Hank Williams

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Hiram „Hank“ King Williams Sr.

* 17. September 1923 in Mount Olive, Alabama, USA
† 1. Januar 1953 bei Knoxville (Alabama)

war ein berühmter US-amerikanischer Countrymusiker, der zahlreiche Musiker wie zum Beispiel Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Bob Dylan und David Allan Coe beeinflusste.

Seine ersten Akkorde auf der Gitarre lernte Williams vom schwarzen Straßenmusiker Rufus "Tee Tot" Payne. Als Teenager trat er in Alabama mit der Band The Drifting Cowboys auf, nachdem seine Familie 1937 in die Stadt Montgomery gezogen war. Read more on Last.fm

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Memorial Album (1953)
Alone with His Guitar
Greatest Hits
Hank Williams Sings
Hillbilly Hero (disc 1: Move It On Over)
Hillbilly Hero (disc 2: Long Gone Lonesome Blues)
Hillbilly Hero (disc 3: Hey Good Lookin')
Hillbilly Hero (disc 4: Health & Happiness Shows)
Honky Tonkin'
I Saw the Light
Lost Highway And Other Live Favourites
The Collectors' Edition, Volume 1: I Ain't Got Nothin' but Time
The Collectors' Edition, Volume 6: Hey, Good Lookin'
The Hits Volume 1
The Ultimate Collection (disc 2)
There's Nothing as Sweet as My Baby
Vintage Vaults - Volume 2
Vintage Vaults 1


Teardrop on a Rose / Alone and Forsaken (1955)
A House of Gold / How Can You Refuse Him Now (1954)
I Can't Escape From You / Weary Blues From Waitin' (1954)
Kaw-Liga / Your Cheatin' Heart (1953)
Take These Chains From My Heart / Ramblin' Man (1953)
Honky Tonk Blues / I'm Sorry for You My Friend (1952)
I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive / I Could Never Be Ashamed of You (1952)
Jambalaya (On the Bayou) / Window Shopping (1952)
You Win Again / Settin' the Woods on Fire (1952)
(I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle / Crazy Heart (1951)
Hey Good Lookin' / My Heart Would Know (1951)
I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love With You) / Howlin' at the Moon (1951)
Just Waitin' / Men With Broken Hearts (1951)
Ramblin' Man / Picture From Life's Other Side (1951)
No, No, Joe / Help Me Understand (1950)
They'll Never Take Her Love From Me / Why Should We Try Anymore (1950)
I Just Don't Like This Kind of Livin' / May You Never Be Alone (1949)
My Bucket's Got a Hole in It / I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (1949)
You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave) / Lost Highway (1949)
Honky Tonkin / I'll Be a Bachelor 'til I Die (1948)
My Sweet Love Ain't Around / Rootie Tootie (1948)
I Saw the Light / Six More Miles (To the Graveyard) (1947)
His Best Recordings
Let's Turn Back the Years July 1951 - June 1952, Volume 7