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Live at the Grand Ole Opry


Download links and information about Live at the Grand Ole Opry by Hank Williams. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 31 tracks with total duration of 01:23:24 minutes.

Artist: Hank Williams
Release date: 1999
Genre: Country
Tracks: 31
Duration: 01:23:24
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No. Title Length
1. Baby, We're Really in Love 2:57
2. Lovesick Blues 3:13
3. Wedding Bells 2:57
4. You're Gonna Change 2:49
5. Why Don't You Love Me? 3:06
6. Comedy (The AFRS Shows) (featuring Red Foley, Minnie Pearl) 2:56
7. They'll Never Take Her Love from Me 1:36
8. Nobody's Lonesome for Me (featuring The Louvin Brothers) 2:47
9. Dear John 2:10
10. Cold, Cold Heart 2:51
11. Hey, Good Lookin' 2:48
12. Honky Tonk Blues 1:56
13. Let the Spirit Descend 2:07
14. Baby, We're Really in Love 1:38
15. Comedy with Hank Williams and Rod Brasfield 4:25
16. The Old Country Church 2:40
17. I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You) 2:20
18. Jambalaya (On the Bayou) 3:27
19. Half As Much 2:41
20. Window Shopping 3:28
21. Long Gone Lonesome Blues 3:02
22. Aunt Jemima's Plaster (featuring Red Foley) 2:25
23. Lead Me to That Rock (featuring The Oak Ridge Quartet) 1:37
24. I Just Don't Like This Kind of Livin' 3:29
25. Comedy with Minnie Pearl (featuring Minnie Pearl) 4:00
26. Lord, I'm Coming Home (featuring Red Foley) 2:20
27. Oh, You Beautiful Doll (featuring Claude Sharpe & The Old Hickory Singers) 1:20
28. Comedy With Jamup & Honey Dialog (featuring Honey) 3:27
29. Lovesick Blues 2:39
30. You Ain't Got Faith (featuring The Oak Ridge Quartet) 1:28
31. Church Music (featuring Red Foley) 2:45



This two-disc set brings together every extant performance from Hank Williams' brief hookup with the Opry. The first disc collects 21 performances, both musical and in the company of Opry comedy regulars Minnie Pearl and Rod Brasfield. To give a sense of how his presence worked in the format of the show, the second disc is a complete Opry broadcast from 1950 with Williams as part of the cast that also features Red Foley, Wally Fowler and the Oak Ridge Quartet (forerunners of today's Oak Ridge Boys), Minnie Pearl, Claude Sharpe and the Old Hickory Singers, and blackface comedians Jamup and Honey. Whether he's singing one of his famous hits or an old gospel favorite, or playing straight man to Brasfield or Pearl, it's obvious that here was a performer with personality aplenty, and it comes across on these old acetates with amazing impact.