Great album! I have loved it from day one.
Sadao Watanabe(as,sn) Russell Ferrante(key) Robben Ford(eg) Abraham Laboriel(eb) William Kennedy(ds) Alex Acuna(per) 1987
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The fiddle tune "Orange Blossom Special", about the passenger train of the same name, was written by Ervin T. Rouse (1917-1981) in 1938. The original recording was created by Ervin and Gordon Rouse in 1939. It is considered the best known fiddle tune of the twentieth century and is often called simply The Special. It has been referred to as "the fiddle player's national anthem". It happened during the maiden run of the new streamlined train at the Jacksonville Seaboard Railroad Station that Ervin T. Rouse and Robert Russell "Chubby" Wise saw this train. Rouse and Wise wrote the song as a fiddle tune. It has been called the best known fiddle tune of the twentieth century. The tune was first recorded by Ervin and his brother Gordon one year later in New York. Bill Monroe recorded Rouse and Wise's tune in 1942 (with Art Wooten on fiddle) and popularized the tune. Johnny Cash named his 1965 album after the song. The song was also recorded by Bill Ramsey and Don Paulin. The Orange Blossom Special was a deluxe passenger train operated primarily by the Seaboard Air Line Railroad between New York City and Miami in the United States. The train was handled by the Pennsylvania Railroad from New York City to Washington, D.C., the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad from Washington to Richmond, and the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from Richmond via Raleigh, Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville to Miami. A section went to Tampa and St. Petersburg, as a winter season only service. Inaugurated on November 21, 1925, the service was the brainchild of SAL president S. Davies Warfield, who wanted to capitalize on the booming development that was taking place in Florida at the time. Warfield believed that Florida was a land of opportunity, and with the addition of fast, luxurious train travel, he could lure influential (not to mention wealthy) business leaders to the Sunshine State.
Sadao Watanabe, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Kevin Eubanke, Victor Bailey, Vinnie Colaiuta, Mino Cinelu 1986
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Tahlequah High School's Orange Express performance at the 2018 OSSAA marching contest.
Orange Blossom Special je původně skladba pro housle ve stylu bluegrass. Jejím autorem je houslista Ervin T. Rouse. Napsána byla v roce 1938, veřejnost si ji mohla poprvé poslechnout v roce 1939. Tuto verzi, z pořadu Zelenáči v bílém, hraje na housle pozdější oficiální kapelník Greenhornů Petr Bryndač
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Orange Express · Miami Sound Machine Eyes Of Innocence ℗ 1984 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. Producer: Emilio Estefan, Jr. Vocal: Gloria M. Estefan Composer, Lyricist: S. Watanabe Engineer: Eric Schilling Guitar: Wesley B. Wright Composer, Lyricist: L. B. Wright Engineer: Joe Arlotta Percussion: Jr. Emilio Estefan Assistant Engineer: Ted Stein Drums: Enrigue "Kiki" Garcia Keyboards: Roger Fisher Synthesizer: Betty Cortes Arranger: Hector Garrido Arranger: Lou Pace Arranger: William Sanchez Associated Performer: Rubens Basini Associated Performer: Joe Galdo Associated Performer: Eddie Calle Associated Performer: Lawrence P. Dermer Bass: Juan Marcos Avila Harmonica: Gustavo Lezcano Trumpet: Victor Lopez Trumpet: Leo Villar Trombone: Luis Pérez Auto-generated by YouTube.