Hank Williams - Hey, Good Lookin' : December 1950 - July 1951 ; Volume VI album flac
|I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)||2:22|
|Howlin' At The Moon||2:41|
|My Heart Would Know||2:24|
|Hey, Good Lookin'||2:53|
|The Pale Horse And His Rider||2:51|
|A Home In Heaven||2:28|
|I'd Still Want You||2:57|
|(I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle||2:26|
|I Want To Live And Love||2:27|
|A Tramp On The Street||3:50|
|Undubbed Non-Session Recordings|
|The Angel Of Death||1:45|
|I Can't Escape From You||2:22|
|Message To My Mother||4:04|
|Luke The Drifter Studio Recordings|
|Men With Broken Hearts||3:08|
|A Picture From Life's Other Side||2:49|
|I've Been Down That Road Before||2:53|
|I Dreamed About Mom Last Night||2:58|
|831 634-2||Hank Williams||Hey, Good Lookin' : December 1950 - July 1951 ; Volume VI (CD, Comp, Mono)||Polydor||831 634-2||US||1987|
|831 634-1 Y-2||Hank Williams||Hey, Good Lookin' : December 1950 - July 1951 ; Volume VI (2xLP, Comp)||Polydor||831 634-1 Y-2||US||1987|
|831 634-4 Y-1||Hank Williams||Hey, Good Lookin' : December 1950 - July 1951 ; Volume VI (Cass, Comp)||Polydor||831 634-4 Y-1||US||1987|
|831 634-1||Hank Williams||Hey, Good Lookin': December 1950-July 1951 (2xLP, Comp, Gat)||Polydor||831 634-1||Australia||1987|
Well, here's the real King of Country himself, the late, great Hank Williams.
Hey Good Lookin'" is a 1951 song written and recorded by Hank Williams, and his version was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2001. The song ranked in CMT's 100 Greatest Songs in Country Music in 2003.
The Definitive Hank Williams Series – Volume 6. Formato: Cassette, Compilation. Hey, Good Lookin': December 1950-July 1951 (2xLP, Comp, Gat).
VI, no less than six - "Dear John," "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love With You)," "Howlin' at the Moon," "Hey Good Lookin'," "(I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle," and "Crazy Heart" -were hits, while two of the four remaining cuts ("My Heart Would Know," "I'd Still Want You. ") were nearly as strong as the well-known songs.
Artist: Williams, Hank Title: Hey, Good Lookin' December 1950-July 1951 Genre: Country Type: New - LP Label: Polydor Catalog ID: 831 634 Country: USA Our ID: 79752. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
Compositore: Hank Williams. Take this message to my mother It will fill her heart with joy Tell her that I've met my savior God has saved her wand'ring boy. The tears and sorrow I have caused her How I wish I could re-pay But tell her I'll be waiting for her We'll meet in heaven some glad day. How she cried when I left her I know it filled her heart with pain She said, son, please don't leave me For we may never meet again . Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC. Questo brano è presente nei seguenti 6 album: I Saw The Light. The Complete Hank Williams. Hey, Good Lookin' (December 1950 - July 1951) Volume VI. Hank Williams.
Hank Williams Sings is the debut album of country music singer-songwriter Hank Williams. MGM Records released the album on November 9, 1951. By 1951, Hank Williams' popularity had soared. Following the chart topping records "Cold, Cold Heart" and "Hey Good Lookin'", he joined the Hadacol caravan, a train-transported road show that toured the South in a forty-nine dates one night show schedule. After the tour disbanded before the shows were completed, Williams returned to Nashville, Tennessee
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