Hank Williams - Turn Back the Years: The Essential Hank Williams Collection (2005) [Country/Hillbilly/Honky-Tonk]

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Hank Williams - Turn Back the Years: The Essential Hank Williams Collection (2005) [Country/Hillbilly/Honky-Tonk]

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Artist: Hank Williams
Album: Turn Back the Years: The Essential Hank Williams Collection
Genre: Country/Hillbilly/Honky-Tonk
Origin: USA
Released: 2005
Quality: mp3, VBR 192-320 kbps
Tracklist:
CD 1:
1. Honky Tonkin'
2. Rockin' Chair Money
3. I'm A Long Gone Daddy
4. I've Been Down That Road Before
5. Moanin' The Blues
6. (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle
7. Rootie Tootie
8. You Better Keep It On Your Mind
9. Settin' The Woods On Fire
10. Wearin' Out Your Walkin' Shoes
11. Too Many Parties And Too Many Pals
12. Ramblin' Man
13. Tennessee Border
14. Howlin' At The Moon
15. Move It On Over
16. Hey, Good Lookin'
17. Leave Me Along With The Blues
18. Lost Highway
19. Honky Tonk Blues
20. There's A Tear In My Beer

CD 2:
1. Lovesick Blues
2. Wedding Bells
3. Mansion On The Hill
4. I'm Free At Last
5. My Love For You (Has Turned To Hate)
6. Your Cheatin' Heart
7. First Year Blues
8. On The Banks Of The Old Pontchartrain
9. May You Never Be Alone
10. House WIthout Love
11. They'll Never Take Her Love From Me
12. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
13. Let's Turn Back The Years
14. I'm So Tired Of It All
15. Cold, Cold Heart
16. You Win Again
17. Please Make Up Your Mind
18. Fool About You
19. Weary Blues From Waiting
20. I Can't Escape From You

CD 3:
1. I Saw The Light
2. Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine
3. Calling You
4. Wealth Won't Save Your Soul
5. The Pale Horse And His Rider
6. Beyond The Sunset
7. Are You Walkin' And A Talkin' For The Lord?
8. Let The Spirit Descend
9. The Battle Of Armageddon
10. Alone And Forsaken
11. Drifting Too Far From The Shore
12. House Of Gold
13. Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies
14. How Can You Refuse Him Now?
15. Tramp On The Street
16. Lost On The River
17. When God Dips His Love In My Heart
18. Death A Cold Gray Tomb Of Stone
19. I'll Have A New Body (I'll Have A New Life)
20. Angel Of Death

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There have been countless Hank Williams compilations issued over the years, ranging from cheap budget-line discs to box sets of his complete recordings, but the idea for the triple-disc 2005 set Turn Back the Years: The Essential Hank Williams Collection is a fresh one: instead of following the traditional chronological approach, or mixing up his greatest hits in random order, this borrows a cue from Columbia/Legacy's 2000 set Love, God, Murder and arranges Hank's work thematically. Each of the three discs is titled after one of his songs, each bearing a clear thematic imprint: the first is "Honky Tonkin'," and contains his barroom anthems; the second is "Cold, Cold Heart" and has his high, lonesome heartbreak songs; the third is "I Saw the Light" and is devoted to gospel and religious tunes. This is an effective way to present his catalog, since each of the discs plays as a cohesive album and, taken together, they give a good indication of the range and depth of Williams' music. That said, this shouldn't be seen as a definitive collection, containing all of his great songs -- indeed, such classics as "You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave)," "Mind Your Own Business," "My Bucket's Got a Hole in It," "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You)," "Half as Much," "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)," "I'll Never Get out of This World Alive," and "Why Don't You Love Me (Like You Used to Do)" are all absent. But that's the curse of a catalog as rich as Hank Williams' -- there's no way that one collection can contain all of his great songs. Turn Back the Years doesn't, but it does offer a different way of looking at his catalog that functions both as a thoroughly enjoyable listen for longtime fans and as an excellent introduction for neophytes who want thematic, cohesive albums instead of the usual greatest hits.

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