Artists perfectly acquainted with Williams style are; Maddox Brothers and Rose; Jack Cardwell, Curley Williams & His Georgia Peach Pickers, The Delmore Brothers, Fred Crawford, Bill Darnel, George Jones, Morris Mills, Hank Thompson and more. The Jambalaya thematic topic continues with interpretations from Papa Cairo & His Boys titled 'Big Texas #2' and Morris Mills reworks the title as 'Jumbalia Answer' which results in a pounding Hillbilly Rocker in the development. For the wooden Indian melody two radically different songs and artists are used. Firstly, Ferlin Huskey and his close interpretation titled 'Minni Ha Cha', which has an interesting story within the lyrics. Secondly Justin Tubb self-composed Hillbilly Jump tune 'Somebody Ughed On You' which incorporates the basics of the title which only fans will ascertain. Two tribute songs are featured the rocker 'Hank You're Gone' from Hank The Drifter and Ferlin Huskey (label spelling) second title 'Hank's Song' which incorporates several of Williams song titles to pay tribute to the Master. The album is essential to Hank's fans and those who enjoy real Country And Western music with a Hillbilly and Honky Tonk Rhythm. The sleeve notes will offer information on the artists and where applicable the session information for Hank Williams recording of the song. The series of albums are compiled by well-known Dee Jay and face on the music scene Mark Armstrong, who has been Dee Jaying since his early teen years. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, twenty-eight songs, mastered for the best possible sound. The disc is housed in an attractively designed cardboard sleeve, specially designed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly. The album is great to play at home and perfect for Dee Jays who will find good dance-floor filling songs. The recordings are all killers and no fillers.
Artists perfectly acquainted with Williams style are; Maddox Brothers and Rose; Jack Cardwell, Curley Williams & His Georgia Peach Pickers, The Delmore Brothers, Fred Crawford, Bill Darnel, George Jones, Morris Mills, Hank Thompson and more. The Jambalaya thematic topic continues with interpretations from Papa Cairo & His Boys titled 'Big Texas #2' and Morris Mills reworks the title as 'Jumbalia Answer' which results in a pounding Hillbilly Rocker in the development. For the wooden Indian melody two radically different songs and artists are used. Firstly, Ferlin Huskey and his close interpretation titled 'Minni Ha Cha', which has an interesting story within the lyrics. Secondly Justin Tubb self-composed Hillbilly Jump tune 'Somebody Ughed On You' which incorporates the basics of the title which only fans will ascertain. Two tribute songs are featured the rocker 'Hank You're Gone' from Hank The Drifter and Ferlin Huskey (label spelling) second title 'Hank's Song' which incorporates several of Williams song titles to pay tribute to the Master. The album is essential to Hank's fans and those who enjoy real Country And Western music with a Hillbilly and Honky Tonk Rhythm. The sleeve notes will offer information on the artists and where applicable the session information for Hank Williams recording of the song. The series of albums are compiled by well-known Dee Jay and face on the music scene Mark Armstrong, who has been Dee Jaying since his early teen years. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, twenty-eight songs, mastered for the best possible sound. The disc is housed in an attractively designed cardboard sleeve, specially designed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly. The album is great to play at home and perfect for Dee Jays who will find good dance-floor filling songs. The recordings are all killers and no fillers.
4260072725461

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Format: CD
Label: ATOMICAT
Rel. Date: 07/10/2020
UPC: 4260072725461

Hank Williams Songbook: Howlin' At The Moon / Var
Artist: Hank Williams Songbook Howlin At The Moon / Var
Format: CD
New: Available 12.99
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DISC: 1

1. Maddox Brothers ; Rose - Move It On Over
2. George Jones - Howlin' At The Moon
3. Jack Cardwell - Walking Away My Blues
4. Curley Williams ; His Georgia Peach Pickers - Honey Do You Love Me, Huh'
5. Fred Crawford - You Gotta Wait
6. Spade Cooley ; His Orchestra (Vocal) Ginny Jackson - Honky Tonkin'
7. Fred Thornton And The Sons Of The Golden West - There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight
8. Lattie Moore - Sundown And Sorrow
9. Bill Darnel - Alone And Forsaken 1
10. Jim Boyd ; His Men Of The West - Dear John (I Brought Your Saddle Home) 1
11. Ray Hudson ; Western Rhytmaires - The Blues Walked Away 1
12. Zeb Turner - Never Been So Lonesome 1
13. George Jones - Settin' The Woods On Fire 1
14. Justin Tubb - Somebody Ughed On You 1
15. Ray Price - I Can't Escape From You 1
16. Gene O' Quin - Blues Come Around 1
17. Evan Kemp ; The Vantones - Rootie Tootie 1
18. Papa Cairo ; His Boys - Big Texas #2 1
19. The Delmore Brothers - Pan American Boogie 2
20. Porter Wagoner - Tennessee Border 2
21. Hardrock Gunter ; The Pebbles - My Bucket's Been Fixed 2
22. Jack Cardwell - Hey, Hey Baby 2
23. Morris Mills - Jumbalia Answer 2
24. Ferlin Huskey - Minni Ha Cha 2
25. Hank The Drifter - Hank You're Gone 2
26. Danny Darren ;The Drifting Playboys - Fool About You 2
27. Hank Thompson - I'll Be a Bachelor Till I Die 2
28. Ferlin Huskey - Hank's Song

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Artists perfectly acquainted with Williams style are; Maddox Brothers and Rose; Jack Cardwell, Curley Williams & His Georgia Peach Pickers, The Delmore Brothers, Fred Crawford, Bill Darnel, George Jones, Morris Mills, Hank Thompson and more. The Jambalaya thematic topic continues with interpretations from Papa Cairo & His Boys titled 'Big Texas #2' and Morris Mills reworks the title as 'Jumbalia Answer' which results in a pounding Hillbilly Rocker in the development. For the wooden Indian melody two radically different songs and artists are used. Firstly, Ferlin Huskey and his close interpretation titled 'Minni Ha Cha', which has an interesting story within the lyrics. Secondly Justin Tubb self-composed Hillbilly Jump tune 'Somebody Ughed On You' which incorporates the basics of the title which only fans will ascertain. Two tribute songs are featured the rocker 'Hank You're Gone' from Hank The Drifter and Ferlin Huskey (label spelling) second title 'Hank's Song' which incorporates several of Williams song titles to pay tribute to the Master. The album is essential to Hank's fans and those who enjoy real Country And Western music with a Hillbilly and Honky Tonk Rhythm. The sleeve notes will offer information on the artists and where applicable the session information for Hank Williams recording of the song. The series of albums are compiled by well-known Dee Jay and face on the music scene Mark Armstrong, who has been Dee Jaying since his early teen years. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, twenty-eight songs, mastered for the best possible sound. The disc is housed in an attractively designed cardboard sleeve, specially designed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly. The album is great to play at home and perfect for Dee Jays who will find good dance-floor filling songs. The recordings are all killers and no fillers.