Cry Softly Lonely One
|Cry Softly Lonely One|
|Studio album by Roy Orbison|
|Producer||Wesley Rose, Jim Vienneau|
|Roy Orbison chronology|
Cry Softly Lonely One is a music album recorded by Roy Orbison for MGM Records. The album was released in October 1967 and included two singles; "Communication Breakdown" and the title tune, both of which were minor hits in the States early that year. "Communication Breakdown" did much better in Australia, where it reached #9 in February.
All tracks composed by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees, except where indicated
- Side one
- "Communication Breakdown"
- "Cry Softly, Lonely One" - (Joe Melson, Don Gant)
- "Girl Like Mine" - (Mark Mathis)
- "It Takes One (To Know One)"
- "Just Let Me Make Believe" - (Ronald Blackwell)
- Side two
- "Here Comes The Rain, Baby" - (Mickey Newbury)
- "That's A No-No"
- "Time To Cry"
- "Only Alive" - (Ronald Blackwell, Dewayne Blackwell)
- "Just One Time" - (Don Gibson) [included on the 2008 digitally remastered CD]
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