Search My Listings: Add to Favorite Stores Upcoming products Sign up for Store newsletter Music Cd's Children / Family Christian / Gospel Classical Country Easy Listening / Oldies Jazz / Blues Karaoke Misc. Pop / Rock R&B Rap / Hip Hop Soundtrack World Music Wholesale Lots DVD's Vintage Vinyl Children / Family Christian / Gospel Classical Country Easy Listening / Oldies Holiday / Seasonal Jazz / Blues Pop / Rock R&B / Doo Wop Soundtrack Wholesale Lots Picture Sleeves Deals & Steals! Want to do a ? Check our eCRATER store for thousands of titles, all available for immediate purchase. New store and product items posted daily!Check out our other products (and store) because after these treasures are producted, who knows when you'll see that title/release again, if ever! This is your chance to own a piece of historyCOLUMBIA 41339 45 + PS JOHNNY HORTON Battle New OrleansThe history of this vintage vinyl:This vintage vinyl all comes from the same collection. This collection was originally willed to the library at the University of South Florida, in Tampa, by a benefactor in Sarasota. The collection was never used or displayed by the library due to lack of resources. This collection is well over 20,000 pieces, all of which we will be listing on eCRATER over the coming months. Read more about this collectionIf you would like a better scan of an item, dead wax markings, or a sound snippet, please email us before looking and we will try to accommodate any request, time permitting. Most images bear our watermark, but of course, this does not appear on the item you buy :) Johnny Horton (April 30, 1925 – November 5, 1960) was an American country music singer who was most famous for his semi-folk, so-called "saga songs". With them, he had several major crossover hits, most notably in 1959 with "The Battle of New Orleans" which won the 1960 Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Recording. The song was honored with a Grammy Hall of Fame Award and in 2001 was named number 333 of the Songs of the Century.Artist: Johnny HortonLabel: Columbia (see scans for label condition)A Side: The battle of New OrleansB Side: All for the love of a girlVinyl Condition: VG/VG+Sleeve Condition: Original picture sleeve with age related yellowing/staining/ring wear/fading/edge wear/scuffing/the right edge has a rough tear almost all the way down (plus new generic white)Catalog: 4-41339Inventory location: 150 Be sure to bookmark our products as we will be listing hundreds of these rare treasures every Sunday night, and new store items everyday!We have had buyders ask why we start all our record products at low opening buys with no reserve, even with extremely rare and valuable records. We believe that products should be true products, with the high buyder always winning the item. Secret reserves make no sense and frustrate buyers, so we don’t use them. And we believe that buyers will understand the value of the records we sell and will buy accordingly. Low opening buys and no reserves - always!! Template and stylesheet copyright 2006 Highland product Services Inc.Please ask all questions before looking :)Due to the ease of copying of music, all items are sold as-is, no returns, no exchanges, no refundsSome artist bio information obtained from: Wikipedia: The free encyclopedia. http://www.wikipedia.orgSimple shipping!Pay a flat rate for shipping, and add additional items* for just $1.50 s/h each, when you make one payment every 7 days. Not sure what to pay? Just ask for a combined invoice!.Simple Payments!We accept: Paypal US Funds only please! Don't forget to ask for an invoice if unsure what/how to pay!All vinyl is shipped in professional quality record mailers. Simply perfect!Condition is a subjective thing.. We use a modified version of the Goldmine grading standard. It is modified because we are unable to play every vintage vinyl listing. Our system is based on a conversative visual inspection as follows:Mint (M): Absolutely perfect in every way, we would only use this grade with a sealed itemNear Mint (NM): No obvious signs of play/wear. VG+: Some signs of play, possibly some slight scuffs or very light scratches that shouldn't affect listening experience. VG: Possible surface noise upon play, light scratches. Good (G): Plays fine without skipping but has surface noise, scratches and/or visible groove wear. Label and sleeve condition is noted within the item description. Label scans are for detail only, we do not have a high detail scanner, show image often shows worse than item actually is!We do not list poor/fair condition vinyl (although as yet we haven't even come across one in this condition in this collection!) unless very rare or highly collectibleWe do not know how the purchased item will sound when played by the buyer. We can only make reasonable inference on the record's condition based on its visual appearance. The buyders should be cautioned that every buy carries a risk that the purchased item will underperform, or play worse than its visual grade may indicate. In addition, play-grading standards are utterly subjective: one buyders light, tolerable surface noise is another buyders unbearable, degrading clatter. Our grading standards are not subject to dispute or debate, either during or after the product. buyders who have any doubts that our grading is up to their standards should either seek clarification from us while the product is still in progress, or refrain from looking altogether. Got something to Sell?I am a Registered Trading Assistant - I can sell items for you!