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I'm Still in Love With You
Roy Orbison
I'm Still in Love With You
Genres: Pop, Rock
 
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UK budget-price compilation features 11 tracks including, 'Pledging My Love', 'Rainbow Love' & 'Spanish Nights'. 2002.

      
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All Artists: Roy Orbison
Title: I'm Still in Love With You
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Universal/Spectrum
Original Release Date: 1/1/2006
Re-Release Date: 7/1/2002
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Rock
Styles: Oldies, Oldies & Retro
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 766488391220

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UK budget-price compilation features 11 tracks including, 'Pledging My Love', 'Rainbow Love' & 'Spanish Nights'. 2002.

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Possibilly the lowest rated album but listen for yourself
02/25/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I think this album was very well done, I love the songs "All I need is time" , " Still ( In love with you )" , " pledging my love" , and " Spanish Nights ". The song Heartache is an earlier made song when Roy was still on MGM / London records. This album would be great in any Roy Orbison's fan collection and possibilly they will re-release the 45's on cd because there are 6 or more songs that were never used on cd such as songs like "Shy Away" , "Close Again", "Flowers", "Sugar Man" and some rare ones like "An empty cup ( A broken date), or Crying (live) from the double single version of Wildhearts. Thanks to any fan who may be reading this thanks the Ultimate Roy Orbison vinyl collector"
Not a bad cd
Robert Miller | Eastern USA | 12/06/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"For some odd reason, Roy's MGM albums are maligned, this despite the fact that there are some gems among them (Memphis, Many Moods, Roy Orbison Sings Don Gibson). I'm still in love with you fits in with the MGM recordings with an exception or two. The arrangements are not always as first rate as the MGM ones. On this cd, Still is as perfect as it gets. Crying Time with it's cha-cha beat is kind of odd - I think it should have been done differently, but still is listenable. It's Lonely is typical wonderful Orbison. Heartache, well, I love that song. It's an excellent song, and the oddball re-recording of it here is fun to listen to - even the lyrics are slightly rewritten from the original. Spanish Nights is my other favorite.
This music on this cd is preferable to Laminar Flow, not quite as good as Regeneration (which may only be available on LP. The sound quality on this cd ranges from crystal clear to murky depending on the track, but if you love Orbison, you won't hate this album. You'll love most of the songs, and I'd recommend picking it up."
Sad.....but true!
Ronald Van Scherpenzeel | Madrid, Spain | 04/10/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Roy Orbison is my favourate singer after Elvis Presley. I
have most of all his LP's and CD's. His voice is unique
and has given me 45 years of real pleasure listening to his
rockers, ballads and country songs as well (buy Roy Orbison
sings Don Gibson). However it is sad to say but this rather
unknown LP or CD from 1975 is horrifying. The recording
quality is terribly poor and something was wrong by then
with his wonderful voice. He can't reach the high notes,
and the low ones are trembling. I can't understand how the
recording company could ever release it. Did they try to
ruin his uncomparable career? It's simply trash. This can't
be the same guy who was still to be so tremendous popular
in the second part of the 80's with You Got It or California
Blue just to mention a few. Please don't make the same mistake
I did by purchasing it. No wonder I had never heard of it
before. If we want to preserve our wonderful Roy, the sale
of this record should have been prohibited then and nowadays
as well.
"