Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream) / Running Scared mp3 album
Roy Orbison singles chronology. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)" (1962). Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)". Single by Glen Campbell. from the album The Last Time I Saw Her. B-side. Crying" is a song written by Roy Orbison and Joe Melson for Orbison's third studio album of the same name (1962). Released in 1961, it was a number 2 hit in the . for Orbison and was covered in 1980 by Don McLean, whose version went to number 1 in the UK.
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1963 studio album by Roy Orbison. 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. Working for the Man".
Album: The Essential Roy Orbison, 2006. Dream baby (C. Walker), Monument 45-456 (1962), London HLU 9511 (1962), London RE-U 1437 (1965). Peak chart positions: US (1962), UK (1962). Roy Orbison with Bob Moore's Orchestra and Chorus.
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Dream Baby" was one of Roy Orbison's biggest hits, reaching in March of 1963, which seems kind of strange only when one listens closely enough to the song to notice its unusual structure and arrangement. Dream Baby" opens with a chorus followed by a single verse. In classic blues style, the chorus consists of one line ("Sweet dream baby") repeated three times, followed by the line "How long must I dream?" The verse is similarly repetitive in its structure, and it's repeated verbatim later in the song after another iteration of the chorus,. Running Scared" might have had the traditional bolero beat, but with its repetitive lyrics and melody and its slow build from a quiet opening to an explosive climax, "Dream Baby" actually recalls the structure of Maurice Ravel's Bolero!
It has been covered many times, including by American country music artist Glen Campbell who released it in March 1971 as the lead single from his album The Last Time I Saw Her. The song peaked at number 7 on the . Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. It also reached number 4 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. Original Musicians: Roy Orbison - Vocal Fred Carter, Jr. - Rhythm guitar Grady Martin - Electric guitar Bob Moore - Upright Bass Buddy Harmon - Drums Boots Randolph - Saxophone. YouTube Encyclopedic.
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|A||Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)
Written-By – Cindy Walker
Written-By – Joe Melson, Roy Orbison
NotesLondon on blue vinyl.
This run of 5 ? singles from November 1964 trough July 1965 with this kind "up word Letter" picture sleeve, has some couplings from different USA - A and B sides. The top title should be used as the A side, as seen on the back sleeve of this single.
Something to do with immense success of Pretty Woman in September 1964 I guess.
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|FLX 3143||Roy Orbison||Dream Baby / Running Scared (7", Single)||London Records, London American Recordings||FLX 3143||Netherlands||1965|
|MN 108||Roy Orbison||Dream Baby / Running Scared (7")||Monument||MN 108||Germany||1973|