The second EP culled from The Crickets' debut LP, The "Chirping" Crickets, this 45 . seven-inch disc does not contain as strong a selection as the earlier EP named after the album, but it does have the classic, "Maybe Baby. Additional tracks are "Rock Me My Baby," "Send Me Some Lovin'," and "Tell Me Ho. (This EP differs from the identically titled EP released by Coral Records in the UK in September 1958 as Coral 2003.
The Crickets were an American rock and roll band from Lubbock, Texas, formed by singer-songwriter Buddy Holly in the 1950s. Their first hit record, "That'll Be the Day", released in 1957, peaked at number three on the Billboard Top 100 chart on September 16. The sleeve of their first album, The "Chirping" Crickets, shows the band lineup at the time: Holly on lead vocals and lead guitar, Niki Sullivan on rhythm guitar, Jerry Allison on drums, and Joe B. Mauldin on bass
Learning The Game (2016) by The Crickets Sound Project, Rockabilly music from Glasgow, UK on ReverbNation. The Crickets Sound Project "Vintage sound with a modern twist". Send Me Some Lovin The Crickets Sound Project. Send Me Some Lovin by The Crickets Sound Project, Rockabilly music from Glasgow, UK on ReverbNation. It started out in as an obscure album track and became a classic rebel yell of rock - then punk.
The Crickets - The ''Chirping'' Crickets (1957). Дебютный альбом американской рок-н-рольной группы The Crickets во главе с Бадди Холли. В 2003 году альбом был внесён в список "500 величайших альбомов всех времён" под номером 421. Songs in album The Crickets - The ''Chirping'' Crickets (1957).
The Crickets were Buddy Holly’s group from 1956 to 1958, contributing significantly to his sound and success. As a self-contained group that wrote their own songs, Buddy Holly and the Crickets served to inspire a torrent of bands that followed in the Sixties, including the Beatles and the Hollies. Their two-guitar, bass and drums lineup would become a virtual blueprint for rock bands. Various tribute albums and re-releases have appeared over the years. A tribute album titled Not Fade Away: Remembering Buddy Holly, featuring an array of country, folk and roots-rock artists, was released in 1995. In 2009 came Not Fade Away: The Complete Recordings and More, a six-disc box set that updated and superceded 1981’s The Complete Buddy Holly.