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. Purchase the DVD here: http://bit.ly/9fLh7X © 1999 Orbison Records, Inc.
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Roy Orbison's official music video for 'You Got It'. Click to listen to Roy Orbison on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/RoyOSpotify?IQid=RoyOYGI As featured on You Got It: Greatest Hits. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/RoyOInDreams?IQid=RoyOYGI Google Play: http://smarturl.it/YGIGPlay?IQid=RoyOYGI Amazon: http://smarturl.it/RoyOAmazon?IQid=RoyOYGI More from Roy Orbison Blue Bayou: https://youtu.be/HiMl4yX1JiA I Drove All Night: https://youtu.be/m5N9IHqqGcA In Dreams: https://youtu.be/HysrQgMOTRo More great 80s videos here: http://smarturl.it/Ultimate80?IQid=RoyOYGI Follow Roy Orbison Website: http://www.royorbison.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/royorbison Twitter: https://twitter.com/royorbison Subscribe to Roy Orbison on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/RoyOSub?IQid=RoyOYGI --------- Lyrics: Every time I look into your lovely eyes, I see a love that money just can't buy. One look from you, I drift away. I pray that you are here to stay. Anything you want, you got it. Anything you need, you got it. Anything at all, you got it. Baby! Every time I hold you I begin to understand, Everything about you tells me I'm your man. I live my life to be with you. No one can do the things you do. Anything you want, you got it. Anything you need, you got it. Anything at all, you got it. Baby! Anything you want Anything you need Anything at all
Escrita por Roy Orbison & Joe Melson. Álbum: Crying (1962) No.1 on the United States Cashbox chart for a week on 7th October 1961
Roy Orbison's official live video for 'Crying' (Monument Concert 1965). Click to listen to Roy Orbison on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/RoyOSpotify?IQid=Cry As featured on The Ultimate Collection: Buy/Listen - https://LegacyRecordings.lnk.to/BhjSN!ytcryingmc More from Roy Orbison Blue Bayou: https://youtu.be/HiMl4yX1JiA You Got It: https://youtu.be/lvR1YgT7QYs I Drove All Night: https://youtu.be/m5N9IHqqGcA More great 80s videos here: http://smarturl.it/Ultimate80?IQid=Cry Follow Roy Orbison Website: http://www.royorbison.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/royorbison Twitter: https://twitter.com/royorbison Subscribe to Roy Orbison on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/RoyOSub?IQid=Cry --------- Lyrics: I had to escape The city was sticky and cruel Maybe I should have called you first But I was dying to get to you I was dreaming while I drove the long straight road ahead, uh-huh, yeah Could taste your sweet kisses, your arms open wide This fever for you was just burning me up inside Crying to get to you Is that all right? Crying, crept in your room Woke you from your sleep to make love to you Is that all right? Crying
"Oh, Pretty Woman" is a song, released in August 1964, which was a worldwide success for Roy Orbison. Recorded on the Monument Records label in Nashville, Tennessee, it was written by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees. The song spent three weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Billboard ranked the record as the No. 4 song of 1964. "Pretty Woman" was also Orbison's third single to top the UK Singles Chart (for a total of three weeks). The previous Orbison singles to reach No.1 in the UK were "Only the Lonely" in 1960 and "It's Over" earlier in 1964. There were three guitar players on the session, Billy Sanford, Jerry Kennedy and Wayne Moss. Billy Sanford, who later played session for everybody from Elvis to Don Williams (and took to the road with Don in the 1990s) did the kick-off. Williams introduced him as a kid who had just arrived Nashville, with a borrowed guitar, who heard Orbison was minus a guitar player, who went over and got the gig. Other musicians on the record included Floyd Cramer on piano, Bob Moore on an upright bass, Boots Randolph and Charlie McCoy on sax, and Buddy Harman and Paul Garrison on drums. Orbison also played a 12 string epiphone. The record sold seven million copies and marked the high point in Orbison's career. Within months of its release, in October 1964, the single was awarded a gold record by RIAA. Orbison posthumously won the 1991 Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for his live recording of the song on his HBO television special Roy Orbison and Friends, A Black and White Night. In 1999, the song was honored with a Grammy Hall of Fame Award and was named one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll. In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked it #222 on their list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time," and in 2012, Texas Music magazine ranked the song No. 7 on its list of "The Top 50 Classic Texas Songs." Please visit Roy Orbison's Official Website at http://www.royorbison.com/
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Roy Orbison and this all-star cast of friends (Bruce Springsteen, k.d. lang, Elvis Costello and more) perform Roy's "Dream Baby," recorded in 1962 on the Monument Records label. This video is from "A Black and White Night," available on Blu-Ray and DVD at RoyOrbison.com!