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Book:Roy Orbison

Roy Orbison

The Complete Guide

Roy Orbison
Roy Orbison discography
Studio albums
Roy Orbison at the Rock House
Lonely and Blue
In Dreams
There Is Only One Roy Orbison
The Orbison Way
The Classic Roy Orbison
Roy Orbison Sings Don Gibson
Cry Softly Lonely One
Roy Orbison's Many Moods
The Big O
Hank Williams the Roy Orbison Way
Roy Orbison Sings
Laminar Flow
Mystery Girl
King of Hearts
Live albums
A Black & White Night Live
Greatest Hits Live
Compilation albums
Roy Orbison's Greatest Hits
More of Roy Orbison's Greatest Hits
Early Orbison
The Great Songs of Roy Orbison
The All-Time Greatest Hits of Roy Orbison
I'm Still in Love with You
In Dreams: The Greatest Hits
The Legendary Roy Orbison
16 Biggest Hits
The Traveling Wilburys Collection
Collaboration albums
Class of '55
Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1
Soundtrack albums
The Fastest Guitar Alive
Soundtrack appearances
Blue Velvet
Hiding Out
Less Than Zero
"Tryin' to Get to You"
"Ooby Dooby" / "Go Go Go (Down the Line)"
"Only the Lonely"
"Running Scared"
"Love Hurts"
"Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)"
"In Dreams"
"Distant Drums"
"Blue Bayou"
"Mean Woman Blues"
"Beautiful Dreamer"
"What'd I Say"
"It's Over"
"Oh, Pretty Woman"
"Let the Good Times Roll"
"Memphis, Tennessee"
"Handle with Care"
"You Got It"
"End of the Line"
"She's a Mystery to Me"
"I Drove All Night"
"What Kind of Love"
"As Long as I Can Dream"
Roy Orbison's Sun Recordings
Roy Orbison and Friends: A Black and White Night
Live at Austin City Limits
Roy Orbison – Live from Australia
Barbara Orbison
Associated acts
Traveling Wilburys
Related articles
Traveling Wilburys Vol. 3
Roy: A Tribute To Roy Orbison
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