40 Greatest Hits is a two-record greatest hits compilation by American singer-songwriter Hank Williams. It was released in 1978 by Mercury Records - who under PolyGram became responsible for the MGM tape vault - on the 25th anniversary of Williams' death.
Greatest Hits is an album by American country music singer and songwriter Hank Williams Jr. The Album was issued by MGM Records as number SE 4656. It reached on Billboard's chart of Country Albums in 1970. It's All Over But the Crying – 2:34. Standing in the Shadows – 3:07. Where Do I Go From Here – 2:21. I'd Rather Be Gone – 2:42. Are You Lonely Too – 2:33. Rock In My Shoe – 2:08. My Heart Won't Let Me Go – 2:15.
Artist: Hank Williams Album: 40 Greatest Hits Genre: Country Label: Polygram Released: 1978 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: CD 1: 1. Move It On Over (2:45) 2. A Mansion On The Hill (2:36) 3. Lovesick Blues (2:45) 4. Wedding Bells (2:56) 5. Mind Your Own Business (2:57) 6. You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave) (2: 59) 7. Lost Highway (2:44) 8. My Bucket's Got A Hole In It (2:34) 9. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (2:48) 10. I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Living (2:49) 11. Long Gone Lonesome Blues (2:38) 12. My Son Calls Another Man Daddy (2:34) 13. Why Don't.
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However, as a one-stop shopping place for Hank's basic repertoire, 40 Greatest Hits is as good as it gets. While it doesn't include everything, practically every memorable hit is here, and thankfully every cut appears in its original form (that means in mono, with no string overdubs or artificial duets with his family members). The track sequence subtly reflects the arc of Williams' short but vitally important career, and there's enough good music and great songs here to make a fan of anyone with even a passing interest in American music.
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As with Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 and Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, this compilation proved to be both a commercial and critical success for Williams. It reached Number One on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, giving Williams his ninth Number One career album. It is also Williams eighth career album to be certified at least Platinum by the RIAA. There's a Tear in My Beer" in particular enjoyed great success.
40 Greatest Hits is a two-record greatest hits compilation by American singer-songwriter Hank Williams. Significantly, it was the first anthology in quite some time that did not subject Williams' recordings to either rechanneled stereo, posthumous overdubs, artificial duets with family members (like his son Hank J., or most or all of the above 40 Greatest Hits.
|A1||Cold, Cold Heart|
|A2||Jambalaya (on The Bayou)|
|A3||You Win Again|
|A5||Take These Chains From My Heart|
|A6||There'll Be No Tear-Drops Tonight|
|A7||Settin' The Woods On Fire|
|B1||Your Cheatin' Heart|
|B2||Hey, Good Lookin'|
|B4||I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love WIth You)|
|B5||Why Don't You Love Me|
|B6||I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry|
|B7||Half As Much|
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