Three Hanks: Men with Broken Hearts

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Three Hanks: Men with Broken Hearts
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Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 17, 1996
RecordedVarious dates
Genre Country
Length31:36
Label Curb
Producer Chuck Howard
Hank Williams, Jr. chronology
A.K.A. Wham Bam Sam
(1996)
Three Hanks: Men with Broken Hearts
(1996)
Early Years, Vol. 1
(1998)
Hank Williams III chronology
Three Hanks: Men with Broken Hearts
(1996)
Risin' Outlaw
(1999)
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Three Hanks: Men with Broken Hearts is a collaborative studio album by Hank Williams, Hank Williams, Jr., and Hank Williams III, released by Curb Records in 1996. It combines Hank Williams' songs with accompanying vocals from his son and grandson. It also marks Hank Williams III’s recording debut. Aside from Hank Williams' songs, this album also features a new song written by Hank Williams Jr titled "Hand Me Down".

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive" Hank Williams, Fred Rose 2:30
2."Move It On Over"Williams2:16
3."Moanin' the Blues"Williams2:33
4."Never Again (Will I Knock on Your Door)"Williams2:29
5."I'm a Long Gone Daddy"Williams2:55
6."Honky Tonk Blues"Williams2:19
7."I Won't Be Home No More"Williams2:29
8."'Neath a Cold Gray Tomb of Stone"Williams, Mel Foree2:54
9."Where the Soul of Man Never Dies" Wayne Raney 1:44
10."Hand Me Down" Hank Williams, Jr. 4:03
11."Men with Broken Hearts"Williams3:12
12."Lost Highway" Leon Payne 2:08
Total length:31:36

Personnel

Chart performance

Chart (1996)Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums [1] 29
U.S. Billboard 200 [1] 167

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