||48 Original Recordings (2003)
Hank Williams is one of the pillars of American music, and despite his brief recording career, there are countless albums and anthologies out there. Prism Leisure's 48 Original Recordings is a fine option among many, gathering many of Williams' best ...
||Revealed (The Unreleased Recordings) (2009) |
Track Listing: Cold, Cold Heart; Move It On Over; Lonesome Whistle; Long Gone Lonesome Blues; Hey, Good Lookin'; I Can't Help It; Why Don't You Love Me; Mansion On The Hill; Moanin' The Blues; I Just Don't Like This Kind ...
||In Memory Of Hank Williams (2011) |
Track Listing: Hey Good Lookin'; Your Cheatin' Heart; There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight; Settin' The Woods On Fire; I Can't Help It; My Bucket's Got A Hole In It; Wedding Bells; Take These Chains From My Heart; Jambalaya; Cold, Cold ...
||24 Greatest Hits Vol. 2 (1976) |
When compared with 40 Greatest Hits (which came out the following year), this record is light on both tracks and liner notes...these tracks are also offered in simulated stereo. It's certainly okay, but there are also better packages. ~ Jim ...
||Best of the Early Years (2006) |
Track Listing: Honky Tonkin'; Move It on Over; Wedding Bells; Mansion on the Hill;
||Legend Of (1996) |
Audio Book With Music;Read By Sammy Kershaw
Unknown Contributor Role: Suha Gur.
Personnel: Hank Williams (vocals, guitar).
Photographer: Art Celsi.
||Through The Years (2007) |
||20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Hank Williams (1994) |
Author: Colin Escott.
Personnel: Hank Williams (vocals, guitar).
Liner Note Author: Colin Escott.
||Lovesick Blues - August 1947-Decemeber 1948 - Volume 2 (1985) |
This is the second in an 8-CD Williams retrospective that presents all Williams' recordings and studio demos chronologically. All tracks have been remastered and released in original mono.
Among the material on Lovesick Blues (August 1947 -- December 1948): Vol. 2, ...
||Lost Highway - December 1948-March 1949 - Volume 3 (1986) |
This is the third in an 8-CD Williams retrospective that presents all Williams' recordings and studio demos chronologically. All tracks have been remastered and released in original mono.
Though "Lovesick Blues" made Hank Williams into a star, it didn't become successful ...
||Rare Demos: First To Last (1990)
Includes liner notes by Bob Pinson.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
RARE DEMOS: FIRST TO LAST contains the albums JUST ME AND MY GUITAR and THE FIRST RECORDINGS.
Personnel: Hank Williams (vocals, guitar); Bob Pinson (programming).
Liner Note Author: Bob Pinson.
Photographers: Shorty Joe ...
||I Won't Be Home No More - June 1952-September 1952 - Volume 8 (1987) |
This is the final recording in an 8-CD Williams retrospective that presents all of Williams' recordings and studio demos chronologically. All tracks have been remastered and released in original mono.
The music on I Won't be Home No More (June 1952--September ...
||Lost Highway & Other Live Favorites |
This British 25-track compilation of live Hank Williams performances draws from a number of sources from the late '40s and early '50s. Not all of them are documented too well in the liner notes -- in fact, some of them ...
||Famous Country (2005) |
Track Listing: Happy Rovin' Cowboy; Lovesick Blues; Mansion on the Hill; You're Gonna Change; Tramp on the Street; I'm a Long Gone Daddy; Lost Highway; I'll Have a New Body; There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight; Prodigal Son; Pan American; I ...
||Hey, Good Lookin' - December 1950-July 1951 - Volume 6 (1987) |
This is the sixth in an 8-CD Hank Williams retrospective that presents all Williams' recordings and studios demos chronologically. All tracks have been remastered and released in original mono.
Out of the ten studio recordings on Hey, Good Lookin' (December 1950 ...
||Best Selection (2009) |
Japanese only SHM pressing. The SHM-CD [Super High Material CD] format features enhanced audio quality through the use of a special polycarbonate plastic. Using a process developed by JVC and Universal Music Japan discovered through the joint companies' research into ...
||Diamond Collection (2007) |
||Legendary Collection (1997) |
A LEGENDARY COLLECTION includes the album HONKY TONKIN', a Hank Williams T-shirt, and a cassette audio book THE LEGEND OF HANK WILLIAMS by Colin Escott & George Merritt that contains thirteen songs & two spoken recordings.
Digitally remastered by Benny Quinn ...
This is a British collection of 18 classic tunes from outlaw country singer Hank Williams, Jr.
This is Hank Williams, Jr. of the '60s and early '70s, before his outlaw makeover. Originally recorded for MGM Records, these songs are good, but ...
||Your Cheatin Heart (2005) |
Track Listing: Your Cheatin' Heart; Kaw-Liga; Take These Chains From My Heart; Settin' The Woods On Fire; I Won't Be Home Nomore; Window Shopping; I'm Sorry For You My Friend; Crazy Heart; Why Should We Try Anymore?; Moanin' The Blues; ...
||Pure (2007) |
Track Listing: Lovesick Blues; Lone Gone Lonesome Blues; Your Cheatin' Heart; Cold Cold Heart; Hey Good Lookin'; Jambalaya; Take These Chains from My Heart; Why Don't You Love Me; Half as Much; Kaw-Liga; I Can't Help It If I'm Still ...
||Hank Williams, Vol. 2 (2013) |
Track Listing: I Can't Help It; Seaman's Blues; Prodigal Son; Cherokee Boogie; Where He Leads Me; From Jerusalem To Jericho; Cool Water; I've Got My One-Way Ticket To The Sky; Searching For A Soldier's Grave; California Zephyr; Softly And Tenderly; ...
||Come September: An Introduction to Hank Williams |
This anthology of 18 songs from America's early country legend Hank Williams contains "I Saw the Light" and "Ramblin' Man."
Eschewing hillbilly stage outfits in favor of sleek, tailored Nudie suits, Hank Williams was country music's first true superstar, and he ...
||Moanin' The Blues - The Best Of The Great Hank Williams (2013) |
Track Listing: Moanin' The Blues; Lost Highway; I Saw The Light; Move It On Over; Kaw-Liga; Your Cheatin' Heart; Cold Cold Heart; Jambalaya; Ramblin' Man; I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry; Hey, Good Lookin'; I'll Never Get Out Of This ...
||Country Music Legends (2006) |
The first superstar of country music, the legendary Hank Williams remains the most revered of all country artists. No performer in the history of country music has had more impact on popular music - many of his songs were huge ...