|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Even Steven||2||Audio||1964||Sims Records|
|2||Doorway To Heaven / The Devil, My Conscience And I||2||Audio||1958||Fire (6)|
|3||You Will Always Be In My Heart / Blues In The Blue Of The Night||4||Audio||Grande (2)|
|4||Even Steven||2||Audio||1964||Sims Records|
|5||Doorway To Heaven / The Devil, My Conscience And I||2||Audio||1958||Radio (2)|
aka Hillbilly Barton. Born 1929 in Kentucky, died 2011 in Florida. 1952 first recordings for Abbott Records, together with the untill then unknown [a364545]. In 1954 he married the singer Wanda Wayne and recorded a few duets with her.
1955 he signed to [l47558]. In 1958 he released his first Rockabilly singles on the small Fire label.
In 1962 he used the pseudonym / alias "Laurel London" to release "Don't Knock The Rock".
Later was a songwritter for Benny Martin and Rose Maddox. His most famous composition was "A Dear John Letter".