A Black & White Night Live , the live album , was compiled and released posthumously from the television special. The album was released in February 1989 and included the songs "Blue Bayou" and "Claudette" that were cut from the original broadcast for time. However it did not include the song "Blue Angel" which was cut from the original broadcast for the same reason. The SACD/CD Hybrid Audio Disc includes "Blue Angel" as a bonus track - the SACD/CD Hybrid Disc is contained in a pack with the DVD released by Image Entertainment, USA (ID27700BDVD)

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A Love So Beautiful Track List

1. "In Dreams"
2. "Crying"
3. "I'm Hurtin'"
4. "Oh, Pretty Woman" (feat. Alex, Wesley, Roy Jr., Roy III)
5. "It's Over"
6. "Dream Baby" (feat. Alex, Roy Jr.)
7. "Blue Angel"
8. "Love Hurts"
9. "Uptown" (feat. Alex Orbison)
10. "Mean Woman Blues" (feat. Alex, Roy Jr.)
11. "Only the Lonely"
12. "Running Scared"
13. "I Drove All Night" (feat. Alex Orbison)
14. "You Got It"
15. "A Love So Beautiful" (feat. Alex Orbison)

Roy's youngest son, Alex Orbison, and co-editor Luke Chalk   combed through hundreds of hours of unseen footage from the show and assembled this new version of Black and White Night , which features the correct set order from that night. Bonus features include an unused alternate version of "Oh, Pretty Woman" and an unseen take on "Blue Angel." In addition, the set includes a near-mythical "secret concert" of five songs, which were filmed by Orbison, his band and various friends after the show had ended.

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