||Health & Happiness Shows (1993) |
Contains 8 previously unreleased syndicated radio broadcast entitled "THE HEALTH & HAPPINESS SHOWS".
These two discs contain the entirety of the recordings Hank Williams made in 1949 for the Health & Happiness radio show. While each of the eight shows (all ...
||Your Cheatin' Heart (2006) |
Hank Williams, arguably the most influential country singer who ever lived, gets a two-disc overview on this budget-priced best-of, which includes the rueful "Move It on Over," religious-themed songs like "I Saw the Light" and "Mansion on the Hill," honky-tonk ...
||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 ...
||Hits Volume One (2012) |
Track Listing: Hey, Good Lookin'; Jambalaya; Move It On Over; Long Gone Lonesome Blues; Settin' The Woods On Fire; Honky Tonk Blues; Why Don't You Love Me; Honky Tonkin'; Lost Highway; ; I Saw The Light; Lovesick Blues;
||Long Gone Lonesome Blues: August 1949 - December 1950 Volume 5 (1987) |
This is part of an 8-CD Polydor series which presents all Williams' recordings chronologically, undubbed and remastered.
Among the highlights of the studio recordings on Long Gone Lonesome Blues (August 1949 -- December 1950): Vol. V are the hit singles "Long ...
||Hank Williams (2010) |
Track Listing: Alone And Forsaken; Tennessee Border; Beyond The Sunset; Too Many Parties & Too Many Pals; Wedding Bells; I'll Be A Bachelor 'Til I Die; Rockin' Chair Money; I'm Free At Last; Rock My Cradle; ;
||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 ...
||Honky Tonkin' (1957) |
Digitally remastered by Benny Quinn (Masterfonics, Nashville, Tennessee).
A posthumous Hank Williams collection that's diametrical opposite of the Luke the Drifter, opening with "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)" and rolling through 11 more hot numbers, all about men and women who enjoy ...
||Low Down Blues (1996) |
LOW DOWN BLUES is a collection of Hank Williams songs inspired by the blues and other forms of black music.
Recorded between 1946 and 1952. Includes liner notes by Robert Palmer.
As Robert Palmer makes clear in this album's excellent liner notes, ...
||Back To Back: Like Father, Like Son |
BACK TO BACK is a fun album put together to capitalize on the success of "There's a Tear in My Beer," in which Hank Williams duets from the beyond the grave with his son via the wonders of modern technology ...
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 ...
||Country Sessions (2008) |
Track Listing: Your Cheatin' Heart; Jambalaya; Lovesick Blues; Kaw-Liga; You're Gonna Change; I'm A Long Gone Daddy; Moanin' The Blues; My Bucket's Got A Hole In It; Long Gone Homesick Blues; Cold Cold Heart; Hey Good Lookin'; Move It On ...
||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.
||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 ...
||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 ...
||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; ...
||Fabulous (2009) |
More than fifty years after his death, Hank Williams ranks among the most powerfully iconic figures in American music. Iconic to the point that man and myth are inextricably entwined. He set the agenda for contemporary country songcraft and sang ...
||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 ...
||Proper Introduction To Hank Williams: The Final Sessions (2004) |
Tall, charismatic, and eschewing rustic hillbilly stage outfits in favor of sleek, tailored Nudie suits, Hank Williams was country music's first true superstar. But it is Williams' songwriting that has ensured his legacy more than anything, and his songs -- ...
||Karaoke: Hank Williams 2 (2004) |
Track Listing: Half as Much; Honky Tonk Blues; Settin' the Woods on Fire C; Wedding Bells; You Win Again; Mind Your Own Business; Dear John; Howlin' at the Moon D; Crazy Heart; I'll Never Get out of This World Alive; ...
||Through The Years (2007) |
||18 Greatest (2006) |
C'mon. There are no 18 greatest Hank Williams songs. Most of them -- hundreds in fact -- are utterly off the map, imbued with myth, tragedy, vision, poetry, simplicity, and history. So if you are looking for a very cheap ...
||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 ...
||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 ...
||Happy Rovin Cowboy (2006) |
Track Listing: Happy Rovin' Cowboy; Lovesick Blues; A Mansion on the Hill; I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry; I'm a Long Gone Daddy; Lost Highway; I Can't Get You Off My Mind; The Prodigal Son; There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight; ...