|A1||North To Alaska|
|A2||All Grown Up|
|B1||Take Me Like I Am|
|B2||Honky Tonk Mind|
|B3||I'll Do It Every Time|
|B4||I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Livin'|
|HS 11384||Johnny Horton||The Legendary Johnny Horton (LP, Comp)||Harmony||HS 11384||US||1970|
|HS 11384, 311||Johnny Horton||The Legendary Johnny Horton (LP, Comp)||Harmony , Harmony||HS 11384, 311||New Zealand||Unknown|
|MFP-5823||Johnny Horton||The Legendary Johnny Horton (LP, Comp)||Music For Pleasure||MFP-5823||Australia||Unknown|
|MFP 7008||Johnny Horton||The Legendary Johnny Horton (LP, Comp)||Music For Pleasure||MFP 7008||Australia||Unknown|
|HC 15025||Johnny Horton||The Legendary Johnny Horton (LP, Comp, RE)||Harmony||HC 15025||Australia||Unknown|
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.
Counterfeit Love" or "Miss Marcy" hardly represent this artist at his best, so why include them on such a short collection which promises examples of The Legendary Johnny Horton. Words" is interesting, one of the rare efforts of Horton as a solo songwriter.
Audio CD, Original recording remastered, July 30, 2002. North To Alaska And Other Great Hits - The Early Album Collection 2CD SET. Johnny Horton. Greatest Hits by Johnny Horton.
Features Song Lyrics for Johnny Horton's Classic Country - Legendary Country album. Johnny Horton - Classic Country - Legendary Country Album. Artist: Johnny Horton. Send "Johnny Horton" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Classic Country - Legendary Country. 0. 1. The Battle of New Orleans.
Penpal from Chambersburg, Pa"Despite Johnny Horton's wild-at-heart looks and voice, he was a man haunted for years by ominous premonitions of his own death. Like the psychic he claimed to be, Horton came eerily close to predicting the manner of his He died on November 5, 1960, in an automobile accident at the Little River Bridge on Highway 7. .My mother had an entire album called "Johnny Horton Makes History" that she would play for her high school classes in an effort to drum up interest. I don't know if it worked for the students, but my brothers and I know this song, "Sink the Bismarck", "Comanche The Brave Horse", "Jim Bridger" and "Johnny Freedom" by heart. Dee, I found the album on CD and gave it to my youngest brother a couple of Christmases ago. Good luck!