Marty Robbins – The Ballad of the Alamo, A number of songwriters have also been inspired by the Battle of the Alamo. Tennessee Ernie Ford’s “The Ballad of Davy Crockett” spent 16 weeks on the country music charts, peaking at number 4 in 1955. Marty Robbins recorded a version of the song “The Ballad of the Alamo” in 1960 which spent 13 weeks on the pop charts, peaking at number 34. “Remember the Alamo”, written by Texas folk singer and songwriter Jane Bowers, was recorded by The Kingston Trio, Johnny Cash, Tex Ritter, Donovan and others.
Marty Robbins – The Ballad of the Alamo
B-side “A Time And A Place For Everything”
Songwriter(s) D. Tiomkin, P. F. Webster