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CD D 557

BILLY BARTON a.k.a Johnny Grimes & Hillbilly Barton CD 557


Billy Barton recorded under several stage names and was a true pioneer of both country and rockabilly. He was also a prolific and successful songwriter whose Dear John Letter has become a duet classic, recorded by (among others) Skeeter Davis & Bobby Bare, Ernest Tubb & Loretta Lynn as well as the original 1953 Jean Shepard & Ferlin Huskey smash hit. Our CD includes a couple of Barton’s 1952 duets with his friend, a young Johnny Horton. 10 of the tracks feature Barton's then wife, feisty voiced Wanda Wayne.

Price: USD $16.00           


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Track listing:

- Somebody's Rockin' My Broken Heart
- Bawlin' Baby
- Strange Affection
- No Interest
- She's A Good Ole Gal
- Never Satisfied
- My Darlin' Liza Lou
- You Made Me Love You (With A Twinkle In Your Eye)
- You Will Always Be In My Heart
- Blues In The Blue Of The Night
- Who Would You Cry To
- These Three Little Words
- Don't Forget To Write
- Take Your Tears (To The One Who Took Your Kisses)
- I Cried My Eyes Out Over You
- What's The Matter With Me
- You're You
- That Word Called Love
- I Gotta Go Get My Baby
- The Light Across The River
- The Song You Just Played
- Pardon Me, Old Buddy
- What God Has Put Together, Let No Man Tear Apart
- Why Don't They Leave Her Alone
- Do You Love Me, Do You Love Me
- I'm Turning Over A New Leaf
- Turn Your Fire Down
- Catch Your Lover

Price: USD $16.00           

How to buy

Listen to sample tracks:

Strange Affection

Do You Love Me, Do You Love Me