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Contemporary Pop/Rock,Rock & Roll
  • Performer:
    Roy Orbison
  • Title:
    In Dreams: The Greatest Hits
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Contemporary Pop/Rock,Rock & Roll
  • Date of release:
    1987
  • Duration:
    50:15
  • Size FLAC version
    1145 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1526 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1600 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    213
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In Dreams is the fourth LP record by Roy Orbison with Monument Records recorded at the RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee and released in 1963. It is named after the hit 45rpm single "In Dreams. In 2004 Rolling Stone named the title song number 319 on their 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

Written-By – Roy Orbison (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4, C1 to D1, D4, D5). 메모. All tracks were rerecorded in 1985, except track A3, which was recorded in April 1987.

Tracklist: 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. I’m Hurtin’, 14. Claudette, 15. Oh Pretty Woman, 16. Mean Woman Blues, 17. Ooby Dooby, 18. Lana, 19. Blue Bayou. More albums from Roy Orbison: The Classic Roy Orbison by Roy Orbison. My Spell On You by Roy Orbison. Big O by Roy Orbison. Mystery Girl by Roy Orbison. Crying by Roy Orbison.

Roy Orbison: все альбомы, включая Legends - Roy Orbison, Running Scared, Love Hurts, Too Soon To Know :Roy Orbison's Greatest Love Songs и другие. In Dreams (From the Westworld 'Dreams' Trailer). The Greatest Hits Of Roy Orbison. Little Richard, Ray Charles, Roy Orbison: Leyendas del Pop. Ray Charles, Little Richard, Roy Orbison, Little RichardRay CharlesRoy Orbison. We Dig Anita: The Oohs and Aahs of the Nashville Sound.

This was the first Roy Orbison album that I had ever bought, except there is a big differance from what is pictured here; mine has a blue cover with a surrealistic, dream-like scene at a Drive-In with a pink caddilac. It has an Intro by Bruce Springsteen in the liner notes. It was put out in 1987 by Virgin Records. If you are a fan of Roy Orbison and you, like me, have purchased numerous "Greatest Hits" collections, then you know that Roy never disappoints. The voice, the arrangements, the great sidemen, and the unique approach to constructing a song are all there.

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More of Roy Orbison's Greatest Hits. More of Roy Orbison's Greatest Hits is a Roy Orbison album from Monument Records recorded at the RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee and released in 1964. The songs "It's Over" and "Indian Wedding" were recorded at the Fred Foster Studios also in Nashville.

Rock'n'Roll Roy Orbison. Lista de los grupos Rock'n'Roll Roy Orbison The All-Time Greatest Hits Of Roy Orbison. añadir las palabras del álbum. Band Name Roy Orbison. Album Name The All-Time Greatest Hits Of Roy Orbison. Data de aparición 1974. Labels CBS Records Monument. Estilo MusicalRock'n'Roll. Miembros poseen este álbum1. Double LP. Side A. 1. Only The Lonely (Knows The Way I Feel).

Credits

Dennis Belfield - Bass, Bass Instrument, Main Personnel
Richard Bosworth - Engineer, Mixing
Bill Brunt - Art Direction, Design, Layout Design
T-Bone Burnett - Audio Production, Producer
Joe Chernay - Vocals (Background)
Rita Coolidge - Guest Artist, Vocals (Background)
Tanja Crouch - Art Direction
Bill Dees - Composer
Claude de Metruis - Composer
Linda Dillard - Vocals (Background)
Glen Erler - Photography
Jim Haas - Vocals (Background)
Robert Irving - Main Personnel, Programming
Robert Irving III - Programming, Synthesizer
Jon Joyce - Vocals (Background)
Julie Last - Assistant Engineer
Paul Leim - Drums, Main Personnel
David Lynch - Audio Production
Joe Melson - Composer
Wade Moore - Composer
Gene Morford - Vocals (Background)
Blake Morgan - Layout Design
Tommy Morgan - Harmonica, Main Personnel
Fred Neil - Composer
Barbara Orbison - Executive Producer
Roy Orbison - Audio Production, Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Sid Page - Main Personnel, Strings
Carole Parks - Vocal Director, Vocals (Background)
Dean Parks - Guest Artist, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Main Personnel
Dick Penner - Composer
Beverly "Ruby" Ross - Composer
James Schnepf - Photography
Duane Seykora - Assistant Engineer
Michael Utley - Arranger, Audio Production, Guest Artist, Keyboards, Main Personnel, Producer
Cindy Walker - Composer
David Woodford - Main Personnel, Saxophone

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Only the Lonely Joe Melson / Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:29
2 Leah Joe Melson / Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:44
3 In Dreams Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:51
4 Untown Joe Melson / Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:12
5 It's Over Bill Dees / Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:52
6 Crying Joe Melson / Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:47
7 Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream) Cindy Walker Roy Orbison 2:49
8 Blue Angel Joe Melson / Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:47
9 Working for the Man Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:46
10 Candy Man Fred Neil / Beverly "Ruby" Ross Roy Orbison 2:59
11 Running Scared Joe Melson / Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:13
12 Falling Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:24
13 I'm Hurtin' Joe Melson / Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:49
14 Claudette Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:33
15 Oh, Pretty Woman Bill Dees / Joe Melson / Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 3:04
16 Mean Woman Blues Claude de Metruis Roy Orbison 2:25
17 Ooby Dooby Wade Moore / Roy Orbison / Dick Penner Roy Orbison 2:22
18 Lana Joe Melson / Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:51
19 Blue Bayou Joe Melson / Roy Orbison Roy Orbison 2:50

Steamy Ibis
I signed up for an account here just to write this. My urge to respond to the AllMusic review written by John Bush (found under the overview tab) was too strong to ignore. Well done, you got me :)See, I've got a record collection the size of a house, but I don't think I've ever reviewed any of them, anywhere, ever. It's not my pleasure or interest in doing so. Listen and let listen, so to speak. Yet album reviews do serve a purpose, and for an album like this, I think that purpose is pretty specific. Anyone reading this is likely already familiar with most (if not all) of the songs here. You likely already love them, and as a fan of Roy Orbison, you're wondering, "Is this little-known collection of re-recordings from the 80's worth my time?" It's a tough sell when you phrase it like that, but that's exactly what it is, and such a status helps shackle this gem from getting the respect and admiration it deserves. Indeed, in my opinion that answer is an emphatic YES. A resounding and unwavering ABSOLUTELY.John Bush wrote for AllMusic: "... the fact that none of these are original versions makes this one a tough one to recommend. Orbison's voice was grand to the end, and the arrangements are faithful, but none of these match the power of the originals."I couldn't disagree more, but it's really only "why" that matters to me. My issue with the author is a lack of appreciation for the relationship between "original [version]" and "power [of the originals]" in the perception of these recording. Ask yourself where the "power" of the originals comes from and ask yourself where it's lacking here. Is it not your conditioned response to nuanced differences between the recordings that turns you off? They are trivially different, which these actually suffer for: they aren't novel and seem to suit no purpose for the listener, they don't offer an immediate appeal, they don't give you a built-in reason to bother warming up to them. But they're great. They're really great. It would be an understatement to say Roy's voice at this point was "holding up", as it was more powerful than ever, displaying more control and clarity. I think the nuanced differences in the songs are universally improvements. They reflect the craft and polish of Roy as a veteran, having performed these songs countless times. They do not, in my opinion, lack any passion for it, and he is as emotive as ever; the maturity evident in his voice adds an even darker shade of beauty to the performances and the lyrics.My contention is that familiarity with the original recordings has blinded the author (and many others) to the incredible quality of the recordings on this album. I would urge all fans of Roy Orbison to give these recordings a real chance and decide for yourselves. They are special.
Sti
Thank you to Rollin and his review. I couldn't disagree more with John Bush and agree with Rollin more enthusiastically.This is truly a special treat. Roy's voice is better than ever in these recordings.
Walianirv
Just signed up to thank Rollin Hardwick for convincing me to check out something pretty incredible.