||Williams Hank III|
Lovesick Broke & Driftin
Track Listing: 7 Months, 39 Days; Broke, Lovesick ; Driftin'; Cecil Brown; Lovin' ; Huggin'; One Horse Town; Mississippi Mud; Whiskey, Weed, ; Women; Trashville; Walkin' With Sorrow; 5 Shots of Whiskey; Nighttime Ramblin' Man; Callin' Your Name; ...
||Williams Hank Sr.|
Williams Hank Sr. Vol. 2 - Hits (1995)
It's damn near impossible to go wrong with any Hank Wiliams hits collection, so THE HITS VOLUME TWO starts from a position of strength. It's twelve songs, some of the most well known in Williams's stellar catalog, cut right to the bone with ...
Greatest Hits (1990) Top Seller
Principally recorded at Castle Studio, Tulane Hotel, Nashville, Tennessee between 1947 & 1952.
With his very first hit "Move It On Over," Hank Williams Sr. established himself both as a powerful personality and as a songwriter with a unique ...
||Hank Williams, III|
Straight to Hell (2006) Top Seller
After years of battling his label, Curb Records, Hank Williams III finally saw the release of STRAIGHT TO HELL in 2006. The album is a set of unapologetic outlaw-country tunes that evokes the spirit of Williams's legendary grandfather (whom ...
Hung for the Holidays (2004)
Illustrator: Jeff Gilligan.
Photographer: Jeff Chenault.
Personnel: William Hung (vocals); John Franck, Giuseppe D., Alex Mejia (background vocals).
Recording information: ClockWork Productions, CA; The Facility, NJ.
||Hank Williams, Jr.|
Greatest Hits (1993) Top Seller
This was the first single package highlighting the outlaw hits of Hank Williams, Jr.. These are the tunes that metamorphosed Hank Jr. from being "the singing son of a country legend" to becoming a legend in his own right. All of the early-'80s ...
Moody alt-metal messengers Hurt continue on their offbeat, provocatively purist course with the simply titled VOL. II. While the group's sophomore album is not meant to be the next chapter in a set of concept albums, vocalist/lyricist's J. Loren's ...