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Roy Orbison|A Love So Beautiful: Roy Orbison & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)

A Love So Beautiful: Roy Orbison & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)

Roy Orbison

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Roy Orbison's old Sun labelmate Elvis Presley wound up scoring an international hit in 2015 with If I Can Dream, an album where the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra played over old Elvis recordings. With an audience established, other artist estates stepped into the breech, including Orbison's, who endorsed pairing old Roy recordings with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Given that Orbison's hits often verged on the symphonic, this pairing might seem to make more sense than Presley, but A Love So Beautiful contains a considerable amount of rockers -- "Oh, Pretty Woman," "Dream Baby," "Uptown," "Mean Woman Blues" -- that do not lend themselves well to ornate arrangements; they sound pretty silly with the strings sawing. Odder still, Orbison's lush classics -- "In Dreams," "Crying," "It's Over," "Running Scared" -- do not benefit from the orchestral reinterpretations; they sound sticky and heavy. What was once elegant has curdled into something syrupy, and while the technological achievement is admirable -- the seams can't be heard between the old and new recordings -- the resulting record does a disservice to the imagination of the original Orbison recordings and his gorgeous voice.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
In Dreams (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:03:47

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Sally Herbert, Orchestrator - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Robin Smith, Conductor - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Robbie McIntosh, Guitar - Paul Franklin, Steel Guitar - Don Reedman, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer - Andrew Playfoot - Miriam Grey - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Carol Parks - Jim Haas - Gene Morford - Jon Joyce - Joe Chemay - Linda Dillard - Rita Coolidge - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Fred Foster, Producer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

2
Crying (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Cecile Tournesac
00:03:00

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Joe Melson, Composer, Lyricist - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - Robin Smith, Conductor, Orchestrator - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Robbie McIntosh, Guitar - Andrew Playfoot - Miriam Grey - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Carol Parks - Jim Haas - Gene Morford - Jon Joyce - Joe Chemay - Linda Dillard - Rita Coolidge - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Fred Foster, Producer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

3
I'm Hurtin' (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Cecile Tournesac
00:02:47

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Joe Melson, Composer, Lyricist - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - Robin Smith, Conductor - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Sally Herbert, Orchestrator - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Don Reedman, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer - Ian Burdge, Violin - Andrew Playfoot - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Carol Parks - Jim Haas - Gene Morford - Jon Joyce - Joe Chemay - Linda Dillard - Rita Coolidge - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Fred Foster, Producer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

4
Oh, Pretty Woman (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:03:08

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Main Artist - Bill Dees, Composer, Lyricist - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Robin Smith, Conductor, Orchestrator - Buddy Harman, Drums - Paul Garrison, Drums - Alex Orbison, Drums - Bob Moore, Bass - Steve Pearce, Bass - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Pete Murray, Piano - Billy Sanford, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - Wayne Moss, Guitar - Wesley Orbison, Guitar - Roy Orbison Jr., Guitar - John Parricelli, Guitar - Roy Orbison Jr. 3rd, Guitar, Tambourine - Paul Franklin, Steel Guitar - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Fred Foster, Producer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

5
It's Over (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:03:19

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Bill Dees, Composer, Lyricist - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - Robin Smith, Conductor - Chris Walden, Orchestrator - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Robbie McIntosh, Guitar - Andrew Playfoot - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Carol Parks - Jim Haas - Gene Morford - Jon Joyce - Joe Chemay - Linda Dillard - Rita Coolidge - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Fred Foster, Producer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

6
Dream Baby (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:02:54

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - C. Walker, Composer, Lyricist - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Arranger, Conductor - Robin Smith, Conductor - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Alex Orbison, Drums - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Robbie McIntosh, Guitar - Andrew Playfoot - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Carol Parks - Jim Haas - Gene Morford - Jon Joyce - Joe Chemay - Linda Dillard - Rita Coolidge - Simon Gardner, Trumpet - Paul Spong, Trumpet - Ryan Quigley, Trumpet - Andy Wood, Trombone - Trevor Mires, Trombone - Nigel Barr, Trombone - Howard Mcgill, Alto Saxophone - Martin Williams, Tenor Saxophone - David Bishop, Baritone Saxophone - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

7
Blue Angel (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Cecile Tournesac
00:02:58

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Joe Melson, Composer, Lyricist - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - Robin Smith, Conductor, Orchestrator - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Robbie McIntosh, Guitar - Carol Parks - Jim Haas - Gene Morford - Jon Joyce - Joe Chemay - Linda Dillard - Rita Coolidge - Andrew Playfoot - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

8
Love Hurts (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:02:40

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Boudleaux Bryant, Composer, Lyricist - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Chris Walden, Orchestrator - Steve Pearce, Bass - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Pete Murray, Piano - Robin Smith, Conductor - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - John Parricelli, Guitar - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Robbie McIntosh, Guitar - Andrew Playfoot - Miriam Grey - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

9
Uptown (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:02:17

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Joe Melson, Composer, Lyricist - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Arranger, Conductor - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - Robin Smith, Conductor - Alex Orbison, Drums - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Carol Parks - Jim Haas - Gene Morford - Jon Joyce - Joe Chemay - Linda Dillard - Rita Coolidge - Andrew Playfoot - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Simon Gardner, Trumpet - Paul Spong, Trumpet - Ryan Quigley, Trumpet - Andy Wood, Trombone - Trevor Mires, Trombone - Nigel Barr, Trombone - Howard Mcgill, Alto Saxophone - Martin Williams, Tenor Saxophone - David Bishop, Baritone Saxophone - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

10
Mean Woman Blues (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:02:26

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Guitar, Main Artist - Claude Demetrius, Composer, Lyricist - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Arranger, Conductor - Robin Smith, Conductor - Buddy Harman, Drums - Paul Garrison, Drums - Alex Orbison, Drums - Bob Moore, Bass - Steve Pearce, Bass - Floyd Cramer, Piano - Pete Murray, Piano - Billy Sanford, Guitar - Jerry Kennedy, Guitar - John Parricelli, Guitar - Carol Parks - Jim Haas - Gene Morford - Jon Joyce - Joe Chemay - Linda Dillard - Rita Coolidge - Andrew Playfoot - Miriam Grey - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Simon Gardner, Trumpet - Paul Spong, Trumpet - Ryan Quigley, Trumpet - Andy Wood, Trombone - Trevor Mires, Trombone - Nigel Barr, Trombone - Howard Mcgill, Alto Saxophone - Martin Williams, Tenor Saxophone - David Bishop, Baritone Saxophone - Nick Patrick, Producer - Don Reedman, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

11
Only the Lonely (Know the Way I Feel) (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:02:32

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Joe Melson, Composer, Lyricist - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - Robin Smith, Conductor - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Sally Herbert, Orchestrator - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Robbie McIntosh, Guitar - Carol Parks - Jim Haas - Gene Morford - Jon Joyce - Joe Chemay - Linda Dillard - Rita Coolidge - Andrew Playfoot - Miriam Grey - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

12
Running Scared (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Cecile Tournesac
00:02:48

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Joe Melson, Composer, Lyricist - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - Robin Smith, Conductor - Andrew Playfoot - Sally Herbert, Orchestrator - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

13
I Drove All Night (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:04:15

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Billy Steinberg, Composer, Lyricist - Tom Kelly, Composer, Lyricist - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - Robin Smith, Conductor, Orchestrator - Jeff Lynne, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocal Arranger - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Robbie McIntosh, Guitar - Andrew Playfoot - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

14
You Got It (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:03:36

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Jeff Lynne, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Vocal Arranger - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Tom Petty, Composer, Lyricist - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Robin Smith, Conductor - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - Sally Herbert, Orchestrator - John Parricelli, Guitar - Robbie McIntosh, Guitar - Don Reedman, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer - Andrew Playfoot - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

15
A Love So Beautiful (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:04:12

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Jeff Lynne, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Vocal Arranger - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - Robin Smith, Conductor - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Sally Herbert, Orchestrator - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Robbie McIntosh, Guitar - Paul Franklin, Steel Guitar - Andrew Playfoot - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

16
Pretty Paper (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
00:03:23

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Willie Nelson, Composer, Lyricist - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Sally Herbert, Orchestrator - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Robin Smith, Conductor - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Steve Pearce, Bass - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Andrew Playfoot - Miriam Grey - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Nick Patrick, Producer - Don Reedman, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

17
I Drove All Night (with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Andrew Playfoot
00:04:03

Roy Orbison, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Ward Thomas, Associated Performer - Roy Orbison with Ward Thomas, Associated Performer - Billy Steinberg, Composer, Lyricist - Tom Kelly, Composer, Lyricist - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Richard Cottle, Vocal Arranger - Steve Sidwell, Conductor - Jeff Lynne, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocal Arranger - Robin Smith, Conductor, Orchestrator - Ralph Salmins, Drums - Catherine Ward Thomas, Vocal Arranger - Steve Pearce, Bass - Lizzy Ward Thomas, Vocal Arranger - Pete Murray, Piano - John Parricelli, Guitar - Robbie McIntosh, Guitar - Andrew Playfoot - Annie Skates - Lance Ellington - Phoebe Street - Nick Patrick, Keyboards, Producer - Don Reedman, Keyboards, Producer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - Kirsty Whalley, Editor, Recording Engineer - Cecile Tournesac, Editor - Peter Schwier, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Jason Glover, Engineer - Jochem Van Der Saag, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2017 Legacy Recordings and Roy's Boys LLC

Album Description

Roy Orbison's old Sun labelmate Elvis Presley wound up scoring an international hit in 2015 with If I Can Dream, an album where the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra played over old Elvis recordings. With an audience established, other artist estates stepped into the breech, including Orbison's, who endorsed pairing old Roy recordings with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Given that Orbison's hits often verged on the symphonic, this pairing might seem to make more sense than Presley, but A Love So Beautiful contains a considerable amount of rockers -- "Oh, Pretty Woman," "Dream Baby," "Uptown," "Mean Woman Blues" -- that do not lend themselves well to ornate arrangements; they sound pretty silly with the strings sawing. Odder still, Orbison's lush classics -- "In Dreams," "Crying," "It's Over," "Running Scared" -- do not benefit from the orchestral reinterpretations; they sound sticky and heavy. What was once elegant has curdled into something syrupy, and while the technological achievement is admirable -- the seams can't be heard between the old and new recordings -- the resulting record does a disservice to the imagination of the original Orbison recordings and his gorgeous voice.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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