (Back Beat 555 Houston, Texas), undated
41 Jascha Heifetz: E2LW-1047: “Song without Words”, “Hora Staccato” / E2LW-1048: “La Chevelure”, “Zapateado” (RCA Victor ERA-71), undated
42 Jascha Heifetz: E2LW-1079: “Volise”, “Scherzo Tarantelle” / E2LW-1080: “Berceuse”, “Romanza Andaluza” (RCA Victor ERA-94), undated
43 Bobby Helms: 103,577: “Jingle Bell Rock” / 103,578: “Captain Santa Claus” (Decca 9-30513), 1957
44 Bobby Helms: ZSP 75020: “My Special Angel” / ZSP 75019: “Fraulein” (Columbia 4-42801), 1963
45 Douglas “Jocko” Henderson: A: “A Little Bit of Everything” / B: “Blast Off to Love” (Wand 112), undated
46 Bobby Hendricks: SR-929: “A Thousand Dreams” / SR-930: “Itchy Twitchy Feeling” (Sue 706), undated
47 The Hep Stars: EU-501-S: “A Tribute to Buddy Holly” / EU-502-S: “Bird Dog” (Olga SO 04), undated
48 Het Paloma Trio: A: “Mijn Hart Slaat” / B: “Jij Bent Het Zonnetje” (Ariola 102.856), undated
49 Al Hibbler: 45-88328: “He” / 45-88329: “Breeze (Blow My Baby Back to Me)” (Decca 9-29660), 1955
50 Al Hibbler: 45-88985: “I Was Telling Her About You” / 45-89484: “After the Lights Go Down Low” (Decca 9-29982), 1956
51 Al Hibbler: RR-2701: “I Got It Bad and That Aint Good” / RR-2700: “Don’t Take Your Love from Me” (Aladdin 45-3328), undated
52 The Highwaymen: ZTSP 62263: “Michael” / ZTSP 62264: “Santiano” (United Artists UA 258), undated
53 Eddie Hodges: 6387: “New Orleans” / 6388: “Hard Times for Young Lovers” (Aurora 153), undated
54 Jon E. Holiday: A-5252: “Yes I Will Love You Tomorrow” / A-5253: “Till the End of Time” (Atlantic 45-2091), 1961
55 Buddy Holly: 1. “Two Timin Woman” 2. “I’ll Just Pretend” / 3. Don’t Come Back Knockin” 4. “Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (Holly House/Buddy Holly Memorial Society copy 1 of 3), 1949-1956
56 Buddy Holly: 1. “Two Timin Woman” 2. “I’ll Just Pretend” / 3. Don’t Come Back Knockin” 4. “Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (Holly House/Buddy Holly Memorial Society copy 2 of 3), 1949-1956
57 Buddy Holly: 1. “Two Timin Woman” 2. “I’ll Just Pretend” / 3. Don’t Come Back Knockin” 4. “Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (Holly House/Buddy Holly Memorial Society copy 3 of 3), 1949-1956
58 Buddy and Bob [Buddy Holly/Bob Montgomery]: “Down the Line: / “You and I Are Through” (Nesman Recording Studio, 3108 York Street, Wichita Falls, Texas), June 7, 1955
59 Buddy Holly: 89280: “Love Me” (Buddy Holly-Sue Parrish) / 89283: “Blue Days-Black Nights” (Ben Hall) (Decca 9-29854), 1956
60 Buddy Holly: 103,105: “Everyday” (Charles Hardin-Norman Petty) / 103,180: “Peggy Sue” (Jerry Allison-Norman Petty) (Coral 9-61885), 1957
61 Buddy Holly: 103,105: “Everyday” / 103,180: “Peggy Sue” (Coral 61885), undated
62 Buddy Holly: 103,105: “Everyday” / 103,180: “Peggy Sue” (Coral 61885 second state), undated
63 Buddy Holly: 103,105: “Everyday” / 103,180: “Peggy Sue” (Coral 61885 third state), undated
64 Buddy Holly: 100,444: “Ting-A-Ling” (Buddy Holly) / 100,443: “Girl on My Mind” (Jim Denny) (Decca 9-30650), 1958
65 Buddy Holly: 103,257: “I’m Gonna Love You Too” (Joe Mauldin-Norman Petty-Niki Sullivan) / 103,258: “Listen to Me” (Charles Hardin-Norman Petty) (Coral 9-61947 promotional), 1958
66 Buddy Holly: 104,202: “Rave On” (Sunny West-Bill Tilghman-Norman Petty) / 104,238: “Take Your Time” (Norman PettyBuddy Holly) (Coral 9-61985), 1958
67 Buddy Holly: S-3952: 1. “Listen to Me”, 2. “Peggy Sue” / S-3953: 1. “I’m Gonna Love You Too”, 2. “Everyday” (Coral EC 81169), 1958
68 Buddy Holly: 105,870: “It Doesn’t Matter Any More” (Paul Anka) / 105,871: “Raining in My Heart” (Boudleaux and Felice Bryant) (Coral 9-62074), 1959
69 Buddy Holly: 107,694: “Peggy Sue Got Married” (Buddy Holly) / 107,695: “Crying, Waiting, Hoping” (Buddy Holly) (Coral 9-62134), 1959
70 Buddy Holly: 105,869: “True Love Ways” (Norman Petty-Buddy Holly) / 108,601: “That Makes It Tough” (Buddy Holly) (Coral 9-62210 broken), 1960
71 Buddy Holly: 112,352: “Reminiscing” (King Curtis) / 112,353: “Wait Till the Sun Shines Nellie” (Andrew B. Sterling-Harry Von Tilzer) (Coral 9-62210 broken), 1962
72 Buddy Holly: 113,149: “Wishing” (Buddy Holly-Bob Montgomery) / 112,767: “Wait Till the Sun Shines Nellie” (Chuck Berry) (Coral 62369), 1963
73 Buddy Holly: 102,022: “That’ll Be the Day” (Jerry Allison-Buddy Holly-Norman Petty) / 102,021: “I’m Lookin’ for Someone to Love” (Buddy Holly-Norman Petty) (Coral 65618), undated
74 Buddy Holly: 100,440: “Rock Around with Ollie Vee” (Sonny Curtis) / 103,257: “I’m Gonna Love You Too” (Joe Mauldin-Norman Petty-Miki Sullivan) (Coral 62390), 1963
75 Buddy Holly: 104,202: “Rave On” (Sunny West-Bill Tilghman-Norman Petty) / 103,257: “Early in the Morning” (B. Darin-W. Harris) (Coral 62554), undated
76 Buddy Holly: 120,714: “Love Is Strange” (Ethel Smith-Mickey Baker-Sylvia Robinson) / 120,719: “You’re the One” (Buddy Holly-Waylon Jennings-Slim Corbin) (Coral 62558), 1969
77 Buddy Holly: The Collectors Buddy Holly S Promo 19 A: 1. Interview with dj Red Robinson, Vancouver, Canada, October 3,1967; 2. Buddy Holly talks about his recent releases, November 5, 1957; 3. Newscast about plane crash, Lubbock, February 3, 1959 / S Promo 19 B: 1. The Ed Sullivan Show December 1, 1957 with "That'll Be the Day"; 2. Interview with Alan Freed, WNEW-TV, October 2, 1958; 3. Newscast about plane crash, Mason City, February 3, 1959 (MCA copy 1 of 2), 1981
78 Buddy Holly: The Collectors Buddy Holly S Promo 19 A: 1. Interview with dj Red Robinson, Vancouver, Canada, October 3,1967; 2. Buddy Holly talks about his recent releases, November 5, 1957; 3. Newscast about plane crash, Lubbock, February 3, 1959 / S Promo 19 B: 1. The Ed Sullivan Show December 1, 1957nwith "That'll Be the Day"; 2. Interview with Alan Freed, WNEW-TV, October 2, 1958; 3. Newscast about plane crash, Mason City, February 3, 1959 (MCA copy 2 of 2), 1981
79 The Buddy Holly Story movie sound track [Gary Busey performing on flexible vinyl promotional]: “Rave On”, “Peggy Sue”. “Maybe Baby”, “It’s So Easy”. “Well All Right”, “Whole Lot of Shaning”, “Rock with Ollie Vee”, “That’ll Be the Day”, “Oh Boy”, “True Love Ways" (Innovisions/ECA Productions 33-1/3 rpm), 1978
80 “What’s It All About”: Program 585: Buddy Holly with Bill Huie (interview and hit records) / Program 586: Kenny Rogers with Bill Huie (interview and hit records) (TRAV for Presbyterian Curch US MA 2903), 1981
81 Hollywood Flames: A: “Buzz Buzz Buzz” / B. “Crazy” (Specialty SP 742), undated
82 Homer and Jethro: E3VW-0872: “(How Much Is) That Hound Dog in the Window” / E3VW-0874: “Pore Ol’ Koo-Liger” (RCA Victor 47-5280), undated
83 Hong Kong White Sox: 711: “Cholley-Oop” / Brumley Prunk: 712: “He’d Better Go” (Trans-World 45-6906), undated
84 Horizon: 1: “Offset Horizon”; ““(Try to) Stand Still” / 2.: “False Religion”; “Melody of Life” (Choice Cuts 705020), undated
85 Johnny Horton: ZSP 118512: “The Battle of New Orleans” (arr. Jimmie Driftwood) / ZSP 118513: “All for the Love of a Girl” (J. Horton) (Columbia 4-44156), 1959
86 Johnny Horton: ZSP 51297: “North to Alaska” (M. Phillips) / ZSP 51296: “The Mansion You Stole” (J. Horton) (Columbia 4-41782), 1959
87 Hot-Toddys: ZTSP 28987: “Rockin’ Crickets” / ZTSP 28988: “Shakin’ and Stompin’“ (Shan-Todd ST-0056), undated
88 Huckelbone: A: “Red Eyed Boogie Boy” (Lewis, Maile) / B: “It’s So Easy (B. Holly, N. Petty) (Pye 7N.45169), 1972
89 Hudson and Landry: 45-LIB-714: “Bruiser La Rue” / 45-LIB-715: “Ajax Airlines” (Doré 868), undated
90 Ferlin Husky: 45-16014: “Gone” / 45-16015: “Missing Persons” (Capitol F3628), undated
91 Brian Hyland: 45-10680: “Ginny Come Lately” / 45-10682: “I Should Be Getting’ Better” (ABC-Paramount 10294), 1962
92 Brian Hyland: AMP 45-10905: “Sealed with a Kiss” / AMP 45-10906: “I Should Be Getting’ Better” (ABC-Paramount 45-10336), 1962
93 Brian Hyland: PHW1-38062: “The Joker Went Wild” / PHW1-37808: “I Can Hear the Rain” (Philips 40377), 1966
94 The Impalas: 58-OR-43: “Sorry (I Ran All the Way Home)” / 58-OR-44: “Fool, Fool, Fool” (Cub K9022), 1958
95 Jorgen Ingmann: 60-C-5167: “Apache” / 60-C-5168: “Echo Boogie” (Atco Atlantic 45-6184), undated
96 Big Dee Irwin: 10060: “Swinging on a Star” / 10061: “Another Night with the Boys” (Dimension 1010), undated
97 José Iturbi: Rachmaninoff “Prelude In C-Sharp Minor, Opus 3, Number 2” / Paderewski “Minuet In G, Opus, Number 1” (RCA Victor 49-0131), undated
98 José Iturbi: Chopin “Etude in C Minor, Opus10, Number 12” / Saint-Saens “Allegro Appassionato, Opus 70” (RCA Victor 49-0844), undated
99 José Iturbi: Saint-Saens “Allegro Appassionato, Opus 70” / Albeniz “Malaguena” (RCA Victor 49-0845), undated
100 Terry Jacks: M 240: “I’m Gonna Love You Too” (Joe Mauldin-Niki Sullivan-Norman Petty) / M 241: “Something Good Was Over Before It Ever Got To Start” (London 45-188-DJ promotional), 1972
101 Terry Jacks: 1: “Rock and Roll (I Gave You the Best Years of My Life)” (Kevin Johnson) / 2: “The Love Game” (Goldfish GS 111), 1973-1974
102 The Jackson Brothers: “Baby Baby” / “Troubles” (Candy C-002), undated
103 J. J. Jackson: CD S-JJ 3: “Oo-Ma-Liddi” / CD S-JJ 4: “Let the Show Begin” (Storm 502), undated
104 Lee Jackson: “I Named My Little Girl Holly” / “Stratocaster Strut” (Robin Red RR-001 limited edition #59), September 7, 1985
105 Lee Jackson: “I Named My Little Girl Holly” / “Stratocaster Strut” (Robin Red RR-001 limited edition #357), September 7, 1985
106 Stonewall Jackson: ZSP 45781: “Waterloo” / ZSP 48919: Mary Don’t You Weep” (Columbia Hall of Fame 4-33016), 1959
107 Wanda Jackson: 45-35018: “In the Middle of a Heartache” / 45-35020: “I’d Be Ashamed” (Capitol 4635), 1961
108 Wanda Jackson: A: “Mean Mean Man”; “Our Song” / B: “Long Tall Sally:; “Party” (EMI, Capitol EAP 20003 autographed sleeve), 1969
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44 1 Dick Jacobs: 105,250: “Song of Paree” / 105,251: “Rock-A-Tango” (Coral 9-62023 promotional), undated
2 The Jaguars: “Baby Baby Baby” / “The Way You Look Tonight” (R-Dell 11), undated
3 David James: A: “Buddy’s Song” (Buddy Holly) / B: “We Belong Together (You and I)” (Nonchalant IRDA 559 with note from artist), 1979
4 Deviny James: “Baby Child” / “That’s All Right Mama” (Studio City SC 1002), undated
5 Deviny James: A: “Little Girl” / B: “Blue, Blue Denims” (Forever FR 6002), undated
6 Joni James: 53-XY-237: “I’ll Never Stand in Your Way” / 53-XY-458: “Why Can’t I” (MGM K11606), undated
7 Joni James: 54-XY-26: “In a Garden of Roses” / 54-XY-101: “Every Day” (Jacobson) (MGM K11753), undated
8 Joni James: 58-XY-906: “There Goes My Heart” / 58-XY-905: “Funny” (MGM K12706 copy 1 of 2), undated
9 Joni James: 58-XY-906: “There Goes My Heart” / 58-XY-905: “Funny” (MGM K12706 copy 2 of 2), undated
10 Joni James: 58-XY-1176: “There Must Be a Way” / 58-XY-1286: “Sorry for Myself?” (MGM K12746), undated
11 Joni James: 58-XY-1176: “There Must Be a Way” / 58-XY-1286: “Sorry for Myself?” (MGM K12746 promotional), undated
12 Joni James: 59-XY-71: “There Must Be a Way” / 58-XY-1177: “Sorry for Myself?” (MGM K12849), undated
13 Tommy James and The Shondells: 18885: “Say I Am (What I Am)” / 18894: “Lots of Pretty Girls” (Roulette R-4695), undated
14 Tommy James and The Shondells: 19468: “Some Kind of Love” / 19510: “Crimson and Clover” (Roulette R-7028), undated
15 The Jamies: ZSP 44264: “Summertime, Summertime” / ZSP 55265: “Searching for You” (Epic/CBS 5-9281), undated
16 The Jamies: ZSP 44264: “Summertime, Summertime” / ZSP 55265: “Searching for You” (Epic/CBS 5-9281 second state), July 1958
17 Jan and Dean: LB-1811: “Dead Man’s Curve” / LB-1810-Re-2: “The New Girl in School” (Liberty 55672), undated
18 Janice K and the Phantom Band: A: “I Beg of You”; “Don’t Be a Fool” / B: “I Was the One”; “Skull and Crossbones” (Mighty Midwest Music MR 1985-4 33-1/3 rpm), 1985
19 The Jayhawks: A: “My Only Darling” / B: “Stranded in the Jungle” (Flash FL-109), undated
20 The Jaynetts: TU 5555: “Sally, Go ‘Round the Roses” / TU 5556: Instrumental to “Sally, Go ‘Round the Roses” (Tuff 369), undated
21 Joe Jedraski and his Polish-Canadian Band: A: “Don’t Cry My Love-Waltz” / B: “Easy Does It-Oberek” (Jan 45-5009), 1954
22 Jefferson Airplane: TPKM-4883: “Plastic Fantastic Lover” / TPKM-4884: “White Rabbit” (RCA Victor 47-9248), undated
23 Herb Jeffries: H2TW-0536: “Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues” / H2TW-3038: “So Shy” (RCA Victor 47-6950), undated
24 The Jelly Beans: L/S-1034: “Baby Be Mine” / L/S-1035: “The Kind of Boy You Can’t Forget” (Red Bird RB-10-011), undated
25 Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers: A: “Swing the Mood” / B: “Glenn Miller Medley” (Music Factory ATCO Atlantic 7-99140), 1989
26 The Jive Five: A: “My True Story” / B: “When I Was Single” (Lana L 105), undated
27 Jivin’ Gene:and The Jokers: “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” / “My Need for Love” (Mercury 71484X45 YW18749), undated
28 Joe and Eddie: N-1997: “Swing Down Chariot” / N-1999: “Wild Is the Wind” (Crescendo GNP 316x), undated
29 Billy Joel: A: “We Didn’t Start the Fire” B: “House of Blue Light” (Columbia 38-73021), 1989
30 Betty Johnson: 5082: “I Want Eddie Fisher for Christmas” 5083: “Show Me” (New-Disc 10013), undated
31 Betty Johnson: A-2865: “Winter in Miami” A-2866: “The Little Blue Man” (Atlantic 45-1169), undated
32 Johnnie and Joe: A: “Over the Mountain Across the Sea” / B: “Shortening Bread” (Lana 121), undated
33 Johnnie and Joe: A: “Over the Mountain; Across the Sea” / B: “My Baby’s Gone, On, On” (J and S J-1654), undated
34 Al Jolson: 45-L 3912: “Swanee” / 45-L 3913: “April Showers” (Decca 9-23470), undated
35 Kay Cee Jones: AME-722-1A: “High School Romance” / AME-723-2: “Shrt’nin’ Bread Rock” (American 45-1035 promotional), undated
36 Junior and his Hi-Fives: A: “With This Ring” (Licio Sanchez Jr.-Lupe Serna Jr.) / B: “Cruising” (Lucio Sanchez Jr.) (Mayté Records, Linn, Texas MT-16), undated
37 Bert Kaempfert and his orchestra: DGG 24 086 A: “Wonderland By Night” / DGG 24 086 B: “Dreaming the Blues” (Decca 9-31141 copy 1 of 2), undated
38 Bert Kaempfert and his orchestra: DGG 24 086 A: “Wonderland By Night” / DGG 24 086 B: “Dreaming the Blues” (Decca 9-31141 copy 2 of 2), undated
39 Kalin Twins: 104,654: “Three O’Clock Thrill” / 104,655: “When” (Decca 9-36042), undated
40 Andy Kim: ST-1013: “How’d We Ever Get This Way” / ST-1014: “Are You Ever Coming Home” (Steed 45-707), undated
41 Carole King: 66031: “I Feel the Earth Move” / 66015: “It’s Too Late” (Ode 66015), undated
42 Wayne King and Orchestra: “Let Your Heart Lead The Way” / “Anna Rosa” (RCA Victor 47-2999), undated
43 Wayne King and Orchestra: “There Was Moonlight In Her Hair” / “Do We Have To Say Goodnight” (RCA Victor 47-3000), undated
44 Wayne King and Orchestra: “Far Into The Night” / “Cling To Me” (RCA Victor47-3001), undated
45 The Kingsmen: 1: “Louie louie”; 2: “Haunted castle” / “Jocko” Henderson: 1: “A little bit of everything”; 2: “Blast off to love” (Disques Vogue EPL. 8172), 1963
46 The Kingston Trio: 45-18390: “Tom Dooley” / 45-19853: “Ruby Red” (Capitol F4049), undated
47 Johnny Kline: “Rock Me Mama” / “Rock A Billy Baby” (Jet 102 autographed sleeve with business card), undated
48 Buddy Knox: LB-1186: “Ling-Ting-Tong” (M. Godwin) / LB-1187: “The Kisses (They’re All Mine)” (Knox) (Liberty F-55305), undated
49 Buddy Knox: WRC3-4285L: “Sweet Country Music” film theme (Knox) / WRC3-4285R: “I Named My Little Baby Girl Holly” (Lee Jackson) (Sunnyhill, Arnaud, Manitoba), undated
50 Buddy Knox: 1.: “Little Girl Holly” (Lee Jackson); 2.: “Holly” instrumental with recitation by Peggy Sue Rackham / Bill Coleman: “Everyday with Peggy Sue” (Allison, Holly, Petty) (Robin Red RRR 003, recorded at Caldwell Studios, sleeve and record autograped by Bill Coleman), 1988
51 Patti LaBelle and The Blue Belles: 45-K11597: “Down the Aisle” / 45-K11598: “C’est la Vie (So Go Life)” (King 45-5777), undated
52 Frankie Laine: YW479: “By the River Sainte Marie” / YW481: “That’s My Desire” (Mercury C-30019X45), October 3, 1957
53 Frankie Laine: ZSP 9763: “High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me)” / ZSP 9769: “Rock of Gibraltar” (Columbia 4-39770), undated
54 Frankie Laine with Ray Coniff: A: “Moonlight Gambler” / Ersel Hickey: B: “Bluebirds over the Mountain” (Underground URC 1061), undated
55 The Lamplighters: 45-F402: “Tell Me You Care” / 45-F408: “I Used to Cry Mercy, Mercy” (Federal 45-12176), undated
56 Major Lance: ZSP 75249: “The Monkey Time” / ZSP 75250: “Mama Didn’t Know” (Okeh 4-7175), 1963
57 Major Lance: ZSP 76066: “Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um” / ZSP 76435: “Sweet Music” (Okeh 4-7187), 1963
58 Major Lance: ZSP 78456: “Please Don’t Say No More” / ZSP 78457: “Rhythm” (Okeh 4-7203), 1964
59 Rod Lauren: K2PW-4941: “If I Had a Girl” / K2PW-4942: “No Wonder” (RCA Victor 47-7645), undated
60 Paul Lavalle and Cities Service Band of America: “Band Of America March” / “Stars And Stripes Forever” (RCA Victor 47-4154), undated
61 Paul Lavalle and Cities Service Band of America: “El Capitan” / “Onward Christian Soldiers” (RCA Victor 47-4155), undated
62 Paul Lavalle and Cities Service Band of America: “The Washington Grays” / “Washington Post March” (RCA Victor 47-4156), undated
63 Paul Lavalle and Cities Service Band of America: “Barnum And Bailey’s Favorite” / “Colonel Bogey March” (RCA Victor 47-4157), undated
64 Paul Lavalle and Cities Service Band of America: “The Trumpet Polka” / “Pitter Pat Parade” (RCA Victor 47-4615), undated
65 Eddie Lawrence: 89915: “The Old Philosopher” / 89914: “King Arthur’s Mines” (Coral 9-61671), 1956
66 Eddie Lawrence: 45-103587: “The Merry Old Philosopher” / 103588: “That Holiday Spirit” (Coral 9-61915), 1957
67 Steve Lawrence: ZSP 58182: “Go Away Little Girl” ZSP 59998: “More” (Columbia Hall of Fame 4-33068), 1962-1963
68 Brenda Lee: 111,915: “Everybody Loves Me But You” / 111,042: “Here Comes That Feeling” (Decca 31379), April 16, 1962
69 Brenda Lee: 116,999: “Too Little Time” / 117,000: “Time and Time Again” (Decca 31917), 1966
70 Brenda Lee: 120,863: “Johnny One Time” / 120,860: “I Must Have Been Out of My Mind” (Decca 32428), 1968
71 Dickey Lee: YW-24322: “Patches” / YW-24323 “More or Less” (Smash S-1406), 1962
72 Dickey Lee: ZTSP 91656: “Laurie (Strange Things Happen)” / ZTSP 91657: “Party Doll” (TCF Hall TCF-102), 1965
73 Dickey Lee: E-1763: “Laurie (Strange Things Happen)” / E-1764: “The Girl from Peyton Place” (Eric 120), undated
74 Dickey Lee: ZTSP 105635: “The Girl from Peyton Place” / ZTSP 105636: “A Girl I Used to Know” (TCF Hall TCF-102), 1965
75 Dickey Lee: YW-24322: “Patches” / YW-26114: “I Saw Linda Yesterday” (Smash S-1406 reissue), February 1965
76 Dinah Lee: MX49823: “It Doesn’t Matter Any More” / MX49824: “Midnight Blue” (Festival K6566), undated
77 Peggy Lee: 45-19145: “Fever” / 45-19200: “You Don’t Know” (Capitol F3998), undated
78 The Lemon Pipers: 5063: “Rice Is Nice” / 5064: “Blueberry Blue” (Buddah BDA 31), undated
79 Bobby Leonard and Thwe Explorers: CS-1007: “Project Venus” / CS-1008: “Rockin’ Ship” (Unity CP-2114 promotional), undated
80 Sylvan Levin and the RCA Victor Orchestra: “Bluebird of Happiness” / “Because” (RCA Victor 49-0135), undated
81 Barbara Lewis: A-6713: “Hello Stranger” / A-6714: “Think a Lillte Sugar” (Atlantic 45-2184), undated
82 Barbara Lewis: A-6712: “Puppy Love” / A-7349: “Snap Your Fingers” (Atlantic 45-2214), undated
83 Bobby Lewis: A: “Rockabilly Days” / B: “So Close I Can Taste It” (Ventura VRI-203), undated
84 Gary Lewis and The Playboys: LB-1981: “This Diamond Ring” / LB-1999: “Tijuana Wedding” (Liberty 55756), undated
85 Gary Lewis and The Playboys: LB-2107: “Everybody Loves a Clown” / LB-2108: “Time Stands Still” (Liberty 55818), undated
86 Jerry Lee Lewis: undated
87 Jerry Lewis: 100713: “Come Rain or Come Shine” / 100723: “Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody” (Decca 9-30124 copy 1 of 2), 1956
88 Jerry Lewis: 100713: “Come Rain or Come Shine” / 100723: “Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody” (Decca 9-30124 copy 2 of 2), 1956
89 Jerry Lee Lewis: A: “Great Balls of Fire”; “Whole Lot of Shakin’ Goin’ On” / B: “High School Confidential”; “Breathless” (KAW Tonpress N-46), undated
90 Kathy Linden: FD-270: “Goodbye Jimmy, Goodbye” / FD-271: “Heartaches at Sweet Sixteen” (Felsted 45-8571), undated
91 Sherwin Linton with Patti and Pam and The Silver Shadows: A: “Rock-A-Billy (Is Even Better the Second Time Around)” / B: “I Forgot to Remember to Forget” (Soundwaves SW-4709-NSD), 1983
92 The Little Dippers: 2000: “Forever” / 2001: “Two by Four” (University U-210 copy 1 of 2), 1960
93 The Little Dippers: 2000: “Forever” / 2001: “Two by Four” (University U-210 copy 1 of 2), 1960
94 The Little Dippers: 207: “Forever” / 208: “Two by Four” (University 210), 1960
95 Little Eva: 5971: “The Loco-Motion” / 5972: “He Is the Boy” (Dimension 1000 copy 1 of 2), undated
96 Little Eva: 5971: “The Loco-Motion” / 5972: “He Is the Boy” (Dimension 1000 copy 2 of 2 second state), undated
97 Little Eva: 10004: “Keep Your Hands Off My Baby” / 10005: “Where Do I Go?” (Dimension 1003 copy 1 of 2), undated
98 Little Eva: 10004: “Keep Your Hands Off My Baby” / 10005: “Where Do I Go?” (Dimension 1003 copy 2 of 2), undated
99 The Lollipops: RHKM-0745: “I’ll Set My Love to Music” / RHKM-0746: “Peggy Got Engaged” (RCA Victor 47-8344), undated
100 Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians: “Easter Parade” / “Always” (DECCA 9-23817), undated
101 Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians: “Raindrop Serenade” / “La Golondrina” (DECCA 9-24854), undated
102 Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians: “Canadian Capers” / “Stumbling” (DECCA 9-24925), undated
103 Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians: “The Cannon Ball” / “National Emblem March” (DECCA 9-24926), undated
104 Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians: “Begin The Beguine” / “Speak Low” (DECCA 9-25267), undated
105 Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians: “Take It Easy” / “It’s Love-Love-Love” (DECCA 9-25268), undated
106 Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians: “Orchids In The Moonlight” / “Valencia” (DECCA 9-25270), undated
107 Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians: “Tennessee Waltz” / “Get Out Those Old Records” (DECCA 9-27336), undated
108 Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians: 1.”If I Loved You”; 2.”My Darling, My Darling” / 3.”Stranger In Paradise”; 4.”Once In Love With Amy” (Capitol 2-788), undated
109 Laurie London: 45-X42037: “Handed Down” / 45-X42038: “He’s Got the Whole World (In His Hands)” (Capitol F3891), undated
110 The Lone Twister: A 5824: “The Lone Twister” / A 5825: “Twistin’ Up a Storm” (Atlantic 45-2130), undated
111 Long Tall Ernie and The Shakers: “Do You Remember” / “Cocktails at Midnight” (Polydor 2121 341), 1977
112 Trini Lopez: 3012: “Double Trouble” (Marcellino-Greenbach-Larson) / HX3721: “Sinner Man” (Lopez-Hart-Weinstein-Barberis-Randazzo) (Reprise Warner Brothers 0405), 1965
113 Cindy Lord and Lindy Doherty: ZTSP 24358: “The Wedding Is Over” / ZTSP 24359: “Let’s Go Steady” (Pilgrim 702), undated
114 Herb B. Lou: 1503: “The Trial” / Legal Eagles: 1504: “Kiss Me” (Arch 1607), undated
115 Ronnie Love and orchestra: MB-15372: “Chills and Fever” / MB-15373: “No Use Pledging My Love” (Dot 4516144), undated
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45 1 Jim Lowe: F9OW-0227: “Close the Door” / F9OW-0228: “Nuevo Laredo” (Dot 45-15381), undated
2 Jim Lowe: MW-9219: “The Green Door” / MW-9220: “(The Story of) The Little Man in Chinatown” (Dot 45-15381), undated
3 Bobby Lowell and Company: 1: “Um-Baby, Baby”; “So in Love with You” / “Sixteen Chicks”; “I’m a Fool” (Mighty Midwest Music 1985-1), 1985
4 Bobby Lowell and Company: “Iron Pony” / “Take Me Back” (Mighty Midwest Music 1985-3), 1985
5 Larry Lujack “Superjock”“ A: “The Ballad of the Mad Streaker” / same as A side (Curtom Buggah CR 1998), 1974
6 Robin Luke: 1: “Strollin’ Blues” / 2. “You Can’t Stop Me from Dreaming” (Dot 45-15899), undated
7 Lulu: ZSP 136481: “Me, the Peaceful Heart” /ZSP 136482: “Look Out” (Epic 5-10302), undated
8 The Ly-Dells: 1024: “Wizard of Love” / 1025: “Let This Night Last” (Master 251), undated
9 The Ly-Dells: A: “Wizard of Love” / B: “Genie of the Lamp” (Collectables COL 0278), undated
10 Lydia an de Melodiestrings: A: “Send Me the Pillow” (H. Locklin) / B: “Heartbeat” (J. Stevens) (EMI aA 006-26721), 1965
11 Barbara Lyons: AMP 45-10132: “Dear Buddy” (G. Goffin-C. King) / AMP 45-10133: “Little Boy” (C. Stevens) (ABC-Paramount 45-10153), undated
12 Lonnie Mack: P5KM-6059: “Memphis” / PK5M-6060: “Down in the Dumps” (Fraternity F-906), undated
13 Ronnie Mack: A: “My Best Friend (Tribute to Ricky Nelson)” / B: “Kentucky Means Paradise” (Lonesome Town LTS-110 with press release), 1986
14 Gisele MacKenzie: 1: “Unchained Melody”; “Two Hearts, Two Kisses” / 2.: “Play Me Hearts and Flowers”; “The Breeze and I” (Camden RCA CAE 289), undated
15 John Maddox with The Rhythmasters: A: “Sweet Georgia Brown” / B: “Dill Pickles” (Dot 451057), 1951
16 Johnny Maddox with The Rhythmasters: M-8559: “The Crazy Otto (Medley)” / M-8508: “Humoresque” (Dot 4515325), 1955
17 Johnny Maddox: MW-10368: “Yellow Dog Blues” / MW-10369: “Sugar Train” (Dot 45-15683), 1957
18 Johnny Maddox: MB-15618: “Asia Minor” / MB-15619: “Shell Happy” (Dot 45-16185), January 1961
19 Johnny Maddox: MB-8065: “Eight Beat Boogie” / MB-8559: “The Crazy Otto (Medley)” (Dot 45-117), undated
20 George Maharis: ZSP 58196: “Baby Has Gone Bye Bye” / ZSP 56382: “Teach Me Tonight” (Memory Lane Epic 5-2223), 1962
21 The Majorettes: A: “Let’s Do the Kangaroo” / B: “Dance with Me” (Troy 1004), undated
22 The Mamas and The Papas: 45-01054: “Creeque Alley” / 45-01004: “Did You Ever Want to Cry” (Dunhill 45-D-4083), undated
23 Henry Mancini and orchestra: J2PW-1383: “Peter Gunn Theme” / L2PW-4907: “Moon River” (RCA Victor 447-0598), 1958-1960
24 The Marcels: E-1751: “Summertime” / E-1752: “Heartaches” (Eric 114), undated
25 The Mar-Keys: STX-6702: “Bo-Time” (Cropper) / STX-6703: “The Dribble” (Cropper-Axton-Collins-Grimes) (Stax S-133), undated
26 The Mark II: ZTSP 64852: “Night Theme” / ZTSP 65853: “Confusion” (Wye 5-1001), undated
27 The Mark IV: S-100: “(Make With) The Shake” / S-101: “45 R.P.M.” (Cosmic 704), undated
28 Mimi Martel and Hal Lomen Orchestra: “Why Don’t You Believe Me” / “I” (TOPS 45-347), undated
29 Dean Martin: 45-18250: “Return to Me” / 45-18253: “Forgetting You” (Capitol F3894), 1958
30 Dean Martin:2703: “Everybody Loves Somebody” / 2706: “A Little Voice” (Reprise 0281), 1964
31 Freddy Martin Orchestra: “Bluebird On Your Windowsill” / “I’ve Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts” (RCA Victor 47-3047), undated
32 Vince Martin: 45-280: “Only If You Praise the Lord” / 45-281: “Cindy, Oh Cindy” (Glory 45-247 copy 1 of 2), undated
33 Vince Martin: 45-280: “Only If You Praise the Lord” / 45-281: “Cindy, Oh Cindy” (Glory 45-247 copy 2 of 2), undated
34 Al Martino: 45-24504: “I Love You Because” / 45-24503: “Merry-G-Round” (Capitol 4930), 1963
35 Al Martino: 45-26116: “Melody of Love” / 45-27080: “Spanish Eyes” (Starline-Capitol 4930), 1965
36 Marty: A: “Marty on Planet Mars” Part 1 / B: “Marty on Planet Mars” Part 2 (Novelty 101) 1956
37 Sammy Masters: K9OW-4909: “Rockin Red Wing” / K9OW-4910: “Lonely Weekend” (Lode 108), undated
38 Tobin Mathews: 25-155: “Rubu Duby Du” / 25-156: “Leatherjacket Cowboy” (Chief 7022), undated
39 Johnny Mathis: ZSP 44491: “Call Me” / ZSP 44492: “Stairway to the Sea (Scalinatella)” (Columbia 4-41253), 1958
40 Johnny Mathis: ZSP 57887: “Gina” / RZSP 79383: “I Love Her That’s Why” (Columbia 4-42582), 1962
41 Johnny Mathis: ZSP 39779: “It’s Not for Me to Say” / ZSP 42142: “Chances Are!” (Columbia Hall of Fame 4-33001), 1962
42 Johnny Mathis: ZSP 42143: “The Twelfth of Never” / ZSP 39295: “Wonderful! Wonderful!” (Columbia Hall of Fame 13-33048), 1981
43 Matlock: A: “Oh! Buddy (The Music Will Never Die)” (Stueart Matlock) / B: “Peggy Sue” (J. Allison-N. Petty) (Le Cam LC-213 Fort Worth, Texas, produced by Major Bill Smith), 1978
44 Matlock: A: “Oh! Buddy (The Music Will Never Die)” (Stueart Matlock) / B: “If You Really Want Me To I’ll Go” (Delbert McClinton) (Le Cam LC-213 Fort Worth, Texas, produced by Major Bill Smith), 1978
45 Matlock: A: “Oh! Buddy (The Music Will Never Die)” (Stueart Matlock) / B: “If You Really Want Me To I’ll Go” (Delbert McClinton) (Le Cam LC-213 Fort Worth, Texas, produced by Major Bill Smith second state), 1978
46 Matlock: A: “Oh! Buddy (The Music Will Never Die)” (Stueart Matlock) / B: “Sweet Peggy Sue” (S. Matlock) (Le Cam LC-915 Fort Worth, Texas, produced by Major Bill Smith), 1978
47 Paul Mauriat: 1-40540: “Love Is Blue (L’Amour est bleu)” / 1-39703: “Sunny” (Philips 40495), 1967
48 John Mayer and Quaker City String Band: 1. “In a Shanty in Old Shanty Town” 2. “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” / 3. “Best Things in Life Are Free” 4. “Highways Are Happy Ways” (Lindwood EAP-201), undated
49 The McCoys: W-10043: “Fever” / W-10044: “Sorrow” (Bang B-511), undated
50 Ronnie McDowell: 4781: “The King Is Gone” (Ronnie McDowell and Lee Morgan) / 4782: “Walking through Georgia in the Rain” (Scorpion GRT-135 copy 1 of 2), 1977
51 Ronnie McDowell: 4781: “The King Is Gone” (Ronnie McDowell and Lee Morgan) / 4782: “Walking through Georgia in the Rain” (Scorpion GRT-135 copy 2 of 2), 1977
52 The McGuire Sisters: 45-86221: “Heavenly Feeling” / 45-86222: “Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight” (Coral 9-61187), 1954
53 The McGuire Sisters: 45-87134: “Sincerely” / 45-87135: “No More” (Coral 9-61323 copy 1 of 2), 1954
54 The McGuire Sisters: 45-87134: “Sincerely” / 45-87135: “No More” (Coral 9-61323 copy 2 of 2), 1954
55 The McGuire Sisters: 87774: “Something’s Got to Give” / 87776: “Rhythm ‘N’ Blues” (Coral 9-61423), 1955
56 The McGuire Sisters: 106,074: “May You Always” / 106,075: “Achoo-Cha Cha” (Coral 9-62059), 1958
57 The McGuire Sisters: 110,649: “Just Because” / 110,650: “I Do, I Do, I Do” (Coral 9-62288), 1961
58 The McGuire Sisters: 111,183: “I’m Just Taking My Time” / 110,645: “I Can Dream, Can’t I?” (Coral 9-62296), undated
59 The McGuire Sisters: 87134: “Sincerely” (Harvey Fuqua-Allen Freed) / 103,671: “Sugartime” (Charlie Phillips-Odis Echols) (Coral 9-65226), undated
60 Don McLean: A: “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore” (Paul Anka) / B: “If We Try” (Don McLean) (EMI INT 575), 1978
61 Phil McLean: ZTSP 81100: “Small Sad Sam” / ZTSP 81101: “Chicken” (Versatile VER 107 copy 1 of 2), undated
62 Phil McLean: ZTSP 81100: “Small Sad Sam” / ZTSP 81101: “Chicken” (Versatile VER 107 copy 1 of 2 second state), undated
63 Clyde McPhatter: A-3373: “Since You’ve Been Gone” / A-1231: “Try Try Baby” (Atlantic 45-2028), 1958
64 Carl McVoy: BR 205: “Rainin’ in My Heart” (Moore; West) / BR 206: “Your Magic Love” (C. Matthews) (Tri-London 45-212), undated
65 Reynie Medrano: CR-207: “We Remember, Ritchie Valens” / CR-208: “Recordamos a Ritchie Valens” (Camino Real 204-45), 1987
66 George Melachrino: Loeb 1. “Masquerade” Melachrino 2. “Violins In The Night” Durand 3. “Waltz Of Paree” Rogers 4.”Out Of My Dreams” / Herbert 5. “Kiss Me Again” 6. “Padam…Padam…” Caryll 7. “The Pink Lady Waltz” Dubin-Herbert 8. “Indian Summer” (RCA Victor EPB-3077), undated
67 The Mello-Tones: A: “Rosie Lee” / B: “I’ll Never Fall in Love Again” (Collectables: COL 0120), undated
68 Sergio Mendes and Brasil ‘66: 1521: “The Fool on the Hill” / 1522: “So Many Stars” ( A and M 961), undated
69 Sam Meroney: A: “We Want You to Know” / B: “The Pines Stay Green” (Nor-Va-Jak NVJ 1329), undated
70 Marilyn Michaels: L5PW-3060: “Tell Tommy I Miss You” / L5PW-3061: “Everyone Was There But You” (47-7771 copy 1 of 2), undated
71 Marilyn Michaels: L5PW-3060: “Tell Tommy I Miss You” / L5PW-3061: “Everyone Was There But You” (47-7771 copy 2 of 2), undated
72 Mickey and Sylvia: G5JW-7873: “Love Is Strange” / G5JW-7874: “I’m Going Home” (Groove 4G-0175), 1956
73 Mickey and Sylvia: H4PW-1468: “There Oughts Be a Law” / H4PW-1470: “Dearest” (Vik 4X-0267), 1957
74 The Midnighters: 45-F430: “Stingy Little Thing” / 45-F432: “Tell Them” (Federal 45-12202), 1954
75 The Midnighters: 45-F1164: “Why Are We Apart” / 45-F1163: “Switchie Witchie Twitchie “ (Federal 45-12220), 1955
76 The Mighty, Mighty Clouds of Joy: UV 8064: “I’ll Be Alright” / UV 8065: “My Religion” (Peacock 5-1839, Houston, Texas), 1961
77 The Mike Curb Congregation: 1: “Mickey Mouse March” / Jimmie Dodd and the Mouseketeers: 2: “Mickey Mouse Alma Mater” (Buena Vista 499), 1974
78 Dick Miles: MB-15592: “Russian Roulette” / Pete Stamper: MB-15593: “Cheva-Kiser-Olds-Mo-Laca-Stude-Uar-Linco Baker” (Dot 45-16183), undated
79 Glenn Miller: 47-2854-A: “Star Dust” / 47-2854-B: “Pennsylvania Six-Five Thousand” (RCA Victor WP 148), undated
80 Ned Miller: A: “From a Jack to a King” / B: “Parade of Broken Hearts” (Fabor 114), undated
81 Roger Miller: YW1-30310: “Dang Me” / YW1-30306: “Got 2 Again” (Smash S-1881), 1964
82 Roger Miller: YW1-30302: “Chug-a-Lug” / YW1-33296: “Reincarnation” (Smash S-1926), 1964
83 Mills Brothers: 45-83054: “After All” / 45-83055: “The Glow-Worm” (Decca 9-28384), undated
84 Moe Koffman Quartette: 45-JB-11112: “The Swingin’ Shepherd Blues” / 45-JB-11113: Hambourg Bound” (Jubilee 45-5311), undated
85 Pat Molittieri: 690 A: “The ‘USA’“ / 690 B: “Say That You Love Me” (‘Teen Magazine T-414), undated
86 Bill Monroe: 83-130: “In the Pines” / 83131: “Footprints in the Snow” (MCA-60074), 1952
87 Moonriders: “Moovin’ with Max” / “Sound of the Hound” (Candy C-001), undated
88 Moonriders: “Easy Easy Cha Cha” / “Summertime Cha Cha” (Candy C-001), undated
89 Jane Morgan: H9-OW-6927: “Fascination” / H9-OW-6979: Whistling Instrumental--”Fascination” (Kapp K-191X), undated
90 Jane Morgan: J9-OW-8424: “The Day the Rains Came” / J9-OW-8425: “Le Jour ou la pluie viendra (The Day the Rains Came)” (Kapp K-235X), undated
91 Domenico Modugno: 83326: “Nel Bbu dipinto di blu” / 83021: “Mariti in citta” (Decca 9-30677 copy 1 of 2), 1958
92 Domenico Modugno: 83326: “Nel Bbu dipinto di blu” / 83021: “Mariti in citta” (Decca 9-30677 copy 2 of 2), 1958
93 Domenico Modugno: 105,874: “Come prima” / 105,549: “Strada ‘nfosa” (Decca 9-30777), 1958
94 Domenico Modugno: H.7000: Volare (Nel blu dipinto di blu)” / H.7001: “Nisciuno po’ sape’“ (Oriole 45-ICB 5000 1958
95 Jean Paul Morel: 1. “Mort de Thais”; 2. “Te Souvient Il Du Lumineux Voyage” / 3. “In Quelle Trine Morbide” (RCA Victor 49-0663), undated
96 Scott Muni: UPKM-6428: “Letter to an Unborn Child” / UPKM-6429: “23rd Psalm” (RCA Victor 47-9291 promotional), undated
97 The Murmaids: A: “Popsicles and Icicles” / B: “Huntington Flats” (Chattahoochee CH-628), undated
98 Danny Myers: 1: “My Song Is the Sunrise” / 2: “Love Is the Ball” (Cloud Nine Records, 4803-17th Street, Lubbock, Texas, produced by Larry Holley), undated
99 Bill Myles: E-2155: “Honey Bee” / E-2156: “The Joker (That’s What They Call Me)” (Ember E-1026), undated
100 The Mystics: ZTSP 62872: “All Through the Night” / ZTSP 62873: “(I Begin) To Think of You” (Laurie 3047), undated
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46 1 The Naturals: 59-OR-4: “Three Young Men” / %(-OR-4: “The Flower Somg” (Cub K9026 promotional), undated
2 Jerry Naylor: 45-60218: “My Special Angel” / 45-60440: “Would You Believe” (Tower 214 promotional autographed), 1966
3 Jerry Naylor: 45-60725: “Almost Persuaded” / 45-60726: “I’ll Get My Lie the Way I Want It” (Tower 264 autographed), 1966
4 Jerry Naylor: 45-60812: “Johnny Brown” / 45-60810: “Drinkin’ and Thinkin’“ (Tower 280 autographed), 1966
5 Jerry Naylor: 45-60728: “Sweet Violets” / 45-60814: “Temptation Leads Me” (Tower 327 autographed), 1967
6 Jerry Naylor: ZSS 152153: “But for Love” / ZSS 152152: Angeline” (Columbia 45-45106 autographed), 1970
7 Jerry Naylor: JZSS 153984: “Come on Love” mono / JZSS 153985: “Come on Love” stereo (Columbia 4-45292 promotional autographed), 1970
8 Jerry Naylor: 72 L 3118: “Hands” (Jack Daniels) / 72 L 3218: “Come on Love” (J. Allison-B. Holly-N. Petty) (MGM K14393 promotional), 1972
9 Jerry Naylor: 1: “Rave On” mono (B. Tilghman-S. West-N. Petty) / 2: “Rave On” stereo (MC-Motown MC 5010F promotional), 1978
10 Jerry Mac Neish: “Gunshot” / “Torquay” (Nor-Va-Jak 1327 copy 1 of 2), undated
11 Jerry Mac Neish: “Gunshot” / “Torquay” (Nor-Va-Jak 1327 copy 2 of 2), undated
12 Jerry Mac Neish: “Chief Whoopin-Koff” / “Panic Button” (Nor-Va-Jak 1328), undated
13 Jerry Mac Neish: “Bandit Boy” / “Drum Riot” (Nor-Va-Jak 1330), undated
14 Jerry Mac Neish: 606048XA: “Dumbo” / 606048XB: “El Ringo” (Nor-Va-Jak 1330), undated
15 Ricky Nelson: IM-1597: “Poor Fool” / IM-1602: “Don’t Leave Me This Way” (Imperial X5528 copy 1 of 2), 1958
16 Ricky Nelson: IM-1597: “Poor Fool” / IM-1602: “Don’t Leave Me This Way” (Imperial X5528 copy 2 of 2), 1958
17 Ricky Nelson: IM-2333: “Young Emotions” / IM-2477: “Right By My Side” (Imperial 5663), 1960
18 Ricky Nelson: IM-2926: “Hello Mary Lou” / IM-2935: “Travelin’ Man” (Imperial 5741), 1960
19 Ricky Nelson: IM-4356: “Teen Age Idol” / IM-4243: “I’ve Got My Eyes on You” (Imperial 5741), 1962
20 Teddy Nelson: A: “Dans Dans” / B: “O’ Boy” (West-Tilghman-Petty/Flyvende Nordmenn) (Triola TN 697), 1976
21 The Neons: 377A: “Angel Face” / 377B: “Kiss Me Quickly” (Tetra 4444), undated
22 New Legion Band: 1: “Jungle Beat” / 2: “Rave On (Norman Petty) (Spectacular 6078), undated
23 The New Seekers: “Buy the World a Coke” / “Little Bit of Sunshine”; “It’s the Real Thing” (Coca-Cola Company) 1969-1971
24 The New Vaudeville Band: YW1-38783: “Winchester Cathedral” / YW1-3874: “Wait for Me Baby” (Fontana F-1562), undated
25 Nino and The Ebb Tides: A: “Juke Box Sat. Night” / B: “Those Oldies but Goodies” (Million Seller 844), undated
26 Cliff Nobles and Company: PH-CNO-3: “Love Is All Right” / PH-CNO-4: “The Horse” (Phil-L.A. of Soul 313), undated
27 Nervous Norvus: MW-9152: “Transfusion” / MW-9153: “Dig” (Dot 45-1570), undated
28 Norman Petty Trio: AMP 45-714: “Almost Paradise (Petty) / AMP 45-713: “It’s Been a Long Long Time (Styne-Cahn) (ABC-Paramount 45-9787), 1957
29 Norman Petty Trio: JZSP 42450: “Moonbeams” / JZSP 42451: “Toy Boy” (Columbia 4-41039 promotional), 1957
30 The Bowman Brothers and the Norman Petty Trio: JZSP 43691: “Hey, Punkin’!” / JZSP 43692: “And I’ll Remember” (Columbia 4-41176 promotional), 1958
31 Norman Petty Trio: FD 485: “Mood Indigo” / FD 486: “On the Alamo” (Felsted 45-8647), 1962
32 Promenade Orchestra and Chorus: 1. A. Starr “Freight Train” 2. Promineers “I Love My Girl” / 3. Anita Rains “Dark Moon” 4. Michael Reed “The Girl With the Golden Braids” (Promenade Hit 13 A and B, scratched), undated
33 Promenade Orchestra and Chorus: 1. Billie Case “Great Balls of Fire” 2. Michael Reed “Just Born” 3. Johnny Logan “Kisses Sweeter Than Wine” / 4. Johnny Logan “Why Don’t They Understand” 5. Allan Freed “Whole Lot of Shakin’ Goin’ On” 6. The Wright Brothers "Only Because" (Promenade RR 21-A and B, scratched), undated
34 Promenade Orchestra and Chorus: 1. Tony Castro “Lot of Lovin’“ 2. Little Bobbie “Keep A Knockin’“ 3. The Melon Sisters “Happy Happy Birthday Baby” / 4. Eli Whitney “Jail House Rock” 5. Bob Robbins “Diana” 6. Michael Reed “April Love” (Promenade RR 22-A and B, scratched), undated
35 Promenade Orchestra and Chorus: 1. E. Baron “Tammy” 2. The Promineers “Stardust” / 3. Bella Grant “My Heart Reminds Me” 4. The Grasshoppers “That’ll Be The Day” (Promenade Hit 16 A and B, scratched), undated
36 Promenade Orchestra and Chorus, Maury Laws, director: 1. “To Love Again” 2. The Rockets “Long Tall Sally” / 3. The Teeners “I Want You To Be My Girl” 4. Laura Leslie “Ivory Tower” (Prom 45-715), undated
37 Promenade Orchestra and Chorus: 1. Donny Rounds “White Silver Sands” 2. Billy Case “I’m Gonna Sit Right Down” / 3. Jimmy Aires “Honeycomb” 4. Tony Castro “In the Middle of An Island” (Promenade Hit 15 A and B, scratched), undated
38 Oily Rags: A: “Come Up and See Me Anytime” / B: “Mailman Bring Me No More Blues” (Signature DB-10007), 1974
39 Johnny O’Keefe: 104,779: “Shake Baby Shake” / 104,780: “Real Wild Child” (J. O’Keefe-J. Greenan-D. Owens--Melody Lane/Nor-Va-Jak) (Brunswick 9-55067 promotional), undated
40 The Olympics: 66-3029-A: “Baby, Do the Philly Dog” / 66-3030-B: “Western Movies” (Mirwood 5523), undated
41 The Olympics: 66-3052-A: “The Bounce” / 66-3053-B: “The Duck” (Mirwood 5523), undated
42 The Original Casuals: FR 5006: “So Tough” / FR 5007: I Love My Darling” (Backbeat 503 Houston, Texas), undated
43 The Orlons: A: “The Wah-Watusi” / B: “Holiday Hill” (Cameo C-218), undated
44 Jerry Osborne: “The Country Side of ‘76” novelty as Dan Rathernot / (both sides same) (Jellyroll 10676 27743 autographed), 1976
45 Bob Osburn: LC-BOS 1: “Baby Lou” / LC-BOS 2: “You’re Gonna Know about Hurting” (Le Cam 136 promotional), undated
46 Bob Osburn: MB-18541: “Bound to Happen” / MB-18540: “Think of Me” (Dot 45-16562), undated
47 The Johnny Otis Show: 45-18745: “Willie and the Hand Jive” / 45-19814: “Willie Did the Cha Cha” (Capitol-Star Line 6040), undated
48 The Outsiders: S45-55852: “Time Won’t Let Me” / S45-55860: “Girl in Love” (Capitol-Star Line 6165), undated
49 Reg Owen and orchestra: J8OW-4715: “Manhattan Spiritual” / J8OW-4716: “Ritual Blues” (Palette PZ-5005), undated
50 Patti Page: YW9244: “I Went to Your Wedding” / YW9243: “You Belong to Me” (Mercury 5899X45), 1952
51 Patti Page: YW 9975: “Changing Partners” / YW 10078: “Where Did My Snowman Go” (Mercury 70260X45), 1953
52 Patti Page: YW10774: “Let Me Go, Lover!” / YW10255: “Hocus Pocus” (Mercury 70511X45), 1954
53 Patti Page: YW 10008: “Cross over the Bridge” / YW 10259: “My Restless Lover” (Mercury 70302X45), 1954
54 Patti Page: YW12911: “Allegheny Moon” / YW12912: “The Strangest Romance” (Mercury 70878X45), 1956
55 Patti Page: YW15257: “Old Cape Cod” / YW15307: “Wondering” (Mercury 71101X45), 1957
56 Patti Page: YW15257: “Old Cape Cod” / YW4346: “Mister and Mississippi” (Mercury C-30095 copy 1 of 2), undated
57 Patti Page: YW15257: “Old Cape Cod” / YW4346: “Mister and Mississippi” (Mercury C-30095 copy 2 of 2 second state), undated
58 Clarence “Bad Boy” Palmer abd the Jive Bombers: 45-SJB-70029: “Cherry” / 45-SJB-70041: “You Took My Love” (Savoy 45-1515), undated
59 Teddie Palmer: A: “Fools Paradise” (S. Leglaire, H. Linsley, N. Petty) / B: “Magic of a Child” (C. Maguire) (Sine SSN 1014), 1983
60 Panhandle: H-69178: “Everyday” (C. Hardin-N. Petty) / H-69179: “Tears Come with Forgetting You” (G. Ray-J. Dunham) (Happy Tiger HT-532 promotional), undated
61 The Paris Sisters: E-1733: “I Love How You Love Me” / E-1733A: “He Knows I Love Him Too Much” (Eric 101), undated
62 Little Junior Parker: FR 3056: “Wondering” / FR 3057: “Sitting and Thinking” (Duke 184), undated
63 Johnny Pate Quintet: 45-F595: “Swinging Shepherd Blues” / 45-F596: “The Elder” (Federal 45-12312), undated
64 Patience and Prudence: LB-607: “Tonight You Belong to Me” / LB-649: “Gonne’ Get Along Without Ya Now” (Liberty 54501), undated
65 Paul and Paula: PHW-222534: “Hey Paula” (Roy Hildebrand) / PHW-22670: “Something Old, Something New” (Montgomery-Tarver) (Philips Double-Hit 44005), undated
66 Dennis Paul: K-10591: “Peggy Sue” (Allison-Petty-Holly) / K-10592: “Seesaw” (Kapp K-815 promotional), undated
67 Peaches and Herb: ZSP 119970: “Love Is Strange” / ZSP 119974: “It’s True I Love You” (Date 2-1574), undated
68 Ann Peebles: HI 2628: “I Pity the Fool” / HI 2629: “Heartaches, Heartaches” (Hi-London HI 2186), undated
69 Leon Peels: WH-103: “A Casual Kiss” / WH-104: “Cottonhead Joe” (Whirlybird 2002), undated
70 Peggy Sue: 121,362: “Love Whatcha Got at Home” (Loretta Lynn-Peggy Sue Wells) / 121,363: “I’m Dynamite” (Loretta Lynn) (Decca 32485), undated
71 Peggy Sue: 7-122,022: “No Woman Can Hold Him Too Long” / 7-121-364: “I’m Getting’ Tired of Babyin’ You” (Decca 732571), undated
72 Carl Perkins: 7-231: “Blue Suede Shoes” / 7-236: “Honey Don’t” (Sun SUN-4), undated
73 Carl Perkins: A: “Take Me Back” / B: “Born to Boogie” (Music Mill 1007), 1976
74 The Perks: 1: “Reggae Sue (Peggy Sue)” (B. Holly) / 2: “Keep on Doin’ It” (Kelly/Bernez/Creed/Cousins) (Virgin 335), 1980
75 Jimmie Peters: 1: “Rhythm of Love” (Jack Reno) / 2. “Antique Heart” (Jimmie Peters) (Banner BA-103 Lubbock, Texas), undated
76 Jimmie Peters: ZSP 136845: “One Town Behind” (W. Kemp-C. Wayne) / ZSP 136846. “It’s Drinking Time Again” (H. Mills) (Columbia 4-44497), undated
77 Ray Peterson: DU-5017: “Why Don’t You Write Me” / DU-5018: “I Could Have Loved You So Well” (Dunes 45-2009), undated
78 Jim Pewter: 72 L 4062: “Ebony” / 72 L 4063: “Linda Lu” (MGM K 14446), undated
79 The Phantom: MB-14019: “Love Me” / MB-14020: (Dot 45-16056), undated
80 The Philadelphians: A-5894: “Coming Home to You” / A-5895: “Church Bells” (Campus Atco C-103), undated
81 Charlie Phillips: 103,259: “One Faded Rose” (Odis Echols-Nita Baggett-Charlie Phillips) / 103,260: “Sugartime” (Charlie Phillips-Odis Echols) (Coral 9-61908), undated
82 Phil Phillips: YW18523: “Juella” / YW18524: “Sea of Love” (Mercury 71465X45), undated
83 The Pickering Brothers: ST 7977: “Words” 9B. Gibbs, R. Gibbs, M. Gibbs) / “Oh, Boy” (S. West, B. Tilghman, N. Petty) (Stop ST 1572), undated
84 The Picks: JZSP 42795: “Look to the Future” / JZSP 42796: “Moondreams” (Columbia 4-41096 2 copies of sleeve autographed by Bill and John Pickering), undated
85 Wilson Pickett: A-12724: “I’m in Love” / A-12729: “Stag-O-Lee” (Atlantic A-2448), undated
86 The Piltdown Men: 45-34539: “Piltdown Rides Again” / 45-34540: “Bubbles in the Tar” (Capitol 4460), undated
87 Gene Pitney: ZTSP 66021: “Every Breath I Take” / ZTSP 66022: “Mr. Moon, Mr. Cupid and I” (Musicor MU 1011), 1961
88 Gene Pitney: ZTSP 66044: “Only Love Can Break a Heart” / ZTSP 66043: “If I Didn’t Have a Dime” (Musicor MU 1022), 1962
89 Gene Pitney: ZTSP 66055: “Mecca” / ZTSP 66056: “Teardrop by Teardrop” (Musicor MU 1028), 1962
90 The Pixies Three: YW1-29802: “Cold, Cold Winter” / YW1-29801: “442 Glenwood Avenue” (Mercury 72208), undated
91 The Platters: YW13638: “You’ll Never Never Know” YW13649: “It Isn’t Right” (Mercury 70948X45), August 17, 1956
92 The Platters: YW11548: “Only You” YW12070: “The Great Pretender” (Mercury C-30065), 1958
93 The Platters: YW12624: “My Prayer” YW12457: “(You’ve Got) The Magic Touch” (Mercury C-30066), undated
94 The Platters: YW15493: “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” YW18887: “Harbor Lights” (Mercury C-30093), undated
95 The Platters: A: “I’ll Be Home” B: “(You’ve Got) The Magic Touch” (Musicor MU-1211), undated
96 Poni-Tails: 45-3311: “Born Too Late” / 45-3313: “Come On, Joey, Dance with Me” (ABC-Paramount 45-9934), 1958
97 Poni-Tails: 45-3311: “Born Too Late” / 45-3313: “Come On, Joey, Dance with Me” (ABC 9934), undated
98 Franck Pourcel’s French Fiddles: 45-X42273: “Rainy Night in Paris” / 45-X42598: “Only You (Loin De Vous)” (Capitol F4165 copy 1 of 2), undated
99 Franck Pourcel’s French Fiddles: 45-X42273: “Rainy Night in Paris” / 45-X42598: “Only You (Loin De Vous)” (Capitol F4165 copy 2 of 2), undated
100 Joey Powers: A: “Midnight Mary” / B: “Harlem Nocturne” (Flashback AFS-9232), undated
101 Perez Prado: G2TX-0479: “Why Wait” / G2TW-8071: “Patricia” (RCA Victor 47-7245), undated
102 The Premiers: GX 13833: “Farmer John” / GX 13834: “Duffy’s Blues” (Warner Brothers 5443), undated
103 Elvis Presley: J2WW-3253: “I Need Your Love Tonight” / J2WW-3256: “(Now and Then There’s a) Fool Such as I” (RCA Victor 47-7506 copy 1 of 2), 1959
104 Elvis Presley: J2WW-3253: “I Need Your Love Tonight” / J2WW-3256: “(Now and Then There’s a) Fool Such as I” (RCA Victor 47-7506 copy 2 of 2), 1959
105 Elvis Presley: J2WW-3254: “A Big Hunk of Love” / H2PW-5524: “My Wish Came True” (RCA Victor 47-7600 copy 1 of 2), 1959
106 Elvis Presley: J2WW-3254: “A Big Hunk of Love” / H2PW-5524: “My Wish Came True” (RCA Victor 47-7600 copy 2 of 2), 1959
107 Elvis Presley: L2WW-0106: “Are You Lonesome Tonight?” / L2WW-0104: “I Gotta Know” (RCA Victor 47-7810), 1960
108 Elvis Presley: L2WW-0377: “Surrender” / L2PW-5381: “Lonely Man” (RCA Victor 47-7850), 1961
109 Elvis Presley: J2PW-5683: “That’s All Right” / J2PW-5684: “Blue Moon of Kentucky” (RCA Victor Gold Standard 447-0601), 1969
110 Elvis Presley: J2PW-5691: “Heartbreak Hotel” / J2PW-5692: “I Was the One” (RCA Victor Gold Standard 447-0605), 1970
111 Elvis Presley: J2PW-5691: “Hesartbreak Hotel” / J2PW-5692: “I Was the One” (RCA Victor 447-0605), 1977
112 Lloyd Price: AMP 45-3650: “(You’ve Got) Personality” / AMP 45-3651: “Have You Ever Had the Blues” (ABC-Paramount 45-10018), undated
113 Louis Prima: MB-15671: “Chapel by the Sea” / MB-15672: “Enchantment” (Dot 45-16193), undated
114 Red Prysock: YW11912: “Jumbo” / YW11916: “Hand Clappin’“ (Mercury 70698X45), undated
115 Tony Puglisi: 1: “Let’s Rock Tonight” / 2: “Two Hundred Miles”; “Long Blond Hair and Rosey Red Lips” (Unlimited UP 45-1), 1986
116 The Quin-Tones: 45-4026: “Down the Aisle of Love” / 45-2027: “Please Dear” (Hunt-Globe 45-321), undated
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47 1 The Raindrops: JB-11991: “What a Guy” / JB-11993: “It’s So Wonderful” (Jubilee 45-5444), 1963
2 The Raindrops: JB-11992: JB-12028: “The Kind of Boy You Can’t Forget” / “Even Though You Can’t Dance” (Jubilee 45-5455), 1963
3 Ramsey Lewis Trio: 13938: “The ‘In’ Crowd” / 13996: “Since I Fell for You” (Argo 5506), undated
4 D. C. Rand and The Jokers: “I’m Still Thinking” / “Shake It Up” (Candy C-003), undated
5 Teddy Randazzo: AMP 45-3784-1: “Misery” / AMP 45-10046: “Journey to Love” (ABC-Paramount 45-10,131), undated
6 Boots Randolph: 1: “Yakety Sax” / 2: “The Shadow of Your Smile” (Monument ZS7-8909), undated
7 Boots Randolph: A: “Yakety Sax” / Cozy Eggleston and his combo: B: “The Big Heavy” (Underground URC 1182), undated
8 Raw Holly: A: “Raining in My Heart (B. and F. Bryant) / B: “Little Baby” ((Holly-Allison-Petty-Mauldin); “Well Alright” (Holly-Petty-C. W. Kendall Jnr.) (Young Blood International YB 1007), 1971
9 Raw Holly: A: “Raining in My Heart (B. and F. Bryant) / B: “Well Alright” (Holly-Petty-C. W. Kendall Jnr.); “Not Fade Away” (Charles Hardin-Norman Petty) (Young Blood International YB 1022), undated
10 Johnnie Ray: ZSP 8770: “Hey There” / ZSP 8791: “Hernando’s Hideaway” (Okeh 4-6840), 1951
11 Johnnie Ray: ZSP 31471: “Hey There” / ZSP 31472: “Hernando’s Hideaway” (Columbia 4-40224), 1954
12 Johnnie Ray: ZSP 38906: “Just Walking in the Rain” / ZSP 38905: “In the Candlelight” (Columbia 4-40729), 1956
13 Johnnie Ray: ZSP 39437: “You Don’t Owe Me a Thing” / ZSP 39438: “Look Homeward, Angel” (Columbia 4-40803), 1956
14 Margie Rayburn: 45-LB-774: “I’m Available” / 45-LB-775: “If You Were” (Liberty F-55102 copy 1 of 2), undated
15 Margie Rayburn: 45-LB-774: “I’m Available” / 45-LB-775: “If You Were” (Liberty F-55102 copy 2 of 2), undated
16 The Rays: A: “Silhouttes” / B: “Daddy Cool” (Cameo 117), undated
17 Eskew Reeder: 11-815: “Undivided Love” / 11-816: “The Flu” (Instant 3258), undated
18 Della Reese: 45-JB-924: “I Cried for You” / 45-JB-926: “And That Reminds Me” (Jubilee 45-5292), undated
19 Jim Reeves: K2WW-1523: “He’ll Have to Go” / K2WW-1524: “In a Mansion Stands My Love” (RCA Victor 47-7643 copy 1 of 2), undated
20 Jim Reeves: K2WW-1523: “He’ll Have to Go” / K2WW-1524: “In a Mansion Stands My Love” (RCA Victor 47-7643 copy 2 of 2 second state), undated
21 Jim Reeves: L2WW-0097: “I’m Getting Better” / L2WW-0150: “I Know One” (RCA Victor 47-7756), undated
22 Jim Reeves recitation, Ginny Wright vocal: A: “I Love You” / Ginny Wright: B: “I Want You Yes (You Want Me No)” (Fabor 101), undated
23 Bob Regent and the Casablanca Hotel Orchestra: Joey Dano “Gino” / Joey Dano “Notte D’Amor” (Viva 45-68) autographed by Joey Dano and Bob Regent, undated
24 The Reveliers: L-237-M: “Maureen” / L-237-P: “Part III” (Lawn L-237 copy 1 of 2), undated
25 The Reveliers: L-237-M: “Maureen” / L-237-P: “Part III” (Lawn L-237 copy 2 of 2 second state), undated
26 The Revels: A: “Midnight Stroll” / B: “Talking to My Heart” (Norgolde 103), undated
27 The Revels with Barbara Adkins: 1-IM: “Vesuvius” / 1-IMX: “Church Key” (Impact), undated
28 Debbie Reynolds: L 10,036: “Tammy” / 102,566: “French Heels” (Coral 65529), undated
29 Joey Reynolds: ZTSC-121003: “Joey Reynolds’ Theme” / (both sides same) (WXYZ), undated
30 Joey Reynolds: “Joey Reynolds’ Theme” / “Rats in My Room” (Wibbage), undated
31 Tim Rice: A: “Not Fade Away” (C. Hardin/N. Petty) / B: “Nothing Different (Nothing Altered, Nothing Changed)” (Chrysalis CHS.2059), 1974
32 Nelson Riddle: 45-14661: “Lisbon Antigua” / 45-14662: “Robin Hood” (Capitol F3287), undated
33 Nelson Riddle: 45-19597: “Nel blu di pinto di blu” / 45-19598: “Walkin’“ (Capitol F 4024), undated
34 The Righteous Brothers: “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling” / “There’s a Woman” (Phillies 124), undated
35 The Righteous Brothers: “Just Once in My Life” / “The Blues” (Phillies 127), undated
36 The Righteous Brothers: “She’s All Mine” / “The White Cliffs of Dover” (Phillies 132 copy 1 of 2), undated
37 The Righteous Brothers: “She’s All Mine” / “The White Cliffs of Dover” (Phillies 132 copy 2 of 2), undated
38 Johnny Rivers: IM-5871: “Memphis” / IM-6036: “Cupid” (Imperial 043), 1964
39 Johnny Rivers: IM-6084: “Seventh Son” / IM-6088: “Un-Square Dance” (Imperial 66112), 1965
40 The Rivieras: L8OW 4589: “Moonlight Cocktails” / L8OW 0368: “Blessing of Love” (Coed CO 529), 1960
41 The Rivieras: 90723: “California Sun” / 90724: “H B Goose Step” (Riviera R-1401), 1963
42 Frank Roberts: IM-6246: “All in My Mind” / IM-6247: “Raining in My Heart” (Imperial IM-66188 DJ promotional), undated
43 Don Robertson: 45-15166: “The Happy Whistler” / 45-15167: “You’re Free to Go” (Capitol F3391), undated
44 Tina Robin: 45-102034: “I Have a Heart” / 45-102033: “My Mammy” (Coral 9-61822), undated
45 Tina Robin: 45-104,537: “No School Tomorrow” / 45-104,536: “Sugar Blues” (Coral 9-61977), undated
46 The Robins: B-5000: “Merry-Go-Rock” / B-5001: “Hurt Me” (Whippet W201x), undated
47 Jim Robinson: K8OW-2764: “Man from Texas” (M. Russell-S.Daugherty-N. Petty) / K8OW-2765: “Row Your Little Boat (J. Robinson-N. Petty) (Brill BR-2), undated
48 The Rockin’ Rebels: A: “Wild Weekend” / B: “Donkey Twine” (Lost-Nite LN-239), undated
49 Jimmie Rodgers: 13085: “Because You’re Young” / 13237: “I’m Never Gonna Tell” (Roulette R-4129), 1958
50 Tommy Roe: AMP-45-11037: “Susie Darlin’“ / AMP-45-11038: “Piddle de Pat” (ABC-Paramount 45-10362), undated
51 Tommy Roe: AMP-45-14041: “The You I Need” / AMP-45-15351: “Dizzy” (ABC-Paramount 45-11164), undated
52 John Rogers: A: “Out of the Blue” / B: “56 T-Bird” (RO-MC RM-0001 autographed), 1987
53 Roller Coasters: DF-163-499: “Spanish Twist” / DF-163-500: “Wild Twist” (Del-Fi 4194 copy 1 of 2), undated
54 Roller Coasters: DF-163-499: “Spanish Twist” / DF-163-500: “Wild Twist” (Del-Fi 4194 copy 2 of 2), undated
55 Rolling Stones: XDR 32719: “Not Fade Away” (Petty, Hardin) / XDR 32720: “Little by Little” (Phelge, Spector) (Decca F 11845), 1964
56 Rolling Stones: DR 38032: “Paint It, Black” / DR 38033: “Stupid Girl” (London 45-901), 1966
57 Rolling Stones: DR 35801: “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” / DR 35802: “The Under Assisstant West Coast Promotion Man” (London 45 LON 9766V), 1965
58 Rolling Stones: DR 39595: “Let’s Spend the Night Together” / DR 39596: “Ruby Tuesday” (London 45 LON 904), 1967
59 Don Rondo: 45-JB-900: “White Silver Sands” / 45-JB-901: “Stars Fell on Alabama” (Jubilee 45-5288), undated
60 Don Rondo: JB-560: “Two Different Worlds” / JB-900: “White Silver Sands” (Virgo VO-6016), undated
61 The Ronettes: “Be My Baby” / “Tedesco and Pitman” (Phillies 116), 1963
62 The Ronettes: “Do I Love You!” / “Bebe and Susu” (Phillies 121), 1964
63 The Ronettes: “Walking in the Rain” / “How Does It Feel?” (Phillies 123 copy 1 of 2), 1964
64 The Ronettes: “Walking in the Rain” / “How Does It Feel?” (Phillies 123 copy 2 of 2 second state), 1964
65 The Ronettes: “By My Baby” / “Walking in the Rain” (Hammer 4), undated
66 Ronnie and The Hi-Lites: 1: “Valarie” / 2: “The Fact of the Matter” (Raven R-8000), undated
67 Ronny and The Daytonas: 6163: “G. T. O.” / 6164: “Hot Rod Baby” (Mala 481), undated
68 Ronny and The Daytonas: 6482: “Sandy” / 6164: “Sandy” instrumental (Mala 481), undated
69 Linda Ronstadt: 1: “That’ll Be the Day” (J. Allison-B. Holly-N. Petty) / 2: “Try Me Again” (Linda Ronstadt-Andrew Gold) (Asylum P-57Y), 1976
70 Linda Ronstadt: 1: “It’s So Easy” (B. Holly-N. Petty) / (both sides same) (Asylum E-45438 promotional), 1977
71 The Rooftop Singers: NO8W-1167: “Walk Right In” / NO8W-1168: “Cool Water” (Vanguard VRS-35017), undated
72 David Rose and orchestra: 58-XY-74: “The Stripper” / 62-XY-108: “The Runway” (MGM Golden Circle KGC-158), undated
73 Rosko: 11635: “She (Power to Be)” / (both sides same) (A and M 2213 promotional), 1974
74 Frank Rothe and The Young Ones: A: “Die Legende von Buddy Holly” / B: “Jungle Rock” (Aladin 006-45 902), 1976
75 The Rover Boys: 45-275: “Graduation Day” / 45-276: “I Hear Music” (Goldies 45 D-1479), undated
76 The Royal Guardsmen: A: “Snoopy vs. the Red Baron” / B: “I Needed You” (Laurie LR 3366), undated
77 Royal Teens: AMP 45-3159: “Short Shorts” / AMP-45-3160: “Planet Rock” (ABC-Paramount 45-9882), 1957
78 Royal Teens: A: “Believe Me” / B: “Was It a Dream” (Doo-Wopp 112), undated
79 The Royaltones: G-692: “Flamingo Express” / G-705: “Tacos” (Goldisc 3011), undated
80 Artur Rubenstein: E2RW-2098: Chopin Nocturnes (Op 15 No 2, Op 55 No 1) / E3RW-2615: Chopin Polonaise (Op 40 No 2) (RCA Victor Red Seal ERA 99), undated
81 Bobby Rydell: XRQ-75011: “Sway” / XRQ-75012: “Volare” (Abkco 4006), undated
82 Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels: 6911: “Devil with a Blue Dress On”; “Good Golly Miss Molly” / 6912: “I Had It Made” (New Voice 817), 1966
83 Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels: 8307-BW: “Wild Child” / 8322-BW: “You Are My Sunshine” (New Voice 826), 1967
84 Safaris with The Phantom’s Band: 45-0001-A: “Image of a Girl” / 45-0001-B: “4 Steps to Love” (Eldo 101 copy 1 of 2), undated
85 Safaris with The Phantom’s Band: 45-0001-A: “Image of a Girl” / 45-0001-B: “4 Steps to Love” (Eldo 101 copy 2 of 2 second state), undated
86 Safaris with The Phantom’s Band: A: “Image of a Girl” / B: “4 Steps to Love” (Old Hit 5007), undated
87 Sam the Sham and The Pharoahs: 65 XY 316: “Wooly Bully” (Samudio) / 65 XY 317: “Ain’t Gonna Move” (Stacy Davidson-Stan Kesler) (MGM K13322), undated
88 Tommy Sands: 45-30011: “The Worryin’ Kind” / 45-30101: “Bigger than Texas” from Mardi Gras (Capitol F4082), undated
89 Santo and Johnny: 6011: “Hop Scotch” / 6012: “Sea Shells” (Canadian American CA-124), undated
90 The Sapphires: S-4162-O: “Oh So Soon” / S-4162-W: “Who Do You Love” (Swan), undated
91 Frankie Sardo: AMP 45-4076: “No Love Like Mine” / AMP 45-4077: “Oh Linda” (ABC-Paramount 45-10003), undated
92 The Saturday Knights: S-4075-T: “Ticonderoga” / S-4075-Y: “Tiger Lily” (Swan), undated
93 Don Schroeder: PHW26304: “Biggity Big” / PHW26305: “Peggy Sue” (Jerry Allison-Norman Petty-Buddy Holly) (Philips 40067), undated
94 Jack Scott: RK-10,517: “Burning Bridges” / RK-10,439: “Oh, Little One” (Top Rank International: RA-2041), 1960
95 Jack Scott: 45-23718: “Burning Bridges” / 45-23723: “What in the World’s Come over You” (Capitol Starline 6077), undated
96 Neil Sedaka: J2PW-7496: “The Diary” / J2PW-7415: “No Vacancy” (RCA Victor 47-7408 copy 1 of 2), 1958
97 Neil Sedaka: J2PW-7496: “The Diary” / J2PW-7415: “No Vacancy” (RCA Victor 47-7408 copy 2 of 2), 1958
98 Neil Sedaka: K2PW-1630: “You Gotta Learn Your Rhythm and Blues” / K2PW-1631: “No Vacancy” (RCA Victor 47-7530), 1959
99 Neil Sedaka: K2PW-5361: “Oh! Carol” / K2PW-5362: “One Way Ticket” (RCA Victor 47-7595), 1959
100 Neil Sedaka: L2PW-1503: “Stairway to Heaven” / L2PW-1507: “Forty Winks Away” (RCA Victor 47-7709), 1960
101 Neil Sedaka: L2PW-1504: “You Mean Everything to Me” / L2PW-1502: “Run Samson Run” (RCA Victor 47-7709), 1960
102 Neil Sedaka: M2PW-2171: “Little Devil” / L2PW-1505: “I Must Be Dreaming” (RCA Victor 47-7874), 1961
103 Neil Sedaka: M2PW-2918: “Sweet Little You” / L2PW-4588: “I Found My World in You” (RCA Victor 47-7922), 1961
104 Neil Sedaka: N2PW-1312: “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” / K2PW-0800: “As Long as I Live” (RCA Victor 47-8046 copy 1 of 2), 1962
105 Neil Sedaka: N2PW-1312: “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” / K2PW-0800: “As Long as I Live” (RCA Victor 47-8046 copy 2 of 2), 1962
106 Neil Sedaka: PPKM-2610: “Alice in Wonderland” / L2PW-4584: “Circulate” (RCA Victor 47-8137), 1963
107 Neil Sedaka: PPKM-4135: “The Dreamer” / N2PW-4883: “Look Inside Your Heart” (RCA Victor 47-8209), 1963
108 Neil Sedaka and The Marvels: A: “Oh Delilah” / B: “Neil’s Twist” (Pyramid 623 copy 1 of 3), undated
109 Neil Sedaka and The Marvels: A: “Oh Delilah” / B: “Neil’s Twist” (Pyramid 623 copy 2 of 3), undated
110 Neil Sedaka and The Marvels: A: “Oh Delilah” / B: “Neil’s Twist” (Pyramid 623 copy 3 of 3), undated
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48 1 Jimmy Self: 104,160: “You’re There” / 104,161: Oh, Babe!” (Coral 9-62009), undated
2 David Seville and the Chipmunks: 45-LB-930: “Alvin’s Harmonica” / 45-LB-931: “Mediocre” (Liberty F-55179), undated
3 The Shangri-Las: L/S 1056: “Twist and Shout” / L/S 1058: “Give Him a Great Big Kiss” (Red Bird RB 10-018), undated
4 Del Shannon: BG-1181: “Runaway” / BG-1182: “Jody” (Bigtop 45-3067), 1961
5 Del Shannon: 6171: “Handy Man” / 6172: “Give Her Lots of Lovin’“ (Amy 905), 1964
6 Del Shannon: 6239: “Keep Searchin’ (We’ll Follow the Sun)” / 6240: “Broken Promises” (Amy 915), 1964
7 Del Shannon: E-1901-S: “Runaway” / E-1902-S: “Hats Off to Larry” (Eric 189), undated
8 Del Shannon: E-1903: “Little Town Flirt” / E-1904: “Keep Searchin’ (We’ll Follow the Sun)” (Eric 190), undated
9 Artie Shaw and orchestra: F2PW-4390: “Traffic Jam” / F2PW-4391: “Serenade to a Savage” (RCA Victor 447-0054), undated
10 Georgie Shaw: 45-84983: “Let Me Go, Devil” / 45-84984: “Rags to Riches” (Decca 9-28838), undated
11 Robert Shaw: “Christmas Hymns (Part 1)” / “Christmas Hymns (Part 2)” (RCA Victor 49-0561), undated
12 Robert Shaw: “Christmas Hymns (Part 3)” / “Christmas Hymns (Part 4)” (RCA Victor 49-0562), undated
13 Robert Shaw: “Christmas Carols (Part 1)” / “Christmas Carols (Part 2)” (RCA Victor 49-0563), undated
14 The Shells: “Baby Oh Baby” / “What’s in an Angel’s Eyes” (Johnson 104), 1960
15 Shep and The Limelites: ZTSP 67635: “This I Know” / ZTSP 67636: “Daddy’s Home” (Hull 45-H-740), 1961
16 Tony Sheridan and The Beat Brothers: DCG 66 833: “My Bonnie” / DCG 24 673: “The Saints” (Decca 31382), undated
17 The Shields: W-1025: “You Cheated” / W-1026: “I’m Sorry Now” (Tender 45-567 copy 1 of 2), undated
18 The Shields: W-1025: “You Cheated” / W-1026: “I’m Sorry Now” (Tender 45-567 copy 2 of 2 second state), undated
19 Nathaniel Shilkret: “The Donkey Serenade” / “Giannina Mia” (RCA Victor 49-0201), undated
20 Shirley and Jessie: 50558: “Ivory Tower” / 50559: “You Can’t Fight Love” (Wand WND 1116), undated
21 Shirley and Lee: NO-2736: “I Feel Good” / NO-2738: “Now That It’s Over” (Aladdin 45-3338 copy 1 of 2), 1956
22 Shirley and Lee: NO-2736: “I Feel Good” / NO-2738: “Now That It’s Over” (Aladdin 45-3338 copy 2 of 2), 1956
23 Shirley and Lee: IM-3589: “Let the Good Times Roll” / IM-3603: “Feel So Good” (Imperial 013), undated
24 The Shirelles: 57-1002: “I Met Him on a Sunday” / 57-1003: “I Want You to Be My Boyfriend” (Tiara T 45-8100), undated
25 Troy Shondell: LB-1268: “This Time” / LB-1269: “Girl after Girl” (F-55353), undated
26 Frank Sinatra: 45-E30096: “Mr. Success” / 45-E30097: “Sleep Warm” (Capitol F4070), undated
27 Ray Sinatra with Mario Lanza: “I Know, I Know, I Know” / “They Didn’t Believe Me” (RCA Victor 49-0634), undated
28 Ray Sinatra with Mario Lanza: “O Sole Mio” / “Mattiniata” (RCA Victor 49-0902), undated
29 Ray Sinatra with Mario Lanza: “Granada” / “Lolita” (RCA Victor 49-1169), undated
30 Ray Sinatra with Mario Lanza: “Toast of New Orleans” / “The Bayou Lullaby” (RCA Victor 49-1351), undated
31 Ray Sinatra with Mario Lanza: “Boom Biddy Boom” / “Tina-Lina” (RCA Victor 49-1352), undated
32 Ray Sinatra with Mario Lanza: “Be My Love” / “I’ll Never Love You” (RCA Victor 49-1353), undated
33 Ray Sinatra: “My Song, My Love” / Grieg’s “I Love Thee” (RCA Victor 49-3208), undated
34 Skidmark Band: 1: “Forget Buddy Holly? (Ken Short) / 2: “Your Leavin’“ (Bejak TSS-1018), 1982
35 The Skyliners: 103: “Since I Don’t Have You” / 104: “One Nights, One Night” (Calico), undated
36 Eddie Smith: 45-7139-1: “Border Beat” / 45-7139-2: “Upturn” (Rel RR-601), undated
37 Hank Snow: 48-0363-A: “Wasted Love” / 45-0363-B: “My Two-Timin’ Woman” (RCA Victor WP295), undated
38 Jim Solley and The Lubocs: K8OW-87921: “Johnny Goodluck” (Jim Solley) / K8OW-8792: “Yes I Do” (Jolley-Terrell) (Deb DR-8791 Lubbock, Texas), undated
39 Ed Solomon: A: “The Beatle Flying Saucer” / B: “Whistling Drifter” (Diamond D-160), undated
40 Joanis Sommers: EX50675: “Since Randy Moved Away” / EX50702: “Memories, Memories” (Warner Brothers 5339), undated
41 Sonny and Cher: A: “The Letter” / B: “Spring Fever” (Vault 916), 1965
42 Sonny and Cher: 66C-9940: “Leave Me Be” / 66C-10170: “Have I Stayed Too Long” (Atco 45-6420 promotional), 1966
43 Sons of the Pioneers: “Ballad of Davy Crockett” / “The Grave Yard Filler of the West” (RCA Victor WBY 25), undated
44 Soul Inc: JL-45-119: “You Better Get a Move On” (Niki Sullivan) / Jl-45-120: “It Really Doesn’t Matter Now” (Nikki Sullivan) (Joli 075), undated
45 Joe South: A: “To Have, To Hold and Let Go” / B: “Midnight Rainbows” (Island IS 034 promotional), 1975
46 The Spaniels: 56-387: “Baby Come Along with Me” / Sandy Nelson: 64-3844: “Teen Beat” (Oldies 45 OL 121), undated
47 The Spaniels: 53-124: “Do Wah” / 55-298: “You Painted Pictures” (Oldies 45 OL 304), undated
48 The Spiders: IM-911: “Witchcraft” / IM-913: “Is It True?” (Imperial X5366), undated
49 Jo Stafford: ZSP 39252: “Bells Are Ringing” / ZSP 39255: “On London Bridge” (Columbia 4-40782), undated
50 Alvin Stardust: A: “I Feel Like Buddy Holly” / B: Luxury” (Chrysalis CHS 2784), 1984
51 Alvin Stardust: A: “I Feel Like Buddy Holly” / B: Luxury” (Chrysalis K-9416 CHS 2784), 1984
52 Kay Starr: 45-9615: “Wheel of Fortune” / 45-10279: “Side by Side” (Capitol Starline 6012), undated
53 Randy Starr: H8-OW-3613: “After School” / H8-OW-3614: “Heaven High (Man So Low)” (Dale 45-100), undated
54 The Statler Brothers: ZSP 11634: “That’ll Be the Day” (D. Reid) / ZSP 116035: “Makin’ Rounds” (D. Reid) (Columbia 4-43868), undated
55 April Stevens: IM-2244: “Teach Me Tiger” / IM-2245: “That Warm Afternoon” (Imperial X5626), undated
56 Connie Stevens: B10,892: “Sixteen Reasons” / BX111,141: “Little Sister” (Warner Brothers 5137), undated
57 Ray Stevens: F1OW-2153: “Unwind” / F1OW-2154: “For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow” (Monument 45-1048), undated
58 Shakin’ Stevens and The Sunsets: A: “Sexy Ways”; “Evil Hearted Ada” / B: “Blue Swinging Mama”; Rock Around with Ollie Vee (S. Curtis) (Dynamo EP DYR.45004), 1976
59 Gary Stites: MA 14210: “Young Love” / MA 14211: “Little Tear” (Madison M138), undated
60 Garry Stites: CRC 632: “Lonely for You” / CRC 633: “Shine That Ring” (Carlton 508), undated
61 Leopold Stokowski and his Symphany Orchestra: Schubert’s “Tyrolean Dances” / Schubert’s “Tyrolean Dances” (RCA Victor 49-0814), undated
62 George Duning and Columbia Pictures Orchestra: L 9038: “Theme from Picnic” / L-9039: “Moonglow” and “Theme from Picnic” (Decca 9-29888), undated
63 Jimmy Strickland: A: “A World You Destroyed” / B: “Looking Down at Me” (Wayside WS-1012 promotional), undated
64 The String-A-Longs: ZTSP 66582: “Wheels” / ZTSP 66813: “Am I Asking Too Much?” (Warwick M 603), undated
65 Gene Summers and his Rebels: J8-OW-2593: “School of Rock ‘N Roll” (J. McClung) / J8-OW-2592: “Straight Skirt” (M. Tarver) (Jan 11-100, Dallas, Texas), 1958
66 Gene Summers and his Rebels: JN-1008: “Nervous” (M. Tarver) / JN-1009: “Gotta Lotta That” (B. Bedwell) (Jan 11-102, Dallas, Texas, edge chipped), 1958
67 Gene Summers with The Tom Toms: “Blue Diamond” (K. Carson) / “You Said You Love Me” (Keener) (Capri-Crazy Cajun 502 Conroe, Texas), 1964
68 Gene Summers with The Tom Toms: C-GS-2: “Alabama Shake” (James McClung III) / C-GS-1: “Just Because” (Lloyd Price) (Capri-Crazy Cajun 502 Conroe, Texas), 1964
69 Gene Summers with The Tom Toms: “Blue Diamond” (K. Carson) / “You Said You Love Me” (Keener) (Donnybrook D556, Dallas, Texas), undated
70 Sunny and The Sunliners: SG-110 A: “Talk to Me” (Joe Seneca) / TD-SS 1: “Every Week, Every Month, Every YUear” (Alton Valier) (Tear Drop-Crazy Cajun 3014), 1963
71 Sunny and The Sunliners: TD-SS 3: “Rags to Riches” (R. Adler-J. Ross) / TD-SS 4: “Not Even Judgement Day” (Valier-Hughes) (Tear Drop-Crazy Cajun 3022), 1963
72 The Surfaris: MB-18041: “Wipe Out” MB-18042: “Surfer Joe” (Dot 45-144), 1966
73 The Surfaris: MB-18041: “Wipe Out” MB-18042: “Surfer Joe” (Dot 45-144), 1969
74 Sutherland Brothers and Quiver: A: “(I Don’t Wanna Love You But) You Got Me Anyway” / B: “Not Fade Away” (Hardin/Petty) (Island WIP-6157), undated
75 Billy Swan: ZS8-8706-3: “You’re the One” (Buddy Holly-Waylon Jennings-Slim Corbin) / ZS8-8706-4: “Ms. Misery” (Billy Swan) (Monument), 1976
76 Bettye Swann: A: “Make Me Yours” / B: “I Will Not Cry” (Money 128), undated
77 Phil T.: A: “Before the Boys Get Back” (Trigwell) / B: “Spot the Tune” (Anna AR100 poster, autographed sleeve), 1895
78 William Tarrasch: “Chanson Du Toreador” / “Largo Al Factotum” (RCA Victor 49-0302), undated
79 The Tarriers: 45-282: “The Banana Boat Song” / 45-285: “No Hidin’ Place” (Glory 45-249), 1956
80 The Tarriers: ZTSP 25806: “The Banana Boat” / ZTSP 25805: “No Hidin’ Place” (Glory 45-249), 1956
81 James Taylor: “Everyday” (N. Petty-C. Hardin) / (both sides same) (Columbia 38-05681 promotional) 1985
82 Dan Terry and orchestra: RZSP 10791: “Teen Ager” [theme song for Jerry Coleman “Hi-Di-Ho Hit Parade” show on KSEL-AM radio during 1950s] / RZSP 10795: “Jelly Bean” (Columbia 4-40312), 1954
83 Nino Tempo and April Stevens: 62C-6566: “Deep Purple” / 62C-6002: “I’ve Been Carrying a Torch for You So Long that I Burned a Great Big Hole in My Heart” (Atco 45-6273 copy 1 of 4), 1963
84 Nino Tempo and April Stevens: 62C-6566: “Deep Purple” / 62C-6002: “I’ve Been Carrying a Torch for You So Long that I Burned a Great Big Hole in My Heart” (Atco 45-6273 copy 2 of 4), 1963
85 Nino Tempo and April Stevens: 62C-6566: “Deep Purple” / 62C-6002: “I’ve Been Carrying a Torch for You So Long that I Burned a Great Big Hole in My Heart” (Atco 45-6273 copy 3 of 4), 1963
86 Nino Tempo and April Stevens: 62C-6566-PL: “Deep Purple” / 62C-6002-PL: “I’ve Been Carrying a Torch for You So Long that I Burned a Great Big Hole in My Heart” (Atco 45-6273 copy 4 of 4 second state), 1963
87 Nino Tempo and April Stevens: 63C-7358: “Whispering” / 63C-7240: “Tweedle Dee” (Atco 45-6281), 1963
88 The Tempos: ZTSP 60230: “See You in September” / ZTSP 60231: “Bless You My Love” (Climax 45-102), undated
89 The Temptations: DM WLL-109119: “My Girl” DM V-024304: “(Talking’Bout) Nobody But My Baby” (Gordy GO-7038), 1959
90 The Temptations: A: “Birds N Bees” B: “Temptation” (Parkway 803), 1964
91 Joe Tex: DL-13076 SP: “Skinny Legs and All” / DL-10899SP: “Watch the One (That Brings the Bad News)” (Dial 45-4063), 1967
92 Joe Therrien, Jr., and his Rockets: 102,060: “Hey Babe! Let’s Go Downtown” / 102,059: “Come Back to Me Darling” (Brunswick 9-55005), undated
93 Kay Thompson: FO8W1609: “Just One of Those Things” / G8OW0251: “Eloise” (Cadence CCS3X), undated
94 Sue Thompson: 45-F-307 ZTSB 83081: “My Hero” / 45-F-435 ZTSB 83082: “James (Hold the Ladder Steady)” (Hickory 45-1183), undated
95 Sue Thompson: 45-F-376: “Mama, Don’t Cry at My Wedding” / 45-F-693: “Paper Tiger” (Hickory 45-1284), undated
96 The 3 Friends: AS-2007: “Blanche” / AS-2008: “Baby I’ll Cry” (Lido 500), undated
97 The Three G’s: JZSP 43651: “Wild Man” / JZSP 43652: “Let’s Go Steady for the Summer” (Columbia 4-41175), undated
98 The Three Kittens: 45-L 9827: “Cat an’ Mouse” / 45-L 9828: “Trinidad Transfer” (Brunswick 9-55002), undated
99 Gylene Tider: A: “Ska vi älska, så ska vi älska till Buddy Holly: / B: “(Dansar inte lika bra som) Sjömän” (Parlophone 7C 006-35758), 1980
100 Johnny Tillotson: A: “Dreamy Eyes” / B: “Well I’m Your Man” (Cadence 1409), undated
101 Tino: AP-1082: “Wedding Bells Will Ring” / AP-1083: “Heidi” (Rip 4000 promotional). undated
102 The Tokens: M5PW-3237: “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” / N5PW-1405: “B’wa Nina” (RCA Victor Gold Standard 447-0702), undated
103 Gary Tollett with The Crickets: 1: “Honey Honey” (Gary Tollett); “Go Boy Go” (Floyd Wilson) / 2.: “The Golden Rocket”; ““I Overlooked an Orchid” (Roller Coaster RCEP 125 autographed, copy 1 of 2), 1988
104 Gary Tollett with The Crickets: 1: “Honey Honey” (Gary Tollett); “Go Boy Go” (Floyd Wilson) / 2.: “The Golden Rocket”; ““I Overlooked an Orchid” (Roller Coaster RCEP 125 autographed, copy 2 of 2), 1988
105 TOPS EP series: 1. Kitty Carlson “Repenting” 2. Hank Thompson and the Nashville Playboys “Train Of Love” / 3. Ray Smith “Stolen Moments” 4. Hank Thomas and the Nashville Playboys “There You Go” (TOPS 45-R3002-49), undated
106 TOPS EP series: 1. Andy Bennett and The Toppers “Wake Up Little Susie” 2. Pat Greene and The Toppers “Silhouettes” / 3. Dusty Glass “Jailhouse Rock” 4. Pat Greene and The Toppers “Melodie D’Amour” (TOPS R312X45), undated
107 TOPS EP series: 1. Instumental “Raunchy” 2. Sandy Glass and The Toppers “April Love” / 3. Bones Howe and The Toppers “At The Hop” 4. Eddie Jones and The Toppers “Kisses Sweeter Than Wine” (TOPS R313X45), undated
108 TOPS EP series: 1. Willy Kamin and The Toppers “Get A Job” 2. Andy Thomas “Waitin’ In School” / 3. Johnny Bennett and The Toppers “Dede Dinah” 4. Andy Thomas and The Toppers “Stood Up” (TOPS R314X45), undated
109 TOPS EP series: 1. Buddy Clark and The Toppers “Jo-Ann” 2. Jimmy Priddy and The Toppers “The Stroll” / 3. Jack Sheldon “Peggy Sue” 4. Pat Thorne and The Toppers “Great Balls of Fire” (TOPS R315X45), undated
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49 1 Mitchell Torok: 107,104: “Teenie Weenie Bikini” / 107,102: “The P. T. A. Rock and Roll” (Decca 9-30901), undated
2 The Town and Country Brothers: 65C-9196: “Blacksmith Blues” / 65C-9197: “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore” (Atco 45-6372 promotional), 1965
3 The Town and Country Brothers: SF-308: “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore” / SF-304: “My Japanese Sweetheart” (Ford 143 promotional), undated
4 Ed Townsend: 45-18260: “Over and Over Again” / 45-18261: “For Your Love” (Capitol Star Line 6037), undated
5 The Toys: 6502: “A Lover’s Concerto” / 6503: “This Night” (DynoVoice 209), undated
6 Chuck Travis and The Do Wa Wa: 1: “Tear Drop Blue” / 2: “Gone Too Soon” (Energy 105), undated
7 Van Trevor: JZSP 119474: “Sunday Morning” / JZSP 119475: “You’ve Been So Good to Me” (Date 2-1565 promotional), 1967
8 Larry Trider: S-1403: “Listen to My Song” / S-1404: “Nice Place to Visit” (Ranwood R-971), 1974
9 The Troggs: 1-41396: “Love Is All Around” / 1-41397: “When Will the Rain Come” (Fontana F-1607), undated
10 Rick Tucker and The Picks: “Patty Baby” / “Don’t Do Me This Way” (Tex Mex collector’s issue #0477 autographed), undated
11 Tanya Tucker: MC 7986E: “Not Fade Away” (Charles Hardin-Norman Petty) / MC 7987 E: “Texas (When I Die)” (MCA 40976), 1978
12 The Tune Rockers: J8OW-8111: “The Green Mosquito” / J8OW-8112: “Warm Up” (United Artists UA 139 X), undated
13 The Tune Weavers: 8062: “Yo Yo Walk” / 8539: “Happy, Happy Birthday Baby” (Checker 872), undated
14 The Turbans: 1326: “Sister Sooky” / 1327: “I’ll Watch Over You” (Flashback FLB 61), undated
15 Sammy Turner: BG-1038: “Lavender Blue” / BG-1040: “Wrapped Up in a Dream” (Bigtop 45-3016 copy 1 of 2), undated
16 Sammy Turner: BG-1038: “Lavender Blue” / BG-1040: “Wrapped Up in a Dream” (Bigtop 45-3016 copy 2 of 2), undated
17 Conway Twitty: 58-XY-514: “It’s Only Make Believe” / 58-XY-515: “I’ll Try” (MGM K12677), undated
18 The Unknown: A: “I Have Returned” / B: “Keep Talking Baby” (Autograph A-60-206 Dallas, Texas), undated
19 Vince Vance and The Valiants: A: “Bomb Iran” / B: “Bye-Bye, Baby” (Paid PAD 109), undated
20 The Vanilla Fudge: 67c-12458 LY: “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” / 68c-12458 LY: “Come by Day, Come by Night” (Atco 6590), undated
21 Vanity Fare: M-2012-AS: “Rock and Roll Is Back” / M-2012-BS: “Making for the Sun” (20th Century Fox TC-2012), 1972
22 Billy Vaughn with Orchestra: MW-12617: “The Wang Dang Taffy-Apple Tango” / MW-12619: “For a Penny” (Dot 45-15194), undated
23 Billy Vaughn with Orchestra: MW-8930: “The Shifting Whispering Sands” Part 1 / MW-8931: “The Shifting Whispering Sands” Part 2 (Dot 45-15409), undated
24 Billy Vaughn with Orchestra: MW-8930: “The Shifting Whispering Sands” Part 1 / MW-8931: “The Shifting Whispering Sands” Part 2 (Dot 45-106), undated
25 Bobby Vee: LB-1150: “Rubber Ball” (A. Orlowski-A. Schroeder) / LB-1151: “Everyday (Petty-Hardin) (Liberty F-55287), undated
26 The Velvettes: DM NLV-096305: “Needle in a Haystack” / DM AQV-098115: “Should I Tell Them” (V.I.P. 25007), 1964
27 The Velvets: 11021: “Tonight (Could Be the Night)” (V. Johnson) / Gladiolas: “Little Darlin’“ (West Coast Hits), undated
28 The Ventures: DC-649: “Walk--Don’t Run” / D)-650: “Home” (Dolton 25), undated
29 Billy Vera and Judy Clay: A-12973-PL: “Storybook Children” / A-12974-PL: “Really Together” (Atlantic 45-2445), undated
30 Videos: A: “Trickle, Trickle” / B: “Moonglow You Know” (Collectables COL1331), 1958
31 Gene Vincent: 1: “Roll Over Beethoven” / 2: “Say Mama”; “Be-Bop-A-Lula” (Beeb 0001 BBC Records copy 1 of 2), 1971
32 Gene Vincent: 1: “Roll Over Beethoven” / 2: “Say Mama”; “Be-Bop-A-Lula” (Beeb 0001 BBC Records copy 2 of 2 second state), 1971
33 Gene Vincent: 45-17209: “Lotta Lovin’“ / 45-15230: “Be-Bop-A-Lula” (Sheriff Tex Davis-Gene Vincent) (Capitol Starline 6042), 1956-1957
34 Gene Vincent: A: “Pickin’ Poppies” / B “Story of the Rockers” (Forever FR 6001 copy 1 of 3), undated
35 Gene Vincent: A: “Pickin’ Poppies” / B “Story of the Rockers” (Forever FR 6001 copy 2 of 3), undated
36 Gene Vincent: A: “Pickin’ Poppies” / B “Story of the Rockers” (Forever FR 6001 copy 3 of 3), undated
37 Bobby Vinton: ZSP 59784: “Those Little Things” / ZSP 59785: “Blue on Blue” (Epic 5-9593), undated
38 Bobby Vinton: ZSP 75659: “Is There a Place” / ZSP 75660: “Blue Velvet” (Epic 5-9614), undated
39 Bobby Vinton: ZSP 137556: “Halfway to Paradise” / ZSP 137557: “Kristie” (Epic 5-10350), undated
40 The Virginians: A: “African Love Chant (Ah-Bey) / B: “There Goes My Baby” (Diamond D-120), undated
41 The Viscounts: 8510: “Harlem Nocturne” / 8511: “Dig” (Amy 940), undated
42 The Vogues: A: “You’re the One” / B: “Some Words” (Candace B-229), undated
43 The Volumes: D-205: “I Love You” / D-206: “Dreams” (Chex 1002), undated
44 Allen Voran: “Kligende Post 1/1072” (Sprenger TST 77 330), undated
45 Jerry Wallace: 45-448: “By Your Side” / 45-449: “Primrose Lane” (Challenge 59047), undated
46 Pat Wallace with the Rock’n Ravens: A: “Angel Baby” / B: “Make You Mine” (Bishop 1004), 1980
47 Jackie Walker: IM-1419: “Wonderful One” / IM-1421: “Peggy Sue” (J. Allison and N. Petty) (Imperial X5473), undated
48 Billy Ward and his Dominoes: 45-LB-712: “Lucinda” / 45-LB-713: “Sytar Dust” (Liberty F55071), undated
49 Fred Waring and Pennsylvanians: “‘Way Back Home” / “The Iowa Indian Song” (DECCA 9-24800), undated
50 Warwick Symphony Orchestra: Sibelius’ “Finlandia, Opus 26, Number 7” / Wagner’s “Die Walkure” (Camden CAE-101), undated
51 Dinah Washington: YW81890: “What a Difference a Day Makes” / YW18192: “Come on Home” (Mercury 71435X45), undated
52 Paul Waters: A: “Peggy Sue” (Buddy Holly/Jerry Allison) / /B: “Oh Boy!” (Bill Tilghman/Sonny West) (Texas Soul TSSS-8182 produced by Lloyd Maines at Don Caldwell Studios, Lubbock, Texas), 1982
53 Tommy Watts and his orchestra: 45-41366: “Louise” / 45-41368: “Grasshopper Jump” (Capitol F3726 promotional), undated
54 Terry Wayne: K-2753X: “School Is Out” / K-2754X: “Dream Angel” (Trend T-30-013X), undated
55 Thomas Wayne with The DeLons: F-174: “Saturday Date” / F-175: “Tragedy” (Fernwood 45-109 copy 1 of 2), undated
56 Thomas Wayne with The DeLons: F-174: “Saturday Date” / F-175: “Tragedy” (Fernwood 45-109 copy 2 of 2), undated
57 The Weavers and Terry Gilkyson: 45-L 6114: “On Top of Old Smoky” / 45-L 6113: “Across the Wide Missouri” (Decca 9-27515), undated
58 Joan Weber: ZSP 34067: “Marionette” / ZSP 34068: “Let Me Go Lover” (Columbia 4-40366), undated
59 Frank Weir and his Saxophone: DRF.18691: “From Your Lips” / DRF.18692: “The Happy Wanderer” (London 45-1448), undated
60 Frieder Weissmann and Erich Leinsdorf: 1. “O Paradiso!” 2. “Cielo E Mar” / 3. “Recondita Armonia” 4. “E Lucevan Le Stelle” (RCA Victor WEPR-36), undated
61 Lenny Welch: A: “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” / B: “Get Mommy to Come Back Home” (Commonwealth United C-3004), undated
62 Lenny Welch: ZSP 116991: “Since I Fell for You” / ZSP 116992: “A Taste of Honey” (Columbia Hall of Fame 4-33164), October 1965
63 Lawrence Welk and his orchestra: MB-15728: “Out of a Clear Blue Sky” / MB-15729: “My Three Sons” (Dot 45-16198 promotional), undated
64 Lawrence Welk and his orchestra: MB-16808: “Theme from The Brothers Grimm” / MB-16809: “Baby Elephant Walk” (Dot 45-16364), undated
65 Mary Wells: DM V-003219: “You Beat Me to the Punch” / DM V-007118: “Old Love (Let’s Try It Again)” (Motown M-1032), undated
66 Joey Welz: A: “Heavy Metal Kids” / B: “Takin’ Care of Business” (Caprice International C.I.R. # 2340), 1985
67 Joey Welz: A: “The Return of Haley’s Comet” / B: “Space Ryder” (Caprice International C.I.R. # 2343), undated
68 Joey Welz: A: “Rock Around the Clock” / B: “Top 40 Radio (The History of Rock)” (Caprice International C.I.R. # 2344), undated
69 Alvis West: A: “Do You Remember Buddy Holly” / B: “Brenda Golightly” (Robin Red RRR-002 Lubbock, Texas), 1985
70 John West: A: “Somewhere Between Country and Rock and Roll” / B: “One Heart to Give” (Spun Gold Westwind WR-1011 Albuquerque, New Mexico). undated
71 Lew White with his Orchestra: Side 1 “March of the Toys” “The Wedding of the Painted Doll”; Side 2 “The Whistler and His Dog” “On The Trail” (Camden CAE 175), undated
72 The Whitesidewalls: A: Clear Lake Medley ‘82 [“Blue Days, Black Nights”; “Black Nights”; “Rave On”] / B: “I Know I’ll Have the Blues Again” (Holly-Mackey) (Spiff-Ola E-839 promotional), undated
73 Slim Whitman: IM-6066: “Reminiscing” (Joe Halford-Jay Justin) / (both sides same) (Imperial 66103 undated
74 Peter Weilaland und die Ping-Pongs: A: “Sonny Boy” B: “Du bistMusik fur mich” (Amiga 4 50 168), undated
75 Eddie Wilcox orschestra with vocal by Sunny Gale: 45-D-803: “Wheel of Fortune” / 45-D-806: “You Showed Me the Way” (Derby 45-787), undated
76 Harlow Wilcox and The Oakies: 711-610: “Groovy Grubworm” / 711-612: “Moose Trot” (Plantation PL 28), undated
77 The Wildweeds: 15611: “No Good to Cry” / 15612: “Never Mind” (Cadet 5561 copy 1 of 2), undated
78 The Wildweeds: 15611: “No Good to Cry” / 15612: “Never Mind” (Cadet 5561 copy 2 of 2 second state), undated
79 Andy Williams: ZSP 110480: “Canadian Sunset” / ZSP 110481: “The Hawaiian Wedding Song (Ke Kali Nei Au)” (Columbia Hall of Fame 4-33085), 1963-1965
80 Hank Williams: 50-XY-19: “Lovesick Blues” / 52-XY-570: “Your Cheatin’ Heart” (MGM Golden Circle K-GC-107), undated
81 Larry Williams5085: “You Bug Me, Baby” / 5087: “Bony Moronie” (Specialty 615), undated
82 Mark Williams: 1: “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore” / 2: “True Love (Is Never Easy)” (EMI HR 566), 1977
83 Otis Williams and The Charms: “Ivory Tower” / “Two Hearts” ((Collectables COL-3613), 1988
84 Roger Williams: K-9888: “Jimmie’s Train” / K-10128: “Born Free” (Kapp K-767), undated
85 The Willows: 64-3859: “Church Bells May Ring” / The Rhythm Aces: 55-261: “That’s My Sugar” (Oldies 435 OL 107 undated
86 Jackie Wilson: 105,827: “Lonely Teardrops” / 105,828: “In the Blue of Evening” (Brunswick 9-55105), 1958
87 Jackie Wilson: 108,409: “Doggin’ Around” / 108,733: “Night” (Brunswick 1004), 1960
88 Jackie Wilson: 109,579: “My Empty Arms” / 109,578: “The Tear of the Year” (Brunswick 9-55201), 1961
89 Hugo Winterhalter’s orchestra: G2PW-4049: “This Is Real” / G2PW-4050: “Canadian Sunset” (RCA Victor 47-6537), undated
90 Tony Worsley: 1: “Raining in My Heart”; “Knocking on Wood” / 2: “Ready, Steady, Let’s Go”; “Tell Me Why” (Sunshine QX-11,197), undated
91 Dale Wright: HO9W-0563: “She’s Neat” / HO9W-0564: “Say That You Care” (Fraternity F-792), undated
92 Ruby Wright: 45-K4256: “Three Stars” / 45-K6322: “I Only Have One Lifetime” (King 45-5192), undated
93 The Young Ideas: A: “Touchdown” / B: “Dream” (Swan S4044), undated
94 Kathy Young with The Innocents: 45-031: “Happy Birthday Blues” / 45-032: “Someone to Love” (Indigo IND-115), undated
95 The Young Lions: MB-15498: “It Would Be” / MB-15499: “Little Girl” (Dot 45-16172), undated
96 Victor Young and Orchestra with Bing Crosby: “My Own Bit Of Land” / “Early American” (DECCA 9-27441), undated
97 Victor Young and Orchestra with Bing Crosby: “Just A Prayer Away” / “My Mother’s Waltz” (DECCA 9-27442), undated
98 Victor Young and Orchestra with Bing Crosby: “The Meadows Of Heaven” / “The Last Mile Home” (DECCA 9-27443), undated
99 The Zombies: ZSP 139169: “Time of the Season” / ZSP 139170: “Friends of Mine” (Date 2-1628), undated
100 Popular anthology: PO-27: “Peggy Sue”; “Raunchy”; “Great Balls of Fire” / PO-28: “Kisses Sweeter than Wine”; “Oh Boy”; “April Love” (Popular), undated
101 Senator Bobby (Hardly Worthit Players-Bill Menkin [sic]): A: “Wild Thing” / Senator Everett McKinley: B: “Wild Thing” (Cameo-Parkway P-127), 1967
102 Chicago Radio Syndicate/Larry Lujack: Rock radio special (WLS promotional), 1977
103 American Graffiti transcribed radio spot announcements (Universal Pictures NCR.364), 1973
104 Webcor EP hifi demonstration: 1: Sal Salvador Quartet: “Yesterdays”; 2: Lenny Dee: “Night Train” / 2: Lionel Hampton and Sextet: “Moonglow”; Bill Halye and His Comets: “Eloise” (Decca ED 9-38088), undated
105 Excerpts from Apollo 11: Flight to the Moon (narrated by Wally Schirra) (Bell B-816), undated
106 Hep EP: A: Elmer Finch: “You Send Me”; Ernie Freeman: “Raunchy” / B: Herbert Ramsbottom: “Peggy Sue”; Henry Dogge: “Rock and Roll Music” (Montclair 226), undated
107 Rock and Roll Revival Show: Tommy Bishop: XDR 42158: “Oh, Boy” (Petty, West, Tlighman) / XDR 42159: “Midnight Train” (Davies, Hicks) (Decca F 12752), 1968
108 Rock and Roll Revival Show: Tommy Bishop: XDR 42158: “Oh, Boy” (Petty, West, Tlighman) / XDR 42159: “Midnight Train” (Davies, Hicks) (Decca F 12752), undated
109 Mit Schwung in den Frühling (Swing into Spring album sampler), Klingende Post I (Wöltje TST 77 000), 1971
110 [Unknown transcription with autographed sleeve], undated
10-inch 33-1/3 rpm LP records
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1 Ray Allen: Tribute to 6 (Blast Records - BLP 6804), 1962
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2 Steve Allen: Steve Allen’s Funny Fone Calls (Dot DLP 3472), 1963
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3 Angelic Gospel Singers: The Best of the Angelic Gospel Singers (Nashboro LP 7047), 1967
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4 The Astronauts: Everything is A-OK (RCA Victor - LSP-2782), January 1964
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5 Frankie Avalon: You’re My Life (De-Lite DE-52027), 1977
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6 Hank Ballard and the Midnighters: 20 Hits (KING-5003X), 1977
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7 R. C. Bannon: Arrives (Columbia - KC 35346), 1978
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8 Joe Barry: I’m a Fool to Care--His Fats Domino Sound (Princess 4000) autographed “To Bill a true Friend Joe Barry”, 1990
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9 The Beatles: Early Years (Phoenix Records - PHX 1004), July 17, 1981
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10 Shelley Berman: The Edge of Shelley Berman (MG V-15013), 1960
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11 Shelley Berman: Inside Shelley Berman (MG V-15003), 1959
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12 Shelley Berman: Outside Shelley Berman (MG V-15007), 1959
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13 Chuck Berry: Chuck and His Friends (Brookville 1274) 3 record set, 1974
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14 Chuck Berry: Chuck Berry’s Golden Decade Vol. 2 (2 CH 60023) jacket includes detailed discography 1955-66, 2 record set, 1972
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15 Chuck Berry: The Great Twenty-Eight (CH2-92500), 1984
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16 Chuck Berry: Rock’n Roll Rarities (CH2-92521) reissue, remixed, 2 record set, 1986
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17 Mike Berry: I’m A Rocker (Epic JE 36071), 1979
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18 Mike Berry: Rock’s In My Head (Polydor - 2383 392) autographed “Mike Berry”, 1976
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19 Mike Berry: Rock’s In My Head (Sire SASD-7524) autographed “Mike Berry”, 1976
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20 Mike Berry with The Outlaws: Sounds of the Sixties (Rollercoaster Records - ROLL 2016), 1989
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21 Mike Berry: Tribute to Buddy Holly (Pink Elephant-PE 877.086), 1975
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22 Big Wheelie and the Hubcaps: Bring Back the Do-Wops (Scepter Records SPS 5115), 1973
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23 Big Wheelie and the Hubcaps: Solid Grease! (Bandstand Records - 21051), 1972
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24 Black Satin: Black Satin featuring Fred Parris (Buddah Records - BDS 5654), 1976
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25 Blow Fly: Oldie But Goodies, Adults Only (Weird World WW-2026), undated
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26 Bob Booker and Earle Doud: The First Family (Cadence Records (2) - CLP-3060), 1962
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27 Beaver Brown: Eddie and the Cruisers (Scotti Bros. Records - FZ 38929), 1983
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28 Johnny Burnette/The Rock ‘N Roll Trio: Tear It Up (Solid Smoke Records SS-8001), 1978
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29 Gary Busey: The Buddy Holly Story (CBS test pressing with letter from Charlie Strobel on CBS letterhead), May 12, 1978
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30 Jo Ann Campbell: Miss Reet Petite (Charly Records - CR 30248), 1986
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31 Carp: Carp (Epic - E 30212), 1970
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32 Johnny Carson: Here’s Johnny...Magic Moments from the Tonight Show (Casablanca - SPNB 1296), 1974
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33 Eddie Cash: Eddie Cash Live A Concert in Tribute Concert 1 (Not On Label) tribute to Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Conway Twitty, undated
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34 Cashman and West: Moondog Serenade (ABC/Dunhill Records - DSX-50141), 1973
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35 The Chords: The Best of The Chords (Cat Records (2) - Cat-1000), undated
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36 Alan Clark: She Just Tears Me Up (Leap Frog Records LFR-1002) autographed “To Bill My Pleasure Meeting You, Alan Clark”, 1982
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37 The Clash: The Clash (Epic - JE 36060) for promotion only, 1977-1979
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38-40 Pasty Cline: Sweet Dreams (MCA 39301) motion picture soundtrack, 3 copies, 1985
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41 Eddie Cochran: Words and Music (Rockstar Records RSR-LP 1005) jacket only, 1982
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42 R. J. Coltin: The History Making 87 Reunion in Nashville (Colt Records) Collector’s Series No. 1, autographed “To Bill Best wishes Remember Buddy, R.J. Coltin”, undated
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43 Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen: Lost in the Ozone (Paramount Records - PAS 6017), 1971
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44 Bill Cosby: More of the Best of Bill Cosby (Warner Bros. Records - 1836), 1970
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45 Bill Cosby: Revenge (Warner Bros. Records - WS 1691), 1967
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46 Pete Cox: Ramblin’ Round (Philips - 6416 115), 1977
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47 Billy Crash Craddock: Mr. Country Rock (ABC Records - ABCX-788), 1973
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48 Marshall Crenshaw: Something’s Gonna Happen/She Can’t Dance (Shake Records (5) - SHK-104) autographed “Bill, thanks for everything, Marshall Crenshaw”, August 25, 1981
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49 Marshall Crenshaw: Field Day (Warner Bros. Records - 9 23873-1, Warner Bros. Records - 1-23873) autographed “Bill, thanks and best always, Marshall Crenshaw”, 1983
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50 Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup: The Father of Rock and Roll (RCA Victor - LPV-573) vintage series original 1941-1954 recordings, 1971
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51 Sonny Curtis: The 1st of Sonny Curtis (Viva V-36012) autographed “To Bill Griggs Best Always Sonny Curtis”, 1968
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52 Mac Davis: Mac Davis Sings (TRIP - TLP-9502) different jacket, same songs, 1975
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53 Mac Davis: All The Love In The World (Columbia - PC 32927) autographed “Mac Davis”, 1974
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54 Mac Davis: Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me (Columbia - WKC 31990, Columbia - KC 31770) autographed “Mac Davis”, 1972
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55 Mac Davis: It’s Hard To Be Humble (Casablanca - NBLP 7207) autographed “Mac Davis”, 1980
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56 Mac Davis: Texas in my rear view mirror (Casablanca - NBLP 7239) autographed “Mac Davis”, 1980
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57 Dee Jane and The Music Makers: Blue Bayou (Peter Pan Records - 8204), undated
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58 Bo Diddley: Bo Diddley (Checker - LP 2984), July 1962
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59 Bo Diddley: His Greatest Sides Volume One (Chess - CH-9106), 1983
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60 Fats Domino: Fats Domino (United Artists Records - UAS-9958), 1971
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61 Fats Domino: Million Sellers By Fats (Imperial - LP-12195) autographed “Bob Reed”, 1969
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62 Fats Domino: It’s Not Over ‘Till The Fat Man Sings (Eagle Records 33-90 1006), 1990
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63 Ian Dury and The Blockheads: Reasons To Be Cheerful, Pt. 3 (Stiff-Epic 48-50779), 1979
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64 Van Dyke: Another Van Dyke (Change Records - CLP 8004), 1978
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65 The Easy Street Band: jacket only, (ESB International - ESB-EP 1000) autographed by Steve Simmons, Bob Mrtin, Russ Hagler, Gary Bonam, Mim Mdden, Van Eidom, Norm Tischler, Kaptin Ignatz, “Big” Jim Means, 1982
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66 Duane Eddy: Duane Eddy (Capitol Records - ST-12567), 1987
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67 Esquerita: Rockin’ The Joint (Official (3) - 6001), 1988
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68-69 The Esquires: Introducing The Esquires (Capitol Records - T-6075) 2 copies, August 10, 1964
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70 The Everly Brothers: Reunion Concert (Impression Records - IMDP 1, PB 11001), 1983
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71 Flamin Groovies: Now (Sire - SRK 6059), 1978
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72 Flamin’ Groovies: Still Shakin (Buddah Records - BDS 5683), 1976
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73 Fleetwood Mac: Kiln House (Reprise Records - RS 6408), 1970
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74 Mick Fleetwood: The Visitor (RCA Victor - AFL1-4080), 1981
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75 Phil Flowers: Phil Flowers Sings a Tribute Johnny Ace/Buddy Holly/Ritchie Valens (Guest Star GS 1457), undated
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76 The Flying Saucer Story Volume One: Buchanan and Goodman (Not On Label BG-716), 1976
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77 Flying Saucer Greatest Hits Volume #2: Dickie Goodman, Allan Freed, Steve Allen, and Friends (Not On Label - FS-2), undated
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78 Flying Saucer Greatest Hits Volume #3: Dickie Goodman, Gus Gossert, Manny Sootz, Paul Sherman, Buchanan and Greenfield, Peter Goon (Not On Label - FS-6001), undated
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79 Flying Saucer Greatest Hits Volume #4: Dickie Goodman, Buchanan and Ancell (Not On Label - none), undated
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80 Foghat: Energized (Bearsville - BR 6950), 1974
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81 Stan Freberg: The Best of The Stan Freberg Shows (Capitol Records - SM-11824), 1978
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82 Stan Freberg: The Best of Stan Freberg (Capitol Records - SM-2020), 1963
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83 Früt: Spoiled Rotten (Westbound Records - WB 2008), 1972
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84 David Frye: I Am The President (Elektra - EKS-75006), 1969
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85 Fumble: Poetry In Lotion (RCA Victor - LPL1-5082), 1975
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86 Gallery: Featuring Jim Gold (Sussex - SXBS 7026), 1972
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87 Robert Gordon: With Link Wray (Private Stock - PS 2030), 1977
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88 Robert Gordon: With Link Wray (Private Stock - PS 7008), 1978
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89 Charlie Gracie: Amazing Gracie (Charly Records - CR 30211), 1981
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90 Bill Haley and the Comets: Rock with Bill Haley and the Comets (Essex Records (3) - ESLP 202), 1955
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91 Bill Haley and the Comets: Rock with Bill Haley and the Comets (Trans-World - TWLP 202), 1956
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92 Bill Haley and the Comets: Rockin’ (Pickwick/33 Records SPC 3256), undated
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93 Bill Haley and the Comets: Rock The Joint! (Rollercoaster Records - ROLL 2009), 1985
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94 Bobby Hebb: Sunny (Philips - PHM 200-212), 1966
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95 Hamburg Philharmonia Orchestra: A Tribute to Tommy Dorsey (Stereo-Fidelity SF-5700) different songs than on listed on Discogs.com: A: “I’m Getting Sentimental Over You” “Melody of Love” “Reverie” “I’ll Never Smile Again” “Song of India” / B: “Starlit Night" "Barcarolle" "Weekend Pass" "One Nighter" "Moonlight Love", 1959
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96 Bobby Helms: Pop-A-Billy (MCA Records - MCA-1557), 1983
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97 Ted Herold: Rock’n’Roll Party mit Ted Herold Teil 2 (Bear Family Records - BFX 15056), 1980
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98 Hep Stars: How It All Started (E f e l - LPE 003), 1970
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99 Buddy Holly: The Complete Buddy Holly (MCA Records - CDSP 807), 1989
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100 Buddy Holly: 20 Love Songs (Music For Pleasure - MFP5570) autographed “All my love, Maria Elena Holly”, 1981
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101-103 Buddy Holly and the Crickets: Super Hits (Axis (3) - AXIS 94) 3 copies, 1982
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104 Buddy Holly: Visions Of Buddy (The Great Northwest Music Company - GNW 4014), 1980
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105 Jac Holzman: Authentic Sound Effects (Elektra - EKL-251), undated
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106 Nicky Hopkins: Super Rock (Sounds Superb - 2 M 048-52140), 1975
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107 Howdy Doody and Buffalo Bob Smith with the Howdy Doody Cast: It’s Howdy Doody Time! (RCA - LSP-4546), 1971
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108 The Hullaballoos: On Hullabaloo (Roulette - SR 25310), 1965
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109 Ivory Joe Hunter: Ivory Joe Hunter Sings Sixteen of His Greatest Hits (Sing - 605), 1987
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110 Jade Hurley: King of Country Rock (Festival Records - L35705), 1975
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111 Jade Hurley: 20 Golden Oldens (Festival Records - L 27041), 1979
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112 Terry Jacks: Seasons In The Sun (Bell Records - BELL 1307), 1974
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113 Maurice Jarre: Grand Prix The Original Sound Track Album (MGM Records - S1E-8 ST), 1966
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114 Waylon Jennings: Are You Ready For The Country (RCA Victor - APL1-1816), 1976
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115 Waylon Jennings: Hangin’ On (RCA Victor - LSP-3918), 1968
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116 Jelly: A True Story (Asylum Records - 7E-1096) promotional copy from WEPR, 1977
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117 Joan Jett: Bad Reputation (The Boardwalk Entertainment Co - NB 33251 1), 1981
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118 Joan Jett: Joan Jett and The Blackhearts (MCA Records - MCA-5437), 1983
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119 Joan Jett: I Love Rock ‘N Roll (The Boardwalk Entertainment Co - NB1-33243) Discogs lists “Little Drummer Boy” as last song on B side, this LP has “Woe Is Me” as last song on B side, 1981
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120 Robert Johnson: King of the Delta Blues Singers (Columbia - CL 1654), 1961
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121 Robert Johnson: King of the Delta Blues Singers Volume II (Columbia - C 30034), 1970
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122 Greg Kihn: Greg Kihn Again (Beserkley - BZ-0052 on discogs, JBZ-0052 on jacket), 1977
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123 The Knack: Get The Knack (Capitol Records - SO-11948), 1979
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124 Frank Knight: The Years to Remember… (Longines Symphonette Society SY 5185), undated
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125 Denny Laine: Holly Days (Capitol Records - ST-11588 1976
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126 The Latches: Long Tall Sally (Northern Productions - PDO 0173 SJ), 1973
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127 Alan Leatherwood: Blue Suede Heart (Moon Record Company - LP-778), 1986
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128 Alan Leatherwood: Rockabilly Music and Brakejobs (Moon Record Company - LP-777), 1983
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129 Brenda Lee: Merry Christmas (MCA Records - MCAC-15021), 1980
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130 John Lennon: Rock’N’Roll (Music For Pleasure - 1A 022-58181), 1981
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131 John Lennon: Rock’N’Roll (Capitol Records - SN-16069) a Capitol re-issue, 1980
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132 John Lennon: Teddy Boy jacket only, LP inside is Jon Olson: Living In The City (Midwest Music - MM-09), 1979
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133 John Lennon and Yoko Ono: Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins (Tetragammaton Records - T-5001, Apple Records - T-5001) includes brown paper sleeve to obscure nude cover, November 11, 1968
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134 Jerry Lee Lewis: Original Golden Hits - Volume 1 (Sun (9) - SUN 102), 1969
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135 Sherwin Linton: My Kind of Song (Black Gold Records - 6911 LP), undated
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136 Little Richard: The Best of Little Richard (UpFront Records (3) - UPF 123), 1970
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137 Little Richard: Every Hour with Little Richard (RCA - CAS 2430), 1970
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138 Robin Luke: Susie Darlin’- Volume 1: The Rockin’ Fifties (abc Records LC 0454), undated
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139 Cledus Maggard and the Citizen’s Band: The White Knight (Mercury - SRM-1-1072), 1976
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140 Dewey Martin and Medicine Ball: Dewey Martin and Medicine Ball (UNI Records - 73088), 1970
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141 Matchbox: Rockabilly Rebel (Sire - SRK 6087), 1980
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142 Matlock: The Magic of Matlock (Le Cam Records - LCS-1182), 1982
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143 Matlock: A Salute to Buddy (Le Cam Records - LCS-711) autographed “To Bill, Stueart Matlock” undated
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144 Scotty McKay: Scotty McKay (Eagle Records (8) - EAGLE 007), 1990
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145 Scotty McKay: Tonight In Person (Eagle Records (8) - EA 309011), 1991
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146 Mirror Image: Mirror Image Performs the Song of Linda Ronstadt (Pickwick - SPC-3745), 1980
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147 Hank Mizell: We’re Gonna Bop Tonight (Baron Records (4) - EP-801), extra empty jacket, undated
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148 Ricky Nelson: Legendary Masters Series #2 (United Artists Records - UAS-9960) includes biography and discography, 1971
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149 Sandy Nelson: Rock ‘N Roll Revival (Liberty - LP-12400), 1968
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150 Bob Newhart: Bob Newhart (Pickwick Super Stars - SSP 3079), 1980
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151 Terry Noland: Terry Noland (Brunswick - BL 54041) autographed “To Bill, Terry Noland”, 1958
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152 Los Norte Americanos: The Band I Heard In Tijuana (Stereo-Fidelity SF-110 on box SF-24600 on LP and discogs) 5 LP set with 50 hit songs, 1967
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153 David Nunez: Uprising (Koala - KST-5002), 1976
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154 Johnny O’Keefe: 20th Anniversary Album (Festival Records FL 263/4), 1972
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155 Roy Orbison: Hillbilly Rock (Je-wel Records - 13011/12) undated
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156 Roy Orbison: Ooby Dooby (Accord - SN 7150), 1981
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157 Roy Orbison: The Original Sound (Sun (9) - SUN 113), 1969
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158 The Paley Brothers: The Paley Brothers (Sire - SRK 6052), 1978
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159 Tom Paxton: Peace Will Come (Reprise Records - MS 2096), 1972
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160 Carl Perkins: The Sun Years (Sun (9) - Sun Box 101), 1982
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161 Carl Perkins: The Original Carl Perkins (Charly Records - CR 30110), 1980
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162 Philharmonia Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan: Handel Water Music, Tchaikovsky Nutcracker Suite (Angel Records - ANG. 35004) different jacket than shown on discogs, undated
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163 Pilot: Oh Buddy Holly (Negram - NY 15), July 20, 1974
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164 Gene Pitney: Golden Greats Gene Pitney (Everest - EV-4100), 1981
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165 The Platters: Encore Of Golden Hits (Mercury - SR 60243), 1975
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166 Polecats: Marie Celeste / Jeepster / Down The Line / Hip Hip Baby (Mercury-Pole 312), 1981
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167 Elvis Presley: Acuff Rose Presents Elvis (RCA - AREP 1) Limited Edition, accompanied by letter from Mick Perry of Middlesex England, who wrote the liner notes, only 974 made of which only 250 at most had the gold sticker present on this LP, sticker reads "Acuff-Rose Music Ltd. Presents ELVIS Limited edition presented to: Bill Griggs", 1986
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168 Elvis Presley: Elvis…The Beginning Years 1954 to 1956 (Louisiana Hayride - LH 3061) includes 20 page photo book, 1983
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169 Elvis Presley: Behind Closed Doors (Audifön Records - AFNS-66072-4) four record box set, 1979
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170 Elvis Presley: The Burbank Sessions Volume 1 (Audifön Records - AFNS 62768) recorded June 27, 1968, 1978
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171 Elvis Presley: The Burbank Sessions Volume 2 (Audifön Records - AFNS 62968) recorded June 29, 1968, contains complimentary ticket, 1978
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172 Elvis Presley: Cadillac Elvis (TCB Records (5) - 1-8-35), 1979
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173 Elvis Presley: A Date With Elvis (RCA Victor - LSP-2011 ( e ) ), 1963
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174 Elvis Presley: Dorsey Shows (Golden Archives - 56-GA-100), undated
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175 Elvis Presley: Elvis Presley (RCA Victor - LSP-1254 ( e ) ), 1962
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176 Elvis Presley: The Elvis Tapes (The Great Northwest Music Company - GNW-4005), 1977
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177 Elvis Presley: Elvis The Entertainer (Rooster Record Corporation - RLP-501), undated
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178 Elvis Presley: 1961 Press Conference Memphis Tennesee (Green Valley Record Store - GV 2001), 1977
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179 Elvis Presley: Elvis: The First Live Recordings (The Music Works - PB 3601) recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, 1983
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180 Elvis Presley: The First Year - Recorded Live / December 1954-February 1955 (Black Belt Records - LP-2), undated
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181 Elvis Presley: The First Years (Not On Label (Elvis Presley) - HALW 00001) Special Limited Edition, Collector’s Edition, undated
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182 Elvis Presley: Elvis Forever (RCA International - PJL 2-8024) 2 record set, 1974
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183 Elvis Presley: For LP Fans Only (RCA Victor - LSP-1990( e )), 1965
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184 Elvis Presley: For the Love of Elvis (Super-Star Records ( 3 ) - SS 110), 1977
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185 Elvis Presley: From The Waist Up (Golden Archives - GA-150, Golden Archives - 56-57-GA-150), 1978
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186 Elvis Presley: Got A Lot O’ Livin’ To Do! (Party Records (5) - PR-101), 1976
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187 Elvis Presley: Having Fun with Elvis on Stage (RCA - APM1-0818) a talking album only, October 1974
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188 Elvis Presley: The Hillbilly Cat (The Music Works - PB 3602), 1982
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189 Elvis Presley: The King: From the Dark, To the Light! (Tiger Records (26) - TR 101) original bootleg without tracklisting insert, 1973
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190 Elvis Presley: The Last Farewell (E.P. Records - PRP-78-1), 1980
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191 Elvis Presley: A Legendary Performer Volume 3 (RCA - CPL1-3078) includes booklet, 1978
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192 Elvis Presley: Mahalo from Elvis (Pickwick - ACL-7064), 1978
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193 Elvis Presley: Moody Blue (RCA Victor - AFL1-2428), 1977
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194 Elvis Presley: Command Performance (ECP ( 3 ) - 101) words Command Performance do not appear on jacket, appear on label, 1977
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195 Elvis Presley: Hawaii Benefit Concert ( Golden Archives - GA-200) includes booklet, 1961
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196 Elvis Presley: Elvis in Person at the International Hotel (RCA Victor - LSP-4428) Las Vegas, Nevada, 1971
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197 Elvis Presley: The Rockin’ Rebel (Golden Archives - GA 250), 1978
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198 Elvis Presley: The Rockin’ Rebel Volume II (Golden Archives - GA-300) includes photo booklet, 1978
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199 Elvis Presley: Elvis Rock ‘n Roll Forever (RCA Special Products - DML1-0437), 1981
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200 Elvis Presley: Rockin’ With Elvis New Year’s Eve (Spirit Of America Records - HNY 7677) 2 record set, 1977
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201 Elvis Presley: The ‘68 Comeback (Memphis - MKS 101) unofficial, 1977
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202 Elvis Presley: The Sun Sessions (RCA - NL 42757), 1979
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203-204 Elvis Presley: Interviews and Memories of The Sun Years (Sun (9) - SUN-1001) 2 copies, 1977
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205 Elvis Presley: Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits Volume 1 (RCA Victor - LPM 6401) 4 record set, 1970
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206 Elvis Presley: You Ain’t Nothing But The King (Unofficial - LPS 2722), undated
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207 Lloyd Price: 16 Great Hits (Phoenix20 P20-617), 1981
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208 Puhdy’s: Rock’N’Roll Music (AMIGA - 8 55 513), 1976
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209 Puhdy’s: Rock’N’Roll Music (AMIGA - 8 55 513), 1981
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210 RAW: Holly (Coral - CRL 757515), 1971
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211 Rene and Rene: The Magic of Rene and Rene (Certron - CS-7008), 1970
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212 Jack Reno: Nine Stitches (Eagle Records (8) - 33-90105), 1990
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213 Joey Reynolds: Joey Reynolds Presents My Dog Sex (52185), 1985
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214 The Rocky Horror Picture Show: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Ode Records (2) - OSV-21653), 1975
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215 Frank Rothe and the Young Ones: Golden Rock Dreams (Black Prince (2) - 038 CRY 32 887), 1978
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216 Tom Rush: Take A Little Walk With Me (Electra - EKS-7308), 1966
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217 Sammy Salvo: Here I Go Again (Eagle Records (8) - EA 309010), 1991
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218 Kermit Schafer: All Time Great Bloopers (Brookville Records - 2 2873), undated
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219 The Searchers: Hear! Hear! (Mercury Records MG 20914), undated
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220 Paul Selier: Six String Shooter (DSR Records (2) - LSP8218), 1982
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221 Del Shannon: Runaway Hits (Bug Records (5) - BUG 1) includes discography, 1984
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222 The Shirelles: Remember When (Scepter Records - SPS 2-599) 2 record set, 1972
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223 Shirley, Squirrely and Melvin: Live (Excelsior - XLP-88009) children’s pop, 1981
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224 Silver Condor: Silver Condor (Columbia - NFC 37163), 1981
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225 The Stargazers: The Speaking Clock Says…ROCK! (Vinyl Japan - JRLP 4), 1992
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226 Stephen Stills: Thoroughfare Gap (Columbia - JC 35380), 1978
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227-230 Kathy Suchy: Kathy Suchy (Nouveau Records NRSA-41284) recoded at Caldwell Studios, 4 copies, undated
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231 Gene Summers: Early Rocking Recordings (White Label Records (7) - WLP 8826) autographed “To Bill Gene Summers 1992”, 1981
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232 Gene Summers: Rock A Boogie Shake (Jan Records (4) - JAN 33-8011) autographed “Gene Summers 1992”, 1980
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233 Super Mazembe: Kaivaska (Virgin - V2263), 1982
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234 Billy Swan: Billy Swan (Monument - PZ 34183) Demo, 1976
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235 The Swingin’ Lobsters: Dixie in the 80s (Lobster Records), 1985
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236 The Teddy Bears: The Teddy Bears Sing! (Liberty - K22P-131) includes Japanese tissue band around jacket, 1981
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237 Lily Tomlin: This is a Recording (Polydor - 24-4055), 1971
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238 Tommy and the Tom Toms: Rollin’ Dynamite (Eagle Records (8) - EA-LP 309012), 1992
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239 The Troggs: The Troggs (Pye Records - PYE 12112), 1975
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240 The Troggs: Wild Thing (Chevron (2) - CHVL 155), 1979
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241 Unknown: Unknown ( RGH Records) no jacket, sleeve only, undated
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242 Unknown: Stereo Spectacular Demonstration and Sound Effects (Audio Fidelity DFS 7777), undated
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243 Unknown: Stereo Test Record (HiFi / Stereo Review - 211), 1963
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244 Various: 2001 A Space Odyssey (MGM Records - S1E-13 ST X), 1968
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245 Various: The Wizard of Oz (MGM Records - SE-3996 ST) original sound track, 1962
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246 Gene Vincent and the Blue Caps: Lotta Lovin Lot of Gene Vincent and the Blue Caps (Eagle Records (8) - 33-901009), 1990
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247 Gene Vincent: Gene Vincent with Interview by Red Robinson (The Great Northwest Music Company - GNW 4016), 1981
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248 Bobby Lee Warren: Motorcycle Maniac (Tender Love Records - BTS 007), 1983
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249 Orson Welles: Wor of the Worlds (Longines Symphonette Society - 4001), 1968
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250 Joey Welz - The Return of Haley’s Comet (Caprice International Records - CIR 1986), 1986
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251 Billy Wiggle ‘n’ the Wigglers: Rock-a-billy in “execution” (Mac Records - MAC-007) autographed by all, 1981
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252 Wild Angels: Out At Last (Decca - SKL 5134), 1972
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253 Wild Angels: Red Hot ‘N’ Rockin’ (B and C Records - BCM 102), 1970
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254 Jackie Wilson: Reet Petite 20 Greatest Hits (Masters - MA 18287), undated
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255 Link Wray: Good Rockin’ Tonight (Ace - CH 69), 1982
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256 Rusty York: Sweet Love (Eagle Records (8) - 33-901008), 1990
10-inch 33-1/3 rpm LP records (anthologies)
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1 The Age of Rock’N’Roll: Twenty Classic Tracks, (MCA Records - MCF 3096), 1981
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2 All About Elvis Volume 1: blank jacket, blank record label, typed song list, SIDE ONE “United Press News” “Dear Elvis - Part One” “Dear Elvis - Part Two” “Hey Mr. Presley” “My Boy Elvis” “I’m Lonesome for Elvis” “Bye Bye Elvis” “Marching Elvis” SIDE TWO “Elwood Pretzel Fan Club - Part One" "Elwood Pretzed Fan Club - Part Two" "All About Elvis - Part One" "All About Elvis - Part Two" "Oh Elvis" "Elvis Presley For President" "I'm In Love With Elvis Presley" "I Wanna Spend X-mas With Elvis", undated
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3 The Americans: Oscar Brand Narrates Today’s Song of Patriotism (Pickwick International - SPC-3372), 1974
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4 Bars of Gold (Music For Pleasure - MFP 5032/6), undated
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5 The Best of Chess Rock’N’Roll (Chess - CH2-6024), 1987
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6 Class of ‘55 (K-Tel - K-Tel 7912), 1981
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7 Class of ‘55: Memphis Rock and Roll Homecoming (Mercury - 830 002-1), 1986
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8 Coming Attractions (NBC Radio) licensed broadcast only, not for sale, undated
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9 Connecticut’s Greatest Hits (Co-op Records - CP 101), undated
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10 Cotton Pickin’ Rock (ABC Records - ABCL 5247), 1978
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11 Country Music Cavalcade: American Country Gold (Candlelite Music - CU-161), 1980
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12 Dixieland Jazz (Grand Award 33-313), undated
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13 Don’t You Step On My Blue Suede Shoes (Charly Records - LP 10029), 1977
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14 Eternal Elvis Limited Edition, 250 copies, not on label, undated
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15 The 50s Greatest Love Songs/The 50s Golden Hits to Remember (Columbia House - P2S 5514) Golden Hit record here, The 50s Greatest Love Songs replaced by The Fabulous 50s (Columbia - P2S 5510), 1977
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16 Four Rock’N’Roll Legends, Charlie Feathers, Buddy Knox, Warren Smith, Jack Scott, 1978
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17 Alan Freed’s Top Fifteen (Roulette R-42042) 1970
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18 14 HerfstHits, (Decca - 193.536) undated
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19 Golden Days of Radio (Longines Symphonette Society) non-music undated
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20 Golden Era Series (era records egs volume 3) undated
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21 Golden Goodies Volume 7 (Roulette R 25212) undated
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22 Golden Greats of the 50s and 60s (Readers digest 9735 LP) undated
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23-24 Good Rocking Tonight (Bopcat - LP 100) 2 copies, 1974
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25 The Good Times in Country Music (Tampa Records C2-10419) undated
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26 The Greatest Rock and Roll Hits (Roulette Records) undated
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27 Great Hits of the Fantastic 50s (Brookville Records - C2-10236) 1973
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28 Great Hits of R and B (Columbia - G 30503) undated
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29 The Great Rock Revival (Tampa Records (2) C-2 10848) 1972
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30 Great Russian Masterpieces (VOX (6) - 50-2008) undated
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31-32 High School USA (Legrand Records - LG 1009) 2 copies, undated
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33 The History of Country Music Volume 5 (Radiant - RRC-1015) undated
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34 History of Rhythm and Blues, The Golden Years 1953-1955 (Atlantic - SD 8162) 1968
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35 History of Rhythm and Blues, Rock and Roll 1956-57 (Atlanti - SD 8163) 1968
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36 The History of Rock Volume Two (Orbis - HRL 002) 1981
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37 The Hit Soundtracks are on MCA (EMI Records SPSLP 146) 1973-1974
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38 Buddy Holly Sound (Rock and Country Records - RandC 1020) picture of David Box on back, 1988
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39 The Buddy Holly Story (Warwick Records - WW 5064) 1979
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40 Just Let Me Hear Some Of That Rock and Roll Music…(The Goodman Group GG Pro. 1) promotional use only, not for sale, 1979
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41 K-Best 25 Years of Rock ‘N Roll (Phoenix Records (25) P-795), undated
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42 King-Federal Rockabillys (King Records (3) - KING-5016X) autographed “B.W. Keep on Rockin, Mac Curtis 1992”, 1978
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43 Let The Good Times Roll (Bell Records - BELL 9002) 1973
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44 Lovin’ Fifties (JCI-3203), 1986
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45 The MCA Sound Conspiracy ( MCA Records - 734837) 1971
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46 Machine Rock (Tee Vee Records - TA-1038), 1975
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47 Million Dollar Quartet (OMD (5) - OMD001) unofficial release, 1980
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48 1950s Rock and Roll Revival (Buddah Records - KSBS-2015) 1970
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49 Oldies But Goodies Volume II (Original Sound - OSR-LPS-8852) 1971
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50 Oldies But Goodies Volume III (Original Sound - OSR-LPS-8853) September 1971
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51 Oldies But Goodies Volume 7 (Original Sound - OSR-LPM-5012) 1964
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52 Oldies But Goodies Volume 10 (Original Sound - OSR-LP 8860) undated
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53 Original… (Pickwick/33 Records - SPC 3311 undated
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54 Original Memphis Rock and Roll Volume 1 (Sun (9) - SUN 116) 1970
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55 Original Oldies Volume 1 (Springboard SP-2001) undated
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56 Original Oldies Volume 6 (Springboard SP-2006) undated
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57 Original Oldies Volume 8 (Springboard SP-2008) undated
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58 Original Oldies Volume 9 (Springboard SP-2009) undated
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59 Original Oldies Volume 22 (Springboard SP-2022) undated
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60 Our Century in Music Memory Lane Spectacular (Longines Symphonette Society - CON-7-1-1) 1974
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61 Pepsi The Greatest Thing Since Rock’N’Roll (CBS Records LSP 13982) 1980
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62 The Pop Oldies Explosion (Lost Nite Records - LP 120) 1966
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63 Rave On Oldies but Goldies from the Rock’N’Roll Era (BASF - 10 29179-0) 1973
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64 Rock ‘N’ Roll Allstars Red China Rocks (B and C Records - BCM 104) 1972
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65 The Ripoffs play a Golden Age of Rock’N’Roll (Damont Records LTD MER 367E), undated
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66 Risky Blues (Gusto Records KS-1133) 2 copies, 1976
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67 Rockabilly Boogie (MCA Records MCL 1504), 1981
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68 Rockabilly Classics (MCA-25088), 1987
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69 Rock and Roll Olympic with various rock interpreters (Supraphon 1113 2888), May 1980
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70 The Rock and Roll Years Volume I (Collector’s Records, Inc. undated
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71 Rock ‘N’ Roll Vocal Production (Europa - E 486), 1973
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72 Rockin’ Down The House (Silver Eagle Records, Inc. - OP 5504) 1984
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73 Rockin’ Fifties (JCI-3202), 1985
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74 Rockin 14 Selections (MCA Records MFP 50466), undated
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75 Rockin’ (MCA Coral CDL 8027), undated
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76 Rock On 20 Hits as seen on TV (Arcade Records ADE P27), undated
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77 Rock Rock Rock (MFP 1273), undated
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78 Rock Rock Rock Volume 3 (CROWN 56-300) empty jacket, undated
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79 Rock Rules (Polygram Leisure Ltd PSPLP 007), 1983
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80 75 Musical Masterpieces Volume One (Colonial Records - CG-101), undated
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81 75 Musical Masterpieces Volume One (Colonial Records - CG-102), undated
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82 75 Musical Masterpieces Volume One (Colonial Reords - CG-103), undated
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83 Shindig With The Stars (Wyncote - W-9053), 1964
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84 Shut Down (Capitol Records T1918), undated
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85 16 Big Hits of the 60s (MCA Records MFP 50405), undated
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86 Solid Gold U. S. Marine Corps Volume 13 undated
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87 Solid Gold U. S. Marine Corps Volume 14 undated
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88 Sun Rockabilly, The Best of, Volume 1 (Charly Records CR 10018), 1984
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89 Sun Rockabilly, The Best of, Volume 2 (Charly Records CR 10 019), 1984
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90 Super Groups of the 50s (Pickwick - SPC-3271), undated
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91 Tchaikovsky, Beethoven - Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Antal Dorati - Overture 1812 - Wellington’s Victory (Mercury - SRD 19), 1964
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92 Tchaikovsky, Borodin, Moussorgsky, Romsky-Korsakov, H. Hollreiser, Wiener Symphoniker - Chor Der Weiner Staatsoper (Yorkshire Records - STPL 511.690), undated
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93 That’ll Be The Day (Ronco MR 2002/3), 1973
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94 Themes Like Old Times, 90 of the Most Famous Original Radio Themes (Viva ( 3 ) - V36018), 1969
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95 Then Came Rock ‘n’ Roll (EMI - THEN 1), 1984
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96 Thirty-Two Original Hits (Sessions ARI 1020), 1980
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97 To Elvis: Love Still Burning (Fotoplay - FSP-1001), 1978
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98 Transfusion: Rave from the Grave, Blast from the Past Volume 1 (Union Pacific - UP004), 1974
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99 A Tribute to Buddy Holly (Music For Pleasure - 1A 022 15 8368 1), 1985
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100 True Love Ways Volume Two (Concept Records (6) - CC0029), undated
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101 12 Original Artist Hits Volume 1 (United Records (11) US 7704), 1969
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102 12 Terrific Tunes (Elektra - Promo 1-79, Asylum Records - Promo 1-79), 1979
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103 Twelve Twenty 1220/WGAR Means Music (Lost Nite Records - LN2X 5053), 1972
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104 28 Timed Sound Effects (Realistic - 50-1970), undated
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105 20 Fabulous No 1s of the 50s (Music For Pleasure - MFP 41 5649 1), 1984
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106 20 Golden Hits of 1957 (Music For Pleasure - MFP 41 5648 1), 1981
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107 20 Golden Hits of 1958 (Music For Pleasure - MFP 50551), 1982
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108 20 Golden Hits of 1959 (Music For Pleasure - MFP 50566), 1982
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109 20 Golden Hits of 1960 (Music For Pleasure - MFP 50535), 1981
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110 20 Golden Hits of 1961 (Music For Pleasure - MFP 5573), 1982
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111 20 Golden Hits of 1962 (Music For Pleasure - MFP 5639), 1983
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112 20 Golden Hits of 1963 (Music For Pleasure - MFP 50541), 1981
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113 20 Original Winners Volume 2 (Roulette R 25251), 1963
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114 Vintage Music Volume One (MCA Records MCA-1429), 1986
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115 Vintage Music Volume Two (MCA Records MCA-1430) (5324-1), 1986
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116 Vintage Music Volume Three ( MCA 1431), 1986
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117 Vintage Music Volume Four (MCA 1432), 1986
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118 Vintage Music Volume Six (MCA 25024), 1986
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119 When Radio Was King! Abbott and Costello (Memorabilia Records MLP-731), 1974
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120 When Radio Was King! Groucho Marx (Memorabilia Records MLP-733), 1988
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121 When Radio Was King! The Life of Riley (Memorabilia Records MLP-711), 1974
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122 WPOP’s Pop Explosion (WPOP - 1410) yellow vinyl, 1969
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123-124 Your Hit Parade Volume 4 (CBS Special Products - BT 16937) 2 copies, 1983
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125 Your Parade of 15 Hits of the 50s by The Teenage Flames (Pickwick/33 Records - SPC-3368), 1974
Audio cassette tapes [Numbers in ( ) are Griggs’ system, missing #s 124, 136, 144.]
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54 1 (1) Norman, Mark, Wind, part I, August 25, 1978
2 (2) Norman, Mark, Wind, part II, August 25, 1978
3 (3) Norman, Mark, Wind, part III, August 25, 1978
4 (4) Reminiscing Buddy Holly WBSD, part II, February 1-2, 1979
5 (5) Reminiscing Buddy Holly WBSD, part I, February 1-2, 1979
6 (6) WFYR Fred Winston Show, Busey on Midnight Special, Roy Leonard Tribute, July 29, 1978-September 9, 1978
7 (7) Peggy Sue-2nd Dick Clark, Starsky and Hutch ending, Sullivan-Peggy Sue, Holly Retrospect-Heroes of, Busey on Dinah Shore, Busey on Saturday Nite Live-Introduction-Skit, WVBX Radio dedication, WBBM Bulletin on Clear Lake tribute show, September 1978-March 1979
8 (8) Roy Leonard Tribute Show, conversation with producer, Mike Laine and the Buddy Holly Revue,WTMJ Milwaukee request, February 1979-March 1979
9 (9) Holly Special, part I and II, undated
10 (10) Holly, part III and IV, undated
11 (11) The Crickets-Waylon Jennings, Arizona State University Activities Center, September 22, 1978
12 (12) unlabeled, undated
13 (13) unlabeled, undated
14 (14) Miscellaneous music #1, undated
15 (15) unlabeled, undated
16 (16) WEMP Interview (Milwaukee) WGSO Interview (New Orleans), May 14, 1979-July 5, 1979
17 (17) KYUU San Francisco, A Tribute to Buddy Holly, February 3, 1979
18 (18) Buddy Holly Memorial Show-Radio 3MP, Melbourne, includes Nigel Smith, includes message from Dave Skinner, February 3, 1979
19 (19) Bud Thomas-KDJQ-Phoenix, Arizona, undated
20 (20) “Not Fade Away” Buddy Holly-Between the Tracks, part 2, Demo, Shortcuts, Promo, produced by Peter Bochan, undated
21 (21) Station RTE, Ireland, July 1, 1979
22 (22) PF Lazor and the Pickits singing “Oh Boy” “That’ll Be The Day” “Rave On” for Bill Griggs, undated
23 (23) Rendezvous, PF Lazor and the Pick-its SIDE A “Everyday” “Think It Over” “Not Fade Away” “Ollie Vee” “That’ll Be The Day” for Bill Griggs, SIDE B “Peggy Sue” “Rave On” “Heartbeat” “Midnite Shift” “Ready Teddy/Rip It Up” “You’re So Square”, April 8, 1979
24 (24) Flapper McGees, PF Lazor and the Pick-its, SIDE A “Maybe Baby” “Words of Love” “Heartbeat” “Everyday” “Not Fade Away” for Bill Griggs, SIDE B, Flappers “Ollie Vee” “Doesn’t Matter Anymore” “True Love Ways” “Don’t Come Back Knockin’“ “Peggy Sue Got Married”, April 15, 1979
25 (25) PF Lazor and the Pick-its “Not Fade Away” “Heartbeat” “Slippin’ and Slidin’“ “Loves Made A Fool Of You”, June 18, 1979
26 (26) Crusing Capitol Radio-London, Buddy Holly Tribute, The Time Machine Radio WAMD with Joan Turner, Sound A Like Records, February 3, 1978
27 (27) Mary Wall “When Rock Was Young” J. Frank Wilson “That’ll Be The Day” Josie LP 4006 (See also accompanying note found in cassette case.), August 26, 1976
28 (28) Recorded in studios of WMKY-FM Morehead Kentucky, recording engineers Roger Wesver, Keith Yarber, and Larry Stidom, written by Larry Stidom, aired February 4, 1979 on WMKY, January 24, 1979
29 (29) Eddie Cochran interview, mentions Holly and WGTB, Tribute to Buddy Holly, February 6, 1976
30 (30) Buddy Holly feature CKFM Toronto, Phil Meighan, undated
31 (31) Buddy Holly Tribute WIND Chicago, Ed Swantz, Bob Hale, part 1, February 3, 1978
32 (32) Buddy Holly Tribute WIND Chicago, Ed Swantz, Bob Hale, part 2, February 3, 1978
33 (33) Joan Turner 1976, Interview Larry Holley WMOD, Interview Niki Sullivan, Linda Ronstadt live, At The Hop TV ad, Rock Around The Clock TV ad, Interview Norman Petty with Martin Loch London England, Lou Giordano “Stay Close To Me”, Joe Sherman and Arena Brass "Heartbeat", "Rip It Up" Buddy talks at end, SIDE TWO KLLL 10th Memorial show with DJ Sky Corbin and L.O. Holley, Interviews with Petty and Waylon Jennings, Tape One, 1964-1976
34 (34) Joan Turner 1976, Interview Larry Holley WMOD, Interview Niki Sullivan, Linda Ronstadt live, At The Hop TV ad, Rock Around The Clock TV ad, Interview Norman Petty with Martin Loch London England, Lou Giordano “Stay Close To Me”, Joe Sherman and Arena "Heartbeat", "Rip It Up" Buddy talks at end, SIDE TWO KLLL 10th Memorial show with DJ Sky Corbin and L.O. Holley, Interviews with Petty and Waylon Jennings, Tape Two, 1964-1976
35 (35) The Buddy Holly Special with John McDonald, Jim Black, and John Lindquist, part 3, WORT-FM, Madison Wisconsin, January 27, 1979
36 (36) A conversation about Buddy Holly with Brian Thomas and Warren Cosford talking to Steve Rash director of The Buddy Holly Story movie, and Bill Griggs, president of the Buddy Holly Memorial Society, CHUM-FM Toronto, undated
37 (37) John Ingman, John Beecher, Buddy Knox, Mac Curtis, Carl Perkins, Hank Burnette, Marty Wilde, Cliff Richard, Jim Pewter, Bill Monroe, undated
38 (38) Crickets, Mike Berry Show, Buddy Knox, Vince Taylor, Flamin’ Groovies, September 1977
39 (39) Buddy Holly Special, part 1, with John McDonald, John Lindquist, and Jim Black, WORT-FM Madison Wisconsin, November 11, 1978
40 (40) Buddy Holly Special, part 2, with John McDonald, John Lindquist, and Jim Black, WORT-FM Madison Wisconsin, November 18, 1978
41 (41) Buddy Holly Special with Jeffrey Norwood, tape 1, February 3, 1979
42 (42) Buddy Holly Special with Jeffrey Norwood, tape 2, February 3, 1979
43 (43) Buddy Holly Special with Jeffrey Norwood, tape 3, February 3, 1979
44 (44) Buddy Holly Special with Jeffrey Norwood, tape 4, February 3, 1979
45 (45) Demo tape from Jim Pewter of creative radio shows - The Legend of Buddy Holly, September 1978
46 (46) Demo tape from Jim Pewter of creative radio shows: “The Legend of Buddy Holly”, September 1978
47 (47) King Midas WYBR-FM interview with Bill Griggs, taped by Rod Schwartz, Rockford Illinois, September 1979
48 (48) Jim Pewter’s Buddy Holly Special, parts 1 and 2, undated
49 (49) Jim Pewter’s Buddy Holly Special, parts 3 and 4, undated
50 (50) unlabeled, undated
51 (51) unlabeled, undated
52 (52) Buddy Holly Tribute, KGNC Radio, Amarillo Texas, February 3, 1979
53 (53) In Memory Of The Late Great Buddy Holly, Carl Perkins talks to Stuart Coleman, Maria Elena Holly talks to Richard Skinner, Hank Marvin introduces The Buddy Holly Box Set, introduces the film on Clapperboard, Buddy Holly Special on BBC Nationwide, The Everly Brothers “Not Fade Away” The Jimmy Saville Old Record Show, The England Sisters “Heartbeat” BBC Radio One series “Rock ‘N’ Roll Heroes”, March 1978-September 1979
54 (54) SIDE A: Niki Sullivan-Joli 075 “You Better Get A Move On” “It Really Doesn’t Matter” “Don’t Come Crying Back To Me” “I Stand Alone” “Mr T.Q.” Niki Sullivan (guitar) Joli 074 Ronnie Fuller “Do The Dive” message from L.O. Holley, SIDE B: Niki Sullivan demo “Piddly Pat/I Think I’ve Lost My Baby” Niki Sullivan and the Senders “It Really Doesn’t Matter” “Treat ‘Em Gently” “Take Nine” “Waitin’“ “I Told Everybody” “Piddly Pat” “I Can’t Cry Anymore”, 1958-1964
55 (55) Buddy Holly/Crickets Tribute Hour, Sweden’s radio, Svante Grundberg, February 3, 1979
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55 1 (56) WXXQ Freeport Illinois, WCCO Minneapolis/St Paul Minnesota, August 1979-September 1979
2 (57) John Lindquist, WORT Madison Wisconsin, excerpts from Oldies programs, excerpts from Buddy Holly Memorial Concert, Clear Lake, February 1979-October 1979
3 (58) Buddy Holly Special KCCY Productions, opening through “Everyday” “Oh Boy” through Dick Clark Show, not for broadcast, part 1, undated
4 (59) Buddy Holly Special KCCY Productions, “Jole Blon” through end, not for broadcast, part 2, undated
5 (60) Buddy Holly promo, accompanied by note from Ken Guru, from Florida, see also accompanying note found in cassette case, undated
6 (61) Buddy Holly Special, tape 1 of 2, John McDonald, John Lindquist, WORT-FM Madison Wisconsin, January 26, 1980
7 (62) Buddy Holly Special, tape 2 of 2, John McDonald, John Lindquist, WORT-FM Madison Wisconsin, January 26, 1980
8 (63) Buddy Holly Special #5, John, John, Stephanie, WORT-FM Madison Wisconsin, March 15, 1980
9 (64) Buddy Holly Special (in segments) WKTQ Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, Host Jonathan Aiken, February 3, 1980
10 (65) Bill Griggs, undated
11 (66) WGY Music Magazine, Buddy Holly, produced by Walt Fritz, undated
12 (67) White Sidewalls, undated
13 (68) illegible, undated
14 (69) Shannon, Sidewalls, undated
15 (70) Sidewalls, Nelson (in part), undated
16 (71) unlabeled, undated
17 (72) unlabeled, undated
18 (73) unlabeled, undated
19 (74) unlabeled, undated
20 (75) Larry Holley and Sherry Holley Adams, “Liberated Lady” “Cloud #9” “Kiss the Blues Goodby” “Holdin’ Back Your Lovin” “It’s Over” “Meeting in the Air” “Shakey Ground” “Memories of You” “Searching for Tomorrow” “Your Love Has Rescued Me” Travis Holley, “Just Out Of Reach” “You Pass Me By” Holly’s House Family Album, Alderson’s [Broadway Studios], Lubbock Texas, April 1980
21 (76) Joe Mauldin, undated
22 (77) Crickets Live in England, Bob Montgomery, Don Everly, Denny Laine, Paul and Linda McCartney, Mike Benny and the Outlaws, September 14, 1979
23 (78) WVHC Evening Performance on Buddy Holly, tape 1, side 1, tape 4, side 2, undated
24 (79) WVHC Evening Performance on Buddy Holly, tape 2, side 1, tape 2, side 2, undated
25 (80) WVHC Evening Performance on Buddy Holly, tape 3, side 1, tape 3, side 2, undated
26 (81) Jerry Rio, WGR and Tom Clay, Golden Weekend, Peggy Sue, Hank C. Cochran, SUN LP 1016, April 19, 1980
27 (82) Buddy Holly, answers for Bill Griggs, Ben Hall, 1980
28 (83) 2nd interview with Ted Scott, June 10, 1980
29 (84) Sonny Curtis, undated
30 (85) unlabeled, undated
31 (86) 20th Anniversary Program, Buddy Holly, 3CR, “Shake, Rattle and Roll”, undated
32 (87) Joey Allen singing “Peggy Sue” and “Cold Cold Heart” from Mike Oestreicher, undated
33 (88) 2nd Annual Buddy Holly Tribute Concert, Lubbock, tape #1, Bo Diddley, Announcements, Roy Orbison, from J. Gilbert and M. Curson of Phoenix Arizona, September 5, 1980
34 (89) 2nd Annual Buddy Holly Tribute Concert, Lubbock, tape #2, Roy Orbison, The Crickets with Waylon Jennings, Memorial Service, Villa Inn/KLLL Reports, September 5, 1980
35 (90) Niki Sullivan Special, WMNF Radio, September 12, 1980
36 (91) Bill B, Chicago, Randy Arbogast, undated
37 (92) Bill Griggs on WKOK, part 1, part 2, conclusion, undated
38 (93) unlabeled, side 1, side 2, undated
39 (94) unlabeled, side 3, side 4, undated
40 (95) American Pie, Long Susquehanna, broadcasting version, LJs short version, from John Weyrick, undated
41 (96) Rockabilly, WHLM, Bloomsburg Pennsylvania, side 3, Randy Arbogast, Lewisburg Pennsylvania, side 4, June 13, 1980
42 (97) Rockabilly, WHLM, Bloomsburg Pennsylvania, side 1, Holly side, side 2, June 13, 1980
43 (98) Buddy Holly “Mentions”, side 1, undated
44 (99) Buddy Holly That’s Life Tribute, undated
45 (100) A Tribute To Buddy Holly, produced and narrated by Paul Kattelman, WAIF Radio Cincinnati Ohio, Six PAK Enterprises, May 17, 1980
46 (101) KOA Denver, 50,000 Watt clear channel, 8:15 pm, Bill Saul, Brehon “Panama” Herlihy, 9:15 pm, February 1, 1980
47 (102) KAM Radio, Lubbock, Chris Alexander, Bill Griggs, July 31, 1981
48 (103) “The Day The Music Died” side 1, side 2, UK radio play, undated
49 (104) The Crickets, August 27, 1978
50 (105) Wayne Jones, Fred Milano, interview, undated
51 (106) unlabeled, undated
52 (107) unlabeled, undated
53 (108) unlabeled, undated
54 (109) unlabeled, undated
55 (110) unlabeled, undated
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56 1 (111) unlabeled, undated
2 (112) Buddy Holly “Part I” WORT, John and John, January 22, 1983
3 (113) Buddy Holly “Part II” WORT, John and John, January 29, 1983
4 (114) unlabeled, undated
5 (115) Holly Special #9, Beginning, January 23, 1982
6 (116) Holly Special #9, Conclusion, Holly Special #10, Beginning, Continued, January 30, 1982
7 (117) Holly Special #10, Continued, Holly Special #10, Conclusion, Everly Special, Beginning, November 21, 1981
8 (118) Everly Special, Continued, Conclusion, undated
9 (119) Buddy Holly Special #11, John and John, March 1982
10 (120) Buddy Holly Convention, Lubbock Texas, Dave Harvey, KOY Radio, Leo Kotke, The Magnetics, The Midnight Strings Orchestra, Press Conference, The Newshounds, Robert Gordon, Glen Glenn (See also accompanying insert.), 1980-1981
11 (121) See above, 1980-1981
12 (122) Charlie “Sugartime” Phillips interview, Jim Caviness, Amarillo, #1, February 21, 1983
13 (123) Charlie “Sugartime” Phillips interview, Jim Caviness, Amarillo, #2, February 21, 1983
14 (125) WCVT Towson Maryland, Roy Scott, Jack Miller, Tribute to Buddy and The Bopper and Ritchie, February 5, 1983
15 (126) Tape 2, undated
16 (127) Buddy Holly Special, Phil Sargent, Jerry MacNesh, WSBA AM 910, York Pennsylvania, February 2, 1983
17 (128) Jim Robinson interview, 1983
18 (129) The Everly Brothers Story, Part I, Part II, BBC Radio, narrated by Tim Rice, June 1977
19 (130) The Everly Brothers Story, Part III, Part IV, BBC Radio, narrated by Tim Rice, undated
20 (131) The Everly Brothers Story, Part V, Jay talks to Bill, undated
21 (132) Hans G, undated
22 (133) Gary and Ramona Tollett, 1983
23 (134) Carl Bunch, Buddy Holly Medley, Sing a Lost Soul Home, Private Hell, undated
24 (135) Excerpts from “50s Weekend” WYST FM, 92 Star, Baltimore, January 13-15, 1984
25 (137) Buddy Holly 25 Years, KJHK Lawrence, undated
26 (138) Buddy Holly 25 Years, KJHK Lawrence, #2, undated
27 (139) Don Larson slide show with Bruce C., Nikki Sullivan sings and talks, Bobby Vee talks, Clear Lake, 1984
28 (140) Buddy Know interview, KZEV, Buddy Knox Live, Tommy Roe Live, undated
29 (141) Buddy Holly, session of 10-21-58, October 21, 1958
30 (142) Pewter Show, Bill Griggs, KRLA, Pasadena California, June 9, 1984
31 (143) Clear Lake interviews, Tommy Roe, Bobby Vee, Nikki Sullivan, Buddy Knox, Paul Waters, Mad Hatter, Buddy Knox at the concert, February 4, 1984
32 (145) Shake Rattle and Roll, 3CR, Buddy Holly Tribute, Nigel Smith, Paul Simons, Eric Martin, February 11, 1984
33 (146) Buddy Holly Tribute, WCVT Baltimore Maryland, Jack Miller host, February 12, 1984
34 (147) Buddy Holly Tribute, WCVT Baltimore Maryland, Holly Time, October 1983-March 1984
35 (148) Holly Time, Words of Love, Good Clean Fun, White Sidewalls, Nikki Sullivan, Clear Lake, March-May 1984
36 (149) Buddy Holly Tribute, KJHK Lawrence Kansas, February 9, 1985
37 (150) Buddy Holly Tribute, KJHK Lawrence Kansas, February 9, 1985
38 (151) “A Salute to Buddy Holly” 25th Anniversary, KTOO Juneau Alaska, 1 of 3, 1984
39 (152) “A Salute to Buddy Holly” 25th Anniversary, KTOO Juneau Alaska, 2 of 3, 1984
40 (153) “A Salute to Buddy Holly” 25th Anniversary, KTOO Juneau Alaska, 3 of 3, 1984
41 (154) Buddy Holly Special, WYSO FM Yellow Springs, Dayton Ohio, Jim Schuman, 1 of 3, February 1, 1985
42 (155) Buddy Holly Special, WYSO FM, Dayton Ohio, Jim Schuman, 2 of 3, February 1, 1985
43 (156) Buddy Holly Special, WYSO FM, Dayton Ohio, Jim Schuman, 3 of 3, February 1, 1985
44 (157) Jerry MacNesh, rough mix, “Torquay” “Gunshot” “Chief Whoopin Koff” “Panic Button” “Rik-A-Tik”, undated
45 (158) D. Bradley Enterprises, Winnetka California, Rick Tucker, undated
46 (159) Buddy Knox “Sweet Country Music” “I Named My Little Girl Holly” Mike Berry “Holly” “A Little Heaven Out Of Hell”, undated
47 (160) Buddy Holly Essex Radio, December 1983
48 (161) Tape I, undated
49 (162) Tape II, undated
50 (163) Tape III, undated
51 (164) Tape IV, undated
52 (165) Buddy Holly Special Promo, KFYO Lubbock Texas, September 7, 1985
53 (166) Holly Promos, KFYO, Byers and Griggs, January 30, 1986
54 (167) Everly Brothers Live, Devon Pennsylvania, July 28, 1985
55 (168) Roy Orbison Live, Club Bene, 2nd Show, March 9, 1985
56 (169) Sonny Curtis Live from UK, Beeches Suite, Rotherham, Buddy Holly Tribute Segment, Mean Fiddler, London, Sonny from EP “Help Smokey the Bear Fight Forest Fires”, September 1985
57 (170) Clark Webber and Bob Hale on Buddy Holly, WLS, 1985
58 (171) Buddy Holly, The Man In Memory, Pete Tomasak, 1 of 4, February 3, 1985
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57 1 (172) Buddy Holly, tape 2 of 4, February 3, 1985
2 (173) Buddy Holly, tape 3 of 4, undated
3 (174) Buddy Holly, tape 4 of 4, undated
4 (175) unlabeled, undated
5 (176) Crickets Unreleased Titles, Liberty Records, undated
6 (177) Budfest, Lubbock Texas, tape 1, Sonny Curtis, AR and the Ricochettes, Bobby Vee, Buddy Knox, Del Shannon, 1of 3, September 5, 1986
7 (178) Budfest, Lubbock Texas, tape 2, Bo Diddley, Sherry Holley, Ace Cannon, Carl Perkins, 2 of 3, September 5, 1986
8 (179) Budfest, Lubbock Texas, tape 3, The Crickets, Jerry Allison, Joe B. Mauldin, Gordon Payne, 3 of 3, September 5, 1986
9 (180) Acetate Collection, volume 1, undated
10 (181) Acetate Collection, part 2, undated
11 (182) New York Sessions, Nashville, volume 3, undated
12 (183) “Love’s Made A Fool Of You” APT Tape, Phone Call, “All For You” “Sugartime” (Buddy and Maria Elena, according to accompanying note from Bill Perry), undated
13 (184) Budfest Lubbock, Texas September 5, 1986
14 (185) Hound Dog #1, undated
15 (186) Hound Dog #2, George Lorenz, Four Plaid Throats, Mercury Records, undated
16 (187) unlabeled, undated
17 (188) unlabeled, undated
18 (189) Clovis, volume 1, undated
19 (190) Clovis, volume 2, undated
20 (191) Tribute To A Man From Texas, Buddy Holly, CKUT Radio, McGill University, J.P. Chapados, January 29, 1989
21 (192) Buddy Holly Story, Part A, Part B, 1 of 4, undated
22 (193) Buddy Holly Story, 2 of 4, undated
23 (194) Buddy Holly Story, 3 of 4, undated
24 (195) Buddy Holly Story, 4 of 4, undated
25 George Atwood: information for Bill Griggs, January 4, 1994
26-29 Blank audio cassette tapes, (4), undated
30 Billy and Holly and Chris: To Bill and Mary, from Cathy and Jack, undated
31 Billy and Holly: to Mary and Bill, undated
32 The Cavaliers: Let The Good Times Roll, Jerry Naylor, Alton Baird, J. Frank Wilson, undated
33 Charly Records Sixty Snipshot, samples of Charlyware, various artists, undated
34 Crickets: interview, ends with singing Happy Anniversary, undated
35 Joe Ely: King Bees, “Rock Me My Baby” “Right Behind You Baby” “Wishing” “Boffin’ the Blues” “Burning the Town” “The Ugly Truth” “Pickin’ My Life Away” members of King Bees Jamie James, Michael Rummans, Rex Roberts, first album, from Emily O. Kuban of Oxnard California, see also letter from Kuban, 1981
36 Bill Griggs: White Sidewalls, Niki Sullivan, Surf Ballroom, February 3, 1980
37 Clyde Hankins: “I hope you find the info helpful” undated
38 Buddy Holly: Oh Boy (MCA Special Products - MCAC 20425) 2 copies, 1987
39 Buddy Holly: Tape I, June 16, 1979
40 Buddy Holly: WLW Cincinatti Ohio, undated
41 The Holleys: November 2, 1977
42 John and John: 8th Holly Special, September 5, 1981
43 Buddy Knox: Eindhoven Holland, October 6, 1979
44 Pappy Dave Stone: to Bill Griggs, from D.P. Pinkston, December 1, 1993
45 The Picks: 25th Anniversary Special Issue (John W. Pickering Music Company C-1), 1982
46 Frankie Sardo: biography/interview, from Larry Lehner, April 28, 1992
47 The Sprague Brothers: Real Gone Rock and Roll (Third Millennium TM-315-EP-C) 2 copies, 1990
48 Stars of the Fifties, Volume 1 (Rockbill Limited 16RK2539), 1985
49 unlabeled, (7), undated
50 Joe West: “Kingman, Main Street America”, 1996
51 The Whirlwinds: “Angel Love/The Mountain” Red Steagall: “Once Again/The Dance” (See also Gerald M. Hanners letter.), undated
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53 1 index card file 201, cover 45s, undated
2 index 202, cover 45s, undated
3 index 203, cover 45s, undated
4 index 204, cover 45s, undated
5 index 205, cover 45s, undated
6 index 206, cover 45s, undated
7 index 207, cover 45s, undated
8 index 208, Petty 45s, Norvajak label, undated
9 index 209, Curtis 45s, undated
10 index 210, Curtis 45s, undated
11 index 211, Clovis 45s, Noland, Pick/Roses, Tucker, undated
12 index 212, Clovis 45s, Ray Ruff (blank), undated
13 index 213, Clovis 45s, SINKS (Richards), undated
14 index 215, Presley 45s, undated
15 index 216, R and R, Sardo (empty), undated
16 index 217, Clovis 45s, Fireballs, undated
17 index 220, cover LPs, undated
18 index 221, cover LPs, undated
19 index 222, cover LP, undated
20 index 223, cover LP, undated
21 3 x 5 index cards (88), undated
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52 1 Chuck Berry: 3 Compact Disc Set, 36 page booklet, 1988
2 The Complete Buddy Holly: box set, 6 audio cassttes includes pictorial booklet of Holly’s life and music, compiled and annotated by John Beecher and Malcolm Jones, includes complete master list, US discography, UK discography (Coral TC-CDMSP 807), March 1979
3 Buddy Knox and Elvis: j.peg on 3.5-inch drive, undated
4 100 Greatest Hits of Rock N Roll: 14 audio cassette tapes 1987
5 Vocal Group Hall of Fame, Video History and Lobby Tape, undated
Commercial compact disc (CD Audio)
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50 1-2 David Box and The Ravens: The David Box Story (Roller Coaster Records, RCCD3024), (2 copies), 2002
3 Enrico Caruso: Historical Recordings 1902-1914, (Gala GL 304), 1989
4 Neil Copeland: Titanic: 1. “Maiden Voyage, 10 April, 1912”; 2. “And so the TITANIC steamed unwittingly along…”; 3. “Three sharp clangs on the crew’s nest bell!”; 4. “By 12:15 the worst was known”; 5. “One of the most piognant stories is told by TITANIC survivor , Ms. Eva Hart”; 6. “A bigger question that has never been answered”; 7. “Captain Lord, master of the CALIFORNIAN”; 8. “TITANIC Historical Society”; 9. “Raise the TITANIC?”; (Vantage - VCD-1050), 1994
5 Creedence Clearwater Revival: Chronicle (Fantasy FCD-623-CCR2), 1976
6 Great Jazz and Big Band Themes (Masters MACD 61095-2), undated
7 Bill Haley: The Best of Bill Haley and His Comets, (MCAD-11957), 1999
8 Bill Haley and His Comets: Rock The Joint! (Rollercoaster Records RCCD 3001), 1989
9 Buddy Holly: The Best Of Buddy Holly (MCA Records-MCAD-11956), 1999
10 Buddy Holly: Buddy Holly (Universe UN 1004), 1990
11-12 Buddy Holly: The Buddy Holly Collection (MCA MCAD2-10883, 2 copies), 1993
13 Buddy Holly: Down The Line: Rarities (Geffen DECCA B0011675-02), 2009
14 Buddy Holly: Everyday Is A Holly Day (Emergo EMD 9465), 1989
15 Buddy Holly: Golden Greats (MCA DMCM 5003), other versions on Discogs (MCA Records-0602498385166 released 1991), 1985
16 Buddy Holly: The Great Buddy Holly (MCAD-31037), 1982
17 Buddy Holly: Greatest Hits 18 1. “Maybe Baby” 2. “You’re The One” 3. “That’ll Be the Day” 4. “Crying, Waiting, Hoping” 5. “Rock Around with Ollie Vee” 6. “That’s What They Say” 7. “Oh, Boy!” 8. “Gone” 9. “Baby It’s Love” 10. “That’s My Desire” 11. “Rip It Up” 12. “Peggy Sue” 13. “Queen of the Ballroom” 14. “Everyday" 15. “Keep a Knockin'” 16. “Well All Right” 17. “Down the Line” 18. “Dearest” (TECX-20492), released in Japan, 1993
18 Buddy Holly: Oh Boy! 1. “Oh Boy” 2. “Heartbeat” 3. “You Are My One Desire” 4. “Listen To Me” 5. “Blue Days, Black Nights” 6. “I’m Gonna Love You Too” 7. “That’s My Desire” 8. “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore” 9. “Raining In My Heart” 10. “Early In The Morning” promotional use only (MCAD-20425), 1994
19 Buddy Holly: The Buddy Holly Story (Original London Cast Recording, First Night Records - QUEUE CD1), 1989
20 Brenda Lee: Cherish (Going For A Song - GFS105), undated
21 Brenda Lee: Greatest Hits Live 1. “Coming On Strong” 2. “Silver Threads And Golden Needles” 3. “Johnny One Time” 4. “Oldies Medley” 5. “How Much Love” 6. “That’s All You Gotta Do” 7. “I’m Sorry” 8. “Gospel Medley” 9. “Hits Medley” (K-tel 3077-2), autographed “Love , Brenda Lee”, undated
22 Brenda Lee: I’m Sorry 1. “Coming On Strong” 2. “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me” 3. “How Much Love” 4. “Medley” 5. “Your Mama Don’t Dance” 6. “You’re The One That I Want” 7. “Medley” 8. “I’m Sorry” 9. “Silver Threads And Golden Needles” 10. “Johnny One Time” 11. “That’s All You Gotta Do” 12. “Medley” 13. “Medley” (Live Time LT-5067A), made in Germany, undated
23 Brenda Lee: Little Miss Dynamite: 1. “Dynamite” 2. “Sweet Nothin’s” 3. “Love You ‘til I Die” 4. “Rock the Bop” 5. “Ring-a-my-phone” 6. “Rock-a-bye-baby-blues” 7. “Bill Bailey Won’t You Please Come Home” 8. “Wee wee Willie’s” 9. “Weep No More My Baby” 10. “Let’s Jump the Broomstick” 11. “Jambalaya” 12. “ (If I’m Dreaming) Just Let Me Dream” 13. “My Baby Likes Western Guys” 14. “That’s All You Gotta Do” 15. “Dum Dum” 16. “Do I Worry (Yes I Do)” 17. “Kansas City” 18. “The Big Chance” 19. “Bigelow 6-200” 20. “Baby Face” (Back Biter BB 61015), autographed “Love, Brenda Lee”, 1993
24 Paul McCartney and Denny Laine: 2 Buddies on Holly Days: 1. “Heartbeat” 2. “Moondreams” 3. “Rave On” 4. “I’m Gonna Love You Too” 5. “Fool’s Paradise” 6. “It’s So Easy” 7. “Listen To Me” 8. “Look at Me” 9. “Waterspout (instrumental)” 10. “Raining in My Heart” 11. “It’s So Easy” 12. “Bo Diddley” (A Library Product, Oxford, England 2323), 1990
25-27 Jerry Naylor: Tribute to The Rockabilly Legends: Rocks, Rags And Riches 1. “Tear It Up” 2. “Rock-A-Bye-Rock” 3. “She’s Gone” 4.”I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone” 5.”Rocky Road Blues” 6.”Don’t Say Nothin’“ 7. “Well All Right” 8. “Don’t Ever Change” 9. “Do The Thang” 10. “Rockabilly Boogie” 11. “Good Rockin’ Tonight” 12. “Jambalaya” Bonus track “Precious Memories” (Jerry Naylor Company and Legends Marketing, LLC), (five copies in collection, twenty-nine in storage), undated
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51 1-2 Jerry Naylor: Tribute to The Rockabilly Legends: Rocks, Rags And Riches 1. “Tear It Up” 2. “Rock-A-Bye-Rock” 3. “She’s Gone” 4. “I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone” 5. “Rocky Road Blues” 6. “Don’t Say Nothin’” 7. “Well All Right” 8. “Don’t Ever Change” 9. “Do The Thang” 10.”Rockabilly Boogie” 11.”Good Rockin’ Tonight” 12. “Jambalaya” Bonus track “Precious Memories” (Jerry Naylor Company and Legends Marketing, LLC), (five copies in collection, twenty-nine in storage),undated
3-7 Jerry Naylor: The Rockabilly Legends: Roots Of It All 1. “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” 2. “Blue Moon of Kentucky” 3. “Be Bop A Lula” 4. “Folsum Prison” 5. “Honky Tonk Man” 6. “Everyday” 7. “Red Cadillac And A Black Mustache” 8. “You’ll Lose A Good Thing” 9. “Not Fade Away” 10. “Honey Don’t” 11. “Mystery Train” 12. “Lead Me To The Rock” (Jerry Naylor Company and Legends Marketing, LLC), (five copies in collection, thirty in storage), undated
8-12 Jerry Naylor: The Rockabilly Legends: To Carl Let It Vibrate 1.”One More Shot At Loving You”; 2.”Can’t Stop, Gotta Rock In My Shoe” 3.”Put Your Cat Clothes On” 4.”Rock And Roll Rhythm” 5.”All Mama’s Children” 6.”Precious Memories” 7.”Gone, Gone, Gone” 8.” You The Mama Of My Song” 9.”E. P. Express” 10.”You Can Do No Wrong” 11.”Rockabilly Fever” 12.”On My Knees” Bonus tracks 13.”Blue Suede Shoes” 14.”Mr. Bill” (Jerry Naylor Company and Legends Marketing, LLC), (five copies in collection, thirty-two in storage), undated
13-17 Jerry Naylor: The Rockabilly Legends: a tribute to my friends 1. “Blue Suede Shoes” 2. “That’s All Right Mama” 3. “I Walk the Line” 4. “Ooby Dooby” 5. “Think It Over” 6. “Lonely Weekends” 7. “I’m Walking the Floor Over You” 8. “Party Doll” 9. “Yesterday’s Teardrops” 10. “Without Warning” 11. “Honey Bee” 12. “Born to Rock” (Jerry Naylor Company and Legends Marketing, LLC), (five copies in collection, thirty in storage), undated
18 Jack Neal: Country and Western Plus Show (Wild Horse Records), undated
19 Rockin’ Robin: Live On The Radio 1. “Intro” 2. “Rockin till Midnite” 3. “I’m Walkin” 4. “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” 5. “Introductions” 6. “Runaround Sue” 7. “You Send Me” 8. “Runaway” 9. “Rock in the USA” 10. “Bring It on Home to Me” 11. “Lady Madonna” 12. “Good Lovin” 13. “Nights in White Satin” 14. “You Really Got Me” 15. “BBC Interview, Part I” 16. “Turn Out the Moon” 17. “BBC Interview, Part II/Don't Slam the Pearly Gates” 18. “Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame Interview” 19. “Duke of Earl” 20. “Live in Japan/Jambalaya” (FMG Records), 1998
20 Compilation: A Rock and Roll Christmas 1. The Coasters “Frosty the Snowman” 2. The Dixie Cups “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” 3. The Drifters “Christmas Song” 4. The Crickets “Deck the Halls” 5. David Sommerville “Sleighride” 6. Tommy Roe “If I Could Spend Christmas with You” 7. The Tokens “Little Drummer Boy” 8. The Shirelles “Silent Night” 9. Frankie Ford “White Christmas” 10. Johnny Preston “A New Baby for Christmas” 11. Rockin' Robin “Winter Wonderland” 12. Davy Jones “Rockin around the Christmas Tree” (FMG Records), 1997
21 Runaway Express: Yeah, Buddy! 1. “Well, All Right / Maybe, Baby” 2. “Peggy Sue Got Married” 3. “Words of Love / Listen to Me” 4. “I’m Gonna Love You, Too / Love’s Made a Fool of You” 5. “Crying, Waiting, Hoping/Heartbeat” 6. “That’ll Be the Day” 7. “Everyday/It's So Easy” 8.vThat's What They Say / Tell Me How” 9. “Learning the Game / Wishing” 10. “Rock Around With Ollie Vee” 11. “Look at Me' Take Your Time” 12. “True Love Ways” (Raven Records RVN 2001), 2000
22 Sir Georg Solti: Tchaikovsky: “1812 Overture” “Romeo and Juliet-Fantasy Overture” “The Nutcracker Suite” Chicago Symphony Orchestra, (London Records-417 400-2), 1987
23 75 Spectacular SOUND EFFECTS Volume 1, (L.D.M.I. S-4539), made in Canada, undated
24 75 Spectacular SOUND EFFECTS Volume 2, (L.D.M.I. S-4539), made in Canada, undated
25 Muddy Waters: The Best of Muddy Waters Volume 1, (Telstar Records (4)-1008 1988
26 Box Set Sampler (1) 1. Jack Neal KDAV radio interview 2. Jack Neal “I Hear The Lord Calling For Me” 3. Jack Neal “I Saw The Moon Cry Last Night” 4. Buddy Holly “Gone” 5. Buddy Holly alternate version (complete) “Gone” 6. Buddy Holly alternate version “Gone" 7. Buddy Holly undubbed “Have You Ever Been Lonely" ("Mother") 8. Buddy Holly (late 1956) “Brown Eyed Handsome Man" 9. Buddy Holly “Good Rockin' Tonight” 10. Buddy Holly “Rip It Up” 11. Buddy Holly “Blue Monday” 12. Buddy Holly “Honky Tonk” 13. Buddy Holly fourth version “Have You Ever Been Lonely” 14. Buddy Holly (Late 1956) “Bo Diddley” 15. Buddy Holly “Ain't Got No Home” 16. Buddy Holly (extra note) “Holly Hop” 17. Buddy Holly “Smokey Joe's Cafe” 18. Buddy Holly “Take These Shackles From My Heart” 19. Buddy Holly “I'll Just Pretend” 20. Buddy Holly “I Guess I Was Just A Fool” 21. Buddy Holly (demo) “Love Me” 22. Buddy Holly (edited) “Two Timin' Woman” 23. Buddy Holly (with sounds before track) “Footprints In The Snow” 24. Buddy Holly (no drums) “Down The Line” 25. Buddy Holly “You And I Are Through” 26. Buddy Holly (no skips) “Baby Won't You Come Out Tonight” 27. Buddy Holly “Don't Come Back Knockin'” 28. Buddy Holly (second pass-no lead) “Words Of Love” 29. Buddy Holly (alternate overdubs at end) “Words Of Love” 30. Charlie Phillips (stereo-two beat lead in on drums) “Sugartime” 31. Jack Huddle (stereo-dry mix) “Starlight” 32. Jack Huddle (dry-overrecorded) “Believe Me” 33. Jack Huddle (dry-adjusted) “Believe Me” 34. [bad track] 35. Lou Giordano (with false start and count in) “Stay Close To Me”, undated
27 Box Set Sampler (2) 1. Buddy Holly “Honky Tonk” 2. Buddy Holly “Drown In My Own Tears” 3. Buddy Holly “Dearest” 4. Buddy Holly “What To Do” 5. Buddy Holly “Peggy Sue Got Married” 6. Buddy Holly “Crying, Waiting, Hoping” 7. Buddy Holly “That Makes It Tough” 8. Buddy Holly “That's What They Say” 9. Buddy Holly "Learning The Game” 10. Niki Sullivan "It's All Over” 11. Niki Sullivan “It's All Over” 12. Niki Sullivan “Baby Let's Play House” 13. Niki Sullivan Interview 14. Niki Sullivan “It's All Over” 15. Buddy Holly “That's My Desire” 16. Buddy Holly “Mona” 17. Buddy Holly “Take Your Time” 18. Buddy Holly “Bo Diddley” 19. Buddy Holly “That'll Be The Day Jingles” 20. Buddy Holly “Think It Over” 21. Buddy Holly “Think It Over” 22. Buddy Holly “Fool's Paradisev 23. Buddy Holly “Peggy Sue” 24. Buddy Holly “Oh, Boy! ” 25. Buddy Holly “Last Night” 26. Buddy Holly “Maybe Baby” 27. Buddy Holly “Not Fade Away”, undated
28 Box Set Sampler (3) 1. Jack Huddle “Starlight” 2. Jack Huddle “Believe Me” 3. Jim Robinson “Whole Lot Of Lovin’” 4. Jim Robinson “Whole Lot Of Lovin’” 5. Gary Tollett “Look To The Future” 6. Gary Tollett “Honey, Honey” 7. Gary Tollett “Go Boy Go” 8. Gary Tollett “Gone" 9. Gary Tollett “Golden Rocket” 10. Gary Tollett “I Overlooked An Orchid” 11. Buddy Holly “Blues For Bill” 12. Buddy Holly “Wait Til The Sun Shines Nellie” 13. Fred Crawford “By The Mission Wall” 14. Norman Petty “Moondreams” 15. Charlie Phillips “Sugartime” 16. Jerry Ivan Allison “Oh You Beautiful Doll” 17. Jerry Ivan Allison “Oh You Beautiful Doll” 18. Jerry Ivan Allison “Real Wild Child” 19-24. Buddy Holly “When Sin Stops” 25. Buddy Holly “Come Back Baby” 26. Buddy Holly “Reminiscing” 27. Buddy Holly “Wishing” 28. Buddy Holly “Love's Made A Fool Of You” 29. Buddy Holly “Lonesome Tears” 30. Buddy Holly “Brown Eyed Handsome Man” 31. Buddy Holly “Slippin' And Sliddin'” 32. Buddy Holly “Smokey Joes Café”, undated
29 Box Set Sampler (4) 1. Buddy Holly “Slippin’ And Slidin’” 2. Buddy Holly “Slippin’ And Sliddin’” 3. Buddy Holly “Peggy Sue Got Married” 4. Buddy Holly “That Makes It Tough” 5. Buddy Holly “Learning The Game” 6. Buddy Holly “Crying, Waiting, Hoping” 7. Buddy Holly “Love Is Strange” 8. Buddy Holly “Dearest” 9. Buddy Holly “That's What They Say” 10. Buddy Holly “What To Do” 11. Buddy Holly “Stay Close To Me” 12. Buddy Holly “True Love Ways” 13. Buddy Holly “It Doesn't Matter Anymore” 14. Buddy Holly “Raining In My Heart” 15. Buddy Holly “Moondreams” 16. Buddy Holly “Love Me” 17. Buddy Holly “Don't Come Back Knockin'” 18. Buddy Holly “Midnight Shift” 19. Buddy Holly “Blue Days, Black Nights” 20. Buddy Holly “Rock Around With Ollie Vee” 21. Buddy Holly “I'm Changin' All Those Changes” 22. Buddy Holly “That'll Be The Day” 23. Buddy Holly “Girl On My Mind” 24. Buddy Holly “Ting A Ling” 25. Buddy Holly “I'm Changin' All Those Changes” 26. Buddy Holly “Rock Around With Ollie Vee” 27. Buddy Holly “Modern Don Juan” 28. Buddy Holly “You Are My One Desire”, undated
30 Box Set Sampler (5) 1. Buddy Holly “Smokey Joe’s Café” 2. Sonny West “Oh, Boy!” 3. [bad track], 4. Buddy Holly “Slippin’ And Slidin’“ 5. Buddy Holly “Slippin’ And Slidin’” 6. Buddy Holly “Slippin’ And Slidin’” 7. Buddy Holly “Slippin’ And Slidin’” 8. Buddy Holly “Slippin' And Slidin'” 9. Buddy Holly “Dearest” 10. Buddy Holly “It's Too Late” 11. Buddy Holly “Send Me Some Lovin'” 12. Buddy Holly “Love Is Strange” 13. Buddy Holly “You're The One” 14. Ronnie King Interview, undated
31 Buddy Holly, The Ed Sullivan ShowJanuary 26, 1958
DVD video discs
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52 1 Buddy Holly Week 2004, Lubbock Texas, Seminar with Griggs, Allsup, Bunch, and Mueller, 2004
2 Buddy Knox: Live, Port Orchard Washington, 1995-1998
3 Reminiscing, Back Issues 1-20, www.rockin50s.com, Bill Griggs, 2008
4 Reminiscing, Back Issues 21-30, www.rockin50s.com, Bill Griggs, 2008
5 Reminiscing, Back Issues 31-45, www.rockin50s.com, Bill Griggs, 2008
6 Sonny West: Rock-ola Ruby Sweet Rockin’ Baby, Lyceum Theater, Clovis New Mexico, 1956
7 The Fireballs: Rock ‘N Roll Reunion Show, part 1, 2006
8 The Fireballs: Rock ‘N Roll Reunion Show, part 2, 2006
9-10 The Music of Buddy Holly and The Crickets: the definitive story, with bonus CD, (2), 2005
11 Waylon Jennings: Nashville Rebel, 1966
12-16 Jerry Naylor, The Rockabilly Legends: a tribute to my friends, [5 in collection, 30 extras], (5), October 4, 2007
17 The Rockabilly Legends: a tribute to my friends, two minute infomercial about Jerry Naylor,(2), 2006
18 The Rockabilly Legends: atribute to my friends, thirty minute informercial about Jerry Naylor, 2006
19 Highlights of Jack Neal and Friends Dangerous Dan, Larry Welborn, Kelly Hastey, Sherry Holley and Jack Neal, only one DVD in case, 2006
20-22 Rock’N’Roll Invaders: The AM Radio DJs, (3), 1998-1999

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