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Hank Williams - Best Of The Early Years

  • Performer: Hank Williams
  • Title: Best Of The Early Years
  • Genre: Folk
  • Country: US
  • Record source: CD, Compilation
  • Released: 1994
  • Style: Country
  • Label: Polygram Special Markets
  • Cat#: 314 520 286-2
  • MP3 album: 1166 mb
  • FLAC album: 1785 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 419
Hank Williams - Best Of The Early Years

Tracklist

1Moanin' The Blues2:25
2They'll Never Take Her Love From Me2:46
3Lovesick Blues2:45
4My Bucket's Got A Hole In It2:35
5A Mansion On The Hill2:33
6Honky Tonkin'2:45
7Long Gone Lonesome Blues2:39
8Move It On Over2:45
9You're Gonna Change Or I'm Gonna Leave3:00
10Why Don't You Love Me2:25
11Wedding Bells2:56


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
440 060 1190Hank Williams Best Of The Early Years ‎(CD, Comp)Polygram Special Markets, Excelsior440 060 1190US1994
CR02372, B0000781-02Hank Williams American Music Legends ‎(CD, Comp)Music Catalogue Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Universal Special ProductsCR02372, B0000781-02US2003


Credits

  • Art DirectionMargery Greenspan
  • Artwork By [Cover Illustration] – Tom Nikosy
  • Coordinator [Project Coordination]Marjorie Golde, Stacey Komninos
  • DesignGiulio Turturro
  • ProducerBill Crowley, Howard Smiley
  • Art DirectionMargery Greenspan
  • Artwork By [Cover Illustration] – Tom Nikosy
  • Coordinator [Project Coordination]Marjorie Golde, Stacey Komninos
  • DesignGiulio Turturro
  • ProducerBill Crowley, Howard Smiley


Barcodes

  • Barcode: 7 314 520286-2 4


Album

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