||Hank Williams: The Lost Concerts: Limited Collector's Edition (2012) |
Track Listing: Comedy With Hank And The Drifting Cowboys; I Can't Help It; Jerry Rivers And The Drifting Cowboys: Orange Blossom Special; Why Don't You Love Me; Are You Walkin' And A-Talkin' For The Lord; Funeral; Hey, Good Lookin'; Cold, ...
||Lonesome Sound Of Hank Williams |
Track Listing: It Just Don't Matter Now; First Year Blues; Cool Water; Dixie Cannonball; I'm Free At Last; Roly Poly; Old Home; Rock My Cradle; Sundown And Sorrow; Rockin' Chair Money; Tennessee Border; Swing Wide Your Gate Of Love;
||Gold Collection (2005) |
This budget-priced two-CD collection features 40 of the best tracks from the patriarch of modern Country and Western music.
Import exclusive two-disc deluxe edition compilation for the late country icon, features 40 tracks including such classics as 'Move It On Over', ...
||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; ...
||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 ...
||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 ...
||16 Greatest Hits (2003) |
Track Listing: Your Cheatin' Heart; Jambalaya; My Son Calls Another Man Daddy; Help Me Understand; May You Never Be Alone; I Saw the Light; Move It on Over; Setting the Woods on Fire; Mansion on the Hill; Lonesome Whistle; Wedding ...
||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, ...
||Legend Of (1996) |
Audio Book With Music;Read By Sammy Kershaw
Unknown Contributor Role: Suha Gur.
Personnel: Hank Williams (vocals, guitar).
Photographer: Art Celsi.
||Louisiana Hayride Hall Of Fame Performers (2007) |
||Old School New Rules (2012) |
Track Listing: Takin' Back The Country;
||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 ...
||Honky Tonk Blues (2006) |
Track Listing: Hey, Good Lookin'; Crazy Heart; I Heard That Lonesome Whistle Blow; Half As Much; Honky Tonk Blues; I Can't Help It, I'm Still In Love With You; I'm Sorry For You My Friend; Ramblin' Man; Baby, We're Really ...
||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 ...
||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 ...
||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 ...
||Blues Come Around (2001) |
Certain historical figures, like country music legend Hank Williams, loom so large they are difficult to write about. What can be said that hasn't already been offered by another writer? Likewise, how can a record label justify another collection by ...
||Jambalaya (2003) |
Hank Williams was without a doubt the biggest star in the history of country music, and one of its most charismatic figures. He had 27 country Top Ten hits from 1949-53, but he ran a hedonistic race to death, and ...
||Thirty Six All Time Greatest (2009) |
Track Listing: DISC 1; Why Don t You Love Me; Lovesick Blues; Mind Your Own Business; Lost Highway; My Bucket s Got A Hole In It; I Just Don t Like This Kind Of Living; My Son Calls Another Man ...
||Hank Williams: Sacred Songs II: The Unreleased Recordings (2013) |
Track Listing: That Beautiful Home; How Can You Refuse Him Now; Lord, Build Me A Cabin In Glory; Farther Along; Calling You; I Am Bound For The Promised Land; Dear Brother; Jesus Died For Me; At The Cross; Gathering Flowers ...
||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 ...
||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 ...
||Collection (2002) |
He was the godfather of modern country music who blazed the trail for all the cowgirls and cowpokes that came in his wake. He was truly original, with a look and a singing style that still inspires new generations. This ...
||Country Music Legends:Hank Williams (2006) |
Track Listing: Jambalaya; Hey, Good Lookin'; Move It On Over; Take These Chains From My Heart; Why Don't You Love Me; Settin' The Woods On Fire; Your Cheatin' Heart; Howlin' At The Moon; You Win Again; My Bucket's Got A ...