Beatles take Grammy over Hank Williams
Sunday, February 13, 2011 – "The Beatles Original Studio Recordings" won a Grammy in early action Sunay for Historical Album.
One of the other releases nominated was the massive set by Hank Williams, "The Complete Mother's Best Recordings...Plus!"
More news for Hank Williams
- 11/25/19: Hank radio recordings, book coming
- 06/08/12: Hank Williams film, discussion panel comes to New York
- 08/04/11: Hank Sr. songs see light of day
- 07/27/11: More Hank recordings coming
- 12/07/10: Hank, Willie, Wills receive Grammy hall honors
- 11/03/10: Williams' Family Tradition continues
- 04/12/10: Hank Williams receives Pulitzer Prize
- 04/01/10: Hank Williams, Robbins, Carters movies available
CD reviews for Hank Williams
In a career that spanned a mere six years - a minuscule amount of time compared to those who are today celebrating anniversaries of 40, 50 or even 60 years of more - Hank Williams established himself as an abiding influence on all those who followed, a man whose music is as relevant and revered today as it was when it was originally recorded. Indeed, what Williams accomplished in that scant amount of time still resonates nearly 70 years later. There's been an abundance of compilations, ...
"The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams" is a great story before you even start playing the music. Williams, according to the story, used to write down his lyric ideas in notebooks. When he died, there were four notebooks of unreleased or unperformed songs. Over the years, the notebooks remained in the possession of Williams' publishers Acuff-Rose and few knew of them. One who did, however, was longtime Nashville executive Mary Martin, who shepherded this project to its eventual light-of-day. ...
After his death in 1953, Hank Williams, became less a performer than a post-mortem brand name wherein his basic personality as an artist was increasingly downplayed and diminished. This remarkably enjoyable three-CD set, drawn from warmly remastered acetates - featuring occasional surface noise - of the old Mother's Best radio show, showcases much of that nearly lost essence. Supported by his regular collaborators the Drifting Cowboys, Williams brings surprising drive to live renditions his ...
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