Judging from the inert version of his own "Go! Go! Go!" on disc one of this four-disc, five-hour box set, Roy Orbison wasn't up to the elementary rhythmic demands of rockabilly. He'd enjoy a minor Sun Records hit in 1956 with "Ooby Dooby" (a piece of graceless nonsense whose title suggests a blind, flightless bird), but his later rockabilly recordings, many produced by Jack Clement and Bill Justis, went nowhere. Sun mastermind Sam Phillips called the Texas singer's voice "pure gold" but decried his lack of image—"I also knew if anyone got a look at him, he'd be dead inside of a... More >>>