New Roy Orbison album to be released in November

It's recorded with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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A Love So Beautiful: Roy Orbison With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will be released on November 3.

The album is produced by Don Reedman and Neil Patrick, who also produced If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and The Wonder Of You: Elvis Presley with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Roy’s sons Wesley (guitar), Roy Jr. (guitar) and Alex (drums) provide instrumental backing on selected tracks, along with grandson Roy III (guitar, tambourine).

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The album will be available to pre-order on CD, vinyl and digitally.

The full tracklisting is:

In Dreams
Crying
I’m Hurtin’
Oh, Pretty Woman
It’s Over
Dream Baby
Blue Angel
Love Hurts
Uptown
Mean Woman Blues
Running Scared
I Drove All Night
You Got It
A Love So Beautiful

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