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Lana - Roy Orbison - The Legendary Roy Orbison - Twenty Of His Greatest Hits (Cassette)


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  1. Tracing Roy Orbison's career from its beginnings at Sun through his big hits at Monument to his largely forgotten late-'60s recordings for MGM, the four-disc set is an exhaustive, definitive history of Orbison's peak years. Yes, his late-'80s comeback is missing (this was released a year before Mystery Girl, after all), but this is still as exhaustive as most serious listeners will likely need.
  2. Roy Kelton Orbison (April 23, – December 6, ), nicknamed "The Big O", was an influential American singer-songwriter and a pioneer of rock and roll, whose recording career spanned more than four incanipebookfolk.pacrothocounttanwolfdastnetanryazarpay.infoinfo the mids Orbison was internationally recognized for his ballads of lost love, rhythmically advanced melodies, three-octave vocal range, characteristic dark sunglasses, and.
  3. Roy Orbison’s sequence of nine Top Ten hits for Monument Records—from “Only the Lonely” in to “Oh, Pretty Woman” in —placed him among the best-selling artists of his incanipebookfolk.pacrothocounttanwolfdastnetanryazarpay.infoinfo his qualities had eluded three of the most accomplished producers of the period: Norman Petty in Clovis, New Mexico; Sam Phillips in Memphis, Tennessee; and Chet Atkins in Nashville.
  4. Roy Orbison. Born on in Vernon, Texas. Died on th in Tennesse. Roy Orbison. The man with the unmistakable voice began as a rockabilly singer, then went as a staff composer (at Acuff - Rose) to Nashville.
  5. Oh, beautiful Lana I told it my mama And my dad What I had Was the sweetest And the neatest Little girl In the world Oh La-La-La-La Lana La-La-La-La Lana Hey Hey Lana He- He- hey O- Oh Lana Don't.
  6. This song was originally recorded by The Velvets, a group Orbison discovered. In , Orbison's version was released in the UK to cash in on his new material, as in he had signed with MGM in the US, but his material continued to be distributed by Decca Records in the UK well into the mid-'70s.
  7. 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.
  8. And from the early to middle Sixties, when he recorded twenty-two Top Forty hits, to his death of a heart attack on December 6th, , he always sounded just like the Roy Orbison of our memories.

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