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      • Johnny Horton's Greatest Hits: 1961 "Sleepy-Eyed John" b/w "They'll Never Take Her Love from Me" 9 54 Honky-Tonk Man "Ole Slew-Foot" b/w "Miss Marcy" (from The Legendary Johnny Horton) 28 110 1962 "Honky-Tonk Man"(re-release) b/w "Words" (from The Legendary Johnny Horton) 11 96 1963 "All Grown Up" b/w "I'm A One-Woman Man" (from Honky-Tonk Man) Re-releases: 26
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  2. Johnny Horton's Greatest Hits 1961 A Country Legend 2015 The Spectacular Johnny Horton 1960 The Essential Johnny Horton 1960 The Battle of New Orleans (Digitally Remastered) 2010 American Originals: Johnny Horton 1989 Live Recordings from the Louisiana Hayride 2004 Featured On ’60s Country Essentials Apple Music Country Pop Hits: 1960

  3. And while other drum, fife, and banjo production numbers like "The Battle of New Orleans" and "Sink the Bismarck" come off well, albeit in small doses, more overwrought cuts like "Johnny Freedom" and "Jim Bridger" find this particular stylistic well running dry.

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  4. COUNTRY · 1961. Released in 1961 — just one year after his life was cut short in a collision with a drunk driver — this is the original collection of Johnny Horton’s most famous songs, and it has stood the test of time. Horton amassed an impressive body of work over the course of his abbreviated career, but his biggest song was “The ...

  5. Aug 10, 1999 · The Very Best of, Vol. 1 Merle Haggard 40,744 listeners Shoutbox About This Artist Johnny Horton 165,916 listeners John Gale "Johnny" Horton (April 30, 1925 – November 5, 1960) was an American country music and rockabilly singer most famous for his semi-folk, so-called "saga songs" w… read more Trending Tracks Features

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