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Album Review

A real treat for Hank-o-philes who really drooled over the few gritty demo recordings that appeared on the extensive box set The Complete of Hank Williams. Leading off with the previously unreleased "Tennesee Border," ten of the 18 cuts here come from early '49 appearances on Shreveport, Louisiana's KWKH; and the rest are demo recordings made to pitch songs to his label. These provide a warm, intimate look at a man playing songs on his guitar that would change the world.

Customer Reviews

Not as known, but no less as good

Some of the songs on this cd are new to even major Hank fans. However, they are still as entertaining as Hanks' other songs. These songs are as clear as those recorded in a big studio, but the pops and cracks make them feel more intimate and more well, Hank Williams. My two favorite songs are "Tennessee Border" and "Please Don't Let Me Love You." I really enjoyed this.

this is raw

My favorite Hank record. Hank is one of my favorite country western singers ever. This is the best thing he's ever put out musically. Real raw music is just a blues singer with his guitar, playin' away. Hank Sr. rules.

Hank Williams: Alone with his guitar

Scuse me, iTunes, but nobody rates Hank, Hank rates you: If you can’t dig him, there’s something wrong with you. I give it six stars out of five possible. No, make that eight.

Biography

Born: September 17, 1923 in Georgiana, AL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s

Hank Williams is the father of contemporary country music. He was a superstar by the age of 25; he was dead at the age of 29. 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. Hank wrote a body of songs that became popular classics, and his direct, emotional lyrics and vocals...
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