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.
Crying (LP, Album, Mono). Crying (Cass, Album). Sony Music Special Products.
Crying is an album released in 1962 by Roy Orbison. It was his second album on the Monument Record label. The album name comes from the 1961 hit song of the same name that in 2002 was honored with a Grammy Hall of Fame Award. In 2004, the song ranked on Rolling Stone Magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time".
Produced by Fred Foster. I was all right for awhile I could smile for awhile But I saw you last night You held my hand so tight As you stopped to say, "Hello". Oh, you wished me well You couldn't tell That I'd been crying over you Crying over you. When you said, "So long" Left me standing all alone Alone and crying, crying Crying, crying. It's hard to understand But the touch of your hand Can start me crying I thought that I was over you. But it's true, so true I love you even more Than I did before But,.
The trademark early Orbison production flourishes, with swooping strings and full vocal choruses, are also present. What's missing is truly first-rate songwriting. With the exception of "Love Hurts," the title track, and the epic hit "Running Scared," most of the cuts lean toward the Big O's more sentimental side, and are pleasantly forgettable. Of the obscure cuts here, the best are the uptempo "Nite Life" and "Let's Make A Memory," with its bouncing string arrangement, but neither could be classified among his best early work.
Watch the video for Crying from Roy Orbison's The Very Best of Roy Orbison for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. According to the Crying Songfacts, Orbison wrote this song as the result of running into a girl he'd split up with, with whom he was still in love. However he refused to say how much she meant to him, and afterwards he regretted his stubbornness. According to the Crying Songfacts, Orbison wrote this song as the result of running into a girl he'd split up with, with whom he was still in love
Roy Orbison's second album for Monument was recorded in 1961-2. Crying" has Orbison's classic melodic build that expands to that glorious chorus "Yes, now you're gone, and from this moment on I'll be crying. Orbison's sound was a template for the band Jay & the Americans that hit the charts a few years later with "Cara Mi. Other tracks like the classic "The Great Pretender" and "Love Hurts" intrigue with Orbison's treatment. It may just be me, but I've always been a little troubled by Roy Orbison's vocal on the original version of "Crying. Later versions such as the one on BLACK AND WHITE NIGHT were simply elegant-and the duet version with . lang was also fine-but the original seemed a bit strained to me, especially at the song's oh-so-dramatic end.