( This was played at Buddy's funeral, as it was his favorite gospel song )
"I'm Gonna Sing A Buddy Holly Song For You"
P. M. Adamson
"In de tjd van de Rock 'n' Roll"
John Spencer (from Holland)
"I Feel Like Buddy Holly"
"I Named My Little Girl Holly"
"In Memory Of Buddy Holly" (instr.)
Rick Layne/Lee York
"I Miss Buddy Holly"
"I remember Buddy"
"I Remember Rock & Roll"
"I Smell You"
Blowfly (0:37) (Oldies But Goodies - Weird World 1976)
"I still love you Peggy Sue"
Jerry Naylor, 2013
"It Coulda Been Buddy Holly"
"I Took A Liking To You"
"It's Just That You Are In Love"
"It's Only A Song Peggy Sue"
"I Was Hooked"
Dave Slater, 2008
"I Won't Forget My Peggy Sue"
"Joe Meek warns Buddy Holly"
"Juke Box, Jeans, Rock 'n' Roll"
"Just Another Rumor"
"Keep on shining on"
"Leave It In The Hands Of Fate"
Andy Wilkinson ( dedicated to the pilot Roger Peterson )
"Letter To Donna"
"Like He's Never Been Gone"
"Listening To The Words Of Love"
"Looking for the HI-DE-HO"
Tinker Carlen (Carlin)
"Lost without you"
"Love Is A Mystery"
Richard Garlick and Ian Hammond
"Lubbock (Whoever Heard Of A Place Called?)"
Mike Berry, Apple's iTunes Store, 3-10-2011
"Lubbock or leave it"
The Dixie Chicks
"Maria Elena" (Music & lyrics, different to the next song with the same name)
Hello Hans, Congratulations on your excellent website! I am sure you know the following...but, just in case..... The brilliant guitarist Harold Bradley, together with his brother Owen, owned the Nashville recording studios where Buddy Holly recorded a lot of his early tracks. Harold Bradley played guitar on several of Buddy's early releases including 'Rock Around With Ollie Vee', 'Modern Don Juan' and 'You're My One Desire'. (recorded 15.11.1956). Apparently he was a good friend to Mr & Mrs Holley. Three years after Buddy's tragic death, Harold released the very somber, Tex-Mex instrumental 'Maria Elena'. (see attached image of my own copy). This have just been coincidence, who knows! Kind regards, Rob Woodhouse, Wales, UK