Legendary Hank Williams Part five
It’s been awhile, but I still remember wanting to do Legendary Hank Williams Part five, and here it is, with the long waited disc two.
In 1950, Williams began recording as “Luke the Drifter“ for his religious-themedrecordings, many of which are recitations rather than singing. Fearful that discjockeys and jukebox operators would hesitate to accept these unusual recordings,Williams used this alias to avoid hurting the marketability of his name. Althoughthe real identity of Luke the Drifter was supposed to be anonymous, Williams oftenperformed part of the material of the recordings on stage. Most of the materialwas written by Williams, in cases with the help of Fred Rose and his son Wesley.The songs depicted Luke theRead More