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Hank Williams - Let's Turn Back The Years : July 1951 - June 1952 ; Volume VII Full Album

Hank Williams - Let's Turn Back The Years : July 1951 - June 1952 ; Volume VII Full Album Performer: Hank Williams
Title: Let's Turn Back The Years : July 1951 - June 1952 ; Volume VII
Style: Country, Folk, Bluegrass
Category: World
Date of release: 1987
Country: US
Label: Polydor
Catalog number: 833 749-2
Size MP3: 1797 mb
Size FLAC: 2582 mb
Rating: 4.1

Tracklist

1Someday You'll Call My Name
Written-By – Hill, Branch
2:10
2Honky Tonk Blues
Written-By – Hank Williams
2:09
3I'd Still Want You
Written-By – Hank Williams
2:34
4'Neath A Cold Grey Tomb Of Stone
Written-By – Hank Williams, Foree
2:39
5Window Shopping
Written-By – M. Joseph
2:30
6The Log Train
Written-By – Hank Williams
2:20
7Are You Walkin' And A Talkin' For The Lord?
Written-By – Hank Williams
1:56
8Crazy Heart
Written-By – Rose, Murray
2:19
9When You're Tired Of Breaking Other Hearts
Written-By – C. Williams, Hank Williams
1:05
10Jesus Is Calling
Written-By – Monroe, Hank Williams
1:41
11Little Paper Boy
Written-By – Anglin, Wright
3:00
12Baby We're Really In Love
Written-By – Hank Williams
2:31
13Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
Written-By – Hank Williams
2:50
14 Undubbed Non-Session Recordings
15I'm Sorry For You My Friend
Written-By – Hank Williams
2:40
16Let's Turn Back The Years
Written-By – Hank Williams
2:21
17Thank God
Written-By – F. Rose
2:16
18 Non-Session Group Recordings
19A Teardrop On A Rose
Written-By – Hank Williams
2:26
20I'll Never Get Of This World Alive
Written-By – Rose, Hank Williams
2:24
21How Can You Refuse Him Now?
Written-By – Hank Williams
2:34
22My Main Trial Is Yet To Come
Written-By – J.L. Frank, King
2:05
23 Studio Recordings
24Half As Much
Written-By – C. Williams
2:41

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
422 833 749-1 Y-2Hank Williams Let's Turn Back The Years (July 1951-June 1952) ‎(2xLP, Comp, Mono)Polydor422 833 749-1 Y-2US1987
833 749-1Hank Williams Let's Turn Back The Years (July 1951-June 1952) ‎(2xLP, Comp, Mono)Polydor833 749-1Australia1987
833 749-4 Y-1Hank Williams Let's Turn Back The Years (July 1951-June 1952) ‎(Cass, Album, Mono)Polydor833 749-4 Y-1US1987

Credits

  • Concept By [Series Concept], Compiled By [Compilation]Colin Escott, Hank Davis
  • DesignHughesgroup, Tom Hughes
  • Design [CD-Redesign]Chris Porzio, Joey Reinleib
  • Executive-ProducerTim Rogers
  • Mastered ByTom Ruff
  • PerformerHank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys (tracks: 1-10)
  • Transferred By [Digital Transfers]Alan Stoker, Tim Rogers, Tom Ruff
  • Transferred By [Disc Transfers]Alan Stoker (tracks: 11-21)

Notes

Recorded:
July 25, 1951 at Castle Studio, Nashville (Track 1)
August 10, 1951 at Castle Studio, Nashville (Tracks 2-4)
September 22, 1951 at Castle Studio, Nashville (Tracks 5-7)
June 13, 1952 at Castle Studio, Nashville (Tracks 8-10)
Date unknown (Tracks 11-21)

This series is intended to present all of Hank Williams' studio recordings:
Vol. 1: I Ain't Got Nothing But Time (Dec 1946 - Apr 1947)
Vol. 2: Lovesick Blues (Aug 1947 - Dec 1948)
Vol. 3: Lost Highway (Dec 1948 - Mar 1949)
Vol. 4: I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (Mar - Aug 1949)
Vol. 5: Long Gone Lonesome Blues (Aug 1949 - Dec 1950)
Vol. 6: Hey, Good Lookin' (Dec 1950 - Jul 1951)
Vol. 7: Let's Turn Back The Years (Jul 1951 - Jun 1952)
Vol. 8: I Won't Be Home No More (Jun - Sep 1952)

℗ & © 1987 PolyGram Records, Inc.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 042283374928

Companies

  • Manufactured By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
  • Marketed By – PolyGram Records, Inc.

Album

Let's Turn Back the Years is a song written and originally recorded by Hank Williams for MGM Records. By May 1952, Hank Williams was the biggest country music star in the world. Despite his binge drinking and no shows, he appeared to be invincible on the country charts and had become the first country songwriter to make significant inroads into the pop charts. Baby, We're Really in Love was in the charts for fifteen weeks starting in December 1951, and it was followed in March 1952 by Honky Tonk. Hank Williams' life was beginning to unravel during the time he recorded the material on Let's Turn Back the Years July 1951 - June 1952: Vol. VII, yet that didn't mean his music suffered. In fact, much of Let's Turn Back the Years ranks among his best work. Let's Turn Back The Years - Hank Williams. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. All the great songs and lyrics from the Let's Turn Back the Years July 1951-June 1952, Vol. 7 album on the Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Williams recorded 35 singles five released posthumously that would place in the more . Year: 1987. Know any other songs by Hank Williams Don't keep it to yourself Add it Here. Genre: Folk, World, & Country Album: Let's Turn Back The Years : July 1951 - June 1952 Volume VII Country: US Released: 1987 Style: Country, Folk, Bluegrass MP3 version RAR size: 1701 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1829 mb WMA version RAR size: 1488 mb Rating: 4. 4 Votes: 891 Other Formats: AAC DTS AIFF WMA WAV TTA ASF. Baby We're Really In Love Written-By Hank Williams. I'm Sorry For You My Friend Written-By Hank Williams. Honky Tonk Blues Written-By Hank Williams. Hank Williams. Title Format. Let's Turn Back The Years July 1951-June 1952 2xLP, Comp, Mono. My Main Trial Is Yet to Come Lyrics. Let's Turn Back the Years Lyrics. I'm Sorry for You My Friend Lyrics. Curley Williams 1951 track 2. lyricist: Marcel Joseph track 8. Hank Williams country music legend tracks 47, 9, 1920. writer: Maurice Fisher Murray track 1. Fred Rose songwriter tracks 1, 10. Curley Williams track 18. Hank Williams country music legend tracks 10, 18. publisher . Thank God. Let's Turn Back The Years. Someday You'll Call My Name. Window Shoppin'. Crazy Heart. Jesus Is Calling. I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive. Baby, We're Really in Love. Are You Walkin' and a Talkin' for the Lord