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8 thoughts on “ Johnny Horton / Charlie Walker (2) - The Battle Of New Orleans / Pick Me Up On Your Way Down (Vinyl)

  1. 7" Single on 45cat: Johnny Horton - The Battle Of New Orleans / Pick Me Up On Your Way Down - Columbia - Japan - LL
  2. The Battle of New Orleans was a real event. Near the end of the War of , British troops attacked the city, but were defeated by American forces. The song was written by Jimmy Driftwood, an Arkansas high school principal and history teacher who loved singing and writing songs. He often wrote.
  3. The Battle of New Orleans by Johnny Horton is part of folk music tradition in/by United States of America. Folk Music of United States of America is traditionally brother to some other region(s) in the world. If you want to listen to song(s) in the same genre or with the same root with The Battle of New Orleans (or folk music of United States of America), other than checking United States of.
  4. The Fantastic Johnny Horton ( Gram Vinyl) HORTON. out of 5 stars 2. Vinyl. $ my dad and I where washing his truck in our front yard when I climbed in to wipe down the interior. I found the cassette buried in his console and popped it in, I don't think I was much use after that. Battle of New Orleans Honky-tonk Man Commanche 5/5(1).
  5. The song was written by Jimmy Driftwood, at the end of the 50s, Jimmy was a high school principal in Arkansas, and a history teacher, he loved to sing, and for his students to learn and have fun, he wrote songs with facts that happened in history. So came the song of, the battle of New Orleans, The melody is based on the well-known American song "The 8th of January", which was the date of the.
  6. Aug 21,  · The music is, of course, by Johnny Horton. It's a classic American folk song that many are familiar with about a battle that took place in January , after the signing of the peace treaty that ended the War of The scenes with lots of minifigs marching were done by me and my multi-talented cousin James "The Janitor.".
  7. In the #4 song in the charts was Battle of New Orleans by Johnny Horton. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Pop song now.

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