|Title:||24 Of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits|
|Category:||World, Folk, Country|
|Other format:||VQF AC3 AHX DMF TTA AIFF DTS|
|A1||Your Cheatin' Heart||2:38|
|A2||Move It On Over||2:42|
|A3||I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry||2:45|
|A4||Honky Tonk Blues||2:07|
|A5||My Heart Would Know||2:24|
|B1||Cold, Cold Heart||2:42|
|B5||There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight||2:42|
|B6||Mind Your Own Business||2:52|
|C1||Jambalaya (On The Bayou)||2:47|
|C3||Hey, Good Lookin'||2:35|
|C5||Settin' The Woods On Fire||2:33|
|C6||I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)||2:20|
|D1||Half As Much||2:39|
|D2||Why Don't You Love Me||2:25|
|D3||You Win Again||2:33|
|D4||May You Never Be Alone||2:38|
|D5||Baby, We're Really In Love||2:32|
|D6||Take These Chains From My Heart||2:37|
|SE 4755-2||Hank Williams||24 Of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits (2xLP, Comp, Gat)||MGM Records||SE 4755-2||US||1970|
|422 823 293-2||Hank Williams||24 Of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits (CD, Comp)||Polydor||422 823 293-2||Canada||Unknown|
|8232934 FL05, 422 823 293-4||Hank Williams||24 Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp, RE, DOL)||Mercury Nashville, Mercury Nashville||8232934 FL05, 422 823 293-4||US||Unknown|
|MGJ 84755||Hank Williams||24 Of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits (8-Trk, Comp, Ora)||MGM Records||MGJ 84755||US||Unknown|
|M5HT 4755||Hank Williams||24 Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp, RE)||Polydor||M5HT 4755||US||Unknown|
24 Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp, RE, DOL). Mercury Nashville, Mercury Nashville. 8232934 FL05, 422 823 293-4. 24 Of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits (8-Trk, Comp, Ora).
Hank Williams' discography is composed of thirty-one singles released during his six-year career; as well as posthumous work including: singles, compilation albums and previously unreleased material. During his lifetime, Williams placed thirty songs on Billboard's Top C&W Records, while he had seven number one hits.
40 Greatest Hits is a two-record greatest hits compilation by American singer-songwriter Hank Williams. It was released in 1978 by Mercury Records - who under PolyGram became responsible for the MGM tape vault - on the 25th anniversary of Williams' death.
Artist: Hank Williams Album: 40 Greatest Hits Genre: Country Label: Polygram Released: 1978 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: CD 1: 1. Move It On Over (2:45) 2. A Mansion On The Hill (2:36) 3. Lovesick Blues (2:45) 4. Wedding Bells (2:56) 5. Mind Your Own Business (2:57) 6. You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave) (2: 59) 7. Lost Highway (2:44) 8. My Bucket's Got A Hole In It (2:34) 9. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (2:48) 10. I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Living (2:49) 11. Long Gone Lonesome Blues (2:38) 12. My Son Calls Another Man Daddy (2:34) 13.
Hank Williams (September 17, 1923 – January 1, 1953), born Hiram King Williams, was an American singer-songwriter and musician regarded as the most important country music artist of all time.
Williams, Hank - 20 Greatest Hits. Title:Williams, Hank - 20 Greatest Hits. Artist:Williams, Hank. Product Details We want your experience with World of Books Ltd to be enjoyable and problem free. NEW SEALED - HANK WILLIAMS - 20 GREATEST HITS - Country Blues Pop Music CD Album. My Son Calls Another Man Daddy.
II) (1972)Hank Williams J. s Greatest Hits (Vol. II)1972. Greatest Hits is an album by American country music singer and songwriter Hank Williams Jr. The Album was issued by MGM Records as number SE 4656 Contents.
Hank Williams may also refer to: Hank Williams, Jr. (born 1949), American country singer-songwriter and musician, son of Hank Williams, Sr. Hank Williams III (born 1972), singer, drummer, bassist, and guitarist, son of Hank Williams, Jr. Hank Williams (basketball) (born 1952), American professional basketball player. Hank Williams First Nation, a 2005 Canadian film. Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits is a compilation consisting of American country pop music singer, Patsy Cline's greatest hits. The album consists of Cline's biggest hits between 1957 and 1963. It is one of the biggest selling albums in the United States by any female country music artist. Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits was released four years after her death in 1967 by Decca Records, Cline's longtime record label and the one with whom she'd had the most hits.