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40 Greatest Hits


Download links and information about 40 Greatest Hits by Hank Williams. This album was released in 1978 and it belongs to Rock, Country genres. It contains 40 tracks with total duration of 01:45:27 minutes.

Artist: Hank Williams
Release date: 1978
Genre: Rock, Country
Tracks: 40
Duration: 01:45:27
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No. Title Length
1. Move It On Over 2:43
2. A Mansion On the Hill 2:34
3. Lovesick Blues 2:43
4. Wedding Bells 2:54
5. Mind Your Own Business 2:54
6. You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave) 2:56
7. Lost Highway 2:41
8. My Bucket's Got a Hole In It 2:32
9. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 2:45
10. I Just Don't Like This Kind of Living 2:47
11. Long Gone Lonesome Blues 2:36
12. My Son Calls Another Man Daddy 2:33
13. Why Don't You Love Me 2:23
14. Why Should We Try Anymore 2:37
15. They'll Never Take Her Love from Me 2:44
16. Moanin' the Blues 2:23
17. Nobody's Lonesome for Me 2:30
18. Cold, Cold Heart 2:43
19. Dear John 2:34
20. Howlin' At the Moon 2:42
21. I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You) 2:23
22. Hey Good Lookin' 2:54
23. Crazy Heart 2:27
24. (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle 2:26
25. Baby We're Really In Love 2:32
26. Ramblin' Man 3:01
27. Honky Tonk Blues (1952 Single Version) 2:11
28. I'm Sorry for You My Friend 2:42
29. Half As Much 2:42
30. Jambalaya (On the Bayou) 2:52
31. Window Shopping 2:32
32. Settin' the Woods On Fire 2:36
33. You Win Again 2:35
34. I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive 2:25
35. Kaw-Liga 2:33
36. Your Cheatin' Heart 2:42
37. Take These Chains from My Heart 2:37
38. I Won't Be Home No More 2:44
39. Weary Blues from Waitin' (Dubbed Version) 2:34
40. I Saw the Light 2:45



Hank Williams was among the greatest country & western singers of all time. Others have had longer careers, and some came before him with sizable talents of their own, but Williams has a catalog that's beyond peer. That his professional recording career lasted for just six-plus years—before he died at age 29 in the back of a car on New Year's Day 1953 on his way to yet another show—makes the legend ever more fascinating. But it's the beauty of songs such as "Wedding Bells," "Lost Highway," "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," "Cold, Cold Heart," "I Can't Help It," "Your Cheating Heart," "You Win Again," and so many others that served as the template for Williams' extraordinary voice, which simply cries with overwhelming emotion. These recordings are the original performances, with "Weary Blues from Waitin'" receiving a tasteful overdubbing that's still within the confines of late-'40s/early-'50s hard country. This may be the single sharpest assembly of classic tracks. However, don't be surprised if you find yourself wishing you had the The Complete Hank Williams, since the quality of his recordings was outstanding from a very early date and continued that way until his death.