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Item Title: 20 Greatest Hits
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Hank 101. Country 101. After 27 years in print as 24 Greatest Hits, Mercury kindly reduced it to 20 Greatest Hits. It's still excellent value, and it's still sobering to realize that Hank recorded just 66 songs during his lifetime, almost all of them essential. Here are those that serve as a working definition of country music, and as an admonition to artists who try to get too wordy or try to lose themselves in minor keys. "Your Cheatin' Heart," "Honky-Tonk Blues," "Cold, Cold Heart," "Lovesick Blues," "You Win Again," "I Can't Help It," "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," and the rest. Fifty years later, they still have the power to move, and the power to shape modern country music. --Colin Escott

Item Title: 24 Greatest Hits
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24 of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits was originally released as a set of overdubbed recordings, where the spare original recordings were augmented by a fuller band and, occasionally, strings. In the '80s, Mercury reissued the album with the original, undubbed versions of the songs and this version stands as an excellent retrospective of Williams' finest moments, containing a wealth of tremendous, timeless songs like "Your Cheatin' Heart," "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," "Honky Tonk Blues," "Cold, Cold Heart," "Mind Your Own Business," "Hey Good Lookin'," and "Jambalaya," among others. - Stephen Thomas

Item Title: Alone and Forsaken
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18 digitally remastered tracks including a spoken intro from the compiler, Mark Johnson (The The). Tracks, 'Intro', 'Alone & Forsaken', 'Please Don't Let Me Love You', 'Ramblin Man', '(I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle', 'Lost Highway', 'I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry', 'Cold, Cold Heart', 'I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive', 'I've Been Down That Road Before', 'I Saw The Light', 'You Win Again', 'Please Make Up Your Mind', 'Someday You'll Call My Name', 'Ready To Go Home', 'Weary Blues From Waitin'', 'I Can't Escape From You' & 'Angel Of Death'. 2002

Item Title: Alone With His Guitar
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"The voice was coming from the radio, but it had such an easy affable tone that it could have been coming from the swing at the end of the porch, just the familiar voice coming out of the summer darkness where the shadow of the climbing roses fell. All across the south, [folks] were gathered before a makeshift electronic shrine whose god was Hank Williams....for nobody was kidding anybody. The best were the supporting cast...Hank was the real thing. It as rumored that he had his problems, but hell, we all had our problems. That just made him more surly one of us" - From the liner notes by William Gay Hank Williams, "the hillbilly Shakespeare," left this world nearly 50 years ago yet he retains his hold on the American imagination as the most potent icon of country music. On September 19th, Mercury Records Nashville releases a collection of rare recordings of solo radio performances and song demos, including notes about the music by Williams biographer Colin Escott. Nine tracks had not been released in this form until the Grammy-winning 'Complete Hank Williams' boxed set released in 1998. The original cover art is by Jon Langford, founding member of the Mekons and the Waco Brothers. Also included is an essay by southern writer William Gay, recent winner of the James Michener Memorial prize, and frequent contributor to the Oxford American. Ten of the eighteen cuts here come from early 1949 appearances on Shreveport, LA's KWKH; all but one of the rest are demo recordings made to pitch songs - some by other writers, some by Williams himself. The collection reveals a rarely-considered side of Williams, an entertainer deeply aware of the work of fellow musicians like Roy Acuff and Ernest Tubb, yet also capable of investing their songs with his own unmatched emotional depth. Without the instrumental backing found on all of his studio and most of his live recordings, these selections offer Hank Williams at his most direct and intimate, whether performing a familiar favorite or struggling to master a brand new creation. "Alone With His Guitar" is both an historically significant document and a compelling work of art, deepening our understanding of both the Poet of the People and ourselves. The CD version will include enhanced CD/ROM material never before released including previously un-issued spoken word recordings and exclusive visual elements. One recording of note is a commercial Williams recorded for his friend Neal "Pappy" McCormick, who was running for sheriff. - hankwilliams.com

Item Title: American Legend
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Item Title: Complete Works (10 CD Box Set)
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The Complete Hank Williams boxed set garnered two Grammy Awards including Best Historical Album for producers Colin Escott, Kira Florita, and The Country Music Foundation; and Best Boxed Recording Package for Jim Kemp and Virginia Team. The complete Hank Williams boxed set, executive produced by Mercury Nashville President, Luke Lewis, was initially released to coincide with the Sept. 17, 1998, 75th anniversary of Williams' birth. - hankwilliams.com

Item Title: Greatest Country Singer
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Item Title: Hank Williams: Low Down Blues
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Compilation featuring 16 of Hank's blues inspired songs, 5 are non-session demos. Includes: "Moanin' The Blues," "My Bucket's Got A Hole In It," "Low Down Blues," "Ramblin' Man," and more. Liner notes by Robert Palmer. (1996) - hankwilliams.com

Item Title: Hillbilly Hero
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UK budget-price box-set for one of the greatest country singer/songwriters who ever lived. Just some of the great songs featured on this set are, 'I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry', 'Lovesick Blues', 'Hey Good Lookin'' & 'Long Gone Lonesome Blues'. Also included are six Health & Happiness radio transcription recordings from late 1949. The 52 page booklet includes track details, rare photos & this man's remarkable story. Standard jewel cases housed in a slipcase. 2002.

Item Title: Honky Tonkin (12 songs)
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Item Title: Honky Tonkin (25 songs)
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Item Title: I Saw The Light
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Collection of 12 of Hank's most memorable gospel performances, including "I Saw The Light," "Thank God," "Jesus Remembered Me," "When God Comes and Gathers His Jewels," with original cover art. (1968/1993) - hankwilliams.com

Item Title: Instrumental Original Drifting Cowboys
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Item Title: Jambalaya
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Item Title: Live At The Grand Ole Opry
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"I thought he lived in our house. When I was a boy in Alabama, his voice, his words, his agony and joy and spirit were as inescapable as the heat, the damp, the sound of the wind in the pines… Even in his beautifully tailored western suits, he had told our story with beauty and pride and pain and something very close to love, for a man who had seemed to loathe himself, before he died…" - Excerpt from Bragg's liner notes - hankwilliams.com

Item Title: Louisiana Hayride Vol. 1
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Item Title: Love Sick Blues
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Item Title: Luke The Drifter
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Item Title: The Millenium Collection
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The Hank Williams volume of 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection is a good, basic compilation of Williams' highlights, featuring such timeless tunes as "Hey, Good Lookin'," "Jambalaya," "Move It On Over," "Honky Tonk Blues," "Why Don't You Love Me," "Honky Tonkin'," "I Saw the Light," and "Lovesick Blues." Yes, there are some major songs missing -- "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," "You Win Again," "A Mansion on the Hill," "My Bucket's Got a Hole in It," "Half as Much," and "My Son Calls Another Many Daddy," among others -- but this is fine as a budget-line sampler for casual fans. It's not the best compilation in his catalog, but it doesn't have a bum track on it, and it's a mighty fine listen. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide

Item Title: The Original Singles
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3 CD/CT box set includes 84 cuts, all 68 singles released, plus 16 rare recordings; a 1942 demo "I'm Not Coming Home Anymore," first single "NeverAgain,"/"Calling You," all the hit singles, plus "There's A Tear In My Beer," 36 page booklet, rare photos, and an in-depth essay by Colin Escott and more. (1990) - hankwilliams.com

Item Title: The Ultimate Collection
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Mercury/UTV Records' 2002 release The Ultimate Collection does not follow a strict chronological running order over the course of 42 songs and two discs, but that's not a problem since the sequencing flows easily and is logical to the ear. Besides, the other "best introduction/summary" to Hank Williams -- 1978's 40 Greatest Hits -- didn't run chronologically, either. That collection still is the best choice for an introduction, even if it doesn't have the remastered sound this boasts, because it has a better song selection. True, all of the stone-cold essentials are here, but there are lot of songs that really should have been here -- "My Son Calls Another Man Daddy," "Nobody's Lonesome for Me," "Dear John," "Baby, We're Really in Love," for instance -- yet aren't since the compilers favor a slight revisionist bent that will appeal to alt-country fans (more gloom and doom, not as much fun). It should be noted that this complaint is a minor one, applicable to those who already have a lot of Williams, and, overall, this is an excellent summary of his greatest work, one that will satisfy most listeners, or will convert those who have yet to realize why Hank is a legend. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide