is the seventeenth Memphis album recorded by Roy Orbison, and his tenth for MGM Records. The album was released in November 1972 .
History [ edit ]
The album took three weeks to make in March and April 1972. The album had one single, "Memphis, Tennessee", which charted at #84. This was Orbison's final album that was released for
London Records as Decca let Orbison out of their contract on June 30, 1972.
Track listing [ edit ]
Memphis, Tennessee" – ( Chuck Berry) "Why A Woman Cries" – (Jerry McBee)
Run, Baby Run (Back Into My Arms)" – ( Joe Melson, Don Gant) "Take Care of Your Woman" – (Jerry McBee)
"I'm The Man on Susie's Mind" – (Joe Melson,
Glenn Barber) "
I Can't Stop Loving You" – ( Don Gibson)
"Run The Engines Up High" – (Jerry McBee)
"It Ain't No Big Thing (But It's Growing)" – (Neal Merritt, Alice Joy Merritt, Shorty Hall)
I Fought the Law" – ( Sonny Curtis) "
The Three Bells" – ( Jean Villard Gilles; English lyrics by Bert Reisfeld) "
Danny Boy" – ( Frederick Weatherly)
Arranged by Joe Tanner Produced by Joe Melson & Roy Orbison except "Danny Boy" produced by