What's not to like? Sure, it's not definitive and only 27 minutes long, but for a budget-priced compilation, it's got all you could want. You can shuffle, but you shouldn't skip.
Peak on the US Billboard Top 200 chart: Did not chart
Tracks: Let's rank 'em!
10. Workin' For The Man (#33, 1962)
9. Running Scared (#1, 1961)
8. I'm Hurtin' (#27, 1960)
7. It's Over (#9, 1964)
6. Blue Angel (#9, 1960)
5. In Dreams (#7, 1963)
4. Blue Bayou (#29, 1963)
3. Only the Lonely (#2, 1960)
2. Crying (#2, 1961)
1. Oh, Pretty Woman (#1, 1964)
Personal Memory Associated with this CD: I can't even begin to count the number of times I've tried (and failed) to duplicate Orbison's signature falsetto. Whatever that number is, add a few more attempts this morning while listening and singing along to this compilation.
Also, the 1988 Cinemax special Roy Orbison and Friends: A Black and White Night is one of the best of its kind and rightfully introduced a new generation to this music. Since I was yet to be born when these songs were on the radio, this special always come to mind when I remember Orbison and his immediately recognizable voice.