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TitleThat'll Be The Day
ArtistThe Quarrymen (aka The Quarry Men)
VocalsJ Authorship  Holly/Allison Time  0:00:40 Recorded  07/12/1958 Order in day2
Initally released onLP: Quarrymen Rehearse With Stu Sutcliff Spring 1960 Release date01/01/1978 Release StatusBootleg
Primary location in my collectionLP: Quarrymen Rehearse With Stu Sutcliff Spring 1960
Remarks
A shortened version of the track on Anthology appears on this bootleg. It has a snippet at the end of a Paul McCartney interview where he is explaining that it's their first record. John, Paul, George, John 'Duff' Lowe and Colin Hanton locally cut a 78rpm record of Buddy Holly's That'll Be The Day with In Spite Of All The Danger on the back. There was only one copy made. John sang lead on both tracks. Estimated recorded date known to be spring or early summer 1958. Estimated release date.



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