Leah 3. In Dreams 5. Maen Woman Blues 6. Blue Angel 7. Lana 8. Candy Man 9. Crying Crying Reprise Ooby Dooby Hound Dog Man Working For The Man That Lovin' You Feelin' Again It's Over Oh, Pretty Woman Running Scared I wasn't able to find any information regarding the original aspect ratio, however given that this performance appears to have to have 1982 (DVD) sourced from a television production this is most likely the correct original aspect ratio.
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Moments of Music, Song and Dance. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? Edit Storyline One of the music industry's most honored legends takes the stage for this classic performance featuring his Hey Porter - Johnny Cash - The Collection beloved, chart-topping hits.
Certificate: Not Rated. Runtime: 63 min. Add the first question. Edit page. Orbison, who died suddenly of a heart attack in at the age Working For The Man - Roy Orbison - Live At Austin City Limits August 5 52, had an incredibly long and respected career in rock over fifteen top 40 hitsbeginning in with the release of his first single on the legendary Sun Records, on through self-penned mega-hits like Oh, Pretty WomanWorking For The Man - Roy Orbison - Live At Austin City Limits August 5 The Lonelyand Crying.
Remember Blue Bayou by Linda Ronstadt? Oh yeah, he wrote that one, too. Director David Lynch even utilized Orbison's In Dreams for one of the more surreal moments in Blue Velvetand for many, made it impossible to hear that song without envisioning Dean Stockwell lip-synching into a mechanic's light. This disc captures Orbison at the start of his s comeback, with a performance as part of public television's highly regarded Austin City Limits series, recorded on August 5, His trademark vocal style, full of his familiar falsetto-tinged moments, sounds as strong as ever here, and though no one could Working For The Man - Roy Orbison - Live At Austin City Limits August 5 accuse Orbison of being an overly animated stage performer, his singing is spot-on.
He limits his between song banter to an occasional "thank you" or "this was my first single," and churns through a brilliant twenty-song set in just over an hour, backed by a tight eight-piece band.
The camera spends most of its time on Orbison, as he stands almost statue-like belting out these pop classics, though I did notice that a couple of audience reaction shots were used more than once watch for what I call "slow-clapping-guy-in-a-blue-shirt".
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