An album recorded by Roy Orbison for MGM Records, released in May 1969.

In July 1968, Roy Orbison was touring the UK when the two singles from the album were charting in the Top 40, During the tour at a nightclub, he met his second wife Barbara Orbison whom he married in 1969. On September 16, 1968, Orbison received the news that his home back in the US had burned down and his two eldest sons were dead. To let Orbison grieve, MGM delayed the release to May 1969. The BBC banned “Heartache” which had been released as they felt it was too personal.

Side one

“Truly, Truly True”
“Unchained Melody
“I Recommend Her”
“More”
“Heartache”
“Amy”

Side two

“Good Morning, Dear”
“What Now, My Love”
“Walk On”
“Yesterday’s Child”
“Try to Remember”


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