Hank Williams’ Radio Recordings Compiled in Massive New Box Set Six-CD ‘Hank Williams: Pictures From Life’s Other Side’ will be accompanied by 272-page book featuring rare images of the singer Original master number is shown in parentheses.71N 51233 (49-S-6035)71N 51234 (52-S-6061)71N 51235 (51-S-6114), (LAST NIGHT) I HEARD YOU CRYIN' IN YOUR SLEEP, I WATCHED MY DREAM WORLD CRUMBLE LIKE CLAY, (Hank Williams, Mel Foree, Curley Williams), WHEN YOU'RE TIRED OF BREAKIN OTHER HEARTS, THERE'S NO ROOM IN MY HEART FOR THE BLUES, WE'RE GETTIN' CLOSER TO THE GRAVE EACH DAY, HAPPY ROVIN' COWBOY (Theme Song) and Grant Turner's Announcement, BILE THEM CABBAGE DOWN featuring Jerry Rivers, I'LL HAVE A NEW BODY (I'LL HAVE A NEW LIFE), FISHERMAN'S HORNPIPE featuring Jerry Rivers, (Blanche Kerr Brock, Virgil P. Brock, Albert Kennedy Rowswell), (words Public Domain; music, Hank Williams), I CAN'T HELP IT (IF I'M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU), (Ervin Staggs, Johnnie Bailes, Z. Clements, M.D. Hank Williams Complete Mother's Best Recordings 15 CD and 1 DVD Box Set 3.5 out of 5 stars (4) 4 product ratings - Hank Williams Complete Mother's Best Recordings 15 CD and 1 DVD Box Set Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Bob McNett (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Ernie Newton (bas), Date: January 10, 1950 (2:00 - 5:00 pm) Original show number or master number is shown in parentheses.N 50860 (Health & Happiness Show # 1) N 50861 (Health & Happiness Show # 1) N 50862 (Health & Happiness Show # 1) N 50863 (Health & Happiness Show # 4) N 50864 (Health & Happiness Show # 4) N 50865 (Health & Happiness Show # 1) N 50866 (Health & Happiness Show # 1) N 50867 (Health & Happiness Show # 3) N 50868 (Health & Happiness Show # 3) N 50869 (Health & Happiness Show # 3) N 50870 (Health & Happiness Show # 3) N 50871 (Health & Happiness Show # 3) N 50872 (47-S-6022) N 50873 (Health & Happiness Show # 4), Overdubs on previous recordings to simulate stereo. Not true as Hank had two recording sessions elsewhere, both done at the Herzog Studio in Cincinnati, Ohio. Location: Nashville, TN Date: December, 1962 overdubbed on previous Hank Williams recordings. Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50003 (50-S-6097)N 50004 (47-S-6024)N 50005 (47-S-6021)N 50006 (51-S-6114), Date: April 21, 1966 Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50596 (50-S-6096)N 50597 (47-S-6023)N 50598 (51-S-6129)N 50599 (51-S-6114)N 50600 (49-S-6074)N 50601 (47-S-6021), Date: May 1, 1968 Label: MGM, Overdubs, including strings, on previous recordings arranged by Bill McElhiney. Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN There is no record of this overdubbing session in the MGM logbook.On E/SE 4300 and E/SE 4380, 52-S-6070's title is modified to Please Make Up Your Mind. In those four short years, he established the rules for all the country performers who followed him and, in the process, much of popular music. The first CD includes the earliest recordings of Hank at age 15 and four songs from a home recording session in 1940. A piece of country music history from the archives, from the one and only Hank Williams, unreleased recordings dated 1951!. Location: Nashville, TN By Hank Williams researcher Brian Turpen The Mother’s Best Flour shows are the most well-known and most sought-after Hank Williams artifact. Location: Nashville, TN Hank Williams’ first recording session was on December 14th of 1946, almost exactly six years before his death. It marked the final studio booking for Hank Williams, a … Private Hank Williams recordings overdubbed by Chester B 'Chet' Atkins (guitar), Sammy Pruett (guitar), Don Helms (steel guitar), Charles 'Indian Chuck' Wright (bass) and Jerry Rivers (fiddle). All were re-engineered by Danny Conover at WOR, New York, probably on April 28, 1947.On the reverse of MGM (UK) 630 is Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith and his Cracker-Jacks with In memory of Hank Williams (53-S-6012-2). Location: Nashville, TN Location: Rhein-Main AFB, Gateway Theatre, Frankfurt, Date: November 18, 1949 Location: Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN, Hank Williams (voc, g), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Date: October 25, 1951 Hiram "Hank" Williams (September 17, 1923 – January 1, 1953) was an American singer-songwriter and musician. Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50422 (47-S-125)N 50423 (47-S-126)N 50424 (50-S-6134)N 50425 (52-S-6069), Date: December 13, 1967 Date: November 12, 1949 Available with an Apple Music subscription. Location: WSM Studio, 7th Avenue and Union Street, Nashville, TN Label: MGM, Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcriptions overdubbed by 5 musicians. Label: STERLING, Hank Williams (voc, g), Charles "Skeeter" Willis (fid), Vic Willis (acc), James "Guy" Willis (g), Charles "Indian" Wright (bas). Date: April 5, 1952 His 5th Session was on November 6, 1947 while his 6th Session was not until November 7, 1948. overdubbed on previous Hank Williams. Original master number is shown in parentheses.66-XY-432 (52-S-6067)66-XY-433 (49-S-6072), Date: 1966 Date: January 7, 1965 I have seen a DVD of this performance for sale on EBay (which I was outbid on), whether it was legitamate or a bootleg I do not know. Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings. YOU BROKE YOUR OWN HEART (Hank Williams) COUNTRY MUSIC FOUNDATION LP 12": CMF-007 — The First Recordings (1986) b. Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Robert "Chubby" Wise (fid), Jerry Byrd (sg), Zeke Turner (eg), probably Louis Innis (bas), possibly Fred Rose or Owen Bradley (pn), Date: November 7, 1947 Original master number is shown in parentheses.66-XY-493 (50-S-6006)66-XY-494 (51-S-6028)66-XY-495 (51-S-6027), Date: March 22, 1966 overdubbed on previous Hank Williams. Due to the Musicians’ Strike, Hank did not have a recording session for a year. Location: Nashville, TN 7 January 1965 [overdub session] Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN – Hank Williams, Jr. (Hank Williams, Jr, [vcl] + unknown musicians + original tracks by Hank Williams. This overdub session is not recorded in the MGM master book. Label: MGM, Overdubs, including strings, on previous recordings arranged by Bill McElhiney. Location: Sunset Park, West Grove, Pennsylvania, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Bobby Montgomery (rg), Roy Perkins (bas), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Bobby Montgomery (rg), Roy Perkins (bas). Fullfilled by Merchbar. The Health & Happiness shows were recorded on two consectutive Sundays in Mid-October either 9/10 and 16/10, or 16/10 and 23/10. Date: July 8, 1953 Original master number is shown in parentheses.66-XY-524 (52-S-6060)66-XY-525 (52-S-6097)66-XY-526 (52-S-6061)66-XY-527 (49-S-6060), Date: April 1, 1966 Date: July, 1953 Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings to simulate stereo. Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Dale Potter (fid), Don Davis (sg), Zeb Turner (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Velma Williams (bas), Date: Spring 1949 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Overdub of 51-S-6129 (51-XY-913).Polydor MVG 317 has master 61-XY-913 for Honky Tonk Blues arranged by Bill McElhiney. Location: Nashville, TN I'm Telling You is sung by Audrey Williams.Despite what it says on the label MR-1069 is a mixture of tracks from the Health and Happiness shows not a complete show. Label: MGM, Audrey Williams (voc), Hank Williams (voc, g), Tommy Jackson (fid), Jerry Byrd (sg), Zeke Turner (eg), Louis Innis (rg), Clyde Baum (man), Willie Thawl (bas), Hank Williams (voc, g), Tommy Jackson (fid), Jerry Byrd (sg), Zeke Turner (eg), Louis Innis (rg), Clyde Baum (man), Willie Thawl (bas), Date: August 1948 - May 1949 Location: Titania Palast (Palace), Berlin, Audrey Williams (voc), Hank Williams (voc, g), Date: January 9, 1950 (2:00 - 5:00 pm) Hank Williams and "Little" Jimmy Dickens sing "The Old Country Church" as duet with possibly Uncle Ed(die) MacEwen playing the accordian. Hank Williams classic "Hey, Good Lookin'" was released on June 22, 1951. Location: Nashville, TN MGM master numbers were assigned at Nashville in 1948 when they were purchased by MGM from Fred Rose. Master number 55-S-361 was assigned in Nashville in 1955. Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), probably Eddie Hill (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), Date: August 10, 1951 (7:00 - 10:30 pm) On December 22, 1948, Hank Williams came to the Herzog Studio to record with WLW’s Pleasant Valley Boys, the most in-demand session musicians in Country music. Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50823 (55-S-353)N 50824 (55-S-363)N 50825 (48-S-22)N 50826 (55-S-384)N 50827 (55-S-356)N 50828 (47-S-6004)N 50829 (55-S-230)N 50830 (47-S-6006)N 50831 (55-S-383)N 50832 (55-S-231)N 50833 (54-S-326)N 50834 (55-S-364), Date: November 12, 1968 He was a superstar by the age of 25; he was dead at the age of 29. Hank wrote a body of songs tha…. Date: February 16, 1965 Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50774 (51-S-6056)N 50775 (50-S-6006)N 50776 (53-S-6104)N 50777 (50-S-6096)N 50778 (51-S-6027)N 50779 (49-S-6058)N 50780 (51-S-6079)N 50781 (49-S-6074)N 50782 (52-S-6098)N 50783 (50-S-6004)N 50784 (51-S-6030)N 50785 (49-S-6036), Date: October 3, 1968 Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings. Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50486 (49-S-6075)N 50487 (47-S-6021)N 50488 (52-S-6062)N 50489 (50-S-6097), Date: January 12, 1968 Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Harold Bradley (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), possibly Owen Bradley (org), Date: Summer 1951 Location: KWKH Studios, Shreveport, LA. For years, the principals of the Hank Williams estate (Hank Jr. and Jett) were warring back and forth, and this kept the treasure trove of Hank Williams' legacy recordings relegated to bootlegs and listening parties for the select few with access to the Acuff/Rose archive. Location: Nashville, TN. His recording sessions lasted from 1947 to 1952. Location: Nashville, TN Please contact the promoter for any further information and […] MGM master number 66-XY-495 was assigned in Nashville in 1966 when it was overdubbed with a Hank Williams Jr. vocal. Date: 1954 Label: MGM, Date: July, 1958 To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive. Location: Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN. Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50482 (50-S-6005)N 50483 (50-S-6004)N 50484 (51-S-6080)N 50485 (52-S-6059), Date: December 15, 1967 Original show number or master number is shown in parentheses.61-XY-1032 (Health & Happiness Show # 3) 61-XY-1033 (Health & Happiness Show # 3) 61-XY-1034 (Health & Happiness Show # 3) 61-XY-1035 (Health & Happiness Show # 3) 61-XY-1036 (47-S-6022) 61-XY-1037 (Health & Happiness Show # 4), Date: 1962? Date: February 13, 1947 Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings to simulate stereo. Lovesick Blues and Long Gone Lonesome Bluesalso had narration added.N 50786 (53-S-6118)N 50787 (55-S-376)N 50788 (55-S-373)N 50789 (53-S-6103)N 50790 (50-S-6097)N 50791 (49-S-6072)N 50792 (47-S-6021)N 50793 (51-S-6129)N 50794 (49-S-6060)N 50795 (47-S-6022)N 50796 (47-S-6020)N 50797 (50-S-6003), Date: November 11, 1968 Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), Farris Coursey (drm), Hank Williams (voc, g), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Sammy Pruett (eg), Jack Shook (rg), Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater" (Howard Watts) (bas), Owen Bradley or Fred Rose (org), Date: November 11, 1950 “Take These Chains From My Heart” was released by MGM as the follow-up to “Kaw-Liga” and “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” and soon became another country bestseller. A reception will follow in … Location: Nashville, TN In 1989 he began touring with Jett Williams, Hank Williams' daughter. This is the first major revision of my Hank Williams discography. Location: Nashville, TN In 1998 Mercury Nashville released a box set “ the Complete Hank Williams”. Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN 60-XY-62460-XY-62560-XY-626, Date: April 20, 1960 (afternoon) Label: MGM, Overdubs, including strings, on previous recordings arranged by Bill McElhiney. Location: Nashville, TN Location: Nashville, TN In 1949, 26-year old Hank Williams struck a deal with the makers of Hadacol to sponsor his first syndicated radio series. It was an engagement that would yield no fewer than three country No.1s, including the song that, posthumously, became his last, “Take These Chains From My Heart.” The session also saw Williams tape “Kaw-Liga” and “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” both sides of which topped the country chart, separately and consecutively, as well as “I Could Never Be Ashamed Of You.” That appeared as the B-side of the single with which Hank was charting at the time of his death, the eerily-titled “I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive.”. a. Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings. Label: MGM. Chapter 5. Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50513 (50-S-6064)N 50514 (52-S-6061)N 50515 (49-S-6073), Date: April 25, 1968 Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50048 (50-S-6133)N 50049 (51-S-6057)N 50050 (50-S-6135)N 50051 (48-S-19), Date: October 7, 1966 Date: 1939 - 1940 Original master number is shown in parentheses.65-XY-349 (49-S-6035)65-XY-350 (49-S-6034)65-XY-351 (49-S-6074)65-XY-352 (51-S-6079), Date: March 16, 1965 Location: Castle Studios, Tulane Hotel, Nashville, TN, Hank Williams (voc, rg), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Bob McNett (eg), Hillous Butrum (bas), Grant Turner (ann), Hank Williams (voc, rg), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Bob McNett (eg), Hillous Butrum (bas), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Bob McNett (eg), Hank Williams (rg), Hillous Butrum (bas), Audrey Williams (voc), Hank Williams (voc, rg), Jerry Rivers (fid), Don Helms (sg), Bob McNett (eg), Hillous Butrum (bas). In that short period, Hank released two studio albums and 31 singles. Location: Nashville, TN Location: Nashville, TN On Aug. 30, 1949, Williams cut four tracks — … Label: MGM, Hank Williams Jr. (vocal) & others? The song has been widely praised; Williams' biographer Colin Escott deems it … UNRELEASED Recording sessions Blade Runner 2049 soundtrack RARE collectible CD-R. $25.97. Master number 54-S-325 was assigned in Nashville on September 24, 1954.Master number 54-S-504 was assigned in Nashville in September, 1954. Label: MGM, Date: 1955 The complete Hank Williams [sound recording]. Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50013 (51-S-6128)N 50014 (50-S-6064)N 50015 (51-S-6112), Date: May 5, 1966 Original master number is shown in parentheses.66-XY-516 (49-S-6058)66-XY-517 (51-S-6079)66-XY-518 (51-S-6056)66-XY-519 (52-S-6096), Date: March 28, 1966 Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN shipping: + $10.99 shipping . Sign up for waitlist. Location: Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN, Date: June 1, 1951 (7.00 - 10.00 pm) The Sterling and MGM Records sessions: Part one - 12/11/46 through 11/07/47 -- CD 2. Location: Nashville, TN Label: MGM, Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcriptions overdubbed by 5 musicians; possibly Harold Ray Bradley (electric guitar), Ray Edenton (rhythm guitar), Don Helms (steel guitar), Floyd 'Lightnin'' Chance (bass) and Murray 'Buddy' Harman (drums). Original show number or master number is shown in parentheses.61-XY-1096 (Health & Happiness Show # 2) 61-XY-1097 (49-S-6060) 61-XY-1098 (47-S-6022) 61-XY-1099 (Health & Happiness Show # 4), Date: December 30, 1962 Location: Nashville, TN Those who know Hank Williams music (and my guess is that if you plan to spend over $80 for this set, you are aware of him), know that he died at the tender age of 29. Location: Station KFBI, Wichita, Kansas, Date: September 15, 1951 Location: Nashville, TN Location: Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN. Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN Location: Nashville, TN Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN Hank Williams (country music legend) (tracks 6–9, 11, 14–15, 18–19) Bonnie Dodd ( American songwriter and musician ) (track 16) Marcel Joseph (track 10) Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies is a vocal duet by Hank and Audrey Williams. Location: Castle Studio, Nashville, TN Location: Nashville, TN Recording and composition. ∙ Williams distilled Rufus Payne’s blues, Jimmie Rodgers’ yodeling and lyric imagery, and Ernest Tubb’s honky-tonk into a unique—and high…. Original master number, when applicable, is shown in parentheses.60-XY-662 (Are You Walkin' And A Talkin' For The Lord [version 2])60-XY-66360-XY-790 (55-S-382), Date: April 20, 1960 (evening) Robert Loius Stevenson. Acquista online Shreveport sessions di Hank Williams in formato: Vinile su Mondadori Store Location: Nashville, TN, Date: September 4, 1952 To sketch the basics of The Complete Hank Williams: There are 10 CDs encompassing 225 cuts from all parts of his career--the demos, the radio shows, the Opry debut triumph. ... Time Life HANK WILLIAMS: Unreleased Recordings SEALED 2CD+Legendary Country MINT. A recording session took place on September 23, 1952 at Castle Studio in Nashville that was both productive and poignant. Location: WSM Studio, 7th Avenue and Union Street, Nashville, TN ‎∙ As a child, future country legend Hank Williams met Rufus “Tee Tot” Payne, a Black blues musician who offered him guitar lessons in exchange for meals or money. Label: MGM, Overdubs on previous recordings. The historical marker recognizing Herzog’s studio and Hank Williams’ sessions will be unveiled at 1 p.m. Sunday in front of 811 Race St., Downtown. Original master number is shown in parentheses.N 50609 (55-S-382)N 50610 (60-XY-623)N 50611 (54-S-505)N 50612 (60-XY-625)N 50613 (60-XY-663)N 50614 (55-S-360), Date: May 2, 1968 Location: Nashville, TN Original master number, when applicable, is shown in parentheses.59-XY-634 (55-S-359)59-XY-635 (55-S-372)59-XY-636, Date: October 28, 1959 Label: MGM, Hank Williams (voc, g), Dale Potter (fid), Don Davis (sg), Zeb Turner (eg), Jack Shook (rg), probably Ernie Newton (bas), Date: March 20, 1949 (7:30 - 10:30 pm) Heart '' is a vocal duet by Hank Williams researcher Brian Turpen Mother. Others who were compelled to cut a version included Rick Nelson, Dean,. E 3850 most well-known and most sought-after Hank Williams acts as emcee for this show in 1949, Health. I Want to Live and Love Always is a vocal duet by Hank Williams researcher Brian the... Six years before his death his 11th in a span of some four years ALMERIA CLUB recordings CD... 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