Hank Williams - Legendary Country Singers mp3 downloadPerformer: Hank Williams
Title: Legendary Country Singers
Style: Honky Tonk,Traditional Country
Size MP3 version: 1100 mb
Size FLAC version: 1714 mb
Size WMA version: 1155 mb
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Hank Williams - Legendary Country Singers mp3 download
Hiram King "Hank" Williams, (September 17, 1923 – January 1, 1953) was an American singer-songwriter and musician.
Such is the case with this 1994 CD collection, a joint production of Time-Life and the Country Music Hall of Fame, containing 25 songs in a very handsome and well-put-together package. In terms of content and overall quality, it's a match for any of the extant 21st century compilations of Williams' work - all of the hits and the most important songs are here, and the sound quality is impeccable; not quite at the extreme levels of clarity achieved with 24-bit/96khz digital in more recent years, but more than good.
Tracklist: 01. Move It On Over (2:45) 02. Mansion On The Hill (2:35) 03. Lovesick Blues (2:44) 04. Lost Highway (2:42) 05. Dear John (2:36) 06.
Hank Williams pioneer, singer, and songwriter, known for hits including "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry", "Your Cheatin' Heart" and "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)". Bill Monroe, father of bluegrass music. The Davis Sisters, best known for the hit "I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know". Glen Campbell, "The Rhinestone Cowboy," legendary session guitarist who launched out as a solo act and broke Country Music's 3-chord barrier and popularized "The Nashville sound" known for lush string and orchestral arrangements. Woody Guthrie, wrote and sang the song "This Land is Your Land" and is cited by musicians from many genres as an inspiration. Johnny Cash, one of the single most Influential and popular country singers of all time. Best known for hits like "Ring of Fire", "Folsom Prison Blues" and "Cocaine Blues".
Greatest Country Artists of the Modern Era. Country music has been growing as an art from since Eck Robertson’s recording of Arkansas Traveler in 1922. From the days of 78 RPM vinyl to digital downloads, fans continue to flock to the format. His Always and Forever album stayed at the top of the Billboard Country Albums chart for an astonishing 43 weeks -– and hit the top 20 on the Billboard 200 long before Soundscan -– unheard of for a traditional-based artist. Williams’ recording career only lasted five years. But, his recordings and compositions are simply about quality over quantity. When he sang of sadness and love lost, you felt each and every line. Though his passing took place over 60 years ago, no country songwriter continues to be as revered as Hank Williams –- as it should be. Joe Traver/Getty Images.
Sings Hank Williams is the seventh album by American country and rock and roll singer Johnny Cash, released under Sun Records on September 15, 1960. Only the first four of the twelve tracks on the album were written by Williams, with most of the others being written by Cash.
Music By, Lyrics By – Hank Williams. Music By, Lyrics By – Hank Williams. 10. My Son Calls Another Man Daddy. Music By, Lyrics By – Hank Williams, Jewel House. 11. I Can't Help (If I'm Still In Love With You). 12. Why Don't You Love Me.
His 2009 album American Saturday Night established Paisley as a forward-thinking country artist, and his stature was only validated by his record sales. His dexterity on guitar makes him country’s Eddie Van Halen, and he’s also one of the most incisive songwriters of his generation. As he hits middle-age, his star-studded Love and War (his ninth consecutive LP to go Number One) has reinforced another old-school idea in 2017: growing old gracefully. Although rooted in bluegrass and traditional country, Alison Krauss has stamped her watermark across the full range of American roots music, winning a record-tying number of Grammy Awards with her solo albums, her work alongside the progressive string band Union Station, several contributions to the multi-platinum O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack and a stunning duets album, Raising Sand, with rock.
More albums from Hank Williams. A Country Boy Can Survive (2016). 1 tab 35 Biggest Hits (2015). 1 tab The Garden Spot Programs, 1950 (2014). 1 tab Turn Back The Years - The Essential Hank Williams Collection (2005). 1 tab The Complete Hank Williams (1998). Artist : Hank Williams Released date : 2018 Label : imi inc. Top The Legendary Hank Williams - Greatest Country Music Collection songs.
14 Hank Williams Hiram King "Hank" Williams, was an American singer-songwriter and musician. His band was called "The Driftin' Cowboys". Has some legendary songs including Country Roads - Randomator. He should be higher than this. Country Roads Take Me Home" is one of the best loved songs of all time. Other country singers doesn't sing like Don Williams. I have more than 100 collection of his songs. My favourite country singer is Don Williams. He is a talented country singer with an emotional voice. His straightforward yet smooth bass-baritone voice, soft tones, and imposing build earned him the nickname: "Gentle Giant" of country music.
|1||Move It on Over||Hank Williams||2:43|
|2||A Mansion on the Hill||Hank Williams||2:33|
|3||Lovesick Blues||Hank Williams||2:42|
|4||Lost Highway||Hank Williams||2:40|
|5||Dear John||Hank Williams||2:34|
|6||Long Gone Lonesome Blues||Hank Williams||2:36|
|7||I Saw the Light||Hank Williams||2:42|
|8||I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry||Hank Williams||2:46|
|9||Honky Tonk Blues||Hank Williams||2:10|
|10||My Son Calls Another Man Daddy||Hank Williams||2:32|
|11||I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You)||Hank Williams||2:23|
|12||Why Don't You Love Me||Hank Williams||2:23|
|13||You Win Again||Hank Williams||2:36|
|14||Jambalaya (On the Bayou)||Hank Williams||2:51|
|15||Mind Your Own Business||Hank Williams||2:55|
|16||Hey Good Lookin||Hank Williams||2:54|
|17||Honky Tonkin'||Hank Williams||2:43|
|18||Cold, Cold Heart||Hank Williams||2:42|
|19||Wedding Bells||Hank Williams||2:53|
|21||Your Cheatin' Heart||Hank Williams||2:41|
|22||I'll Never Get out of This World Alive||Hank Williams||2:25|
|23||Take These Chains from My Heart||Hank Williams||2:37|
|24||Ramblin' Man||Hank Williams||3:01|
|25||The Log Train||Hank Williams||2:21|