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Name:Hank Thompson 9 albums the later recordings

Total Size: 417.16 MB

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(2003) It's Christmas Time (Size: 412.28 MB) (Files: 129)

 (2003) It's Christmas Time

  front.jpg

10.40 KB

  13 - We Wish You A Merry Christmas.mp3

242.13 KB

  12 - It's Christmas Everyday In Alaska.mp3

2.16 MB

  11 - Little Christmas Angel.mp3

2.07 MB

  10 - Here Comes Santa Clause.mp3

1.98 MB

  09 - Silver Bells.mp3

2.20 MB

  08 - Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer.mp3

2.18 MB

  07 - It's Christmas Time.mp3

2.23 MB

  06 - Mr. & Mrs. Snowman.mp3

2.14 MB

  05 - Blue Christmas.mp3

2.41 MB

  04 - Gonna Wrap My Heart In Ribbons.mp3

2.08 MB

  03 - I'd Like To Have An Elephant For Christmas.mp3

1.94 MB

  02 - Santa Claus Is Coming To Town.mp3

2.39 MB

  01 - White Christmas.mp3

2.49 MB

 (1999) Hankworld - The Unissued World [email protected] - Rcd 641

  D87792r81rw.jpg

9.49 KB

  23 - When God Calls His Children Home.mp3

1.46 MB

  22 - Humpty Dumpty Heart.mp3

1.58 MB

  21 - Texas Playboy Rag.mp3

1.78 MB

  20 - The Grass Looks Greener Over Yonder.mp3

1.48 MB

  19 - Tippin' In.mp3

1.79 MB

  18 - Hangover Heart.mp3

1.72 MB

  17 - Standing On The Outside Looking In Now.mp3

1.79 MB

  16 - I Find You Cheatin' On Me.mp3

1.77 MB

  15 - Yesterday's Mail.mp3

1.82 MB

  14 - Don't Be That Way.mp3

1.63 MB

  13 - I'll Be Your Sweetheart For A Day.mp3

1.43 MB

  12 - California Women.mp3

1.53 MB

  11 - My Front Door Is Open.mp3

1.46 MB

  10 - I'm A Fool To Fool Around With You.mp3

1.69 MB

  09 - I'm Tired Of Pretending.mp3

2.24 MB

  08 - Westphalia Waltz.mp3

1.63 MB

  07 - When You're Lovin', You're Livin'.mp3

1.83 MB

  06 - If Lovin' You Is Wrong.mp3

1.68 MB

  05 - Simple Simon.mp3

1.71 MB

  04 - Rub-a-dub-dub.mp3

1.73 MB

  03 - Don't Take It Out On Me.mp3

2.08 MB

  02 - A Lonely Heart Knows.mp3

1.80 MB

  01 - New Deal Of Love.mp3

1.80 MB

 (1997) Hank Thompson & Friends

  Hank Thompson & Friends - front.jpg

290.40 KB

  Hank Thompson & Friends - back.jpg

276.88 KB

  12 - Dry Bread (& Delaney and Bonnie).mp3

7.66 MB

  11 - The Wild Side of Life-It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels (& Kitty Wells & Tanya Tucker.mp3

10.63 MB

  10 - Total Stranger (& Lyle Lovett).mp3

5.84 MB

  09 - Hey! George, Hey! Hank (& George Jones).mp3

6.60 MB

  08 - Hooked on Honky Tonk (& Brooks and Dunn).mp3

7.22 MB

  07 - I'll Still Be Here Tomorrow.mp3

6.54 MB

  06 - Green Light (& Marty Stuart).mp3

5.46 MB

  05 - Sobering Up.mp3

6.01 MB

  04 - I Picked a San Antonio Rose (& Bekka Bramlett).mp3

6.81 MB

  03 - Gotta' Sell Them Chickens (& Junior Brown).mp3

7.08 MB

  02 - Get the Hell Out of Dodge (& David Ball).mp3

7.77 MB

  01 - Six Pack to Go (& Vince Gill).mp3

5.33 MB

 (1988) - Here's to Country Music

  12 - Love On The Rocks.mp3

4.02 MB

  11 - We Almost Had Texas Skies.mp3

4.13 MB

  10 - Cowgirl Cutie.mp3

3.96 MB

  09 - You're Gettin' Love All Over Me.mp3

3.09 MB

  08 - There's A Woman Waitin In Nogales.mp3

4.42 MB

  07 - Drown In My Troubles.mp3

4.48 MB

  06 - You Can't Teach An Old Heart New Tricks.mp3

3.29 MB

  05 - Walkin' Back To San Antonio.mp3

3.48 MB

  04 - The Hand I'm Holdin' Now.mp3

3.72 MB

  03 - If You Got The Money.mp3

3.07 MB

  02 - Here's To Country Music.mp3

3.03 MB

  01 - If I Were You I'd Fall In Love With Me.mp3

4.01 MB

 (1978) Brand New Hank

  thompson_brandnew.jpg

11.17 KB

  BRAND NEW HANK.doc

6.00 KB

  10 - World's Greatest Feelin'.mp3

2.66 MB

  09 - That Want You, Need You, Got To Have You Feelin'.mp3

2.37 MB

  08 - Tony's Tank Up, Drive-In Cafe.mp3

2.91 MB

  07 - Point Of No Return.mp3

2.79 MB

  06 - I hear The South Callin' Me.mp3

2.69 MB

  05 - Have A Good Time.mp3

2.91 MB

  04 - Through The Bottom Of The Glass.mp3

2.93 MB

  03 - Signs Of Love.mp3

2.60 MB

  02 - Dance With Me Molly.mp3

3.18 MB

  01 - I'm Just Gettin' By.mp3

3.19 MB

 (1977)The Thompson Touch

  The Thompson Touch.doc

5.50 KB

  10 - Comin' In For Rye .mp3

4.53 MB

  09 - Absent Minded Me .mp3

4.78 MB

  08 - When Youv'e Seen One Broken Heart .mp3

5.22 MB

  07 - Just One Step Away.mp3

4.78 MB

  06 - Bumming Around .mp3

5.17 MB

  05 - Just An Old Flame .mp3

5.80 MB

  04 - It Gets More Like Monday Everyday .mp3

4.87 MB

  03 - Simple Simon, Simple Heart .mp3

2.61 MB

  02 - She's Just A Whole Lot Like You .mp3

3.02 MB

  01 - Don't Get Around Much Anymore .mp3

2.94 MB

 (1977) Doin' My Thing

  Doin' My Thing.doc

5.50 KB

  10 - Johnny On The Spot .mp3

4.72 MB

  09 - Ages And Ages Ago.mp3

5.65 MB

  08 - She Loves The One She's With.mp3

4.71 MB

  07 - If Worst Comes To Worst .mp3

5.42 MB

  06 - We Don't Love There Anymore.mp3

5.33 MB

  04 - Time Wounds All Heels.mp3

5.08 MB

  03 - If I Had An Once Of Sense .mp3

5.07 MB

  02 - Window In My Heart.mp3

5.07 MB

  01 - Cheaters Never Win .mp3

4.65 MB

 (1975) A Six Pack To Go

  Hank Thompson - 20 - Homesick, Lonesome Hillbilly Okie.mp3

2.63 MB

  Hank Thompson - 19 - Take It All Away.mp3

2.38 MB

  Hank Thompson - 18 - Guthrie.mp3

3.86 MB

  Hank Thompson - 17 - She Thinks I Still Care.mp3

3.09 MB

  Hank Thompson - 16 - Promise Her Anything.mp3

2.69 MB

  Hank Thompson - 15 - Six Days On The Road.mp3

3.10 MB

  Hank Thompson - 14 - Sixteen Tons.mp3

3.01 MB

  Hank Thompson - 13 - Let The Four Winds Choose.mp3

3.17 MB

  Hank Thompson - 12 - The Big One Got Away.mp3

2.26 MB

  Hank Thompson - 11 - Together Again.mp3

3.13 MB

  Hank Thompson - 10 - No.1 On The Hurt Parade.mp3

2.74 MB

  Hank Thompson - 09 - I've Got A Date With A Teardrop.mp3

2.74 MB

  Hank Thompson - 08 - Where Is The Circus (here Comes The Clown).mp3

2.85 MB

  Hank Thompson - 07 - Walking The Floor Over You.mp3

3.01 MB

  Hank Thompson - 06 - Cold, Cold Heart.mp3

3.65 MB

  Hank Thompson - 05 - Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette.mp3

3.34 MB

  Hank Thompson - 04 - Take Me Back To Tulsa.mp3

2.51 MB

  Hank Thompson - 03 - O-k-l-a-h-o-m-a.mp3

2.94 MB

  Hank Thompson - 02 - Slipping Around.mp3

2.35 MB

  Hank Thompson - 01 - A Six Pack To Go.mp3

2.80 MB

 (1969) Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 12 - Oklahoma Stomp.mp3

3.97 MB

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 11 - Big Boat Across Oklahoma.mp3

3.00 MB

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 10 - Homesick Lonesome Oklahoma Okie.mp3

3.18 MB

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 09 - O K L A H O M A.mp3

3.57 MB

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 08 - Happy Oklahoma.mp3

3.69 MB

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 07 - Guthrie.mp3

4.74 MB

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 06 - Take Me Back To Tulsa.mp3

3.18 MB

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 05 - Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma.mp3

3.63 MB

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 04 - Oklahoma Home Brew.mp3

2.70 MB

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 03 - Dear Okie.mp3

3.09 MB

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 02 - Dusty Skies.mp3

3.98 MB

  Hank Thompson - Salutes Oklahoma - 01 - Oklahoma Hills.mp3

3.44 MB
 

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Torrent description

Hank Thompson was perhaps the most popular Western swing musician of the '50s and '60s, keeping the style alive with a top-notch band, tremendous showmanship, and a versatility that allowed him to expand his repertoire into romantic ballads and hardcore honky tonk numbers. Born September 3, 1925, in Waco, TX, Henry William Thompson was the son of immigrants from Bohemia and grew up idolizing Western swing and country musicians like Bob Wills, Jimmie Rodgers, and Gene Autry. He began learning harmonica and guitar as a child, and appeared in local talent shows as a teenager, which eventually led to his own local radio program (billed as Hank the Hired Hand). After graduating from high school in 1943, Thompson joined the Navy as a radio technician and often wrote songs to entertain his fellow soldiers. Following his discharge, Thompson studied electrical engineering at Princeton through the G.I. Bill, but eventually decided to pursue music as a career. He returned to Waco and to the radio business, and set about putting together a band he dubbed the Brazos Valley Boys. They quickly became a popular live act around the area and recorded their first single, "Whoa Sailor" (a song Thompson had written in the Navy) for the Globe label in 1946. A few more singles followed for Bluebonnet, by which time Tex Ritter had become a Thompson admirer. Ritter helped Thompson land a record deal with Capitol in 1947, an association that would last for the next 18 years.

Thompson scored his first major hit for Capitol in 1949 with the smash "Humpty Dumpty Heart," the biggest of his six charting singles that year. In 1951, he hooked up with producer Ken Nelson, who would helm many of his most successful records. Those records included "The Wild Side of Life," a monster hit from 1952 (over three months at number one) that became Thompson's signature song. Its cynical attitude inspired an answer record by Kitty Wells called "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels," which made her the first female artist in country music history with a million-selling record. Thompson continued to score hit after hit during the '50s, including 21 songs that reached the Top 20 on the country charts and five Top Tens in the year 1954 alone. A savvy promoter, Thompson devised a number of ways to make himself stand out from the crowd (even past his suave cowboy wardrobe): his early-'50s television show in Oklahoma City was the first variety show broadcast in color and he was the first country artist to tour with a sound and lighting system (put together using his Navy and collegiate experience), the first to receive corporate sponsorship, and the first to record in high-fidelity stereo. He also gave early breaks to musicians like guitar legend Merle Travis and female rockabilly pioneer Wanda Jackson. Toward the end of the '50s, Thompson began to create LPs that were more cohesive than just mere collections of singles plus filler; 1958's Dance Ranch and 1959's Songs for Rounders were Western swing/honky tonk masterpieces, especially the latter, which stirred up controversy with its groundbreakingly adult (some said decadent) lyrical content. In 1961, Thompson recorded the first live album ever released in the history of country music, the classic At the Golden Nugget.

After that burst of inspired creativity, Thompson's luck began to change: the public's taste was moving toward slick country-pop and the electrified Bakersfield sound and despite several more fine records, Thompson's relationship with Capitol ended in 1965. He first moved to Warner Bros., then ABC/Dot in 1968 (which became part of MCA in 1970). Thompson continued to record and tour and his singles charted regularly during the '70s all the way up to 1983, though he never matched the level of success he'd enjoyed in the '50s and early '60s. Even after the hits dried up, Thompson maintained a demanding concert tour schedule, playing all over the world. He was elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1989.

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