Fact of the matter is, Thompson continued to chart steadily into the early '70s and as late as 1979 he had a Top 30 country hit. Also, he continued to deliver satisfying music, as Varese's terrific 1996 collection The Best of Hank Thompson: 1966-1979 proves.
Listen free to Hank Thompson – The Best Of Hank Thompson 1966-1979 (Where Is the Circus, He's Got a Way With Women and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Hank Thompson (September 3, 1925 – November 6, 2007) was a country-western music entertainer whose career spanned six decades, and who has sold over 60 million records worldwide. Thompson's musical style, characterized as Honky Tonk Swing, is a mixture of big-band instrumentation, fiddle and steel guitar that supports his distinctive, gravelly baritone vocals on songs he often writes himself. His backing band, The Brazos Valley Boys, was voted the N. Country Western Band for 14 years in a row by Billboard Magazine.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Best of Hank Thompson: 1966-1979" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Henry William Thompson (September 3, 1925 – November 6, 2007), known professionally as Hank Thompson, was an American country music entertainer whose career spanned seven decades. 1. Where Is the Circus.
Henry William Thompson (September 3, 1925 – November 6, 2007) known as Hank Thompson, was an American country music singer-songwriter and musician whose career spanned seven decades. Thompson's musical style, characterized as honky tonk Western swing, was a mixture of fiddles, electric guitar and steel guitar that featured his distinctive, smooth baritone vocals.
Album by Hank Thompson. He's Got a Way With Women. On Tap, in the Can, or in the Bottle. Next Time I Fall in Love (I Won't). Smoky the Bar. I've Come Awful Close. Most of All. I See Them Everywhere. Who Left the Door to Heaven Open. The Older the Violin,The Sweeter the Music. I Hear the South Callin' Me. The King of Western Swing.
The Best Of Hank Thompson 1966-1979. He placed twelve LPs on the country album chart during this era, including three in the top 20. Additionally, he racked up thirty charting singles, including the top 20 hits Where Is The Circus, He's Got A Way With Women, On Tap, In The Can, Or In The Bottle, Smoky The Bar, Next Time I Fall In Love (I Won't), The Mark Of A Heel, I've Come Awful Close, Cab Driver, The.
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The Best of Hank Thompson: 1966-1979. Wildwood Flower Lyrics. Wildwood Flower is found on the album The Best of Hank Thompson: 1966-1979. Found on more albums: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2. close. Hank Thompson – Wildwood Flower.
|1||Where Is the Circus Bob Bishop / Hank Thompson||Hank Thompson||2:32|
|2||He's Got a Way With Women Rodney Lay / Hank Thompson||Hank Thompson||2:48|
|3||On Tap, in the Can, or in the Bottle Dick Hart / Hank Thompson||Hank Thompson||2:24|
|4||Next Time I Fall in Love (I Won't) Ned Miller||Hank Thompson||2:46|
|5||The Mark of a Heel Neal Merritt / Happy Wilson||Hank Thompson||3:30|
|6||Smokey the Bar Jet Penix / Hank Thompson||Hank Thompson||2:30|
|7||I've Come Awful Close Ann J. Morton||Hank Thompson||2:53|
|8||Most of All Hank Thompson||Hank Thompson||2:55|
|9||I See Them Everywhere Hank Thompson||Hank Thompson||2:08|
|10||Oklahoma Home Brew Jet Penix / Hank Thompson||Hank Thompson||1:56|
|11||Wildwood Flower A.P. Carter||Hank Thompson feat: Merle Travis||2:51|
|12||Who Left the Door to Heaven Open Betty Duke||Hank Thompson||2:30|
|13||The Older the Violin, the Sweeter the Music Curly Putman||Hank Thompson||2:33|
|14||Mama Don't 'Low Traditional||Hank Thompson||3:52|
|15||I Hear the South Callin' Me R.C. Bannon / John Bettis||Hank Thompson||2:22|
|16||The King of Western Swing Ken McDuffie||Hank Thompson||2:06|
CreditsJoe Allison - Arranger, Producer
R.C. Bannon - Composer
John Bettis - Composer
Bob Bishop - Composer
Harold Bradley - Arranger, Conductor
Larry Butler - Producer
A.P. Carter - Composer
Betty Duke - Composer
Billy Gray - Arranger
Dick Hart - Composer
Harold Hensley - Arranger
Daniel Hersch - Digital Remastering
Bill Inglot - Engineer, Producer
Rodney Lay - Composer
Hank Levine - Arranger
Cary E. Mansfield - Compilation Producer
Ken McDuffie - Composer
Neal Merritt - Composer
Ned Miller - Composer
Ann J. Morton - Composer
Jet Penix - Composer
Curly Putman - Composer
Lisa Sutton - Art Direction
Hank Thompson - Arranger, Composer, Photo Courtesy, Photography, Primary Artist
Traditional - Composer
Merle Travis - Guest Artist, Performer, Primary Artist
Happy Wilson - Composer
Larry Zwisohn - Liner Notes