Friday, November 30, 2018

Roy Orbison And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Team-Up Once Again For More "Unchained Melodies"

Back in November 2017, Roy's Boys, in association with Sony Legacy, released the sensational compilation "A Love So Beautiful: Roy Orbison & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra." It featured 15 classic Orbison tracks that were reworked to included the stunning sounds of The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Now, on November 16th, lightening strikes again with a brand new 15-song compilation that teams up the iconic vocals of Roy Orbison with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra once again.

None of the songs on this new release duplicate last years album, as even more of Orbison's biggest hits are featured on this release. The well-known classics like "Blue Bayou," "Leah" and "Walk On," which were voted by fans to be included in this new set, only added to Orbison's endless legacy. Another example of the timeless sound of Roy Orbison's voice, is his interpretations of well-known hits like "Unchained Melody," "The Great Pretender" and "Danny Boy." Listening to this new release feels as if these songs were originally intended to be given the orchestration treatment as the mix is perfect with the songs "She's A Mystery To Me" and "The Crowd." The set closes with rising country singer Cam performing a duet with Roy Orbison on his swinging song "Heartbreak Radio." To find out more about the newly released "Unchained Melodies: Roy Orbison with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra," please visit royorbison.com.

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