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Roy Orbison: Live from Australia 1972 (2005)

Not Rated | | Music | Video 5 April 2005
In this rarely seen concert held at the Festival Hall in Melbourne, Australia in 1972, the legendary Roy Orbison takes the stage backed by an entire orchestra in addition to his own band. ... See full summary »

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In this rarely seen concert held at the Festival Hall in Melbourne, Australia in 1972, the legendary Roy Orbison takes the stage backed by an entire orchestra in addition to his own band. With standing ovations after every masterpiece, this dynamic performance is filled with his classic hits, great ballads and powerful rockers. See one of the top rock'n'roll singers of all time at the top of his form in this historical must-see performance! Written by Anonymous

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Filmed at the Festival Hall in Melbourne, Australia, in 1972, singer Roy Orbison performs with his own band and a full orchestra. See more »

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Roy Orbison - Live From Australia
17 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

This is a great performance by Roy Orbison at the Festival Hall in Melbourne, Australia, on Oct. 3rd 1972. The footage is quite old but it still looks beautifully restored. Lots of classics such as "Only the lonely" and "Running scared" along with rarities like "Bridge over troubled waters" and "Sweet caroline". The DVD also has good special features including a gallery of Roy relaxing and performing at the festival hall, interview with the band which has lots of interesting stories on the road being with Roy, and digital restoration comparison showing how much better the remastered footage looks. This is a must have for your Roy Orbison or DVD collection.


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