The Orange blossom special, writing in 1938 by Erwin T Rouse, is one of the most popular song in the U.S.A.
Erwin began its career with his brother Jimmie by accompanying the show of a travelling charlatan who sold laxative, herb teas and tonics. On the poster everybody could read "the largest player of violin in the World".
This instrumental was discovered in France, with the version electrified of the Spotnicks, and those of our virtuosos of the accordion... I prefer by far, the versions with the fiddles, harmonica, and those sung by Johnny Cash and the others.
But above all, it is a splendid train, of the company Seabord Airline Railroad, which connected New York to Philadelphia, Washington, Richmond, Raleigh, Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville, and Miami. A section of the line went to Tempa and St Petersburg on the Western of Florida. This line existed of 1925 to 1953.
Take your ticket, your luggage, and come to make a trip on the Orange Blossom Special.
By clicking on oranges under Menu, you will find , music, tabs, lyrics and photographs