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Habits Old and New: Original Classic Hits, Vol.5

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Album Review

Habits Old and New is a standard Hank Williams Jr. album from the early '80s, containing several covers of his father's classics ("Kaw-Liga," "Move It On Over"), a tribute to his father (Kris Kristofferson's "If You Don't Like Hank Williams"), plus several rabble-rousing redneck rockers ("All in Alabama," "American Way").

Customer Reviews

Habits old and New

This is a must for any Hank fan!! This is Hank singing out his "Family Tradition". "Dinasaur" is one of the best country songs ever written!! Kaw-Liga, Fallin again, The Blues Man-what a great song to put a tear in your beer! Take my word as a pure bread Bama boy who was raised on Hank, This one tells Hanks story and takes you up and down, but what a ride!!!!

one great album

one of Hanks best--from his rollicking remakes to the ballads. My favorite line is in "The American Way"

A Must Have for Hank Fans

This is my favorite Hank Jr. album. Truly these are some of his best songs. I love "Old Habits" and "Here I Am Fallin' Again " - two awesome heartfelt ballads. Dinasaur and American Way are pure Hank - fun and a little raunchy. If "Major Moves" were included on this album it would be complete!


Born: May 26, 1949 in Shreveport, LA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The offspring of famous musicians often have a hard time creating a career for themselves, yet Hank Williams, Jr. is one of the few to develop a career that is not only successful, but markedly different from his legendary father. Originally, Hank Jr. simply copied and played his father's music, but as he grew older, he began to carve out his own niche and it was one that owed as much to country-rock as it did to honky tonk. In the late '70s, he retooled his image to appeal both to outlaw country...
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