“Orbisongs” by Roy Orbison - album review

features in: (B-list) Album Chart of 1965(B-list) Album Chart of the 1960s

TJR says

By now, Roy has signed for MGM Records and has released his new long player, “There Is Only One Roy Orbison”. This hodge-podge effort of an album was a last throw of the dice from Monument Records. What should have been the new housing album for “Oh, Pretty Woman”, ended up as some sort of bastardized semi-new / semi-compilation effort, dredging up some oldies from the early 60s and presenting one or two of them in alternative takes or edits. A most shabby business.

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A1 [02:59] 7.7.png Roy Orbison and The Candy Men - Oh, Pretty Woman (Roy Orbison, Bill Dees) Pop
A2 [02:46] 6.4.png Roy Orbison - Dance [album version '65] (Roy Orbison, Joe Melson) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A3 [02:49] 7.4.png Roy Orbison - (Say) You’re My Girl (Roy Orbison, Bill Dees) Pop
A4 [02:31] 6.6.png Roy Orbison - Goodnight (Roy Orbison, Bill Dees) Pop
A5 [02:13] 6.2.png Roy Orbison - Nite Life [album version '65] (Roy Orbison, Joe Melson) Pop
A6 [02:37] 5.7.png Roy Orbison - Let The Good Times Roll (Leonard Lee) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B1 [02:41] 5.9.png Roy Orbison - (I Get So) Sentimental (Roy Orbison, Joe Melson) Pop
B2 [03:18] 5.3.png Roy Orbison and The Candy Men - Yo Te Amo Maria (Roy Orbison, Bill Dees) Latin
B3 [02:08] 8.0.png Roy Orbison - Wedding Day (Roy Orbison, Joe Melson) Pop Ballad
B4 [02:38] 5.1.png Roy Orbison - Sleepy Hollow (Bill Dees) Pop Ballad
B5 [03:08] 6.8.png Roy Orbison - Twenty-Two Days (Gene Pitney) Pop
B6 [03:08] 10.0.png Roy Orbison - (I’d Be) A Legend In My Time (Don Gibson) Rock n Roll Ballad

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