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In Dreams

Roy Orbison

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How does one recover enough to hear an album in its entirety when the first cut is "In Dreams"? Whoa! Roy Orbison's 1963 album of the same name, recorded for the Monument label, is devastating for a number of reasons, namely that his "Blue Bayou" and his readings of Johnny Mercer's "Dreams" and Stephen Foster's "Beautiful Dreamer" are here, as is his gorgeous reading of Cindy Walker's "Shahdaroba." Half of these cuts were recorded during the sessions for Sings Lonely and Blue, the other half in Nash Vegas in 1963 with Fred Foster producing both. The big difference on this set is the less intrusive presence of the Anita Kerr Singers. There are even more strings here, but they are relegated to a lesser place as well. Orbison's voice was never better than on this recording. The heights he reaches on the title cut, "Lonely Wine," the swaggering country and R&B of "Blue Avenue," and "My Prayer" are simply mind-blowing. The emotion and deep atmospherics of the tunes here reflect Foster's sophistication, but also Orbison's willingness to develop himself as a singer and as a persona. Orbison wrote or co-wrote four tracks this time out, but the song choices are impeccable. In addition to the original album being wonderfully remastered, the Legacy reissue contains four bonus cuts. These include a woolly read of "Mean Woman Blues," simpatico versions of Cindy Walker's "Distant Drum" and Willie Nelson's "Pretty Paper," and his own beautiful "Falling."
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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1
In Dreams
00:02:50

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Hank Garland, Guitar - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Bill Pursell, Piano - George Binkley III, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Howard Carpenter, Viola - Boots Randolph, Saxophone - Charlie McCoy, Harmonica - Raymond Edenton, Guitar - Joseph W. Tanner, Guitar - Brenton Banks, Violin - Lillian Hunt, Violin - Suzanne Parker, Violin - Vernal Richardson, Violin - Michael Semanitsky, Violin - Roby Story, Violin - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - Fred Foster, Producer

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

2
Lonely Wine
00:02:56

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Fred Foster, Producer - R. Wells, Composer, Lyricist - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Raymond Q. Edenton, Guitar - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Joseph W. Tanner, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Hank Garland, Guitar - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Bill Pursell, Piano - Brenton Bolden Banks, Violin - Lillian Vann Hunt, Violin - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Michael Semanitsky, Violin - Roby Ann Story, Violin - George Binkley III, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Suzanne Parker, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Vernal Richardson, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Howard Carpenter, Viola - Boots Randolph, Saxophone

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

3
Shahdaroba
00:02:41

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - C. Walker, Composer, Lyricist - Raymond Q. Edenton, Guitar - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Joseph W. Tanner, Guitar - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Hank Garland, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Brenton Bolden Banks, Violin - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Lillian Vann Hunt, Violin - Bill Pursell, Piano - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Michael Semanitsky, Violin - Roby Ann Story, Violin - Suzanne Parker, Violin - George Binkley III, Violin - Vernal Richardson, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Howard Carpenter, Viola - Boots Randolph, Saxophone - Fred Foster, Producer

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

4
No One Will Ever Know
00:02:30

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Fred Foster, Producer - Mel Foree, Composer, Lyricist - Fred Rose, Composer, Lyricist - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Raymond Q. Edenton, Guitar - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Joseph W. Tanner, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Hank Garland, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Brenton Bolden Banks, Violin - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Lillian Vann Hunt, Violin - Bill Pursell, Piano - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Michael Semanitsky, Violin - Roby Ann Story, Violin - Suzanne Parker, Violin - George Binkley III, Violin - Vernal Richardson, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Howard Carpenter, Viola - Boots Randolph, Saxophone

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

5
Sunset
00:02:30

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Fred Foster, Producer - Joe Melson, Composer, Lyricist - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Raymond Q. Edenton, Guitar - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Joseph W. Tanner, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Hank Garland, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Brenton Bolden Banks, Violin - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Lillian Vann Hunt, Violin - Bill Pursell, Piano - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Michael Semanitsky, Violin - Roby Ann Story, Violin - Suzanne Parker, Violin - George Binkley III, Violin - Vernal Richardson, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Howard Carpenter, Viola - Boots Randolph, Saxophone

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

6
House Without Windows
00:02:23

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - L. POCKRISS, Composer, Lyricist - Fred Foster, Producer - F. Tobias, Composer, Lyricist - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Raymond Q. Edenton, Guitar - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Joseph W. Tanner, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Hank Garland, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Brenton Bolden Banks, Violin - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Lillian Vann Hunt, Violin - Bill Pursell, Piano - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Michael Semanitsky, Violin - Roby Ann Story, Violin - Suzanne Parker, Violin - George Binkley III, Violin - Vernal Richardson, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Howard Carpenter, Viola - Boots Randolph, Saxophone

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

7
Dream
00:02:14

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - J. Mercer, Composer, Lyricist - Fred Foster, Producer - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Raymond Q. Edenton, Guitar - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Joseph W. Tanner, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Hank Garland, Guitar - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Bill Pursell, Piano - Brenton Bolden Banks, Violin - Lillian Vann Hunt, Violin - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Michael Semanitsky, Violin - Roby Ann Story, Violin - George Binkley III, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Suzanne Parker, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Vernal Richardson, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Howard Carpenter, Viola - Boots Randolph, Saxophone

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

8
Blue Bayou
00:02:31

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Fred Foster, Producer - Joe Melson, Composer, Lyricist - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Raymond Q. Edenton, Guitar - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Joseph W. Tanner, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Hank Garland, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Brenton Bolden Banks, Violin - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Lillian Vann Hunt, Violin - Bill Pursell, Piano - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Michael Semanitsky, Violin - Roby Ann Story, Violin - Suzanne Parker, Violin - George Binkley III, Violin - Vernal Richardson, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Howard Carpenter, Viola - Boots Randolph, Saxophone

Originally Released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

9
(They Call You) Gigolette
00:02:38

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Fred Foster, Producer - Joe Melson, Composer, Lyricist - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Raymond Q. Edenton, Guitar - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Joseph W. Tanner, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Hank Garland, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Brenton Bolden Banks, Violin - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Lillian Vann Hunt, Violin - Bill Pursell, Piano - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Michael Semanitsky, Violin - Roby Ann Story, Violin - Suzanne Parker, Violin - George Binkley III, Violin - Vernal Richardson, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Howard Carpenter, Viola - Boots Randolph, Saxophone

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

10
All I Have to Do Is Dream
00:02:26

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Fred Foster, Producer - Boudleaux Bryant, Composer, Lyricist - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Joseph W. Tanner, Arranger, Violin - Hank Garland, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Ray Edenton, Guitar - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Bill Pursell, Piano - George Binkley III, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Lillian Vann Hunt, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Michael Semanick, Violin - Brenton B. Banks, Violin - Roby Ann Story, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Boots Randolph, Saxophone - Charlie McCoy, Harmonica

Originally Released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

11
Beautiful Dreamer
00:02:21

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - S. Foster, Composer, Lyricist - Fred Foster, Producer - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Raymond Q. Edenton, Guitar - Joseph W. Tanner, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Hank Garland, Guitar - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Bill Pursell, Piano - Brenton Bolden Banks, Violin - Lillian Vann Hunt, Violin - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Michael Semanitsky, Violin - Roby Ann Story, Violin - George Binkley III, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Suzanne Parker, Violin - Vernal Richardson, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Howard Carpenter, Viola - Boots Randolph, Saxophone

Originally Released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

12
My Prayer
00:02:43

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - J. B. Kennedy, Composer, Lyricist - Fred Foster, Producer - Raymond Q. Edenton, Guitar - G. Boulanger, Composer, Lyricist - Joseph W. Tanner, Guitar - Harold Bradley, Guitar - Fred Carter Jr., Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Murray M. "Buddy" Harman, Jr., Drums - Hank Garland, Guitar - Scotty Moore, Guitar - Brenton Bolden Banks, Violin - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Lillian Vann Hunt, Violin - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Wilda Tinsley, Violin - Bill Pursell, Piano - Michael Semanitsky, Violin - Roby Ann Story, Violin - Suzanne Parker, Violin - Vernal Richardson, Violin - Dorothy Walker, Violin - George Binkley III, Violin - Cecil Brower, Violin - Solie Fott, Violin - Bob Moore, Bass - Howard Carpenter, Viola - Boots Randolph, Saxophone - Charlie McCoy, Harmonica

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

Descriptif de l'album

How does one recover enough to hear an album in its entirety when the first cut is "In Dreams"? Whoa! Roy Orbison's 1963 album of the same name, recorded for the Monument label, is devastating for a number of reasons, namely that his "Blue Bayou" and his readings of Johnny Mercer's "Dreams" and Stephen Foster's "Beautiful Dreamer" are here, as is his gorgeous reading of Cindy Walker's "Shahdaroba." Half of these cuts were recorded during the sessions for Sings Lonely and Blue, the other half in Nash Vegas in 1963 with Fred Foster producing both. The big difference on this set is the less intrusive presence of the Anita Kerr Singers. There are even more strings here, but they are relegated to a lesser place as well. Orbison's voice was never better than on this recording. The heights he reaches on the title cut, "Lonely Wine," the swaggering country and R&B of "Blue Avenue," and "My Prayer" are simply mind-blowing. The emotion and deep atmospherics of the tunes here reflect Foster's sophistication, but also Orbison's willingness to develop himself as a singer and as a persona. Orbison wrote or co-wrote four tracks this time out, but the song choices are impeccable. In addition to the original album being wonderfully remastered, the Legacy reissue contains four bonus cuts. These include a woolly read of "Mean Woman Blues," simpatico versions of Cindy Walker's "Distant Drum" and Willie Nelson's "Pretty Paper," and his own beautiful "Falling."
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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