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8 thoughts on “ No One Will Ever Know - Hank Williams - The Many Moods Of Hank Williams (Vinyl, LP)

  1. This is pre-Family Tradition, but after Hank finally embraced his own personna and got rid of those leeches in Nashville that just wanted to market him as the son of Hank Williams. In the early 80's I had 7 different Bocephus recordings, mostly on 8 track ;-). This one tested the waters for /5(32).
  2. Hank Williams had 11 number 1 hits: Kaw Liga Your Cheatin' Heart. Take These Chains From My Heart. I'll Never Get Out of this World Alive. Hey Good Lookin'. Moanin' the Blues. Cold, Cold Heart.
  3. Artist: Hank Williams Genre: Country Release Date: 09/22/ Label: Mercury Records Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Length: Format: CD Note: Inside this spectacular CD boxed set is every single one of Hank's classic sides for the Sterling and MGM labels, plus non-session, radio and television recordings for a total of tracks, 53 of them unissued!!!
  4. Hank Williams has inspired so many of the world's best Rock and Country artists and I can see and hear why. I'm not a country music fan per se and if you aren't, you should still give this one a shot: I think you'll love it as much as I do/5(66).
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Hank Williams Story [MGM] - Hank Williams on AllMusic -
  6. No One Will Ever Know / The Waltz Of The Wind (7", Single) MGM Records K The Many Moods Of Hank Williams (LP, Mono, Comp) MGM Records C Comp, Gat) Music On Vinyl MOVLP ; Hank Williams (LP, Comp) Music For Pleasure MFP Unknown; The Legend Lives Anew - Hank Williams With Strings (LP, Comp) MGM Records
  7. Hank Williams, Soundtrack: The Last Picture Show. Hank Williams was born in September in a small Alabama farming community about 70 miles south of Montgomery. His father was a railroad engineer who was also a victim of shell shock after a year of fighting in France in during World War I and spent many years in veterans hospitals. Hank's mother, Lillian Skipper Williams Occupation: Soundtrack, Music Department, Composer.
  8. Hank Williams’ music, mystery, legacy lives on Posted on December 28, by Peter Cooper, The Tennessean Sixty years ago, right about now, year-old Hank Williams was getting ready to go. He thought he was heading from Montgomery, Ala., to Canton, Ohio, to play a New Year’s Day show.

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