Unfortunately, "Rave On Buddy Holly" is more the latter. Buddy Holly had a career that was way too short, due to his death in a plane crash on the Day The Music Died. However, his music was still highly influential. He was one of the main influences for early rock music, and his sings have been recorded by literally hundreds of performers.
IV - Daudadagr - Nordanland (Cassette), Enemy Wartez - Acoustic Recordings 12-14 (File, MP3, Album), Rude Box On The Mone - Crazy Skankers - Smoky Mountains (Cassette), Atto Primo ( 1a Parte ) - Richard Wagner - Die Walkure (Box Set, Album, LP), Aint Nothing Like The Real Thing - Marvin Gaye And Tammi Terrell* - Aint Nothing Like The Real Thing, Love Light Gospel, Norwegian Wood - The J.J. Band - The J.J. Band (Vinyl, LP, Album), Electric Funeral - Black Sabbath - In Europe (DVD), When The War Is Over - Cold Chisel - Circus Animals (CD, Album), Your Love - Various - Deejay Parade Volume 3 (Cassette), Thr Underdog - The Drones - Further Temptations (Vinyl, LP, Album), Morgen - Frida Gold - Juwel (CD, Album), Only Sixteen - Various - Dancing, Strolling Rock N Rolling (CD), Wygramy - Jaga Mistrzem Jest, Snake In Your Boot - The Montesas - Hipsville Teen Party (Vinyl, LP, Album)