Hank Williams - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry: March 1949 - August 1949 flac album
Title: I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry: March 1949 - August 1949
Style: Country, Folk
MP3 album: 1277 mb
FLAC album: 1465 mb
Other formats: AC3 VQF MP4 MMF ASF VOX AHX
Genre: Folk / World music
The aforementioned songs comprise the bulk of the session recordings on I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry and the non-session recordings are just as strong as the official recordings. Most of the overdubbed non-session songs on the compilation are first-rate gospel ("Are You Building a Temple in Heaven," "How Can You Refuse Him Now"), while the undubbed tracks contain such gems as a demo of "Fool About You," "No One Will Ever Know," "If You'll Be a Baby (To Me)," and "We're.
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" is a song recorded by American country music singer-songwriter Hank Williams in 1949. The song has been covered by a wide range of musicians. probably the saddest song I've ever heard. According to Colin Escott's 2004 book Hank Williams: A Biography, Williams was inspired to write the song when he found it on a schedule of upcoming MGM releases.
Hank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys. You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Learn). A2. –Hank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys. My Son Calls Another Man Daddy. Are You Building A Temple In Heaven. No One Will Ever Know. A6. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry. A7. A House Without Love. When The Book Of Life Is Read.
In the short time alloted to him as a country music superstar, Hank Williams sang straight from his heart to yours every time. His reign in country music began in 1947, the year I was born. It ended much too soon, on the first day of 1953, when Hank died at the age of 29. I was not yet six, and Hank passed without having made any impression on me whatsoever. I found the Canadian gas station owner alone in a deserted service bay with a boom box blasting out Hank Williams tunes. I's So Lonesome I Could Cry," by Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys, was recorded in 1949 but issued only posthumously, in 1966, when it went to on the Billboard country charts. It is one of Hank's most heartfelt numbers. Rolling Stone magazine ranks it on its list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
ph2 the song in the charts was I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry by Hank Williams. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry by Hank Williams. 16. ▼ Select Rank Below 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 #.
One of my favourite Hank Williams songs. Hank recorded this track on 30 August 1949 in Ohio. With him were ace studio musicians: Zeke Turner (electric guitar), Louis Innes (rhythm guitar), Jerry Byrd (steel guitar), Ernie Newton (bass), and Tommy Jackson (fiddle). They were not part of the Drifting Cowboys who toured with Hank at that time (although a couple did do stints with them). The line was 'Did you ever see a robin weep when leaves begin to die? It's because he's lost the will to live; I'm so lonesome I could cry'. Hank had this lonesome streak, and I think it was largely caused by his marital problems. I think he wrote it out of a feeling of loneliness that stayed very much with him. He would be the natural person to write 'I'm so lonesome I could cry'. I have done my own slideshow video of this song, using as many images of Hank singing that I could find.
Artist: Hank Williams, Song: I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry, Duration: 2:47, File type: mp3. №3365262335. Hank Williams I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive. Hank Williams Lovesick Blues. Hank Williams Alone And Forsaken.
Lyrics translation "Volbeat - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (Hank Williams Cover)". Слышишь одинокого козодоя? Его песня звучит слишком грустно, чтобы летать.
|A1||–Hank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys*||You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Learn)|
|A2||–Hank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys*||My Son Calls Another Man Daddy|
|A3||–Hank Williams||First Year Blues|
|A4||–Hank Williams||Are You Building A Temple In Heaven|
|A5||–Hank Williams||No One Will Ever Know|
|A6||–Hank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys*||I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry|
|A7||–Hank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys*||A House Without Love|
|A8||–Hank Williams||When The Book Of Life Is Read|
|A9||–Hank Williams||You Better Keep It On Your Mind|
|A10||–Hank Williams||Fool About You|
|B1||–Hank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys*||Wedding Bells|
|B2||–Hank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys*||I've Just Told Mama Goodbye|
|B3||–Hank Williams||If You'll Be A Baby (To Me)|
|B4||–Hank Williams||A House Of Gold|
|B5||–Hank Williams||We're Getting Closer To The Grave Each Day|
|B6||–Hank Williams||Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine|
|B7||–Hank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys*||I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Living|
|B8||–Hank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys*||My Bucket's Got A Hole In It|
|B9||–Hank Williams||Waltz Of The Wind|
|B10||–Hank Williams||How Can You Refuse Him Now|
|B11||–Hank Williams||Fool About You|
- Compiled By – Colin Escott, Hank Davis
- Executive Producer – Barry Feldman, Tim Rogers
- Liner Notes – Hank Davis
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Music Consultant – Bill Legere, William MacEwen*
|825 557-1 Y-2, 422 825 557-1 Y-2||Hank Williams||I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry: March 1949 - August 1949 (2xLP, Comp, Mono, RM)||Polydor, Polydor||825 557-1 Y-2, 422 825 557-1 Y-2||US||1986|
|825 557-4||Hank Williams||I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry: March 1949 - August 1949 (Cass, Comp, Dol)||Polydor||825 557-4||Canada||1986|
|825 557-2||Hank Williams||I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry : March 1949 - August 1949 ; Volume IV (CD, Comp, Mono)||Polydor||825 557-2||US||1986|
|831 560-1||Hank Williams||I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry: March 1949 - August 1949 (2xLP, Comp, Mono, RM)||Polydor||831 560-1||Australia||1986|