This is the next installment of Third Man's ongoing partnership with Sun Records with each release remaining faithful to it's original issue. They've replicated the classic logo and label design and coupled it with a custom sleeve that employs the rooster that Sun founder Sam Phillips regretted losing when the label stopped pressing 78's and moved exclusively to 45's. While largely overshadowed by the pop hits he crafted for Monument later in his career, Roy Orbison's work for Sun is deserving of praise. From the aching of "Ooby Dooby" or the proto rockabilly of "Go! Go! Go!" Roy's work here is solid and energetic enough that all of Texas should be proud. This 7" single features The Big O's "Sweet And Easy To Love" b/w "Devil Doll."