Cal Golden's Arkansas Mountain Boys - Orange Blossom Special / Black Mountain Rag Album
|1||Orange Blossom Special|
Fiddle – Jack Carter
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Fiddle – Jack Carter
- Record Company – Old Timer Record Co.
Orange Blossom Special. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Foggy Mountain Breakdown. Earl Scruggs. Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys. Orange Blossom Special is the 21st album released by musician Johnny Cash on Columbia Records in 1965. The recordings include country and folk standards, such as The Long Black Veil, When It's Springtime in Alaska, Danny Boy and Wildwood Flower. The song that gave the title to the album was Orange Blossom Special, released previous to the album, it became a success. At the time it was recorded, the authorship of the song was not widely known, being commonly covered by diverse artists. Orange Blossom Special - The Johnson Mountain Boys. Shady Grove. The Blackwater Boys. Исполнитель: Arizona Smoke Revue. Tommy Jones at Boots's club. Black Mountain Rag and Orange Blossom Golden's Arkansas Mountain Boys recorded instrumental music for square dancing. Featuring Harry Raby on piano. 78 rpm records on the Old Timer label out of Phoenix, Mountain Rag. Companies, etc. Record Company Old Timer Record Co. Red labels. Cal Golden's Arkansas Mountain Boys - Orange Blossom Special, Black Mountain Rag PDF review. Related at Cal Golden's Arkansas Mountain Boys - Orange Blossom Special, Black Mountain Rag: Stanley Brothers And The Clinch Mountain Boys - Stanley Brothers And The Clinch Mountain Boys. Doc & Merle Watson - Black Mountain Rag. Tommy Hunter's Carolina String Band - Orange Blossom Special. Fiddling Mutt Poston And The Farm Hands - Hoedown Volume 5. Danny Davis & The Nashvil. Watch the video for Orange Blossom Special from The Johnson Mountain Boys's At the Old Schoolhouse for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Johnson Mountain Boys were a popular bluegrass band throughout the 1980s from the Washington, D. Their style favored a more traditional approach to bluegrass than some of their contemporaries. They released ten albums and toured widely, playing venues such as Madison Square Garden, The White House, the Lincoln Center and the Grand Ole Opry in the United States. Other tours took them around the world to England, Japan, and Africa. This song is by The Johnson Mountain Boys and appears on the compilation Steel Rails: Classic Railroad Songs, Volume 1 1997. All aboard. What's that EddyAmtrakHot streak Nominate as Song of the Day. Hype Machine: search for The Johnson Mountain Boys , Orange Blossom Special