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Anita Bryant - The Orange Bird Song Album

Anita Bryant - The Orange Bird Song Album

Performer: Anita Bryant
Title: The Orange Bird Song
Style: Swing, Romantic, Easy Listening
Released: 1971
Cat#: STER-3991
Country: US
Label: Disneyland
Size MP3 version: 1283 mb
Size FLAC version: 2271 mb
Size WMA version: 1118 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 736
Genre: Jazz / Pop / Classical / For children

Anita Bryant - The Orange Bird Song Album


Tracklist

1Orange Tree
2The Orange Bird Song

Credits

  • Music By, Lyrics ByRichard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman
  • ProducerCamarata

Notes

© 1971
Printed in U.S.A.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Hand-etched]): LG 823A X-9754
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [Hand-etched]): LG 823B X-9755

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Walt Disney Productions

Album

The Orange Bird by Anita Bryant. Explore - Anita Bryant. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Anita Bryant. Hawaiian Wedding Song. Orange Bird appeared on national television, print and radio ads for Florida oranges alongside singer Anita Bryant. In 1971, Bryant narrated a record album telling the character's story. The album included an illustrated 10-page storybook, and included back-up singing by the Mike Sammes Singers. The Sherman Brothers wrote The Orange Bird Song song which became the theme song for Orange Bird. Orange Bird became a ubiquitous citrus icon, particularly throughout the State of Florida and United States. Orange Bird is featured in exhibits at the Orange County Regional History Museum in Orlando, Florida and McKay Archives at Florida Southern College. Anita Bryant. Orange Bird. Tracks In This Album. The Orange Bird Song - Anita Bryant. Orange Tree - Anita Bryant. Similar Artists. Similar Releases. 2020 CLiGGO MUSIC. Apps & Devices. The Orange Bird Song, written by the Sherman Brothers, tells about the Orange Bird and what makes him unique. Recorded by Anita Bryant for Disneyland Records. Her second album, Hear Anita Bryant in Your Home Tonight 1961, contains Paper Roses and Wonderland by Night, as well as several songs that first appeared in her singles. She also sang the Orange Bird Song and narrated the Orange Bird record album, with music written by the Sherman Brothers. Bryant performed the National Anthem at Super Bowl III in 1969. Bryant hosted a two-hour television special, The Anita Bryant Spectacular, in March 1980. She recounted her autobiography, appeared in medleys of prerecorded songs, and interviewed Pat Boone. The West Point Glee Club and General William Westmoreland participated. Little Orange Bird, Little Orange Bird, In the Sunshine Tree. in the Sunshine Tree. Won't you think of something sunny just for me Think of funny thoughts. Think a funny thought. Or a sunny word. That will make me happy, little Orange Bird. He thinks beautiful orange pictures, and beautiful orange words. Though his little beak, can't even peep a squeak. The Orange Bird is a character created as a mascot by Disney in 1970 for the Florida Citrus Growers' Association and became a prominently featured character in Magic Kingdom's Adventureland at the Sunshine Tree Terrace located near Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room