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You Got It - Roy Orbison - Mystery Girl (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Feb 03,  · Mystery Girl — Deluxe comprises the album’s original 10 songs, spearheaded by “California Blue,” She’s a Mystery to Me,” and the Top Ten smash “You Got It” — Orbison’s first.
  2. Once that record began its run up the charts, Lynne and Orbison completed the album that became Mystery Girl, but the record didn't come out until February , a few months after Roy 's tragic death.
  3. May 19,  · Mystery Girl was the last album recorded by Roy before his death just months later. Ordering music from Amazon is the ideal means of accessing any music and especially if you have Amazon Prime. Not only did I receive the CD exactly as promised, but with Prime I also received the MP3 download automatically to my Kindle for FREE/5().
  4. Label: Virgin - TC-TCV,Virgin - TCV • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Soft Rock Roy Orbison - Mystery Girl (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore5/5.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Mystery Girl on Discogs. Label: Virgin - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Brazil • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Soft Rock.
  6. " You Got It " is a song from Roy Orbison 's twenty-second studio album, Mystery Girl (). The song was released in January with "The Only One" as the B-side, and according to the Official Roy Orbison Discography by Orbison researcher Marcel Riesco, released again with "Crying" (version with k.d. lang) shortly thereafter.
  7. The original Mystery Girl is a stone cold classic and if you don't have a copy already, the re-issued deluxe edition should be high on your shopping list. Classics such as "Careless Heart", "You got it", "She's a Mystery to Me" and "The Comedians" make this album stand up to repeat listenings and even the weakest track (Dream You) is very good/5().
  8. About Mystery Girl [Bonus Track] Mystery Girl is the twenty-second album by American singer Roy Orbison. It was completed in November , a month before his death at the age of 52, and according to the official Roy Orbison discography by Marcel Riesco, .