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In 1988, Columbia Records released a four-disc Roy Orbison retrospective called The Legendary Roy Orbison. It contained 74 tracks. It was a great package except for one thing: it sounded terrible, as the mastering techniques in the first days of the CD were not what they are now. The Soul of Rock and Roll, issued by Sony Legacy in 2008, is an enormous improvement in the sonic arena, just for starters. This four-disc collection contains 107 tracks (33 more than the previous box) with selections from all the labels Orbison recorded for. There are 12 previously unreleased performances, including the last tune Orbison ever committed to tape (strangely, a live version of "It's ...
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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
In 1988, Columbia Records released a four-disc Roy Orbison retrospective called The Legendary Roy Orbison. It contained 74 tracks. It was a great package except for one thing: it sounded terrible, as the mastering techniques in the first days of the CD were not what they are now. The Soul of Rock and Roll, issued by Sony Legacy in 2008, is an enormous improvement in the sonic arena, just for starters. This four-disc collection contains 107 tracks (33 more than the previous box) with selections from all the labels Orbison recorded for. There are 12 previously unreleased performances, including the last tune Orbison ever committed to tape (strangely, a live version of "It's Over," recorded a scant two days before his death in Akron, OH). It contains a very solid book with essays by his widow Barbara, producer Fred Foster, and Roy Jr., and numerous testimonials from fans and friends including Tom Waits, Glenn Danzig Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Springsteen, Joe Melson, Barry and Robin Gibb, and John Mellencamp, among others. Because of his unique place in rock history, Orbison has long been worthy of this type of definitive career retrospective, one taking into account the creative and popular renaissance he enjoyed at the end of his life as a solo artist and as a member of the Traveling Wilburys. Orbison never quit working, even during the obscure 1970s when he briefly went back to Monument; cut an album for Elektra; and recorded the spotty Class of '55 with Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis for Mercury. A great collection of the earliest years with the Teen Kings is here, as are the important Sun and Monument singles, carefully chosen album tracks, selections from the films Zabriskie Point and The Fastest Guitar Alive, and even "That Lovin' You Feelin' Again," a duet with Emmylou Harris from the film Roadie. There are some stellar live performances from Barbara Orbison's enormous archive, including an unreleased monster rave-up of Chris Kenner's "Land of 1000 Dances." Disc four contains material from the posthumously released discs Mystery Girl and the better tracks from King of Hearts. The Wilburys are represented by "Not Alone Anymore" and the hit "You Got It," written by Orbison, Jeff Lynne, and Tom Petty. Soundtracks also figure: "In Dreams" from the Blue Velvet soundtrack; the hauntingly strange "You May Feel Me Crying" from Wim Wenders' film The End of Violence, which was overdubbed by Brian Eno in 1997; the Will Jennings and David Briggs-produced single "Wild Hearts (Run Out of Time)" from the soundtrack of the film Insignificance; and the Rick Rubin-produced "Life Fades Away" from the Less Than Zero soundtrack. "Crying," Orbison's now legendary duet with k.d. lang from Black & White Night, is also included. The most memorable thing here, however, is the unreleased demo of "Precious," recorded in either 1968 or 1969. It's just The Voice with his guitar. It's chilling. The only track really missing is "Southbound Jericho Parkway," from 1969, Orbison's singular moment of psychobilly and his seven-minute, darker-than-midnight answer to "MacArthur Park." This box is the first true compendium of popular and obscure Orbison resources. Bear Family's expensive seven-disc Orbison is an exhaustive collection documenting 1955-1965, but that's only part of the story. The major bits of the early years are here, and are lent weight and depth by the '70s and '80s recordings, making this one the compilation to beat.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/30/2008
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • UPC: 886970553728
  • Catalog Number: 705537

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Ooby Dooby (2:03)
  2. 2 Hey! Miss Fannie - Wink Westerners (2:36)
  3. 3 A True Love Goodbye (2:22)
  4. 4 An Empty Cup and a Broken Date (2:21)
  5. 5 Tryin' to Get to You (2:46)
  6. 6 Tutti Frutti (2:34)
  7. 7 Advertisement: Overton Park Shell Concert (1:01)
  8. 8 Ooby Dooby (2:12)
  9. 9 Cat Called Domino (2:08)
  10. 10 Go! Go! Go! (2:09)
  11. 11 Rockhouse (2:05)
  12. 12 1956 Guitar Pull Medley: I Want You, I Need You, I Love You/I Was the O (9:30)
  13. 13 You're My Baby (2:06)
  14. 14 Mean Little Mama (1:57)
  15. 15 Problem Child (2:21)
  16. 16 One More Time (1:17)
  17. 17 You're Gonna Cry (2:06)
  18. 18 It's Too Late (1:59)
  19. 19 Sweet and Easy to Love (2:12)
  20. 20 This Kind of Love (2:09)
  21. 21 Claudette (2:12)
  22. 22 You Tell Me (1:33)
  23. 23 Night Owl (1:27)
  24. 24 Bad Cat (2:38)
  25. 25 I Give Up (2:14)
  26. 26 Love Struck (1:21)
  27. 27 Baby Don't Stop (2:08)
  28. 28 Defeated (1:40)
  29. 29 Love Storm (2:40)
  30. 30 Almost Eighteen (2:05)
  31. 31 With the Bug (2:25)
  32. 32 Pretty One (2:17)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Uptown (2:08)
  2. 2 Only the Lonely (2:26)
  3. 3 Blue Angel (2:52)
  4. 4 In Dreams (2:50)
  5. 5 Running Scared (2:13)
  6. 6 I'm Hurtin' (2:44)
  7. 7 (I'd Be) A Legend in My Time (3:09)
  8. 8 Love Hurts (2:28)
  9. 9 Lana (2:18)
  10. 10 Crying (2:47)
  11. 11 Candy Man (2:45)
  12. 12 Night Life (2:31)
  13. 13 (They Call You) Gigolette (2:37)
  14. 14 Let the Good Times Roll (2:35)
  15. 15 Blue Bayou (2:30)
  16. 16 Wedding Day (2:07)
  17. 17 Dream Baby (2:34)
  18. 18 Evergreen (2:46)
  19. 19 Working for the Man (2:26)
  20. 20 The Crowd (2:23)
  21. 21 Leah (2:41)
  22. 22 The Actress (2:38)
  23. 23 Borne on the Wind (2:53)
  24. 24 Falling (2:23)
  25. 25 Indian Wedding (3:05)
  26. 26 Shahdaroba (2:40)
  27. 27 All I Have to Do Is Dream (2:25)
  28. 28 Mama (3:01)
  29. 29 Pretty Paper (2:43)
Disc 3
  1. 1 Mean Woman Blues (2:26)
  2. 2 What'd I Say (3:18)
  3. 3 It's Over (2:48)
  4. 4 Oh, Pretty Woman (2:58)
  5. 5 Yo Te Amo Maria (3:18)
  6. 6 Goodnight (2:30)
  7. 7 (Say) You're My Girl (2:48)
  8. 8 Ride Away (3:29)
  9. 9 Crawling Back (3:14)
  10. 10 Breakin' Up Is Breakin' My Heart (2:08)
  11. 11 Too Soon to Know (2:47)
  12. 12 Communication Breakdown (3:00)
  13. 13 Walk On (2:53)
  14. 14 So Young (3:30)
  15. 15 Blue Rain (Coming Down) (3:19)
  16. 16 Big as I Can Dream (2:09)
  17. 17 Pistolero (2:57)
  18. 18 The Fastest Guitar Alive (3:10)
  19. 19 Precious (2:35)
  20. 20 Unchained Melody (3:38)
  21. 21 Land of 1000 Dances (3:53)
  22. 22 Blues in My Mind (2:35)
  23. 23 Born to Love Me (3:49)
  24. 24 That Lovin' You Feelin' Again (4:01)
  25. 25 Hound Dog Man (2:42)
Disc 4
  1. 1 Coming Home (4:02)
  2. 2 Waymore's Blues - Carl Perkins (2:26)
  3. 3 Oh, Pretty Woman (3:03)
  4. 4 In Dreams (2:51)
  5. 5 Not Alone Any More (3:24)
  6. 6 You Got It (3:31)
  7. 7 She's a Mystery to Me (4:16)
  8. 8 California Blue (3:57)
  9. 9 A Love So Beautiful (3:33)
  10. 10 (All I Can Do Is) Dream You (3:38)
  11. 11 Oh, Pretty Woman (6:11)
  12. 12 Heartbreak Radio (2:59)
  13. 13 You're the One (3:00)
  14. 14 Crying - k.d. lang (3:48)
  15. 15 After the Love Has Gone (4:40)
  16. 16 I Drove All Night (3:47)
  17. 17 Wild Hearts Run out of Time (3:33)
  18. 18 You May Feel Me Crying (4:17)
  19. 19 Life Fades Away (3:43)
  20. 20 It's Over (3:15)
  21. 21 We'll Take the Night (4:55)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Roy Orbison Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Johnny Cash Vocals
Floyd Cramer Piano
Hank Garland Guitar
Emmylou Harris Vocals
Jackson Browne Background Vocals
Elvis Costello Guitar, Background Vocals
Bobby Goldsboro Guitar
George Harrison Acoustic Guitar
Jerry Lee Lewis Vocals
Jeff Lynne Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Guitar, Piano, Keyboards, Vocals, Background Vocals, Accompaniment
Carl Perkins Vocals
Tom Petty Acoustic Guitar, Background Vocals
Bonnie Raitt Background Vocals
Bruce Springsteen Guitar, Background Vocals
Tom Waits Organ
Jennifer Warnes Background Vocals
James Burton Guitar
Clarence Clemons Saxophone
Steve Gibson Guitar
Andrew Gold Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Dennis Linde Background Vocals
Dewey Martin Drums
Scotty Moore Guitar
Mike Campbell Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin
Jim Keltner Drums
Grady Martin Guitar
Bill Pursell Piano
Bobby Wood Keyboards
Robert Byrne Guitar
Buzz Cason Background Vocals
Steven Soles Background Vocals
Alex Acuña Percussion
John Rainey Adkins Guitar
Tippy Armstrong Guitar
Dennis Belfield Bass
Benmont Tench Piano, Strings, Hammond Organ, Vocals, Background Vocals, Hammond B3
Bono Guitar
Barry Booth Piano
Harold Bradley Guitar
Thomas Brannon Background Vocals
Boudleaux Bryant Guitar
Mickey Buckins Percussion
T Bone Burnett Guitar
Kenny Buttrey Drums
Larry Byrom Guitar
Jerry Carrigan Drums
Lenny Castro Percussion
Gene Chrisman Drums
Roger Clark Synthesizer, Drums, Electronic Drums
J.R. Cobb Guitar
Tommy Cogbill Bass
Ray Cooper Drums
Glen D. Hardin Piano
Shane Keister Keyboards
Everett Drake Background Vocals
Ronnie Eades Saxophone
Ray Edenton Guitar
Bobby Emmons Keyboards
Howie Epstein Bass
Ricky Fataar Drums
Doug Fieger Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Janie Fricke Background Vocals
Mark Goldenberg Mandolin, Accordion, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Choir, Chorus
William "Bill" Greene Background Vocals
Buddy Harman Drums
David Hidalgo Guitar
Ginger Holladay Background Vocals
Jim Horn Saxophone
James "Hutch" Hutchinson Bass
Clayton Ivey Keyboards
Alan James Guitar
Roland Janes Guitar
Booker T. Jones Hammond Organ, Hammond B3
Phil Jones Percussion, Drums
Rodney Justo Guitar
Jerry Kennedy Guitar
Jack Kennelly Bass
Larry Knechtel Piano
Sheri Kramer Background Vocals
k.d. lang Vocals, Background Vocals
Lenny LeBlanc Guitar
Mike Leech Bass
Paul Leim Drums
Michael J. Libow Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Mac McAnally Guitar
Terry McMillan Harmonica
Laverna Moore Background Vocals
Farrell Morris Percussion
James Morrow Mandolin, Vocals, Electronic Mandolin
Wayne Moss Guitar
Bob Mummert Drums
Wayne Murray Background Vocals
Buell Neidlinger Upright Bass, Standup Bass
Robert Nix Drums
Barbara Orbison Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Jeff Porcaro Drums
Dean Parks Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Mandolin
Larry Paxton Bass
Boots Randolph Saxophone
Francine Reed Background Vocals
Tom Roady Percussion
Brent Rowan Guitar
Jerry Scheff Bass
Lisa Silver Background Vocals
Jimmy Smith Piano
Velma Smith Guitar
J.D. Souther Guitar, Background Vocals
Henry Strzelecki Bass
Harvey Thompson Saxophone
Diane Tidwell Background Vocals
Mike Utley Keyboards
J.M. Van Eaton Drums
Ian Wallace Percussion, Drums
Don Was Hammond Organ, Vocals, Choir, Chorus, Hammond B3
Bergen White Background Vocals
Nelson Wilbury Guitar, Background Vocals
Johnny Wilson Guitar
Bobby Woods Keyboards
Bob Wray Bass
Reggie Young Guitar, Electric Guitar
Billy Pat Ellis Drums
Marvin Hughes Piano
Charlie McCoy Harmonica
The Roses Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Lefty Wilbury Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Lucky Wilbury Guitar, Background Vocals
Otis Wilbury Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocals
Gwen Kay Background Vocals
Michael Utley Keyboards
Otis Jett Drums
Fred Carter Jr. Guitar
Bob Moore & His Orchestra Bass, Track Performer
Bill Hinds Guitar
Larry Byrum Guitar
Paul Garrison Drums
John W. Greubel Drums
Jerry Arnold Drums
Bill Dees Keyboards, Background Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Joe Melson Vocals, Background Vocals
Joe Tanner Guitar
Terry Elam Percussion
Bob Munday Drums
Terry Widlake Bass
Tom L. Smith Background Vocals
Jim Johnson Bass
T-Bone Wolk Bass
Roy Orbison & the Candymen Track Performer
Charles Evans Bass
Billy Sandford Guitar
David Briggs Synthesizer, Keyboards
Phil & Debi Jones Percussion, Drums
Tom Smith Background Vocals
Ronnie Tutt Drums
Roger "Little" Clark Drums, Syndrum
Bruce Pearson Guitar
Alan Mayes Trumpet
Gordon Balmforth Piano
Colin First Trumpet
Jimmy Allen Smith Piano
John Christopher Guitar
Jim "Turbo" Kirby Keyboards
Bill Gilmore Bass
Barry Booth Orchestra Track Performer
Lisa Mummert Background Vocals
Willie Greene Background Vocals
Jeff Porcard Drums
Gordon Balmouth Piano
C.T. Wilbury Jr. Background Vocals
The Cherry Sisters Background Vocals
Michael Joyce Drums
Technical Credits
Chet Atkins Producer, Audio Production
Clint Black Author
Emmylou Harris Duet
Kris Kristofferson Author
Dolly Parton Author
Chuck Berry Author
Elvis Costello Author
Neil Diamond Author
Mick Jagger Author
Jeff Lynne Producer, Author, Audio Production, Instrumentation
Roy Orbison Producer, Author, Illustrations, Audio Production
Tom Petty Author
Bonnie Raitt Author
Bruce Springsteen Author
Ringo Starr Author
Tom Waits Author
Robin Gibb Author
Bill Justis Producer, Audio Production
Norman Petty Producer, Audio Production
Barry Gibb Author
Brian Ahern Producer, Audio Production
Pete Anderson Audio Production
Benmont Tench Author
Bono Audio Production
T Bone Burnett Producer, Audio Production
Eric Clapton Author
Jack Clement Producer, Audio Production
Mike Curb Producer, Audio Production
Glenn Danzig Author
Brian Eno Producer, Audio Production
Fred Foster Producer, Liner Notes, Author, Audio Production
Gregg Geller Producer, Audio Production
Billy Gibbons Author
Clayton Ivey Producer, Audio Production
Will Jennings Producer, Audio Production
k.d. lang Author, Duet
George Massenburg Producer
John Mellencamp Author
Chips Moman Producer, Audio Production
James Morrow Duet
Barbara Orbison Producer, Executive Producer, Audio Production, Introduction
Wesley Rose Producer, Audio Production
Rick Rubin Producer, Audio Production
J.D. Souther Composer
Jim Vienneau Producer, Audio Production
David Was Producer, Audio Production
Don Was Producer, Audio Production
Nelson Wilbury Producer, Audio Production
Terry Woodford Producer, Audio Production
Otis Wilbury Producer, Audio Production
Young Jessie Composer
Sam Phillips Producer, Author, Audio Production
Michael Utley Producer, Audio Production
Roy Kelton Orbison Jr. Executive Producer, Author
Vic Anesini Mastering
David Lynch Producer, Audio Production
Bill Dees Author
Joe Melson Producer, Author, Audio Production, Duet
Lemmy Kilmister Author
Rose Marie McCoy Composer
Luellyn Latocki Art Direction
David Briggs Producer, Audio Production
Jeff Crump Art Direction
J.R. Cash Composer
Rebekah Lee Beard Producer
Pete Anderson Producer
Brian Phillips Author
George Massenberg Audio Production
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  • Posted December 3, 2011

    DO NOT BUY THIS - IT WILL ARRIVE VERY DAMAGED AND SCRATCHED

    SONY LEGACY DECIDED TO PUT THE 4 CDs INTO SLOTS IN CARDBOARD. AS IF THAT ISN'T A RECIPE FOR SCRATCHING, GUESS WHAT? IT GETS WORSE. THE SLOTS DO NOT HOLD THE CDs, AND THEY GO FLYING ALL OVER THE PLACE, BUMPING AND SCRATCHING INTO EACH OTHER. BARBARA ORBISON SURE WASN'T TRYING TO KEEP ROY'S WORK ALIVE BY APPROVING SUCH A LOUSY WAY OF PACKAGING THE DISCS.
    Bennie Shaft

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  • Posted December 10, 2010

    Fantastic!

    A great collection . . . recommend highly!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Orbison at His Best!!!

    Great collection of the "voice", some say the best in the business.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Soul of Rock and Roll

    i just picked up this box set today and am through the first two CDs... and let me tell you it's already worth it! i really didnt know that there was so much unreleased music in his collection.... i love this box set and wish they would have come out with it sooner. i also love the book that comes with it!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Soul of Rock and Roll

    I must say this album is a long time coming.... 20 years to be exact. Finally a perfect tribute to the great singer who ever lived. It's a sad thing that today's youth don't recognize Roy as being on of the most influential singers of the 20th Century. Receiving praise from many other legends, Roy Orbison's career was cut short by a heart attack. I have always loved Roy and his love songs. R.I.P. Roy Orbison &quot the greatest singer in the world&quot -Elvis about Roy Orbison

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Soul of Rock and Roll

    I must say, I have always loved Roy growing up. My daddy used to always play him, and listening to the music makes me think of my late father.... I cannot wait to get my hands on this piece of history. I have already pre-ordered it, and am anticipating its arrival. I had the chance to sneak peak this wonderful box set and didn't want to let it go. It is a MUST HAVE for any lover of music! It truly is a masterpiece. We love you, Roy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Soul of Rock and Roll

    I just bought two copies, one for my mother, who I swear, would leave my dad is she had the opportunity to be with Roy, and one for myself, because I just love his later stuff. Roy Orbison is a true part of rock and roll history, a true legend whose influence has impacted countless numbers of other legends. Roy&#8217 s talent and ability should be more recognized. &#8220 Mean Woman Blues&#8221 is the greatest song ever!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Soul of Rock and Roll

    I am from Texas and was always into Roy. Black and White Nights has to be my all time favorite DVD. I love the song he does with Bruce Springsteen. Roy is the man!

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