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Hank Williams

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Iconic American singer / songwriter Hank Williams wrote about life’s deepest truths and sang such unforgettable songs as “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” “Take These Chains,” “I’m So Lonesome,” “Cold, Cold Heart” and many more. He is popularly considered one of the most influential country music artists of the 1940s and early 1950s, is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, was awarded the 2010 the Pulitzer Board special citation for songwriting and has a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame

 

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In recent years Egyptian Records in partnership with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s CMF Records and Columbia Records has released an album called The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams. The lyrics were taken from notebooks Hank Williams kept for songwriting purposes and in collaboration with stars such as Bob Dylan, Norah Jones, Alan Jackson and Patty Loveless, the music has been written and songs produced.

Hank Williams died suddenly at the age of 29, after alleged years of alcohol and morphine consumption.

Hank Williams Backing Tracks – Alone And Forsaken  …  Calling You  …  Cold Cold Heart  …  Cool Water  …  Dear John  …  F Word  …   First Year Blues  …  Half As Much  …  Hey Good Looking  …   I Can’t Get You Off My Mind  …   I Can’t Help It  …   I’m So Lonesome  …   I Saw The Light  …  Jambalaya  …  Lost Highway  …   Love Sick Blues  …  Message To My Mother  …   Outland Women   …   Please Don’t Let Me Love You  …  Ramblin’ Man  …   Rockin’ Chair Money  …  Sing Sing Sing  …  Someday You’ll Call My Name  …  Take These Chains From My Heart  …  Thank God  …  There’s A Tear In My Beer  …  Tramp On The Street  …  Wealth Won’t Save Your Soul  …  Weary Blues From Waiting  …  Wedding Bells  …  Your Cheating Heart  …  

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