Johnny Horton, Billy Barton - Country Treasure Series Vol1 mp3 album
label Stampede's Country Treasure Series, Vol. 1 collects 34 tracks from country legend Johnny Horton' s early years, 26 of which have never been released. The collection focuses primarily on Horton's honky tonk material, not on the historical narratives like "Battle of New Orleans," "North to Alaska," and "Sink the Bismarck" that brought him fame later in his career
aka Hillbilly Barton. Born 1929 in Kentucky, died 2011 in Florida. 1952 first recordings for Abbott Records, together with the untill then unknown Johnny Horton. In 1954 he married the singer Wanda Wayne and recorded a few duets with her. 1955 he signed to King Records (3). In 1958 he released his first Rockabilly singles on the small Fire label. In 1962 he used the pseudonym, alias "Laurel London" to release "Don't Knock The Rock". Later was a songwritter for Benny Martin and Rose Maddox. His most famous composition was "A Dear John Letter"
Johnny Horton & Billy Barton. Rockabilly Pioneers: The Origins of Rockabilly.
Johnny Horton & Billy Barton. Overview (current section). Country Treasure Series Vol 1. 11 listeners.
Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 is a compilation album by country singer Johnny Cash, released in 1967 (see 1967 in music) on Columbia Records. It is notable in that it marks the first appearance of "Jackson", Cash's famous duet with his future wife, June Carter. The track would appear on Carryin' On with Johnny Cash and June Carter in August of that same year. The album was certified Gold on 7/24/1969 and Platinum and 2x Platinum on 11/21/1986 by the RIAA. Album – Billboard (North America).
Artist: Johnny Horton & Billy Barton. Album: Rockabilly Pioneers: The Origins of Rockabilly. Barton, Billy Barton, Johnny Horton, Johnny Horton & Billy Barton - Bawlin' Baby Hillbilly Fever, 2012 02:18. Johnny Horton & Billy Barton - Bawlin´ Baby Rock-A-Billy Rave, Vol. 7, 2012 02:21. Artist: Johnny Horton & Billy Barton.
John LaGale "Johnny" Horton (April 30, 1925 – November 5, 1960) was an American country music, honky tonk and rockabilly singer and musician, during the 1950s and early 1960s, best known for his international hits beginning with the 1959 single "The Battle of New Orleans", which was awarded the 1960 Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Recording.
Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid is the 12th studio album and first soundtrack album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on July 13, 1973 by Columbia Records for the Sam Peckinpah film, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. Dylan himself appeared in the film as the character "Alias".
Johnny Horton & Billy Barton Bawlin' Baby. Johnny Horton & Billy Barton Bawlin' Baby.
|2||Honky Tonk Jelly Roll Blues|
|3||Give Me Back My Picture|
|5||I'll Fill A Drunkard's Dirty Grave ( No.1)|
|6||Go And Wash Those Dirty Feet ( No.1)|
|8||It's A Long Rocky Road|
|9||Banks Of The Beautiful Nile|
|10||In My Home In Shelby County|
|11||Talk, Gobbler, Talk|
|13||First Train Headin' South|
|14||Go And Wash Those Dirty Feet (No.2)|
|15||I'm A Fishing Man|
|16||I'll Fill A Drunkard's Grave (No.2)|
|17||Blue Eyes You Turned Me Blue|
|19||My Love Keeps Travelling On|
|20||Is My Heart Just a Toy?|
|21||It's All Wrong|
|22||Send Me Your Love In A Letter|
|23||Can't Get Rid Of The Memory|
|24||The Blue Of Your Love Is Dying|
|26||The Old Spanish Waltz|
|28||Blues In The Blue Of The Night|
|29||Baby I'm Taking A Ride|
|31||Somebody's Rockin' My Broken Heart|
|32||The Way She Said I Love You|
|33||Who Will You Cry To Then|
NotesTracks 2-15 Johnny Horton
Tracks 17-30 Billy Barton
Tracks 1,16,31 Johnny Horton and Billy Barton
Track 32 Wanda Wayne and Billy Barton
Track 33 Wanda Wayne
Track 34 Billy Barton and Wanda Wayne