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Roy Orbison–Videos

Posted on December 21, 2008. Filed under: Art, Blogroll, Life, Music, People, Quotations, Video | Tags: , , , , |

 

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Love hurts, love scars, love wounds, and mars.

~Roy Orbison

Roy Orbison – Ooby Dooby – Rockabilly Classic

Roy Orbison – “Ooby Dooby” from Black and White Night

I’m Hurtin’ by Roy Orbison 1960

Roy Orbison – Bridge over troubled water

Roy Orbison – In the Real World (with Lyrics)

Roy Orbison Preforms Without His sunglasses, In colour HD (Part One)

Roy Orbison – Crying (Monument Concert 1965)

Roy Orbison – Running Scared (Monument Concert 1965)

Roy Orbison – Only the Lonely (Monument Concert 1965)

Roy Orbison – Sweet dreams baby

Roy Orbison – Mean Woman Blues (Monument Concert 1965)

Roy Orbison – It’s Over (Monument Concert 1965)

Roy Orbison – Goodnight (Monument Concert 1965)

Roy Orbison – London Palladium performance, 1966

Roy Orbison – “Dream Baby” and “Running Scared” (TV SHOW 1972)

Roy Orbison – Goodnight

Roy Orbison – Blue Angel

Roy Orbison – Blue Bayou

Roy Orbison – “Blue Bayou” from Black and White Night

Roy Orbison – Mean Woman Blues

Roy Orbison – Land of 1000 Dances (Live)

Roy Orbison move on down the line

Roy Orbison – Crying (Monument Concert 1965)

Roy Orbison – Crying (The Johnny Cash Show – Sept 27, 1969)

Roy Orbison and The Everly Brothers – “What’d I Say” on “Shindig”

Roy Orbison – “Crying” from Black and White Night

CRYING (Music Video) Roy Orbison, K D Lang

KD Lang & Roy Orbison – Crying

Roy Orbison – In Dreams. a black and white night

Roy Orbison – Running Scared

Roy Orbison – Running Scared live

Roy Orbison Walk On 1968 Clip Color

ROY ORBISON – 01 – Only The Lonely – Live in Texas 1986

ROY ORBISON – 02 – Leah – Live In Texas 1986

ROY ORBISON – 04 – In Dreams – Live In Texas 1986

ROY ORBISON – 05 – Mean Woman Blues – Live In Texas 1986

ROY ORBISON – 07 – Candy Man – Live In Texas 1986

ROY ORBISON – 08 – Crying – Live In Texas 1986

ROY ORBISON – 10 – It’s Over – Live In Texas 1986

ROY ORBISON – 11 – Oh Pretty Woman – Live In Texas 1986

ROY ORBISON – 12 – Running Scared – Live In Texas 1986

Roy Orbison – “Candy Man” from Black and White Night

Roy Orbison Walk On

Roy Orbison – I Drove All Night

Roy Orbison – A Love so Beautiful

Pretty Woman

Roy Orbison – Oh, Pretty Woman (from Black & White Night)

Sweet Dreams Baby — Roy Orbison

Roy Orbison – Claudette

Everly Brothers & Roy Orbison~ Claudette~ 2 demos

Roy Orbison : California Blue

Roy Orbison – Lana

Roy Orbison-Yo Te Amo Maria

Roy Orbison- Danny Boy

Roy Orbison – Leah

Roy Orbison – Leah (with Encore – Rare Live 1972)

Roy Orbison – “Leah” from Black and White Night

Roy Orbison – Crying with k.d. lang

Roy Orbison : She’s A Mystery To Me

Traveling Wilburys – Not Alone anymore (Subtitulado español)

Roy Orbison : She’s A Mystery To Me

Roy Orbison “I Care”

Roy Orbison – Black & White Night Live (Full Album)

Only the lonely know the way I feel tonight.

~Roy Orbison

 

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Roy Orbison

“…Roy Kelton Orbison (23 April, 1936 – 6 December, 1988), nicknamed “The Big O,” was an influential Grammy Award-winning American singer-songwriter, guitarist and a pioneer of rock and roll whose recording career spanned more than four decades. Orbison is best known for the songs, “Ooby Dooby,” “Only the Lonely,” “In Dreams,” “Oh, Pretty Woman,” “Crying,” “Running Scared,” “You Got It“. He was known for his smooth high baritone voice, with a range of at least two and a half octaves. He was rarely seen on stage without his trademark black sunglasses. In 1987, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and in 1989, he was posthumously inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Orbison

Roy Orbison

http://www.royorbison.com/

Roy Orbison, 52, a Singer Famed For Plaintive Pop Anthems, Dies

Published: December 8, 1988

“…Roy Orbison, the singer and songwriter whose best work brought introspection and yearning to rock-and-roll, died of a heart attack Tuesday night while visiting his mother in Hendersonville, Tenn. He was 52 years old and lived in Malibu, Calif.

Roy Orbison, the singer and songwriter whose best work brought introspection and yearning to rock-and-roll, died of a heart attack Tuesday night while visiting his mother in Hendersonville, Tenn. He was 52 years old and lived in Malibu, Calif. …”

http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=940DE4DD1039F93BA35751C1A96E948260

Interview Roy Orbison on “Good Morning Britain”

Roy Orbison Interview: Part 1

Roy Orbison Interview: Part 2

Roy Orbison Interviewed on CBS Morning News

Roy Orbison – The Soul of Rock and Roll

Roy Orbison In Dreams 1/9

Roy Orbison In Dreams 2/9

Roy Orbison In Dreams 3/9

Roy Orbison In Dreams 4/9

Roy Orbison In Dreams 5/9

Roy Orbison In Dreams 6/9

Roy Orbison In Dreams 7/9

Pretty Woman

Johnny Cash talks about Roy Orbison

Roy Orbison Obit Dec 6 ,1988

Barbara Orbison – http://www.azpbs.org/horizon

Hall of Fame Inductee Roy Orbison’s Final Interview

Roy Orbison Tribute

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The First Lady of Star Trek-Majel Barrett Roddenberry–Passes To The Stars

Posted on December 21, 2008. Filed under: Art, Blogroll, Communications, Raves, Science, Video | Tags: , , , , |

 

Majel Barrett Roddenberry, The First Lady of Star Trek

Majel Barrett Roddenberry, The First Lady of Star Trek

 

Rest In Peace and With The Stars Majel Barrett Roddenberry, The First Lady of Star Trek.

 

Majel Barrett Roddenberry Memorial. 1932-2008.


 

“The Cage” – Star Trek Original Pilot – G. Roddenberry Intro


 

Gene Roddenberry Fan Tribute

 

Majel Barrett Roddenberry Fan Tribute

 

Star Trek 40th Anniversary

 

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Majel Barrett-Roddenberry

“Majel Barrett-Roddenberry (born Majel Leigh Hudec, February 23, 1932 – December 18, 2008)[1] was an American actress and producer. She was also the widow of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry.[1]

As a result of her marriage to Gene Roddenberry and her ongoing relationship with Star Trek – participating in some way in every series to date – she is sometimes referred to as “the First Lady of Star Trek”. She and Gene Roddenberry were married in Japan on August 6, 1969, after the cancellation of the original Star Trek series.[1] …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Majel_Barrett

 

Majel Barrett Roddenberry

“…When Roddenberry sold his second Star Trek pilot to the network, he remembered Majel’s work in “The Cage” and hired her as Nurse Christine Chapel. Instead of the dark-haired M. Leigh Hudec that they had disliked in the other pilot, she now used the name Majel Barrett and wore a blond wig as Chapel. Majel remains the only actor to have contributed to every facet of the Star Trek phenomenon.

On August 6, 1969, Majel married Gene Roddenberry in Japan, in a traditional Buddhist-Shinto ceremony. They regarded this as their real wedding, but his divorce was not yet final and they made it legal with a civil ceremony on December 29, 1969. On February 5th, 1974, they welcomed the arrival of their newborn son, Eugene Wesley Roddenberry, Jr., known affectionately as “Rod.”

Since Roddenberry’s death, Barrett produced the sci-fi series Andromeda with Kevin Sorbo and Earth: Final Conflict. In 1996, Barrett, often called “The First Lady of Star Trek,” guest starred on Babylon 5, the science fiction series that was widely considered to be Star Trek’s challenger and competitor. Farther outside the Star Trek universe, Barrett appeared in A Guide to the Married Man with Walter Matthau, Westworld with Yul Brynner, and The Domino Principle with Gene Hackman, but her roles in such films were always small. She also voiced the computer in an episode of Family Guy

Most recently, she reprised her role as the voice of the USS Enterprise for the new movie, Star Trek XI. …”

http://www.roddenberry.com/?action=site.majel

 

Roddenberry

“…Majel Barrett Roddenberry passed away this morning, December 18, 2008, at 12:27 AM in her Bel Air home. She died peacefully, in her sleep, and was surrounded by family and loved ones.

“My mother truly acknowledged and appreciated the fact that Star Trek fans played a vital role in keeping the Roddenberry dream alive for the past 42 years. It was her love for the fans, and their love in return, that kept her going for so long after my father passed away.” – Eugene “Rod” Roddenberry, Jr.

http://www.roddenberry.com/

 

Majel Barrett-Roddenberry Has Passed Away at Age 76

By Matt Blum

“…There is very sad news today in the Star Trek world. Majel Barrett-Roddenberry, widow of Gene and known to fans as Nurse Chapel, the original Number One, Lwaxana Troi, and of course the voice of just about every Federation computer in every show and movie, has passed away at age 76. She had been fighting leukemia for some years, evidently, and unfortunately died of complications from the disease early this morning in California.

Barrett-Roddenberry will be fondly remembered by Star Trek fans forever for her work, which will—fittingly, one might say—end with the upcoming reboot of the franchise, in which she one last time performed the voice of the Enterprise computer. She had reportedly just completed her voiceover work on the movie when she passed away. …”

http://blog.wired.com/geekdad/2008/12/majel-barrett-r.html

 

The best of Majel Barrett-Roddenberry: video roundup

 by Adam McDowell

“…Following Majel Barrett-Roddenberry’s passage to the final frontier Thursday, our prime directive is to recognize that she didn’t just appear in every Star Trek series at one time or another, she served as a sort of Queen Mum of the franchise. Herewith, a roundup of four of the best Majel moments, as available on YouTube, demonstrating how she earned the title “the first lady of Star Trek.” …”

http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/theampersand/archive/2008/12/18/the-best-of-majel-barrett-roddenberry.aspx

 

 Star Trek-Amok Time Spock/Chapel scene

 

Lwaxana Troi and Captain Picard

 

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