Various - The Lost Notebooks Of Hank Williams FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: The Lost Notebooks Of Hank Williams
Style: Country Rock
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Black sticker on shrink wrap with info about content of vinyl package and appearing artists. Songs were created from writings left behind by Hank Williams set to new music. Comes with full length CD and 2-sided fold-out poster. Duration not listed on CD.
Earthy Organic Poignant Ramshackle Warm Wistful Yearning. Day Driving Feeling Blue Healing/Comfort Heartache Introspection Open Road Other Times & Places The Great Outdoors. The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams. As one of the few American singer/songwriters whose legacy rivals Hank Williams, it’s no surprise that Bob Dylan was entrusted with a collection of lyrics Hank left behind, the idea being that Dylan could set them to music. Dylan decided it was a project too big for one man so he recruited a number of like-minded artists to turn these words into songs, choosing artists with some measure of debt to Williams no matter their purported stylistic designation.
The odyssey of Hank Williams' notebooks is recounted in the album's liner notes, penned by Michael McCall from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, who observes, "The history of Hank's notebooks is as complex as the legend himself. Yet, in the end, what matters most are the songs, and these new works rise from the ether with ghostly relevance. My biggest complaint is that listening to the entire album in one sitting can be pretty depressing. Yes, Hank was the master of cheating songs, or plaintive ballads of lost love. But he also had another side.
Studio album by Various artists. Williams died suddenly in 1953 at the age of 29 while traveling to his next scheduled concert on New Years Day in Canton, Ohio In 2006, a janitor working for Sony/ATV Music Publishing claimed to have found Williams' unfinished lyrics inside a Sony-owned dumpster. She said that she had sold Williams' notes to a representative of the Honky-Tonk Hall of Fame and the Rock-N-Roll Roadshow. The Legend of Jesse James.
Using Hank Williams’ lyrics notebooks to imagine songs he never finished, The Lost Notebooks turns a vaguely necrophiliac idea into a startling reincarnation. Bob Dylan‘s mariachi waltz, The Love That Faded, is a sweet-croaked séance; Lucinda Williams and Jack White, in different ways, show how much room Hank’s writing gives singers to emote. The ghostliest moment is Alan Jackson’s You’ve Been Lonesome, Too. Stoic and emotionally devastated, Jackson reconnects Williams with the country tradition he fathered. In This Article: Various Artists. Game of Thrones’ Series Finale Recap: Ashes to Ashes.
The only thing more exciting than the release of 12 previously unrecorded Hank Williams lyrics is the group of artists recruited to put them together. The release of this album continues the Williams’ legend by marking the first time these lyrics have been put in public, but meanwhile the roster of artists on the track listing is not only impressive, it’s mesmerizing. Let’s put it this way: if you walked into a restaurant and saw these 13 musicians sitting around a table drinking whiskey and chewing hunks of steak, well, we’d never be allowed in that restaurant anyway, so let’s just stop dreaming.
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The Lost Notebooks is being released on Oct. 4 on Mr. Dylan’s imprint, Egyptian Records, in conjunction with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Columbia Records. Bob Dylan assembled various singers to put unrecorded lyrics by Hank Williams to music. The result is The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams. Artists who participated in the album, which has been in the works for almost a decade, expressed their sense of honor at being asked to complete the work of such a monumental musician. There’s a lot of magic still left in these songs, said Alan Jackson, who opens the album with You’ve Been Lonesome, Too.
Compilation by various artists. You've Been Lonesome, Too by Alan Jackson. The Love That Faded by Bob Dylan. How Many Times Have You Broken My Heart? by Norah Jones (featuring Gillian Welch). You Know That I Know by Jack White. I'm So Happy I Found You by Lucinda Williams. I Hope You Shed a Million Tears by Rodney Crowell and Vince Gill. You're Through Fooling Me by Patty Loveless. You'll Never Again Be Mine by Levon Helm. Blue Is My Heart by Holly Williams (featuring Hank Williams, J.
Hank Williams' discography is composed of thirty-one singles released during his six-year career; as well as posthumous work including: singles, compilation albums and previously unreleased material After being signed with the help of Fred Rose to Sterling Records, Williams assisted his debut recording session on December 11, 1946 at Castle Recording Company's studio D in Nashville, Tennessee. "American album certifications – Hank Williams – 24 of Hank Williams%27 Greatest Hits". Recording Industry Association of America. The Garden Spot Programs, 1950.
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|1||–Alan Jackson||You've Been Lonesome, Too
Acoustic Guitar – Bruce WatkinsBass – Glenn WorfCoordinator [Production Coordinator] – Jason Campbell Electric Guitar – Brent MasonEngineer [Additional] – Matt RoveyFiddle – Stuart DuncanMastered By – Hank Williams Music By – Alan Jackson Producer – Keith StegallRecorded By [Assistant], Mixed By [Assistant] – Brandon Bell, Greg LawrenceRecorded By, Mixed By – Gary PaczosaSteel Guitar – Paul Franklin
|2||–Bob Dylan||The Love That Faded
Bass – Tony GarnierDrums – George G. Receli*Engineer – Chris ShawGuitar – Denny Freeman, Stu Kimball*Mastered By – Greg CalbiMusic By – Bob DylanProducer – Jack Frost Steel Guitar, Violin – Donnie HerronVocals, Guitar – Bob Dylan
|3||–Norah Jones||How Many Times Have You Broken My Heart?
Engineer – Paul KennerleyMixed By – Tom SchickMusic By – Norah JonesVocals, Guitar – Dave Rawlings*, Gillian Welch
|4||–Jack White||You Know That I Know
Acoustic Guitar – Dean Ferita*Double Bass [Upright Bass] – Dominic John Suchyta*Drums – Carla AzarEngineer – Joe ChiccarelliEngineer [Assistant] – Lowell ReynoldsMixed By – Jack White , Joe ChiccarelliMusic By – Jack White Producer – Jack White III*Steel Guitar – Donnie HerronVocals, Electric Guitar – Jack White
|5||–Lucinda Williams||I'm So Happy I Found You
Coordinator [Project Coordinator] – Jolie LevineEngineer [Second] – Ghian WrightManagement – Frank CallariManagement [Business Management] – Craig Jones , Jamie LayMusic By – Lucinda WilliamsProducer – Lucinda WilliamsRecorded By, Mixed By – Eric LiljestrandVocals, Guitar – Lucinda Williams
|6||–Vince Gill And Rodney Crowell||I Hope You Shed A Million Tears
Bass – Dennis CrouchFiddle – Kenny SearsGuitar, Vocals – Rodney Crowell, Vince GillMusic By – Rodney Crowell, Vince GillPedal Steel Guitar – Don Helms
|7||–Patty Loveless||You're Through Fooling Me
Acoustic Guitar – Buddy MinnixBass – Emory Gordy, Jr.Contractor – Lauren KochDrums – Kerlan SpurElectric Guitar – Leigh CochranFiddle – Deanie RichardsonLap Steel Guitar – Butch LeeMusic By – Emory Gordy, Jr., Patty LovelessProducer – Emory Gordy, Jr.Recorded By, Mixed By – Ellery Durgin
|8||–Levon Helm||You'll Never Again Be Mine
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Fiddle, Mandolin, Dobro – Larry CampbellBacking Vocals – Amy Helm, Teresa WilliamsBass – Mike MerrittLead Vocals, Drums – Levon HelmManagement – Barbara O'BrienMusic By – Larry Campbell, Levon HelmProducer – Larry CampbellRecorded By, Mixed By – Justin Guip
|9||–Holly Williams||Blue Is My Heart
Acoustic Guitar – Holly Williams, Vince GillMusic By – Holly WilliamsPercussion – Chris McHughRecorded By, Engineer, Mixed By – Justin NiebankSteel Guitar – Tom Bukovac
|10||–Jakob Dylan||Oh, Mama, Come Home
Music By – Jakob DylanRecorded By, Mixed By – Jason Lader
|11||–Sheryl Crow||Angel Mine
Bass – David HayesDrums – James Preston*Engineer – Calvin TurnbullEngineer [Additional] – Steve MarcantonioEngineer [Pro-Tools] – Mimi (Audia) Parker*Guitar – Bill Bottrell, Roger FritzMandolin – Steven BatesMusic By – Sheryl CrowPedal Steel Guitar – Gene ParsonsProducer, Mixed By – Bill BottrellTrumpet – Dave Sinclair Vocals – Sheryl Crow
|12||–Merle Haggard||The Sermon On The Mount
Bass – Kevin Williams Coordinator [Production Coordinator] – Frank MullDobro – Rob IckesDrums – George G. Receli*Guitar – Red Lane, Reggie Young, Scott JossMusic By – Merle HaggardPiano – Doug ColosioProducer – Lou Bradley, Merle HaggardVocals, Guitar – Merle Haggard
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment
- Manufactured By – Sony Music Japan International Inc.
- Producer – Mary Martin
|88697090101, TMR-119, C 709010||Various||The Lost Notebooks Of Hank Williams (LP, Album + CD, Album)||Egyptian Records, Third Man Records, Country Music Foundation Records, Columbia||88697090101, TMR-119, C 709010||US||2011|
|88697090102||Various||The Lost Notebooks Of Hank Williams (CD, Album)||Columbia, Egyptian Records, Country Music Foundation Records||88697090102||US||2011|
|88697090102||Various||The Lost Notebooks Of Hank Williams (CD, Album)||Columbia, Egyptian Records, Country Music Foundation Records||88697090102||Australia||2011|
|88697090102||Various||The Lost Notebooks Of Hank Williams (CD, Album)||Columbia, Egyptian Records, Sony Music, Country Music Foundation Records||88697090102||Europe||2011|
|88697 09010 2||Various||The Lost Notebooks Of Hank Williams (CD, Album)||Columbia, Egyptian Records, Sony Music, Country Music Foundation Records||88697 09010 2||Canada||2011|