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Editors’ Notes

This collection of loose ends is a musically rewarding set of classic country songs as they were first imagined by Hank Williams III's legendary grandfather. Though the grandson has since seen fit to explore hellbilly and other extreme forms of music, he's a powerful performer of music that falls under his family's tree. His vocals feature a variation on granddad's resonant cry, and III's takes of "I'm a Long Gone Daddy" and "Neath a Cold Gray Tomb of Stone"—as well as Merle Haggard's "The Bottle Let Me Down" and Waylon Jennings' "Good Hearted Woman"—are true and pure country music. The duet with Joey Allcorn on "This Ain't Montgomery" (featuring the beautiful sawing fiddles of his granddad's best work) appeared on Allcorn's 50 Years Too Late album. Some of these tracks appeared on compilation albums, while others are outtakes from Williams' first two albums for Curb Records, Risin' Outlaw and Lovesick, Broke and Driftin'. Despite its offhand nature, Long Gone Daddy is a solid display of Williams III's immense talents.

Customer Reviews

Hank III is King, but

FU#K CURB RECORDS, that is all

Love it

Waited so long for this and the wind blew cold mainly. It is my favorite song now.. This album just makes me want to kick back and drink a beer.

don't buy this album

You're just giving money to curb records, this was released without hank's permission


Born: December 12, 1972 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

As the grandson of Hank Williams and the son of Hank Jr., Hank Williams III was country music royalty before he ever sang a note. But he didn't immediately follow his forebears musically, choosing instead to bang around the Southeast, playing drums in punk and hardcore combos and smoking prodigious amounts of weed before he began pursuing a career in country music. It was the outlaw spirit of his lineage, alive and unwell...
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