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Hank Williams, Sr & Hank Williams, Jr - Father & Son mp3 download Performer: Hank Williams, Sr & Hank Williams, Jr
Album: Father & Son
Released: 1981
Style: Country
Size MP3: 1358 mb.
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Randall Hank Williams (born May 26, 1949), known professionally as Hank Williams J. or alternatively as Bocephus, is an American southern rock singer-songwriter and musician. His musical style is often considered a blend of Southern rock, blues, and country. He is the son of country music singer Hank Williams and the father of Hank Williams III, Holly Williams, Hilary Williams, Sam Williams and Katie Williams.

Father & Son ‎(LP, Album, Comp, Mono). MGM Records, MGM Records. Hank Williams, Sr. & Hank Williams, Jr. - Father & Son ‎(LP, Comp, Mono).

The son and namesake of country music pioneer Hank Williams, Hank Williams J. s style combined country with Southern rock and blues. Born on May 26, 1949, in Shreveport, Louisiana, Hank Williams Jr. was performing Hank S. s songs on stage at age 8. In the 1970s, he created his own musical identity, combining country with Southern rock and blues. Williams was severely injured in a mountain-climbing accident in 1975. He spent two years recovering from his injuries.

Greatest hits album by Hank Williams Jr. Released. February 1989 (1989-02). The video for the song won both the Country Music Association Music Video of the Year and Academy of Country Music Video of the Year awards.

As groundbreaking as Hank Williams Jr. became, it wasn’t just his performance that people took note about, but rather his songwriting that became so notable. The driven musician penned hit songs year after year scoring 20 BMI Awards. One of the arguably most-heard Country song of modern times, the four-time Emmy award-winning Are You Ready For Some Football?, which was heard nationally as the theme song of ABC and ESPN’s Monday Night Football telecasts, was aired for 21 years

Randall Hank Williams ("Bocephus" was his late father's fond nickname for him) was born May 26, 1949, a month before Hank S. s landmark first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry, and he was 3 when the elder Williams died. At 8, he went on stage as Hank Williams Jr. with his father's songs, voice and mannerisms. He debuted on the Opry at age 11 and at 14 made his first hit record, a rendition of his father's "Long Gone Lonesome Blues.


A1 Hank Williams Howlin' At The Moon
A2 Hank Williams Rootie Tootie
A3 Hank Williams Lovesick Blues
A4 Hank Williams Baby, We're Really In Love
A5 Hank Williams Jamblaya (On The Bayou)
B1 Hank Williams Jr. Hank
B2 Hank Williams Jr. Stoned At The Jukebox
B3 Hank Williams Jr. It's All Over But The Cryin'
B4 Hank Williams Jr. Rainin'In My Heart
B5 Hank Williams Jr. All For The Love Of Sunshine
C1 Hank Williams Wedding Bells
C2 Hank Williams Weary Blues (From Waitin')
C3 Hank Williams Mind Your Own Business
C4 Hank Williams My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
C5 Hank Williams Hey, Good Lookin'
D1 Hank Williams Jr. Pride's Not Hard To Swallow
D2 Hank Williams Jr. Cajun Baby
D3 Hank Williams Jr. I Walked Out On Heaven
D4 Hank Williams Jr. I Was With Red Foley (The Night He Passed Away)
D5 Hank Williams Jr. Eleven Roses
E1 Hank Williams Half As Much
E2 Hank Williams Someday You'll Call My Name
E3 Hank Williams Honky Tonkin'
E4 Hank Williams Take The Chains From My Heart
E5 Hank Williams Lost Highway
F1 Hank Williams Jr. Ain't That A Shame
F2 Hank Williams Jr. The Old Ryman
F3 Hank Williams Jr. I've Got My Future On Ice
F4 Hank Williams Jr. I Wouldn't Change A thing About You (But Your Name)
F5 Hank Williams Jr. The Kind Of Woman I Got
G1 Hank Williams Long Gone Lonesome Blues
G2 Hank Williams Kaw-Liga
G3 Hank Williams I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
G4 Hank Williams Honky Tonk Blues
G5 Hank Williams Why Don't You Love Me
H1 Lois Johnson , Hank Williams Jr. Send Me Some Lovin'
H2 Hank Williams Jr. I'll Think Of Something
H3 Hank Williams Jr. Living Proof
H4 Hank Williams Jr. I've Got A Right To Cry
H5 Hank Williams Jr. Almost Nearly But Not Quite Plumb
I1 Hank Williams I Won't Be Home No More
I2 Hank Williams You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave)
I3 Hank Williams Your Cheatin' Heart
I4 Hank Williams I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive
I5 Hank Williams Settin' The Woods On Fire
J1 Hank Williams Jr. The Last Love Song
J2 Hank Williams Jr. I'd Rather Be Gone
J3 Hank Williams Jr. Rainy Night In Georgia
J4 Hank Williams Jr. Long Gone Lonesome Blues
J5 Hank Williams Jr. I'm Gonna Be Your Baby Tonight


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