Orange Blossom Special

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Blossom, Texas - Education
... The City of Blossom is served by the Prairiland Independent School District. ...
At Folsom Prison - Track Listing - Legacy Edition (2008)
... "Orange Blossom Special" Ervin T ... "Orange Blossom Special" Rouse 336 15 ... Stuart Performance of "Hangman" Ronda Sherley "Glen Sherley's My Last Day" Folsom Inmate Lefty "Orange Blossom Special Harmonica" ...
Orange Blossom Special (train)
... 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 ... and his rival Florida East Coast Railway in attracting travelers to the southeast, the Orange Blossom Special became quite famous in its own right ... the Pennsylvania Railroad as chef on the celebrated all-Pullman New York-to-Florida train the Orange Blossom Special—the most luxurious winter-season train ever devised by man ...
At Folsom Prison - Recording
... Following "Orange Blossom Special", Cash included a few "slow, ballad-type songs", including "Send a Picture of Mother" and "The Long Black Veil", and then followed with three. 25 Minutes to Go" "I'm Not in Your Town to Stay" "Orange Blossom Special" "The Long Black Veil" "Send a Picture of Mother" "The Wall" "Dirty Old Egg-Sucking ...

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