Composer: Sonny West / Bill Tilghman / Norman Petty
The Golden Road, 1965-1973, Grateful Dead, 2001
Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses), Grateful Dead, 2003 (on expanded CD version only)
Jim Thorpe, PA, July 14, 2009
Portland, ME, February 26, 2014
May 26, 2012, CrossroadsKC, Kansas City, MO, 2012
May 31, 2012, Wakarusa Festival, Ozark, AR, 2012
June 3, 2012, Mishawaka Amphitheatre, Bellvue, CO, 2012
Sonny West, 195?
Single, Buddy Holly, 1957
Chirping Crickets, Buddy Holly, 1957
Hit Sound Of The Everly Brothers, Everly Brothers, 1967
Skeeter Davis Sings Buddy Holly, Skeeter Davis, 1967
Stars and Stripes Forever, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, 1974
The Buddy Holly Story Soundtrack, 1978
La Bamba Soundtrack, Various Artists (Los Lobos), 1987
Lonnie On The Move, Lonnie Mack, 1992
Greatest Hits, Buddy Holly, 1995
His Greatest Hits, Pat Boone, 1995
Skeeter Davis Sings Buddy Holly / Skeeter Sings Dolly, Skeeter Davis, 1999
20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Buddy Holly, 1999
Gold, Buddy Holly, 2005
The Definitive Collection, Buddy Holly, 2006
Chained to a Memory 1966-1972, The Everly Brothers, 2006
Authorized Bootleg: Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA, Feb 27, 1989, Neville Brothers, 2010
Originally recorded by Sonny West as All My Love.
West and Tilghman also wrote Rave On for Buddy Holly. Norman Petty was Holly's manager.
First released by Buddy Holly and The Crickets in October 1957 with Not Fade Away on the flip side of the single.
Oh Boy was one of the songs rehearsed by the Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan prior to the 1987 Dylan & The Dead tour but it was not performed live on the tour.