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Roy Orbison

Although he shared the same rockabilly roots as Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, and Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison went on to pioneer an entirely different brand of country/pop-based rock & roll in the early '60s. What he lacked in charisma and photogenic looks, Orbison made up for in spades with his quavering operatic voice and melodramatic narratives of unrequited love and yearning. In the process, he established rock & roll archetypes of the underdog and the hopelessly romantic loser. These were not only amplified by peers such as Del Shannon and Gene Pitney, but also influenced future generations of roots rockers such as Bruce Springsteen and Chris Isaak, as well as modern country stars the Mavericks.

Orbison made his first widely distributed recordings for Sun Records in 1956. Roy was a capable rockabilly singer, and had a small national hit with his first Sun single, "Ooby Dooby." But even then, he was far more comfortable as a ballad singer than as a hepped-up rockabilly jive cat. Other Sun singles met with no success, and by the late '50s he was concentrating primarily on building a career as a songwriter, his biggest early success being "Claudette" (recorded by the Everly Brothers).

After a brief, unsuccessful stint with RCA, Orbison finally found his voice with Monument Records, scoring a number-two hit in 1960 with "Only the Lonely." This established the Roy Orbison persona for good: a brooding rockaballad of failed love with a sweet, haunting melody, enhanced by his Caruso-like vocal trills at the song's emotional climax. These and his subsequent Monument hits also boasted innovative, quasi-symphonic production, with Roy's voice and guitar backed by surging strings, ominous drum rolls, and heavenly choirs of backup vocalists.

Between 1960 and 1965, Orbison would have 15 Top 40 hits for Monument, including such nail-biting mini-dramas as "Running Scared," "Crying," "In Dreams," and "It's Over." Not just a singer of tear-jerking ballads, he was also capable of effecting a tough, bluesy swagger on "Dream Baby," "Candy Man," and "Mean Woman Blues." In fact, his biggest and best hit was also his hardest-rocking: "Oh, Pretty Woman" soared to number one in late 1964, at the peak of the British Invasion.

It seemed at that time that Roy was well-equipped to survive the British onslaught of the mid-'60s. He had even toured with the Beatles in Britain in 1963, and John Lennon has admitted to trying to emulate Orbison when writing the Beatles' first British chart-topper, "Please Please Me." But Orbison's fortunes declined rapidly after he left Monument for MGM in 1965. It would be easy to say that the major label couldn't replicate the unique production values of the classic Monument singles, but that's only part of the story. Roy, after all, was still writing most of his material, and his early MGM records were produced in a style that closely approximated the Monument era. The harder truth to face was that his songs were starting to sound like lesser variations of themselves, and that contemporary trends in rock and soul were making him sound outdated.

Orbison, like many early rock greats, could always depend on large overseas audiences to pay the bills. The two decades between the mid-'60s and mid-'80s were undeniably tough ones for him, though, both personally and professionally. A late-'60s stab at acting failed miserably. In 1966, his wife died in a motorcycle accident; a couple of years later, his house burned down, two of his sons perishing in the flames. Periodic comeback attempts with desultory albums in the 1970s came to naught.

Orbison's return to the public eye came about through unexpected circumstances. In the mid-'80s, David Lynch's Blue Velvet film prominently featured "In Dreams" on its soundtrack. That led to the singer making an entire album of re-recordings of hits, with T-Bone Burnett acting as producer. The record was no substitute for the originals, but it did help restore him to prominence within the industry. Shortly afterward, he joined George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and Jeff Lynne in the Traveling Wilburys. Their successful album set the stage for Orbison's best album in over 20 years, Mystery Girl, which emulated the sound of his classic '60s work without sounding hackneyed. By the time it reached the charts in early 1989, however, Orbison was dead, claimed by a heart attack in December 1988. ~ Richie Unterberger
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: In Dreams

1. In Dreams

2. Lonely Wine

3. Shahdaroba

4. No One Will Ever Know

5. Sunset

6. House Without Windows

7. Dream

8. Blue Bayou

9. (They Call You) Gigolette

10. All I Have to Do Is Dream

11. Beautiful Dreamer

12. My Prayer

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Track List: Domino

1. Domino

2. Only The Lonely

3. Go! Go! Go!

4. Dream Baby

5. Running Scared

6. Candy Man

7. It's Too Late

8. Ooby Dooby

9. Working For The Man

10. Devil Doll

11. Mean Little Mama

12. A True Love Goodbye

13. Oh, Pretty Woman

14. Crying

15. Leah

16. Blue Angel

17. I'm Hurtin'

18. Uptown

19. The Crowd

20. Rock House

21. I Give Up

22. Tryin' To Get To You

23. I Like Love

24. Fools Hall Of Fame

26. The Actress

28. Paper Boy

31. Sweet And Easy To Love

32. The Cause Of It All

33. You're My Baby

34. Problem Child

35. I Was A Fool

36. This Kind Of Love

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Track List: The Last Concert (25th Anniversary Edition)

Disc 1

1. Only The Lonely (Live)

2. Leah (Live)

3. Dream Baby (Live)

4. In Dreams (Live)

5. Mean Woman Blues (Live)

6. Blue Bayou (Live)

7. Candy Man (Live)

8. Crying (Live)

9. Ooby Dooby (Live)

10. Go! Go! Go! (Down The Line) (Live)

11. It's Over (Live)

12. Working For The Man (Live)

13. Lana (Live)

14. Oh, Pretty Woman (Live)

Disc 2
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Track List: I Can't Stop Loving You

1. Oh, Pretty Woman

2. Crying

3. Love Hurts

5. I Can't Stop Loving You

6. Shahdaroba

7. Distant Drums

8. Beautiful Dreamer

9. Only With You

10. Sleepy Hollow

11. The Actress

12. Yo Te Amo Maria

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Track List: Live From The Fiesta Club

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
Disc 4
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Track List: Orby Records Spotlights Roy Orbison

1. Ooby Dooby

2. Trying To Get To You

3. Go Go Go (Down The Line)

4. Sweet And Easy To Love

5. You're My Baby

6. Fools Hall Of Fame

7. It's Too Late

8. Domino

9. Chicken Hearted

10. I Never Knew

11. The Cause Of It All

12. You Tell Me

13. A True Love Goodbye

14. Claudette

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Track List: Hits! Hits! Hits!

1. Ooby Dooby

2. Only The Lonely

3. Working For The Man

4. Running Scared

5. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)

6. Crying

7. Claudette

8. In Dreams

9. Blue Bayou

10. It's Over

11. Oh, Pretty Woman

12. Go! Go! Go!

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Track List: Oh, Pretty Woman

1. Oh, Pretty Woman

2. Borne On The Wind

3. Leah

4. Evergreen

5. Indian Wedding

6. It's Over

7. Working For The Man

8. The Crowd

9. What'd I Say

10. Yo Te Amo Maria

11. (I Get So) Sentimental

12. Mama

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Track List: Live From Batley Variety Club

1. Only The Lonely (Live From Batley Variety Club)

2. Crying (Live From Batley Variety Club)

3. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream) (Live From Batley Variety Club)

4. Blue Bayou (Live From Batley Variety Club)

5. In Dreams (Live From Batley Variety Club)

6. Mean Woman Blues (Live From Batley Variety Club)

7. My Friend (Live From Batley Variety Club)

8. Break My Mind (Live From Batley Variety Club)

9. Running Scared (Live From Batley Variety Club)

10. Lana (Live From Batley Variety Club)

11. When I Stop Dreaming (Live From Batley Variety Club)

12. Land Of 1000 Dances (Live From Batley Variety Club)

13. It's Over (Live From Batley Variety Club)

14. Money (Live From Batley Variety Club)

15. Help Me Rhonda (Live From Batley Variety Club)

16. Loving Touch (Live From Batley Variety Club)

17. Go, Go, Go (Down The Line) (Live From Batley Variety Club)

18. Oh, Pretty Woman (Live From Batley Variety Club)

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Track List: The Complete Sun Sessions

1. Oooby Dooby

2. Go! Go! Go!

3. Trying To Get To You

4. You're My Baby

5. Rock House

6. Sweet And Easy To Love

7. Devil Doll

8. Fools Hall Of Fame

9. A True Love Goodbye

10. Chicken-Hearted

11. I Like Love

12. Mean Little Mama

13. Problem Child

15. You Tell Me

16. I Give Up

17. One More Time

19. The Clown

20. Claudette

21. I Was A Fool

22. The Cause Of It All

23. You're Gonna Cry

24. This Kind Of Love

25. It's Too Late

26. I Never Knew

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Track List: Live At Austin City Limits

2. Leah (Live)

4. In Dreams (Live)

5. Mean Woman Blues (Live)

8. Blue Bayou (Live)

9. Candy Man (Live)

10. Crying (Live)

12. Ooby Dooby (Live)

16. Go, Go, Go (Down The Line) (Live)

17. It's Over (Live)

18. Oh, Pretty Woman (Live)

19. Running Scared (Live)

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Track List: The Anthology

1. You Got It

2. Walk On

4. Crying

5. Oh, Pretty Woman

6. Running Scared

7. Ooby Dooby

8. Only The Lonely

9. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)

10. Pretty Paper

11. It's Over

12. Blue Bayou

13. In Dreams

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Track List: 16 Biggest Hits

1. Only The Lonely

2. Blue Angel

3. I'm Hurtin'

4. Running Scared

5. Crying

6. Candy Man

7. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)

8. The Crowd

9. Leah

10. Working For The Man

11. In Dreams

12. Falling

13. Mean Woman Blues

14. Blue Bayou

15. It's Over

16. Oh, Pretty Woman

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Track List: King Of Hearts

1. You're The One

2. Heartbreak Radio

3. We'll Take The Night

5. After The Love Has Gone

6. Love In Time

8. Wild Hearts Run Out Of Time

10. Careless Heart

11. Life Fades Away

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Track List: The Sun Years 1956-58

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Track List: Mystery Girl

1. You Got It

2. In The Real World

3. Dream You

4. A Love So Beautiful

5. California Blue

6. She's A Mystery To Me

7. The Comedians

8. The Only One

9. Windsurfer

10. Careless Heart

11. You May Feel Me Crying

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Track List: Black & White Night

1. Only The Lonely (Live)

2. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream) (Live)

3. Blue Bayou (Live)

4. The Comedians (Live)

5. Ooby Dooby (Live)

6. Leah (Live)

7. Running Scared (Live)

8. Uptown (Live)

9. In Dreams (Live)

10. Crying (Live)

11. Candy Man (Live)

12. Go, Go, Go (Down The Line) (Live)

13. Mean Woman Blues (Live)

14. (All I Can Do Is) Dream You (Live)

15. Claudette (Live)

16. It's Over (Live)

17. Oh, Pretty Woman (Live)

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Track List: The Legendary Roy Orbison, Volume 2

1. Today's Teardrops

2. I'm Hurtin'

3. I Can't Stop Loving You

4. Running Scared

5. Love Hurts

6. Crying

7. Candy Man

8. Dream Baby

9. The Actress

10. The Crowd

11. Mama

12. Working For The Man

13. Leah

14. In Dreams

15. Shahdaroba

16. Falling

17. Distant Drums

18. Blue Bayou

19. Mean Woman Blues

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Track List: The Legendary Roy Orbison

Disc 1

1. Tryin' To Get To You

2. Oooby Dooby

3. Go, Go, Go

4. Rock House

5. You're My Baby

6. Devil Doll

7. Claudette

9. Sweet And Innocent

10. Almost Eighteen

13. With The Bug

14. Paper Boy

15. Uptown

16. Pretty One

17. Only The Lonely

18. Here Comes That Song Again

19. Blue Angel

Disc 2

1. Today's Teardrops

2. I'm Hurtin'

3. I Can't Stop Loving You

4. Running Scared

5. Love Hurts

6. Crying

7. Candy Man

8. Dream Baby

9. The Actress

10. The Crowd

11. Mama

12. Working For The Man

13. Leah

14. In Dreams

15. Shahdaroba

16. Falling

17. Distant Drums

18. Blue Bayou

19. Mean Woman Blues

Disc 3

1. Pretty Paper

2. Beautiful Dreamer

3. It's Over

4. Indian Wedding

5. Oh, Pretty Woman

6. Yo Te, Amo Maria

7. Goodnight

8. Only With You

9. Say You're My Girl

10. Sleepy Hollow

11. Let The Good Times Roll

12. Lana

16. (I'm A) Southern Man

17. Born To Love Me

19. Under Suspicion

Disc 4

1. Ride Away

2. Crawling Back

3. Breakin' Up Is Breakin' My Heart

4. Cry Softly Lonely One

5. Borne On The Wind

8. (They Call You) Gigolette

9. Dance

14. The Fastest Guitar Alive

15. So Young

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Track List: The All-Time Greatest Hits Of Roy Orbison

1. Only The Lonely

2. Leah

3. In Dreams

4. Uptown

5. It's Over

6. Crying

7. Dream Baby

8. Blue Angel

9. Working For The Man

10. Candy Man

11. Running Scared

12. Falling

13. Love Hurts

14. Shahdaroba

15. I'm Hurtin'

16. Mean Woman Blues

17. Pretty Paper

18. The Crowd

19. Blue Bayou

20. Oh Pretty Woman

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Track List: One Of The Lonely Ones

1. You’ll Never Walk Alone

2. Say No More

3. Leaving Makes The Rain Come Down

4. Sweet Memories

5. Laurie

6. One Of The Lonely Ones

7. Child-Woman, Woman-Child

8. The Defector

9. Give Up

10. Little Girl (In The Big City)

11. After Tonight

12. I Will Always

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Track List: Memphis (Remastered)

1. Memphis, Tennessee (Remastered 2015)

2. Why A Woman Cries (Remastered 2015)

3. Run, Baby, Run (Back Into My Arms) (Remastered 2015)

4. Take Care Of Your Woman (Remastered 2015)

5. I’m The Man On Susie’s Mind (Remastered 2015)

6. I Can’t Stop Loving You (Remastered 2015)

7. Run The Engines Up High (Remastered 2015)

8. It Ain’t No Big Thing (But It’s Growing) (Remastered 2015)

9. I Fought The Law (Remastered 2015)

10. The Three Bells (Remastered 2015)

11. Danny Boy (Remastered 2015)

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Track List: Roy Orbison Sings (Remastered)

1. God Love You (Remastered 2015)

2. Beaujolais (Remastered 2015)

3. If Only For Awhile (Remastered 2015)

4. Rings Of Gold (Remastered 2015)

5. Help Me (Remastered 2015)

6. Plain Jane Country (Remastered 2015)

7. Harlem Woman (Remastered 2015)

8. Cheyenne (Remastered 2015)

9. Changes (Remastered 2015)

10. It Takes All Kinds of People (Remastered 2015)

11. Remember The Good (Remastered 2015)

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Track List: Hank Williams The Roy Orbison Way (Remastered)

1. Kaw Liga (Remastered 2015)

2. Hey, Good Lookin’ (Remastered 2015)

3. Jambalaya (On The Bayou) (Remastered 2015)

4. (Last Night) I Heard You Crying in Your Sleep (Remastered 2015)

5. You Win Again (Remastered 2015)

6. Your Cheatin’ Heart (Remastered 2015)

7. Cold, Cold, Heart (Remastered 2015)

8. A Mansion On The Hill (Remastered 2015)

9. I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still In Love With You) (Remastered 2015)

10. There’ll Be No Teardrops Tonight (Remastered 2015)

11. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry (Remastered 2015)

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Track List: The Original Sound

1. Rock House

2. This Kind Of Love

3. It's Too Late

4. Trying To Get To You

5. You're Gonna Cry

6. Sweet And Easy To Love

7. Ooby Dooby

8. You're My Baby

9. Mean Little Mama

10. I Never Knew

11. Devil Doll

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Track List: Roy Orbison’s Many Moods (Remastered)

1. Truly Truly True (Remastered 2015)

2. Unchained Melody (Remastered 2015)

3. I Recommend Her (Remastered 2015)

4. More

5. Heartache (Remastered 2015)

6. Amy (Remastered 2015)

7. Good Morning, Dear (Remastered 2015)

8. What Now My Love (Remastered 2015)

9. Walk On (Remastered 2015)

10. Yesterday’s Child (Remastered 2015)

11. Try To Remember (Remastered 2015)

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Track List: Crying

1. Crying

2. The Great Pretender

3. Love Hurts

4. She Wears My Ring

5. Wedding Day

6. Summer Song

7. Dance

8. Lana

9. Loneliness

10. Let's Make A Memory

11. Nite Life

12. Running Scared

13. Candy Man

14. Let The Good Times Roll

15. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)

16. The Actress

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Track List: Sings Lonely And Blue

1. Only The Lonely

2. Bye Bye Love

3. Cry

4. Blue Avenue

5. I Can't Stop Loving You

6. Come Back To Me (My Love)

7. Blue Angel

8. Raindrops

9. (I'd Be) A Legend In My Time

10. I'm Hurtin'

11. Twenty-Two Days

12. I'll Say It's My Fault

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Track List: At The Rock House

1. This Kind Of Love

2. Devil Doll

3. You're My Baby

4. Trying To Get To You

5. It's Too Late

6. Rock House

7. You're Gonna Cry

8. I Never Knew

9. Sweet And Easy To Love

10. Mean Little Mama

11. Ooby Dooby

12. Problem Child

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promarlin
Outstanding performance always.
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gtredlt4
My first singer - he sang and wrote fantastic songs and this is one of them. I will always believe this man was very special.
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Your baby doesn't love you anymore there's someone else it's over
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Soooo sad for the young today :( :( :(
Performers who were able to show what a broken heart was feelin', in song, do not exist. Nor will the Great ROY ORBISON.
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I love his duet with K T Lang of Crying
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Roy was an awesome presence of dignity and a true love for music.
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GOOD SONG
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goddusmc2
Bulldog0454 gfeat man great music
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Thanks
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My kind of music!!!
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Magnificent
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We miss your songs,your music will be played for years and years.
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This song,,,Prett y Woman is for my mother,she just loved his music,this song is for you mom! I love you Ms.Annimarie Gallegos!! I love you, and miss you so.
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Incredible voice
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How long must I dream
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The Wilburys would not have been successful without the Big O
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he was great
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cam012508
This is a great song.
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Pretty woman my favorite
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Elvis was asked one time Who is the greatest singer in the world , His answer was ROY ORBISON. He would KNOW !!!!!!!
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tddaily5
Great. Greatest
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This is not the original recording, it is NOT the recording that I gave a thumbs up to some time ago. WHY IS PANDORA replacing so many original recordings with remakes??? I miss the originals.
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Man he was the best in his field he brought back my teen year 'a l 'll miss he but I am a better man for noing him may he Rest In Peace!
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It's simple. I loved him.
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in Heaven they have one hellluva band !!
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simply the innovator of of blurs.rock
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One of my favorite of all time.. listen to his music all my life.Nobody like the big O
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bkbryant46
A voice that has transcend time.
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Love this song and pandora for giving us this station ������������
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In the early 1960s he was to be the featured act in a show that included The Beatles. The show was in the UK and Roy Orbison opted to go on ahead of the Beatles. The result was that he was called back by the fans to the tune of 14 encores.
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Elvis Presley said Roy Orbison was the best singer he had ever heard. Patron Saint of the broken heart. This comes from a documentary on AXS tv on Roy Orbison.
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Worried mind...I go to sleep...I try to sleep with that kind of mind every night.
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Such an awesome kick a** Jam by the late great Roy Orbison. Pretty Woman in such an awesome Jam. I just love the way he sings This Jam. Rest in peace Roy Orbison. I dedicate this song to my friend Shannon, this is true of you! Pretty Woman! Rock on!
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That is a Righteous write up. So full of background info.
Thanks for the effort. Kudos to the writer.
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Met Roy in Nashville in '74..he was a good old country boy..likeabl e .
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To robert
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I like leah, candy man. heck all his music is great
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Like this version better than the original
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All fifty rock
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love this song
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Girl of mine by my side
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Roy since I was a kid I love his music
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Inspired by some greats.
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I see love
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BRIAN IF I AM MEAN AND ITS YOU ME TOGETHER WATCH OUT I GUESS HUH !! This could be our song !!!
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On A Black And White Night, one of the highlights for me - besides Roy himself - is James Burton on guitar. One of the Best!!
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A Black and White Night, one of the highlights of the show -besides Roy himself, is James Burton on guitar. One of the Best!
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royorbison is my email address. Does this tell you how I feel about Roy. My wife and I saw him live 11 times in different states. Have 96 different albums including AT THE ROCK HOUSE original first album. Have never gotten over his sudden death. We lost an extraordinar y talent. Others may be better looking and dance better but nobody could match his voice as Bruce Springsteen said on the day he was inducted into the Hall of Fame. P.S. for sdh12b That record is on The King Of Hearts Album 1992
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Maybe in his all time hits
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