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The Early Years, Part One

by Hank Williams, Jr.

The Early Years, Part One by Hank Williams, Jr.

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The Early Years, Part One

by Hank Williams, Jr.

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Label: Curb Records
Early Years is misleading. Although these tracks are from the late '70s, Bocephus started recording for MGM in the early '60s. What the title actually refers to are the early years of the modern Hank Williams, Jr., the wily outlaw with the beard and shades whose country-rock resembles a fusion of Jerry Lee and Waymore backed by Charlie Daniels. Needless to say, that's a pretty awesome sound, and here you can witness Williams finally realizing that this is his life's calling.

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Early Years is misleading. Although these tracks are from the late '70s, Bocephus started recording for MGM in the early '60s. What the title actually refers to are the early years of the modern Hank Williams, Jr., the wily outlaw with the beard and shades whose country-rock resembles a fusion of Jerry Lee and Waymore backed by Charlie Daniels. Needless to say, that's a pretty awesome sound, and here you can witness Williams finally realizing that this is his life's calling.

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Early Years is misleading. Although these tracks are from the late '70s, Bocephus started recording for MGM in the early '60s. What the title actually refers to are the early years of the modern Hank Williams, Jr., the wily outlaw with the beard and shades whose country-rock resembles a fusion of Jerry Lee and Waymore backed by Charlie Daniels. Needless to say, that's a pretty awesome sound, and here you can witness Williams finally realizing that this is his life's calling.