To date, Jim Horn has played on at least 120,000 albums. His credits read like a Who's Who of the music business, a career highlighted with names like Bowen and Spector, King Curtis and Duane Eddy,and John, Paul, Ringo, and George. Very few musicians can claim to have worked with each individual Beatle. Horn can. Duane Eddy, Horn's friend and mentor, has said of him "He just happens to be one of the best players in the world". George Harrison and Eric Clapton back him up.

Below is only a partial list of the countless hits to which Horn has contributed greatly:

The Mamas and The Papas
John Denver
Delaney & Bonnie

Leon Russell "Lady Blue"
Rita Coolidge
Joe Cocker Mad Dogs & Englishmen Tour / "Delta Lady"
Johnny Rivers "Poor Side of Town"
Jackson Browne "Running on Empty"

Ringo Starr "Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go"
George Harrison 1971 Concert for Bangladesh / 1974 Dark Horse Tour / "Cloud Nine" / "I Got My Mind Set On You"
Paul McCartney
John Lennon "Pussycats" (with Harry Nilsson)
Harry Nilsson "Pussycats" (with John Lennon)
Lionel Ritchie
Van Dyke Parks "Song Cycle"
The Beach Boys "Good Vibrations" / PET SOUNDS
Linda Ronstadt
Barbra Streisand
Frank Sinatra "Strangers in the Night" (flute)
Elvis Presley
Joni Mitchell
The Carpenters "For All We Know" (oboe)
Canned Heat "Goin' Up the Country" (flute)
The Fifth Dimension "Up, Up and Away" / "The Age of Aquarius"
Elton John "Little Jeannie" (alto)
Toto "Rosanna" / "Africa"
Smokey Robinson "Tears of a Clown" (piccolo)
Neil Sedaka "Laughter in the Rain"
Ronnie Milsap "Lost in the Fifties Tonight"
The Rolling Stones GOAT'S HEAD SOUP
Steely Dan "Josie"/AJA/THE ROYAL SCAM
Roy Orbison
Diana Ross
Stevie Wonder "Ebony Eyes"
Tina Turner "River Deep, Mountain High" (baritone)
U2 "Angel of Harlem" (baritone)

Wynonna Black & Wy Tour / "Tell Me Why"
Garth Brooks "One Night a Day"
Eric Clapton 1971 Concert for Bangladesh
George Benson "Turn Your Love Around"
Boz Scaggs "Dirty Lowdown"
Righteous Bros. "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin" (baritone)
Seals & Crofts "Summer Breeze"
Little Richard
Warren Zevon "Excitable Boy" (tenor)
Duane Eddy "Rockestra Theme" (with Paul McCartney)
David Letterman's CBS Orchestra, featuring Paul Shaffer
The Traveling Wilburys (Jeff Lynne, George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan) Volume 1 / Volume 3
Tom Petty
Spiral Staircase "More Today Than Yesterday" (baritone)
Vince Gill "I Can't Tell You Why"
Delbert McClinton "Never Been Rocked Enough"
Billy Joel
Aaron Neville
Hank Williams Jr. "Monday Night Football Theme" / BORN TO BOOGIE
Steve Cropper and Booker T. and the MG's MEMPHIS (with Kioshiro) / 1992 Tour
Christopher Cross "Ride Like the Wind"



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