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Interview by June Harris, Disc, 28 July 1962
JERRY ALLISON, longest-serving member of the Crickets, whose 'Don't Ever Change' is still climbing our Top Twenty, may not be able to get to England ...
Interview by June Harris, Disc, 22 September 1962
DO YOU LIKE a real, bluesy, earthy, down-south American sound? If you do, then your ears will flap when you listen to 'Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow', a new ...
Review by Mick Farren, New Musical Express, 11 October 1975
BUDDY HOLLY SO overshadowed The Crickets that one tends to forget that they went on to produce some very creditable work on their own after ...
Sleeve and programme notes by Colin Escott, Bear Family Records, 2001
IT WASN'T AN ORIGINAL name; there was another group called the Crickets that had dented the Rhythm 'n' Blues charts a few years earlier, but ...
see also Buddy Holly
see also Albert Lee
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