Sing Hank Williams (1971). Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash. Songs in album Sing Hank Williams (1971). 1. Hey, Good Lookin'. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.
I've read HANK WILLIAMS:THE BIOGRAPHY and SING A SAD SONG numerous times and I like this one the best. It's sentimental and loving in tone. The former is more sensationalized and antiseptic. Hank returned to the outdoor stage and informed them that "If you can stand in the rain and listen to me, then I can stand in the rain and sing for you!" There you go-someone with a god-like talent, a great deal of humility, and who loved his followers more than he loved himself. Is it any wonder that only Jesus Christ and fellow Southerner Robert E. Lee have had more influence on the Southern psyce than Hank Williams?
Why Don't You Love Me (Hank Williams song). Why Don't You Love Me" is a song by American singer and guitarist Hank Williams. The song reached number one on the . Country & Western chart. It was released as a single in 1950 with the B-side "A House Without Love".
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" is a song recorded by American country music singer-songwriter Hank Williams in 1949. The song has been covered by a wide range of musicians. probably the saddest song I've ever heard. According to Colin Escott's 2004 book Hank Williams: A Biography, Williams was inspired to write the song when he found it on a schedule of upcoming MGM releases.
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|1||–George Jones||Why Don't You Love Me|
|2||–Charley Pride||Honky Tonk Blues|
|3||–Conway Twitty And His Lonely Blue Boys||Jambalaya (On The Bayou)|
|4||–Patsy Cline||Half As Much|
|5||–Porter Wagoner||Settin' The Woods On Fire|
|6||–Johnny Cash||Hey Good Lookin'|
|7||–Don Gibson||Baby, We're Really In Love|
|8||–Mel Tillis||Honky Tonkin'|
|9||–Marty Robbins||I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry|
|10||–Ray Price||Take These Chains From My Heart|
|11||–George Jones||You Win Again|
|12||–Sonny James||Lovesick Blues|
|13||–Willie Nelson||Cold, Cold Heart|
|14||–Elvis Presley||Your Cheatin' Heart|
|15||–Johnny Horton||Lost Highway|
|16||–Hank Snow||Wedding Bells|
|17||–The Browns||Mansion On The Hill
Featuring – Jim Ed Brown
- Record Company – Direct Holdings Worldwide
- Manufactured By – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Manufactured For – Time Life
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Copyright (c) – Direct Holdings Americas Inc.
NotesPrinted in U.S.A.
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- Barcode: 6 10583 17952 1