Roy Orbison Black & White Night 30
Black & White Night 30 includes a previously unseen, alternate version of "Oh, Pretty Woman," a previously unseen performance of "Blue Angel," and a “secret concert” of five songs performed by the band after the audience had left, featuring alternate takes of “Dream You,” "Comedians," "Candyman," "Claudette," and "Uptown." This set includes a CD and DVD of the concert and a download code for access to the audio records of the “secret concert.”
Also included is a brand-new 33-minute mini-documentary consisting of rehearsal footage and pre- and post-show interviews with Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, and more, plus a photo montage consisting of 20 still photos from the show and new photos of show memorabilia.
The Roy Orbison exhibit is one of nearly 40 displays in MIM’s popular Artist Gallery. The exhibit features loans courtesy of Orbison Enterprises, including Orbison’s Gibson ES-335 electric guitar played in “A Black and White Night” (1988), “Oh, Pretty Woman” lyric sheet handwritten by Orbison sometime after the hit song’s original release in 1964, and 1990 Grammy for “Oh, Pretty Woman.”
32 tracks; 1:45:35 hours