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I've uploaded this song before but now it is with the reprise at the end

Roy Orbison's "Pretty Woman" came out at the same time as The Beatles first album. They were forever fused together.

1960 - Roy Orbison hits with his single "Only The Lonely"

"CRYING" by Roy Orbison and kd Lang. You, simply, cannot beat this version -   (Music Video from the film, "Hiding Out."

Music video for "Crying" by Roy Orbison and k d lang, from the film "Hiding Out". Features clips from the film starring Jon Cryer and Annabeth Gish

r.cRoy Orbison offered his song - 'Only The Lonely' to both Johnny Cash and to Elvis to record...both turned it down, so Orbinson set about recording it himself. It became his first hit after releasing in July of 1960, hitting #2 on the Billboard Top 100.

Roy Orbison - Only The Lonely .my Dad got me into Roy Orbison, what a voice!

"Crying" is a rock and roll ballad written by Roy Orbison and Joe Melson that was a hit for Orbison. The song was released as a 45rpm single by Monument Records in July 1961 and made #1 on the United States Cashbox chart for a week on October 7, 1961, although it peaked at #2 on the rival Billboard Hot 100. In 2002, "Crying" was honored with a Grammy Hall of Fame Award. In 2004, Rolling Stone Magazine ranked it #69 on their list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time".

American born singer-songwriter Roy Orbison was one of the most influential musicians of the Rock n’ Roll era and is probably most well-known for his fantastic hit 1965 hit, “Oh, Pretty…

Roy Orbison performs "Oh, Pretty Woman" as the finale of the Black & White Night Concert. Backed by Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, James Burton, Glen D. Hardin, Tom Waits, kd lang, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, JD Souther, T Bone Burnett, Steven Soles, and Jennifer Warnes. Recorded September 30, 1987.

Roy Orbison performs "Oh, Pretty Woman" as the finale of the Black & White Night Concert. Backed by Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, James Burton, Glen D.

Elvis Presley last met Roy Orbison Vegas 1976. Orbison was in the audience and Presley introduced him on stage... "Quite simply, the greatest singer in the world, Roy Orbison". Barbara Orbison, the widow of Roy Orbison, died Dec. 6 on the 23rd anniversary of his death. She was 60.

Elvis Presley last met Roy Orbison Vegas Orbison was in the audience and Presley introduced him on stage. "Quite simply, the greatest singer in the world, Roy Orbison", said Elvis about Orbison.

KD Lang & Roy Orbison - Crying on the tonight show. Great song, great pair singing it.

KD Lang Roy Orbison - Crying on the tonight show. Great song, great pair singing it.

Roy Orbison  Originally a Sun Records rockabilly artist, Roy Orbison went on to become one of the most distinctive singers in popular music. In his first peak period (1961-64), Orbison vacillated between snarling blues rock and his mainstay, the romantic/paranoiac ballad with crescendo-ing falsetto and strings        Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/artists/roy-orbison#ixzz1uQxnUDX7

Roy Orbison Originally a Sun Records rockabilly artist, Roy Orbison went on to become one of the most distinctive singers in popular music. In his first peak period Orbison vacillated between snarling blues rock and his mainstay, the romantic/

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