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The Original Sound [Vinyl-LP]: Sun #113

by Roy Orbison

Condition: As New

Nashville: Sun Records, 1969. lp_record. As New. Never opened, never played, a bit of wear to the sleeve corners, lp impression. Sun #113. Twenty year old Roy Orbison recorded fewer than 30 songs during his brief (1956-57) contract with Sun Records. Eleven of them make up this record. Rock House, This Kind of Love, It's Too Late, Tryng to Get to You, You're Gonna Cry, Sweet and Easy to Love, Ooby Dooby, Your My Baby, Mean Little Momma, I Never Knew, Devil Doll. Ooby Dooby leading off the B-side was Orbison's first hit with his original band the Teen Kings. The second recording of the tune convinced Sam Phillips to record the group at Sun. Orbison and the Kings also received encouragement from Johnny Cash who wrote the next track on side 2, You're My Baby. Most items ship with free delivery confirmation, electronic tracking and jacket protectors (generally over $10.00) if applicable. Clean recycled packing material will be used when possible.

  • Bookseller: The Book Shed US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 997752
  • Title: The Original Sound [Vinyl-LP]
  • Author: Roy Orbison
  • Format/binding: Lp_record
  • Book condition: As New
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: Sun Records
  • Place: Nashville
  • Date published: 1969
  • Bookseller catalogs: Art & Music; Movies Music & More;


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