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Bill Dees

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Real name
William Marvin Dees
Born
January 24, 1939
Died
October 24, 2012
Country
United States
IPI
00007734493 18 works
00007734787 29 works
00072542094 3 works
Affiliation
BMI
Comments
Songwriter, singer and guitarist.
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Songs written by Bill Dees

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
Best Friend Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison December 22, 1966 Covered by Johnny Cash
Borne on the Wind Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison January 4, 1963 Covered by (2 artists)
Breakin' Up Is Breakin' My Heart Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison November 11, 1965 Covered by Ted Herold - Orchester Boris Jojic
Communication Breakdown Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison October 28, 1966 Covered by (4 artists)
Crawling Back Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison July 8, 1965 Covered by P.J. Proby
Good Time Party Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison August 10, 1966 Covered by Bob Moore and His Orchestra
How Do You Start Over Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison March 7, 1969 Covered by Bob Luman
It's Over Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison March 10, 1964 Covered by (42 artists)
My Friend Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison January 21, 1969 Covered by Arlene Hardin
Oh, Pretty Woman Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison and The Candy Men August 1, 1964 Covered by (191 artists)
Pistolero Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison August 10, 1966 Covered by (3 artists)
Ride Away Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison July 8, 1965 Covered by (3 artists)
River Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison August 9, 1966 Covered by Bob Moore and His Orchestra
Rollin' On Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison August 11, 1966 Covered by Waldemar Matu┼íka
Satisfy Me and I'll Satisfy You Bill Dees Clinton Gregory 1991 Covered by Duane Michaels
Sugar Man Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison February 15, 1968 Covered by Bob Luman
Talk Back Larry Henley, Bill Dees Nat Stuckey December 1969 Covered by The Knapp Brothers
The Fastest Guitar Alive Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison August 9, 1966 Covered by (2 artists)
There Won't Be Many Coming Home Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison November 25, 1966 Covered by (2 artists)
Walk On Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison April 11, 1968 Covered by (2 artists)
Yo te amo Maria Roy Orbison, Bill Dees Roy Orbison and The Candy Men August 1, 1964 Covered by (5 artists)