Roy Orbison, who would have been 75 tomorrow, kicked off his musical career as a rockabilly from Vernon, Texas. His early material, even his best known early number "Ooby Dooby," issued on the iconic Memphis label Sun Records, had only modest success in 1956. He fared no better during a brief stay at RCA Victor. but from 1960 to 1964 defined himself for all time with his groundbreaking records on Fred Foster's Nashville-based Monument Records. The Orbison everyone remembers, "Only The Lonely," " Runnin' Scared," "Crying," "Blue Bayou" "In Dreams" and of course, "Oh, Pretty Woman" remain recordings that half a century and many new technologies later, have lost none of their musical or dramatic power. That's right. Dramatic.