Frozen Orange Juice

Album: The Best of Peter Sarstedt (1969)
Charted: 10 116

Songfacts®:

  • "Frozen Orange Juice" was the follow up to "Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)?" Running to around 3 minutes 11 seconds, it has a light, almost whimsical melody, big production including orchestra, and unlike the former is an overtly commercial song.

    Written by Sarstedt, arranged by Ian Green and produced by Ray Singer, it was released initially on United Artists backed by "Aretusa Loser."
  • Frozen orange juice is a cool treat on a summer day. In this innocent, whimsical song, Sarstedt sings about buying another one for his girl, as they enjoy a romp through the hills of Madrid. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2

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