Chubby Wise & His Fiddle - Orange Blossom Special mp3 flac download
|Performer:||Chubby Wise & His Fiddle|
|Title:||Orange Blossom Special|
|MP3 album size:||1950 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1387 mb|
|Digital formats:||AA MPC AUD DMF AU RA DMF|
The fiddle tune "Orange Blossom Special", about the passenger train of the same name . 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 Johnny Cash named his 1965 album after the song. The song was also recorded by Bill Ramsey and Don Paulin
Orange Blossom Special. Chubby Wise & His Fiddle. Orange Blossom Special (7").
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 often called simply The Special. It has been referred to as the fiddle player's national anthem. For a long time no fiddle player would be hired for a bluegrass band unless he could play it.
Tracklist: 1. Orange Blossom Special, 2. 3 O’Clock In The Morning, 3. Stone’s Rag, 4. Up A Lazy River, 5. Down Yonder, 6. Red Wing, 7. Maiden’s Prayer, 8. Chubby’s Hornpipe, 9. Danny Boy, 10. Daddy Blues, 11. Sweet Bunch Of Daisies, 12. Cacklin’ He. More albums from Chubby Wise: Tennessee Fiddler Chubby Wise And The Rainbow Ranch Boys by Chubby Wise. Chubby At His Best by Chubby Wise. Waltzes by Chubby Wise. View all albums . Chubby Wise And His Fiddle (Nuff Sed). By: Chubby Wise (1969, Folk, World, & Country). 1. Orange Blossom Special. 2. 3 O’Clock In The Morning.
Robert Russell (Chubby) Wise, a leading bluegrass fiddler who collaborated on the showpiece "Orange Blossom Special," died on Saturday in Bowie, Md. He was 80 and lived in Glen St. Mary, Fla. As a member of Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys in the 1940's, Mr. Wise helped define the sound of bluegrass fiddling: a mixture of the drone double-stops of mountain music, the bent and sliding notes of rural blues and a speedy, swinging, daredevil virtuosity. Mr. Wise moved in 1938 to Gainesville, Fl. where he joined the Jubilee Hillbillies, who had a daily morning radio show. In 1942 he joined Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys, and stayed with the group for most of the decade, completing its classic lineup alongside Lester Flatt on guitar and Earl Scruggs on banjo.
Orange Blossom Special with a Texas Twist. Chubby Wise - What a Friend We Have In Jesus. Annie plays Orange blossom special. Bistodeau Family Band ~ Orange Blossom Special ~ Weiser National Fiddle Contest 2011.
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Orange Blossom Special is a standard bluegrass song written in 1938 by Ervin T. Rouse & Gordon Rouse, about the passenger train of the same name. It’s so famous in bluegrass circles that it’s often referred to as the Fiddle Players' National Anthem. Indeed, there was once a campaign to make it the Florida State Song! Johnny Cash named his 1965 album after the song and opened the album with it. While bluegrass performers tend to play it as strictly an instrumental, Cash sang the lyrics, and (some would say, blasphemously) replaced the fiddle parts with two harmonicas.
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