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Whispering Pines - Johnny Horton - Battle Of New Orleans (Cassette, Album)

| 11.07.2019

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  • Akijora says:
    Whispering pines, whispering pines tell me is it so album: "The Spectacular Johnny Horton" () The Battle Of New Orleans. Whispering Pines. The First Train Headin' South. Lost Highway. Joe's Been A-Gittin' There. Sam Magee. When It's Springtime .
  • Kazrajin says:
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  • Kinris says:
    "North to Alaska," Sink The Bismark," "Johnny Reb," and especially "The Battle of New Orleans," are all fun little history lessons courtesy of one of rock's originals; Johnny Horton. This collection's really just a primer with just 25 minutes of playing time. In today's age of the 74 minute CD, this is a major rip/5(6).
  • Moktilar says:
    Aug 23,  · 21 songs, 55 minutes of rare, live Johnny Horton performances from the s and s. All the hits are here, North To Alaska, Battle Of New Orleans, Sink T Skip navigation.
  • Fektilar says:
    Editors’ Notes Released in — 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 Battle of New Orleans.”.
  • Volkis says:
    Listen online to Johnny Horton - The Battle of New Orleans and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists.
  • Nekasa says:
    I don't know any other horten songs so I really don't have anything to compare it to, but I will say it has Horton's version of "Rock Island Line" and it is by far the best version I've ever heard. Also on this albulm from what I remember, Whispering Pines Johnny Reb Sink the Bismark North to Alaska Battle of New Orleans Honky-tonk Man/5(2).
  • Samubar says:
    A rousing rendition of folksinger Jimmie Driftwood's War of number "The Battle of New Orleans," which topped both the country and pop charts for weeks. Riding a winner, Horton kept the momentum going with the Civil War-themed "Johnny Reb," and "Sink the Bismarck," based on a World War II naval battle/5().
  • Dasar says:
    Johnny Horton ‎– Johnny Horton On Stage The Battle Of New Orleans: A5: All For The Love Of A Girl: B1: Got The Bull By The Horns: B2: Whispering Pines: B3: Sal's Got A Sugar Lip: B4: According to the liner notes, this Johnny Horton album is "an album of songs that he introduced on stage." There is some truth to that, as we can hear.

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