Roy Orbison ‎– The Big 'O'

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Universal Summit ‎– SRA 250-064, Universal Summit ‎– SRA-250,064, Monument ‎– SRA 250-064, Monument ‎– SRA-250,064
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A1 It's Over
Written-By – Dees*, Orbison*
2:47
A2 Blue Bayou
Written-By – Melson*, Orbison*
2:29
A3 Indian Wedding
Written-By – Orbison*
2:59
A4 Falling
Written-By – Orbison*
2:22
A5 Working For The Man
Written-By – Orbison*
2:25
A6 Pretty Paper
Written-By – Nelson*
2:41
B1 In Dreams
Written-By – Orbison*
2:46
B2 Lonely Wine
Written-By – Wells*
2:52
B3 Shahdaroba
Written-By – Walker*
2:26
B4 No One Will Ever Know
Written-By – Rose*, Foree*
2:26
B5 Sunset
Written-By – Melson*, Orbison*
2:37
B6 House Without Windows
Written-By – Tobias*, Pockriss*
2:19

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Summit Records Australia
21 Atchison Street, St. Leonards, N.S.W. 2065
Original Monument recording, U.S.A.

33⅓ R.P.M.
STEREO
playable mono

Printed in Australia by Z. Nosek & Co. Pty. Ltd.

MADE IN AUSTRALIA

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code (Side A): SMX21819-(SLP-18024)
  • Label Code (Side B): SMX21939-(SLP-18003)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): 26 SMX-21819 2A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): 22 SMX-21939 2B

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SCD499-096 Roy Orbison The Big 'O'(LP, Comp, RE) Summit (10) SCD499-096 Australia Unknown Sell This Version
SUH 5030 Roy Orbison The Big "O"(Cass, Comp, RE, Dol) Summit (10) SUH 5030 Australia Unknown Sell This Version

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Neilf.1955

Neilf.1955

December 23, 2019
The A-side of this LP is the A-side of the "More Of Roy Orbison's Greatest Hits Monument LP whilst the B-side of this LP is the A-side of Orbison's 1963 "In Dreams" album. Summit Records Australia had a habit of doing this, taking the A-side of one album and putting the A- or B-side of another different album by the same artist or group. I've noticed this with a few of the Summit releases. It's not something to be applauded or even mildly condoned. Other labels issuing Orbison's or other artists' or groups' back-catalogue in "best-of..." or "greatest hits" compilations do make the effort of making their own compilation and organising their own track orders. Summit seems to always "take the cheat's way out"