Hank Williams, Jr. Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound CD

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Hank Williams, Jr. Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound CD. This is Volume 4 of Curb's Bocephus series.
Audio Remasterer: Craig White.
WHISKEY BENT AND HELL BOUND is one of Hank Williams, Jr.'s best albums, with his lyrical persona as a hell-raising, rowdy redneck who likes girls, guns, and whiskey really coming into focus. This may or not explain why there are fewer covers here than usual, a nice exception being an excellent version of Greg Allman's "Come and Go Blues."
Other highlights include "Tired of Being Johnny B. Good," in which Williams takes a courageous (if unexpected) stand against instant ice tea, and the amusing road-to-excess song "O.D.'d in Denver." The very down home "The Conversation," featuring Waylon Jennings, is a tribute to Williams's dad, in which Jr. rightly decides not to discuss "the habits," but rather "just the music and the man."


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