This version of Mind Your Own Business has an extra verse. Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), L.C. Wright), ARE YOU WALKIN' AND A TALKIN' FOR THE LORD, Comedy with Hank and the Drifting Cowboys, MERCURY CD: 536082-2 [set 536077-2] — The Complete Hank Williams   (1998), POLYDOR CD: 847 195-2 [set 847 194-2] — The Original Singles Collection, Plus   (1991), COUNTRY MUSIC FOUNDATION CD: CMF-067D — Rare Demos: First To Last   (1990), COUNTRY MUSIC FOUNDATION LP 12": CMF-007 — The First Recordings   (1986), POLYDOR LP 12": 825 548-1 Y-2/1 — I Ain't Got Nothin' But Time, December 1946 - August 1947   (1985), POLYDOR LP 12": 825 548-1 Y-2/2 — I Ain't Got Nothin' But Time, December 1946 - August 1947   (1985), POLYDOR Cassette: 825 551-4 Y-1 — Lovesick Blues, August 1947 - December 1948   (1985), MERCURY CD: 536084-2 [set 536077-2] — The Complete Hank Williams   (1998), MERCURY CD: 536079-2 [set 536077-2] — The Complete Hank Williams   (1998), POLYDOR LP 12": 825 554-1 Y-2/2 — Lost Highway, December 1948 - March 1949   (1986), MERCURY CD: 546467-2 [set 546466-2] — Live At The Grand Ole Opry   (1999), POLYDOR LP 12": 825 551-1 Y-2/2 — Lovesick Blues, August 1947 - December 1948   (1985), MERCURY CD: 536086-2 [set 536077-2] — The Complete Hank Williams   (1998), AFRS ET 16": END-18, Programme 103   (1949), MERCURY CD: 536087-2 [set 536077-2] — The Complete Hank Williams   (1998), POLYDOR LP 12": 831 633-1 Y-2/2 — Long Gone Lonesome Blues, August 1949 - December 1950   (1987), MGM (UK) LP 12": 2683071/1 — Hank Williams 40 Greatest Hits   (1978), MGM LP 12": E 3267 — Hank Williams as Luke the Drifter    (1955), AFRS ET 16": END-18, Programme 116   (1950), MERCURY CD: 536085-2 [set 536077-2] — The Complete Hank Williams   (1998), AFRS ET 16": END-18, Programme 130   (1950), AFRS ET 16": END-18, Programme 139   (1950), POLYDOR Cassette: 831 633-4 Y-1 — Long Gone Lonesome Blues, August 1949 - December 1950   (1987), AFRS ET 16": END-18, Programme 151   (1950), COUNTRY MUSIC FOUNDATION LP 12": CMF-006 — Just Me And My Guitar   (1985), UNKNOWN ET 16": YTNY 14217 — 1951 March Of Dimes   (1950), MERCURY CD: 536080-2 [set 536077-2] — The Complete Hank Williams   (1998), POLYDOR LP 12": 831 634-1 Y-2/1 — Hey Good Lookin', December 1950 - July 1951   (1987), AFRS ET 16": END-18, Programme 175   (1951), POLYDOR LP 12": 831 634-1 Y-2/2 — Hey Good Lookin', December 1950 - July 1951   (1987), TIME-LIFE CD: 27462-D — The Lost Concerts   (2012), AFRS ET 16": END-18, Programme 197   (1951), ANTHOLOGY OF COUNTRY MUSIC LP 12": ACM-3 — Anthology of Country Music "Early Country Live" Volume I   (1983), POLYDOR CD: 847 197-2 [set 847 194-2] — The Original Singles Collection, Plus   (1991), POLYDOR Cassette: 833 749-4 Y-1 — Let's Turn Back The Years, July 1951 - June 1952   (1987), MGM (UK) LP 12": 2683071/2 — Hank Williams 40 Greatest Hits   (1978), POLYDOR Cassette: 833 752-4 Y-1 — I Won't Be Home No More, June 1952 - September 1952   (1987), MGM (UK) LP 12": MGM-C 8020 — In Memory Of Hank Williams   (1966), TIME-LIFE LP 12": TLCW-01/3 — Country & Western Classics - Hank Williams   (1981), MGM LP 12": E 3803 — The Lonesome Sound of Hank Williams   (1960), MGM (UK) LP 12": MGM-C 834 — Wait For The Light To Shine   (1960), MGM LP 12": E 3955 — The Spirit of Hank Williams   (1961), MGM LP 12": SE 3999 (1) — Hank Williams On Stage - Recorded Live   (1962), MGM LP 12": SE 4040 — 14 More of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits (Greatest Hits, Volume 2)   (1962), MGM LP 12": SE 4109 — Hank Williams on Stage, Volume 2   (1963), MGM LP 12": SE 4138 — Beyond The Sunset   (1963), MGM LP 12": SE 4140 — 14 More of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits, Volume 3   (1963), MGM (UK) LP 12": MGM-C 1008 — Hank Williams Sr. & Hank Williams Jr. Singing Together   (1962), MGM LP 12": E/SE 4378 — Hank Williams & Hank Williams, Jr. Again    (1966), MGM LP 12": E/SE 4429 — More Hank Williams & Strings   (1967), MGM LP 12": E/SE 4481 — I Won't Be Home No More   (1967), MGM LP 12": E/SE 4529 — Hank Williams and Strings, Volume 3   (1968), MGM LP 12": SE 3850 — Wait For The Light To Shine   (1968), MGM LP 12": SE 3733 — The Unforgettable Hank Williams   (1968), MGM LP 12": SE 3331 — I Saw The Light   (1968), MGM LP 12": SE 3924 — Let Me Sing A Blue Song    (1968), MGM LP 12": SE 3925 — Wanderin' Around   (1968), MGM LP 12": SE 3926 — I'm Blue Inside   (1968), MGM LP 12": SE 3928 — First, Last, And Always    (1969), MGM LP 12": SE 3955 — The Spirit of Hank Williams   (1969), MGM LP 12": SE 3999 (2) — Hank Williams On Stage - Recorded Live   (1969), POLYGRAM Cassette: 823 293-4 — 24 of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits   (1976). Label: MGM. Date: February 13, 1947 Location: Nashville, TN Label: MGM, Hank Williams Jr. (vocal) and others ? George Hamilton IV A Tribute to Luke the Drifter (The Other Side of Hank Williams… The backing group were the "Southern Serenaders" a regular group on station WSLI. After a 2nd session on August 30, 1949, eight Hank Williams classics were recorded at Herzog, including “I’m So Lonesome Hank Williams is the legend of country music. Location: Nashville, TN Chapter 5. When they learn that I’ll be doing songs not only by Williams but also by eight other artists named Hank, they seem … Date: January 7, 1965 Location: Nashville, TN https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/aug/30/hank-williams-10-of-the-best Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50048 (50-S-6133)N 50049 (51-S-6057)N 50050 (50-S-6135)N 50051 (48-S-19), Date: October 7, 1966 Location: Nashville, TN, Date: November 14, 1951 A HOUSE OF GOLD (Hank Williams) COUNTRY MUSIC FOUNDATION LP 12": CMF-006 — Just Me And My Guitar (1985) Label: MGM, Strings and the Jordanaires (vocal group) overdubbed on previous recordings arranged by Bill McElhiney. Date: September 24, 1954 Date: 1939 - 1940 Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN Location: E.T. Hank’s final recording session produced his last country chart-topper. Date: July, 1953 Bootleg copies are in existance. But the last couple of years have seen a dizzying dump of previously-unheard material from country's first superstar. Location: Nashville, TN Location: Nashville, TN Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN Location: CBS Television, New York, Date: December 11, 1951 (10:00 am - 12:00 noon) Location: Nashville, TN Label: MGM, Date: 1955 Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50357 (51-S-6030)N 50358 (51-S-6112)N 50359 (52-S-6060), Date: June 14, 1967 Original master number, when applicable, is shown in parentheses.59-XY-634 (55-S-359)59-XY-635 (55-S-372)59-XY-636, Date: October 28, 1959 Location: Titania Palast (Palace), Berlin, Audrey Williams (voc), Hank Williams (voc, g), Date: January 9, 1950 (2:00 - 5:00 pm) Hank Williams’ first recording session was on December 14th of 1946, almost exactly six years before his death. Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN In 1989 he began touring with Jett Williams, Hank Williams' daughter. According to Suchtya, other participants recording the Hank Williams songs include Willie Nelson and Norah Jones, and later reports have added Lucinda Williams and Alan Jackson to the group. A recording session took place on September 23, 1952 at Castle Studio in Nashville that was both productive and poignant. Original master number is shown in parentheses.66-XY-466 (50-S-6132), Hank Williams Jr. (vocal) overdubbed on previous Hank Williams recordings. Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN Location: Nashville, TN Label: MGM. Label: MGM, Overdubs, including strings, on previous recordings arranged by Bill McElhiney. Location: Nashville, TN, Date: September 4, 1952 Label: MGM, Overdubs, including strings, on previous recordings. Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings to simulate stereo. Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), Farris Coursey (drm), Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), Owen Bradley or Fred Rose (org), Date: November 11, 1950 Location: Nashville, TN. Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings. Location: Nashville, TN Original show number is shown in parentheses.61-XY-1025 (Health & Happiness Show # 1) 61-XY-1026 (Health & Happiness Show # 1) 61-XY-1027 (Health & Happiness Show # 1) 61-XY-1028 (Health & Happiness Show # 4) 61-XY-1029 (Health & Happiness Show # 4) 61-XY-1030 (Health & Happiness Show # 1) 61-XY-1031 (Health & Happiness Show # 1), Date: December 8, 1961 Deluxe box set containing 225 recordings including 53 previously unreleased and the complete early Sterling Records and MGM Records sessions, collecting almost all of the recorded works of Hank Williams from his first track released in 1947 to the last session prior to his death in 1953 at the age of 29. THE YEAR OF THE LION. Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50596 (50-S-6096)N 50597 (47-S-6023)N 50598 (51-S-6129)N 50599 (51-S-6114)N 50600 (49-S-6074)N 50601 (47-S-6021), Date: May 1, 1968 Location: Nashville, TN overdubbed on previous Hank Williams recordings. Recording and composition. Label: MGM, Hank Williams Jr. (vocal) & others? I'm Telling You is sung by Audrey Williams.Despite what it says on the label MR-1069 is a mixture of tracks from the Health and Happiness shows not a complete show. MGM master numbers were assigned at Nashville in 1948 when they were purchased by MGM from Fred Rose. Location: Nashville, TN Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50003 (50-S-6097)N 50004 (47-S-6024)N 50005 (47-S-6021)N 50006 (51-S-6114), Date: April 21, 1966 Master numbers were assigned by MGM for LP issue. Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50486 (49-S-6075)N 50487 (47-S-6021)N 50488 (52-S-6062)N 50489 (50-S-6097), Date: January 12, 1968 Label: MGM, Previous Hank Williams recordings overdubbed by 5 musicians. Original show number or master number is shown in parentheses.61-XY-1096 (Health & Happiness Show # 2) 61-XY-1097 (49-S-6060) 61-XY-1098 (47-S-6022) 61-XY-1099 (Health & Happiness Show # 4), Date: December 30, 1962 Hank’s daughter, Jett Williams, said. It was an engagement that would yield no fewer than three country No.1s, including the song that, posthumously, became his last, “Take These Chains From My Heart.” The session also saw Williams tape “Kaw-Liga” and “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” both sides of which topped the country chart, separately and consecutively, as well as “I Could Never Be Ashamed Of You.” That appeared as the B-side of the single with which Hank was charting at the time of his death, the eerily-titled “I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive.”. Date: July 9, 1953 View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2004 CD release of A Proper Introduction To Hank Williams - The Final Sessions on Discogs. The following March — almost one year to the date after the song's recording session — he made one of his only TV appearances, performing the song on 'The Kate Smith Evening Hour.' Crysel (fid), Sammy Pruett (lg), Herman Herron (sg), Slim Thomas (rg), Lum York (bas), Date: November 6, 1947 overdubbed on previous Hank Williams. Label: MGM. Location: Castle Studios, Nashville, TN Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings. The Health & Happiness shows were recorded on two consectutive Sundays in Mid-October either 9/10 and 16/10, or 16/10 and 23/10. Original master number is shown in parentheses.65-XY-349 (49-S-6035)65-XY-350 (49-S-6034)65-XY-351 (49-S-6074)65-XY-352 (51-S-6079), Date: March 16, 1965 Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings. Date: September 26, 1968 Label: MGM. overdubbed on previous Hank Williams recordings. We regret to inform you that Hank Williams Jr will not be performing on July 6th in Point Pleasant, West Virginia (Peck Fest 2019) due to contractual obligations not being met by the promoter of the concert. Original master number is shown in parentheses.65-XY-365 (52-S-6068)65-XY-366 (49-S-6038)65-XY-367 (49-S-6060)65-XY-368 (55-S-376), Date: 1966 The Prodigal Son was called The Prodigal on E 3850. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Label: MGM, Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcriptions overdubbed by 5 musicians. Hank Williams SHREVEPORT SESSIONS Vinyl Record. Original master number is shown in parentheses.65-XY-346 (50-S-6004)65-XY-347 (47-S-123)65-XY-348 (49-S-6032), Date: February 17, 1965 It was written by Fred Rose and Hy Heath and was recorded at Williams' final recording session on September 23, 1952, in Nashville. Hank Williams, Hank Williams Jr., Hank Williams III - Three Hanks: Men With Broken Hearts (CD, Album) Curb Records CURCD 029 1996 The Unreleased Recordings 3 versions Time Life 2008 Shreveport Sessions (August 1948- May 1949) (2xLP) Doxy Music DOY632DLP 2010 Location: Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN, Date: March 26, 1952 Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings to simulate stereo. Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN Best Chet Baker Pieces: 20 Jazz Essentials, Best Frank Sinatra Christmas Songs: 20 Classics That Define The Holidays, ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ Soundtrack: Vince Guaraldi Trio’s Seasonal Gift, Freddie Mercury’s Munich Years: An Interview With Phoebe Freestone. overdubbed on previous Hank Williams recordings. Unheard for over fifty years, the shows were broadcast over WSM in Nashville every morning between 7:15 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. at the peak of Hank’s career in 1951. Date: April 5, 1952 Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50422 (47-S-125)N 50423 (47-S-126)N 50424 (50-S-6134)N 50425 (52-S-6069), Date: December 13, 1967 Not true as Hank had two recording sessions elsewhere, both done at the Herzog Studio in Cincinnati, Ohio. Location: Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN, Date: September 29, 1951 I Want To Live And Love Always is a vocal duet by Hank and Audrey Williams. Label: MGM, Date: July, 1958 It was his 11th in a span of some four years. Date: February 21, 1950 Label: MGM. Original master number is shown in parentheses.66-XY-516 (49-S-6058)66-XY-517 (51-S-6079)66-XY-518 (51-S-6056)66-XY-519 (52-S-6096), Date: March 28, 1966 47-S-124 was reissued with stereo overdubprs using a master number shown in files as 62-XY-446. Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings. Certainly it can be seen on You Tube. The songs were recorded by Williams during sessions between 1946 and 1949. Hank Williams became one of America's first country music superstars, with hits like "Your Cheatin' Heart," before his early death at 29. Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Robert "Chubby" Wise (fid), Jerry Byrd (sg), Zeke Turner (eg), probably Louis Innis (bas), possibly Fred Rose or Owen Bradley (pn), Date: November 7, 1947 She is working with a Nashville producer, Owen Bradley, who played piano for Hank Williams at his first recording session and produced records for … Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), probably Eddie Hill (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), Date: August 10, 1951 (7:00 - 10:30 pm) Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50835 (52-S-6059)N 50836 (61-XY-570)N 50837 (61-XY-567)N 50838 (49-S-6057)N 50839 61-XY-571)N 50840 (51-S-6015)N 50841 (61-XY-569)N 50842 (51-S-6014)N 50843 (61-XY-566)N 50844 (54-S-328)N 50845 (49-S-6030)N 50846 (61-XY-568), Date: January 10, 1969 Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50013 (51-S-6128)N 50014 (50-S-6064)N 50015 (51-S-6112), Date: May 5, 1966 Original master number, when applicable, is shown in parentheses.60-XY-662 (Are You Walkin' And A Talkin' For The Lord [version 2])60-XY-66360-XY-790 (55-S-382), Date: April 20, 1960 (evening) Private Hank Williams recordings overdubbed by Chester B 'Chet' Atkins (guitar), Sammy Pruett (guitar), Don Helms (steel guitar), Charles 'Indian Chuck' Wright (bass) and Jerry Rivers (fiddle). Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50364 (50-S-6096)N 50365 (49-S-6033)N 50366 (47-S-6023)N 50367 (47-S-123), Date: June 15, 1967 Overdubbed Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcriptions. In those four short years, he established the rules for all the country performers who followed him and, in the process, much of popular music. Master numbers were assigned in Nashville in 1955.Masters 55-S-371 (We Planted Roses on My Darling's Grave) and 55-S-375 (A Tramp On The Street) are now lost. Like. Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Harold Bradley (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), possibly Owen Bradley (org), Date: Summer 1951 Audrey Williams (voc), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Bob McNett (eg), Hillous Butrum (bas). I have this on CD SSI 7538 issued by Creative Sounds, the same compilation of tracks was issued by Satellite Sounds and also by Forever Music on 0409. Others who were compelled to cut a version included Rick Nelson, Dean Martin, Anne Murray and Raul Malo. Suchtya also speculated in the interview that Dylan himself had recorded at least one tune for the project during the 2006 Modern Times sessions, a guess that was later reported as fact in follow-up articles. Location: Nashville, TN Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), Owen Bradley or Fred Rose (pn), Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid, how), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), Owen Bradley or Fred Rose (pn). Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN The MGM master number was assigned in Nashville in 1954. Location: Nashville, TN Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Don Helms (sg), Hillous Butrum (bas), Owen Bradley or Fred Rose (org), Date: February 18, 1950 He was a superstar by the age of 25; he was dead at the age of 29. Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Tommy Jackson (fid), Don Helms (sg), Chet Atkins (eg), Eddie Hill (rg), Floyd "Lightnin" Chance (bas), Hank Williams (voc, g), Tommy Jackson (fid), Don Helms (sg), Chet Atkins (eg), Eddie Hill (rg), Floyd "Lightnin" Chance (bas), Farris Coursey (drm), Date: December 3, 1952 was mistakenly used, despite label and sleeve credits to Honky Tonkin. Location: Nashville, TN Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50615 (54-S-504)N 50616 (60-XY-626)N 50617 (55-S-374)N 50618 (60-XY-662)N 50619 (55-S-380)N 50620 (60-XY-624)N 50621 (47-S-6019), Date: May 3, 1968 Location: New York Location: Nashville, TN overdubbed on previous Hank Williams recordings. ‎∙ As a child, future country legend Hank Williams met Rufus “Tee Tot” Payne, a Black blues musician who offered him guitar lessons in exchange for meals or money. Label: MGM, Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcriptions overdubbed by 5 musicians. Date: December, 1962 By Hank Williams researcher Brian Turpen The Mother’s Best Flour shows are the most well-known and most sought-after Hank Williams artifact. Label: MGM, Hank Williams Jr. (vocal) & others? I’m currently doing a show called Tennessee Walt’s Hanks a Lot!—and most of the audience members seem to come in assuming that it’s a show of Hank Williams songs. Original master number is shown in parentheses.66-XY-524 (52-S-6060)66-XY-525 (52-S-6097)66-XY-526 (52-S-6061)66-XY-527 (49-S-6060), Date: April 1, 1966 I'd heard of him long before I ever heard him; my father (who stopped listening to country in the 1970s) took me to visit his grave in Montgomery back in the early nineties, and Williams was a constant Presence in the music I grew up on, haunting the singers of pieces like "Midnight in Montgomery" and "The Ride". Snoddy engineered Williams’ last recording session in 1952. Location: NBC Television, New York, Hank Williams (voc), Grady Martin (fid), Don Helms (sg), Billy Byrd (eg), Jack Drake (bas), Hank Williams (voc), Roy Acuff, Anita Carter, Opry Cast Ensemble (vo). The other two CDs are from Hank’s syndicated radio show in 1949, The Health And Happiness Show. Label: MGM, Overdubs, including strings, on previous recordings arranged by Bill McElhiney. All were re-engineered by Danny Conover at WOR, New York, probably on April 28, 1947.On the reverse of MGM (UK) 630 is Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith and his Cracker-Jacks with In memory of Hank Williams (53-S-6012-2). Master number was assigned by MGM for LP issue. Original master number is shown in parentheses.71N 51233 (49-S-6035)71N 51234 (52-S-6061)71N 51235 (51-S-6114), (LAST NIGHT) I HEARD YOU CRYIN' IN YOUR SLEEP, I WATCHED MY DREAM WORLD CRUMBLE LIKE CLAY, (Hank Williams, Mel Foree, Curley Williams), WHEN YOU'RE TIRED OF BREAKIN OTHER HEARTS, THERE'S NO ROOM IN MY HEART FOR THE BLUES, WE'RE GETTIN' CLOSER TO THE GRAVE EACH DAY, HAPPY ROVIN' COWBOY (Theme Song) and Grant Turner's Announcement, BILE THEM CABBAGE DOWN featuring Jerry Rivers, I'LL HAVE A NEW BODY (I'LL HAVE A NEW LIFE), FISHERMAN'S HORNPIPE featuring Jerry Rivers, (Blanche Kerr Brock, Virgil P. Brock, Albert Kennedy Rowswell), (words Public Domain; music, Hank Williams), I CAN'T HELP IT (IF I'M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU), (Ervin Staggs, Johnnie Bailes, Z. Clements, M.D. Location: Nashville, TN Label: MGM. Label: MGM, Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcriptions overdubbed by 5 musicians; possibly Harold Ray Bradley (electric guitar), Ray Edenton (rhythm guitar), Don Helms (steel guitar), Floyd 'Lightnin'' Chance (bass) and Murray 'Buddy' Harman (drums). Date: July 8, 1953 “Take These Chains From My Heart” is on Hank Williams’ 40 Greatest Hits album, which can be bought here. Location: New York Original master number is shown in parentheses. Date: March 1, 1949 (7:30 - 10:30 pm) Hank had three further top ten country hits after his death, two more in 1953 and one final one in 1955. In particular, the studio discs are quite compelling, but for hardcore fans, the previously unheard live performances (including several songs that Williams … Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50651 (47-S-6007)N 50652 (47-S-6024)N 50653 (51-S-6130)N 50654 (48-S-24)N 50655 (55-S-378)N 50656 (55-S-368)N 50657 (47-S-124)N 50658 (48-S-23)N 50659 (49-S-6030)N 50660 (48-S-25)N 50661 (53-S-6113)N 50662 (48-S-26), Date: May 31, 1968 Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Tommy Jackson (fid), Jerry Byrd (sg), Zeke Turner (eg), Louis Innis (rg), Ernie Newton (bas), Hank Williams (voc, g), Audrey Williams (vo). Location: Nashville, TN Hank Williams Complete Mother's Best Recordings 15 CD and 1 DVD Box Set 3.5 out of 5 stars (4) 4 product ratings - Hank Williams Complete Mother's Best Recordings 15 CD and 1 DVD Box Set (There's A) Bluebird On Your Windowsill is sung by Audrey Williams. Original master number is shown in parentheses.63-XY-563 (50-S-6003)63-XY-564 (49-S-6033)63-XY-565 (49-S-6032)63-XY-566 (47-S-6020)63-XY-567 (47-S-6018)63-XY-568 (47-S-6022)63-XY-569 (52-S-6068)63-XY-570 (51-S-6120)63-XY-571 (49-S-6039)63-XY-572 (49-S-6035)63-XY-573 (52-S-6042)63-XY-574 (51-S-6030)63-XY-575 (47-S-6007)63-XY-576 (49-S-6036)Note: 63-XY-575 and 63-XY-576 have no overdubs. Location: Nashville, TN, Date: September 23, 1952 (1:30 - 3:40 pm) Original show number or master number is shown in parentheses.61-XY-1091 (Health & Happiness Show # 2) 61-XY-1092 (Health & Happiness Show # 2)61-XY-1093 (49-S-6061) 61-XY-1094 (Health & Happiness Show # 2)61-XY-1095 (Health & Happiness Show # 2), Date: Unknown date, probably 1963 He was a superstar by the age of 25; he was dead at the age of 29. Location: Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN, Date: July 11, 1952 (1:45 - 3:45 pm) For years, the principals of the Hank Williams estate (Hank Jr. and Jett) were warring back and forth, and this kept the treasure trove of Hank Williams' legacy recordings relegated to bootlegs and listening parties for the select few with access to the Acuff/Rose archive. First released by MGM in the early ‘60s in bits and pieces, the transcriptions were subjected to overdubbed applause intended to turn the studio recordings … Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Rusty Gabbard (rg), Ernie Newton (bas), Date: August 12, 1950 Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings to simulate stereo. Svein Martin Pedersen has informed me that there appears to be different overdubbing on K12029 and EP675 . Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Chet Atkins (eg), probably Jack Shook (ag), Ernie Newton (bas), Date: July 12, 1952 Location: Nashville, TN? Date: January - May 1949 Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50622 (48-S-19)N 50623 (50-S-6133)N 50624 (48-S-21)N 50625 (55-S-381)N 50626 (51-S-6078), Date: May 27, 1968 Location: WSM Studio, 7th Avenue and Union Street, Nashville, TN The Luke the Drifter songs were recorded at various sessions between January 1950 and July 1952 at Castle Studio in Nashville with Fred Rose producing. Label: MGM, Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcriptions overdubbed by 6 musicians. Your email address will not be published. Free shipping . Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50163 (51-S-6028)N 50164 (50-S-6003)N 50165 (55-S-376), Date: April 28, 1967 Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Tommy Jackson (fid), Dale "Smokey" Lohman (sg), Zeke Turner (eg), Louis Innis (rg), Bronson "Brownie" Reynolds (bas). As Williams biographer Colin Escott put it: "Rose used Hank's first album as … shipping: + $10.99 shipping . Location: Capitol Theatre, Niagra Falls, New York, NY, Hank Williams (voc, ag), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms, George Varney (sg), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms, George Varney (sg), Date: June 13, 1952 (10:00 am - 1:00 pm) I Saw The Light has narration added. Location: Nashville, TN Hank Williams This year marks the 70th anniversary of music icon Hank Williams’ second recording session in Cincinnati. Available with an Apple Music subscription. For a man whose recording career lasted barely six years, Hank Williams casts an immense shadow. This is the first major revision of my Hank Williams discography. Location: Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN. Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies is a vocal duet by Hank and Audrey Williams. Label: STERLING, Hank Williams (voc, g), Tommy Jackson (fid), Dale "Smokey" Lohman (sg), Zeke Turner (eg), Louis Innis (bas), Date: April 21, 1947 Date: 1954 Required fields are marked *. Original master number is shown in parentheses.66-XY-493 (50-S-6006)66-XY-494 (51-S-6028)66-XY-495 (51-S-6027), Date: March 22, 1966 Location: Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN, Date: June 1, 1951 (7.00 - 10.00 pm) Location: Nashville, TN Original master number is shown in parentheses.66-XY-432 (52-S-6067)66-XY-433 (49-S-6072), Date: 1966 Please contact the promoter for any further information and […] Randall Hank Williams (born May 26, 1949), known professionally as Hank Williams Jr. or alternatively as Hank Jr. or Bocephus, is an American singer-songwriter and musician.His musical style is often considered a blend of Southern rock, blues, and country. Ira Dell, editor of Dell Publications, introducing I Won't Be Home No More (master 52-S-6068). Location: Nashville, TN Due to the Musicians’ Strike, Hank did not have a recording session for a year. 3 juil. Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Dale Potter (fid), Don Davis (sg), Zeb Turner (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Velma Williams (bas), Date: Spring 1949 Program 292, Part 2, is on a seperate disc from Program 292, Part 1. Location: Nashville, TN Label: MGM, Hank Williams Jr. (vocal) & others? Not a lot of time. On Dec. 11, 1946, country star Hank Williams recorded three hit songs in his first studio recording session ever. On December 22, 1948, Hank Williams came to the Herzog Studio to record with WLW’s Pleasant Valley Boys, the most in-demand session musicians in Country music. Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN Location: Bradley Studio, 21 st Street, Hillsboro Village, Nashville, TN. Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50768 (47-S-6023)N 50769 (50-S-6064)N 50770 (49-S-6039)N 50771 (49-S-6073)N 50772 (47-S-126)N 50773 (55-S-361), Date: October 2, 1968 Label: MGM, Strings and the Jordanaires (vocal group) overdubbed on previous recordings arranged by Bill McElhiney. Hank Williams’ Radio Recordings Compiled in Massive New Box Set Six-CD ‘Hank Williams: Pictures From Life’s Other Side’ will be accompanied by 272-page book featuring rare images of the singer Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings. According to Bob Pinson, all titles on SE 4040 are with overdubs. Label: MGM, Hank Williams Jr. (vocal) & others? Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Bob McNett (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Ernie Newton (bas), Date: January 10, 1950 (2:00 - 5:00 pm) From the beginning of 1949 to the end of 1953, Hank Williams was well represented on the Billboard Charts. Location: Nashville, TN Date: April 23, 1952 Williams's recording career lasted only six years and he died tragically at age 29, but he left a musical and emotional legacy that grows year by year. During his lifetime, Williams placed 30 songs on Billboard's Top C&W Records, while he had seven number one hits. Label: MGM, Audrey Williams (voc), Hank Williams (voc, g), Dale Potter (fid), Don Davis (sg), Zeb Turner (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Clyde Baum (man), probably Ernie Newton (bas), Hank Williams (voc, g), Dale Potter (fid), Don Davis (sg), Zeb Turner (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Clyde Baum (man), probably Ernie Newton (bas), Date: March 1-2, 1949 (11:00 pm - 2:00 am) $38.49. 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