Hank Williams the Roy Orbison Way
|Hank Williams the Roy Orbison Way|
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|Recorded||February 27-March 7, 1969|
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Hank Williams The Roy Orbison Way is the fourteenth album recorded by Roy Orbison, and the eighth for MGM Records, released in August 1970. It is a tribute album to the songs of Country Music Hall of Fame honky tonk singer Hank Williams, whom Orbison listed among his influences. The album was recorded in just three sessions in early 1969, and none of its tracks were released as singles.
The album took a week to make in late February and early March 1969. Orbison previously recorded a cover album of Don Gibson songs three years earlier. The songs came from Orbison's then manager Wesley Rose. The album was released without a single.
All tracks composed by Hank Williams, except where indicated. This album was only released in North America.
- "Kaw-Liga" (Williams, Fred Rose)
- "Hey Good Lookin'"
- "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)"
- "(Last Night) I Heard You Crying in Your Sleep"
- "You Win Again"
- "Your Cheatin' Heart"
- "Cold, Cold Heart"
- "A Mansion on the Hill" (Williams, Rose)
- "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You)"
- "There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight"
- "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"