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Born To Boogie, Vol. 15

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 22, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Curb
  • Run Time: 33 minutes
  • ASIN: B00000DAI7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,970 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Peter Durward Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on March 18, 2004
Format: Audio CD
As ever, Hank has written several brilliant original songs and added a few well-chosen covers - some country, some blues, a lot of rock - in short, a typical Hank album full of great songs.
My favorite song here is Young country, a mid-tempo country song that features several singers who were then (1987) considered to be the future of country music. Highway 101, Keith Whitley and T Graham Brown all achieved significant success over a short period but did not sustain it. Steve Earle is still doing well but not as a country singer. Marty Stuart was also reasonably successful for a few years. Butch Baker and Dana McVicker never made it. So Hank was wrong if he thought that these guests represented the future of country music, but nobody could have predicted the number of new stars that would emerge in 1989 and 1990.
As a contrast to Young country, in which Hank extols the virtues of mixing country with rock and blues, he covers Thanks a lot, a song originally recorded by Ernest Tubb, a traditional country singer of a bygone age. Country fans should also enjoy Heaven can't be found, a ballad of the type that we expect George Jones to sing, as well as the reflective songs, What it boils down to and Shadow face.
There are a number of hard rocking songs here including the title track, Honky tonk women (a cover of the Rolling Stones classic), Keep your hands to yourself (a cover of the biggest hit by the Georgia Satellites) and Buck naked. The closing track, Practice what I preach, is one of Hank's trademark songs in which he tells it like it is.
If you are interested in collecting Hank's albums, this should be high on your list.
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This is more of the Rockin' Randall hank, with some good covers of Rolling Stones songs (Honky Tonk Woman) and other great songs.
there is a couple of country songs like the Tubb cover (Thanks A lot) but for the most part this is pure rock.
And as always hank is at the top of his game with this one, if you like hank then get this CD NOW! the price alone screams buy me.
if your new to Hank jr this is a good starting point, since there is no duds on this album.
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Whether or not you are a Hank Jr. fan, this album will make you jump! It is one rockin' great collection of songs that shows his musical range and reflects his ability to cross all the barriers of modern music. If you haven't had a good time in a while, spin this disc and get ready to enjoy yourself!
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By A Customer on October 14, 1999
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Hannk is a true master of his craft. He rocks hard and is a model for all rock and rollers. Hank Williams, Jr is marketed wrong, he is a Rock icon and the music in this album exmplifies that
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I know everybody likes this cd. And it won a bunch of awards. I think it won album of the year. But from this period of Hank's career. I think it is the worst thing he did. Until his next cd Wild Streak which I thought was even worse. I dont know. I just didn't connect with this. It's got the hits Born To Boogie which sounds auto-biographical. Except I dont remember Hank being in any movies. But I dont know that for sure. It's also got the hit Young Country which I do think is pretty good. How many country songs mention Van Halen? It's got his rowdy Honky Tonk Women. And his Keep Your Hands To Yourself and Buck Naked are kind of humorous outlaw type songs. It's got another biographical song Shadow Face. The rest of the cd is pretty much all the same. Hank was one of my favorite artists of the '80s and I like that he still isn't afraid to speak his mind. And in his prime there weren't many better.
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Not only does this CD have great sentimental value for me, but it consists of truly amazing songs! There's not a one I don't love. Still, I've tried to put them in the order that I like them best. Of course, that's difficult and some may be interchangeable depending on my mood.

Shadow Face--I love this song.

Heaven Can't Be Found--Same here.

Practice What I Preach--Good advice song.

Thanks A Lot--Cute. And sad. ^^

What It Boils Down To--'Tis great.

Buck Naked--LOL. This song is really great. And makes a very good point.

Keep Your Hands To Yourself--Good.

Born To Boogie--Indeed!

Young Country--I like them all, don't I?...

Honky Tonk Women--Yup, yup...

So basically, it's an all-around winner! Good for listening to continuously.
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When you want to rock the house, you can't beat Hank Jr.! Great great album!
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Love this guy !!!! Great cd
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