Laminar Flow (album)

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Laminar Flow
Laminar Flow - Roy Orbison.jpg
Studio album by Roy Orbison
Released 1979
Genre Pop
Length 34:20
Label Asylum
Producer Clayton Ivey, Terry Woodford
Roy Orbison chronology
All-Time Greatest Hits
(1977)
Laminar Flow
(1979)
Class of '55
(1986)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]
Rolling Stone (unfavorable) [2]

Laminar Flow is an album by Roy Orbison recorded at Wishbone Recording Studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and released in 1979 on the Asylum Records label. It was the last album of new material Orbison would release in his lifetime - his next studio effort, In Dreams, featured re-recordings of old Orbison hits whilst Mystery Girl and King Of Hearts, his final collections of all-new material, were released posthumously.

Track listing[edit]

Side One
  1. "Easy Way Out" - (Jim Valentini, Frank Saulino, Spady Brannan)
  2. "Love Is a Cold Wind" - (Charlie Black, Rory Bourke)
  3. "Lay It Down" - (Robert Byrne, Tommy Brasfield)
  4. "I Care" - (Lenny LeBlanc, Eddie Struzick)
  5. "We're Into Something Good" - (George Soulé, Terry Woodford)
  6. "Movin'" - (Roy Orbison, Chris Price)
Side Two
  1. "Poor Baby" - (Roy Orbison, Chris Price, Regi Price)
  2. "Warm Spot Hot" - (Eddie Struzick)
  3. "Tears" - (Roy Orbison, Chris Price, Dan Price, Regi Price)
  4. "Friday Night" - (Regi Price, Chris Price)
  5. "Hound Dog Man" - (Barbara Orbison, Terry Woodford, Tommy Stuart)

Personnel[edit]

  • Roy Orbison - vocals
  • Bill Hinds, Larry Byrom, Robert Byrne, Tippy Armstrong - guitar
  • Larry Byrom, Lenny LeBlanc, Mac McAnally - acoustic guitar
  • Bob Wray, Lenny LeBlanc, Lonnie Ledford - bass
  • Clayton Ivey - keyboards
  • Roger Clark - drums, syndrums
  • Mickey Buckins, Tom Roady - percussion
  • Jim Horn, Harvey Thompson - tenor saxophone
  • Ronald Eades, Jim Horn - baritone saxophone
  • Harrison Calloway - trumpet
  • Charles Rose - trombone
  • Barbara Wyrick, Chris Price, Eddie Struzick, Lenny LeBlanc, Marie Tomlinson, Robert Byrne, Suzy Storm, Terry Woodford - backinh vocals

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