Title: In Dreams
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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.
In Dreams (LP, Album, Unofficial, Red). Roy Orbison - In Dreams 2:54. Roy Orbison-All I Have To Do Is Dream 2:24. Roy Orbison Blue Bayou 2:34.
Band Name Roy Orbison. Album Name In Dreams. Side A. 1. In Dreams.
Title Track off Roy Orbison’s 1963 album, In Dreams. Although wildly popular at the time, the song was largely forgotten until its use in David Lynch’s Blue Velvet. com/watch?v u5VU8GJcg24. In Dreams" Track Info. Written By Roy Orbison. Release Date January 1, 1963.
in dreams roy orbison album cover, in dreams: live roy orbison album 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 Dreams: The Greatest Hits 1987 – studio re-recordings of earlier hits.
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
When Orbison asked Lynch if he could use footage of the film in a video for the re-recorded "In Dreams," Lynch not only agreed, but offered to help with the song. With T Bone Burnett producing, Lynch directed Orbison in his performance as he would an actor in a film, and it worked, allowing Orbison to be faithful to the original recording by doing it with no overdubs. Shortly before he died, Roy Orbison recorded a follow-up to this song called "In The Real World" on his 1989 album Mystery Girl. More songs from Roy Orbison. More songs inspired by dreams
From his hardcore '50s Memphis rockabilly start to his symphonic 1960s pop masterpieces and his stunning 1980s comeback, Roy Orbison's uniformly extraordinary recordings still rank today as some of American music's finest. Gifted with a soaring voice that conjured vulnerability and loss with acute precision, the Texas-born itarist wasted no time- he had his own radio show at age ten and formed his first rock 'n' roll band, The Teen Kings, in 1955.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records America, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Virgin Records America, Inc.
- Executive Producer – Barbara Orbison
- Producer – David Lynch (tracks: A), Michael Utley (tracks: B), T-Bone Burnett (tracks: A)
- Producer, Written-By – Roy Orbison
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped Run-out): ROY 1 A-1U-1- 2 -X1 D
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped Run-out): ROY 1 B-1U-1- 2 -X1 DD
- Matrix / Runout (Both Sides Etched Run-out): TOWNHOUSE DMM
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|7-99434||Roy Orbison||In Dreams (7")||Virgin||7-99434||US||1987|
|VS1388||Roy Orbison||In Dreams (7", Single)||Virgin||VS1388||Canada||1987|
|PRCD2044||Roy Orbison||In Dreams (CD, Single, Promo)||Virgin||PRCD2044||US||1987|
|7-99434||Roy Orbison||In Dreams (7", Promo)||Virgin||7-99434||US||1987|