Roy Orbison - In Dreams (1963) HQ

submitted by mrm123 on 05/19/16 1

One of the two most memorable songs to appear in the 1986 David Lynch film Blue Velvet, the late, great Roy Orbison's classic pop ballad about love lost still continuing, but only "In Dreams," went to #7 on Billboard and #10 on Cash Box on April 6, 1963. The song moves from lullaby, to freedom from the waking world, to the reliving of past romance, ending in a powerful emotional crescendo of shattered reality. It is a song in seven movements and was a successful vocal execution by Orbison covering over a two octave range. Sung in the first person, it matters little if the perspective of the singer is male or female. Thus, either perspective in a music video will work. This music video of "In Dreams" is my approach ...

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