Hank Williams III – Lovesick, Broke & Driftin' - 2002 RSD Country - Clear W/ Black Vinyl LP

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Hank Williams III ‎– Lovesick, Broke & Driftin'

Curb Records / MCA ‎

Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Clear with Black Flecking

Record is VG++

Cover is VG+ VG++ Slight corner wear top right (See our pic)
16 Apr 2011
Blues, Folk, World, & Country


A1 7 Months, 39 Days
A2 Broke, Lovesick & Driftin'
A3 Cecil Brown
A4 Lovin' & Huggin'
A5 One Horse Town
A6 Mississippi Mud
A7 Whiskey, Weed, & Women

B1 Trashville
B2 Walkin' With Sorrow
B3 5 Shots Of Whiskey
B4 Nighttime Ramblin' Man
B5 Callin' Your Name
B6 Atlantic City

Unmentioned Bonus Track
B7 Walkin' With Sorrow


Acoustic Guitar – Hank III*
Baritone Guitar – Chris Scruggs
Bass [Stand-up] – Jason Brown
Bass Vocals – Jim (tracks: B6)
Dobro – Randy Kohrs
Drums – Shawn McWilliams
Electric Guitar – Billy F Gibbons* (tracks: B1), Johnny Highland* (tracks: B4)
Fiddle – Chris Carmichael, Michael McCanless
Harmonica – Patrick Weickenand
Harmony Vocals – Leila (tracks: B6), Randy Kohrs
Mandolin – Chris Scruggs
Producer – Hank Williams III, Joe Funderburk
Steel Guitar [Stand-up] – Kayton Roberts
Written-By – Bruce Springsteen (tracks: B6), Shelton Williams (tracks: A1 to B5)


Record Store Day 2011 release.

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"Lord, honey, you're a ghost," Minnie Pearl allegedly told Hank Williams III after their first meeting. It's a natural reaction to the skinny singer with the sunken cheekbones and, especially, the pinched nasal vocal--so reminiscent of his famous grandfather's catch-and-moan delivery. Hank III's debut, Risin' Outlaw, made that clear, but now his follow-up carves it on the wall, vocally, melodically, and lyrically. While the third-generation rebel strives mightily to find his own sound by wedding the spooky, old-style country blues and dark themes of his grandfather (Hank Sr.) to the Southern rock and boogie of his dad (Hank Jr.), at times he's guilty of trying too hard to buck Nashville ("Trashville") and re-create the misery of the Williams family tradition. Song after song packs danger and despair between the lines, in drinking to kill the pain, in wallowing in depression, in walking the "low road" of life. That said, III knows how to conjure a gutbucket rhythm ("7 Months and 39 Days") as well as a mournful tearjerker ("5 Shots of Whiskey"), and his touring band keeps things spare, raw, and honkin'. Not everything comes together, but there's no doubting this is a fascinating snapshot of a magical performer struggling to make his own legend. --Alanna Nash

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Format LP
Label MCA Records
Color Black