36 Songs, 1 Hour 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This highlight collection zeroes in on what's made Hank Jr. so crucial to country. He’s obviously the link between OGs like his dad and the ’70s outlaw country revolution, but follow the thread from the honky-tonking “Family Tradition”—where he muses on that selfsame unique position—through his overdubbed duet with Hank Sr. on “There’s a Tear in My Beer” to the blend of musical modernism and old-school sentiments of “A Country Boy Can Survive.” It shows how Bocephus’ evolving aesthetic has greatly impacted country.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This highlight collection zeroes in on what's made Hank Jr. so crucial to country. He’s obviously the link between OGs like his dad and the ’70s outlaw country revolution, but follow the thread from the honky-tonking “Family Tradition”—where he muses on that selfsame unique position—through his overdubbed duet with Hank Sr. on “There’s a Tear in My Beer” to the blend of musical modernism and old-school sentiments of “A Country Boy Can Survive.” It shows how Bocephus’ evolving aesthetic has greatly impacted country.

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