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Format: CD
Sku: 60428723
UPC: 715187794023
UPC 14: 00715187794023
Release Date: 8/29/2000
Sales Rank: 2426
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Country Boy Can Survive, A - (Y2K version) ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
2. Family Tradition ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
3. To Love Somebody ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
4. Old Flame, New Fire ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
5. Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
6. I've Got Rights ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
7. I Just Ain't Been Able ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
8. Whiskey Bent And Hell Bound ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
9. Outlaw Woman ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
10. Anymore Love Songs, (I Don't Have) ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
11. O.D.'d In Denver ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
12. Come And Go Blues ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
13. Conversation, The ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
14. Old Habits ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
15. Kaw-Liga ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
16. If You Don't Like Hank Williams ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
17. Dixie On My Mind ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
18. Texas Woman ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
19. Ramblin' Man ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
20. Waitin' On The Tables To Turn ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
21. Country Boy Can Survive, A ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
22. Born To Boogie ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
23. Honky Tonk Women ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
Disc 2
Song Title
1. All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down) - (previously unreleased, alternative version) ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
2. I've Been Down ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
3. La Grange ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
4. Leave Them Boys Alone ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
5. Blue Jean Blues ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
6. Midnight Rider ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
7. Now I Know How George Feels - (previously unreleased, alternate take) ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
8. All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
9. Major Moves ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
10. Ain't Misbehavin' ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
11. Lawyers, Guns And Money ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
12. This Ain't Dallas ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
13. Two Old Cats Like Us ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
14. Country State Of Mind ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
15. Mind Your Own Business ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
16. Secret Agent Man - (previously unreleased) ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
17. Wild Dogs - (previously unreleased) ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
18. My Name Is Bocephus ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
19. Workin' For MCA ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
20. I Really Like Girls / Rock & Roll Music - (previously unreleased) ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
21. House of the Rising Sun ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
22. Bluesman ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
Disc 3
Song Title
1. Keep Your Hands to Yourself ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
2. Walk This Way - (previously unreleased) ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
3. Heaven Can't Be Found ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
4. Thanks A Lot ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
5. All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down) - (solo version) ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
6. Country Boy Can Survive, A ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
7. You're Gonna Be A Sorry Man ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
8. Tuesday's Gone ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
9. Mannish Boy ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
10. Finders Are Keepers ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
11. There's A Tear In My Beer ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
12. Big Mamou ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
13. Man To Man ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
14. Stoned At The Jukebox ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
15. Ain't Nobody's Business ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
16. Lone Wolf ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
17. If It Will It Will ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
18. Hotel Whiskey ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
19. Low Down Blues ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
20. Naked Women And Beer ~ Hank Williams, Jr.
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel includes: Hank Williams, Jr., Willie Nelson (vocals); Reba McEntire, Reverend Ike, Ray Charles, Waylon Jennings, Clint Black, Tom Petty.
Muze PNote Producers include: Barry Beckett, Jimmy Bowen, Phil Gerhaard, Jim Ed Norman, Ray Ruff.
Muze PNote Compilation producer: Jimmy Guterman.
Muze PNote Includes liner notes by Jimmy Guterman.
Muze PNote The years covered on Curb's The Bocephus Box (1979-1999) are the 20 years where Hank Jr. was an American icon, the larger-than-life rowdy man of country. His rise began in the early '80s, when he hit upon a terrific blend of honky tonk, Southern rock, blues, and country that appealed to rock and country audiences alike -- rednecks of all persuasions, as less charitable critics would say. Throughout the '80s, he ruled the country charts, as every single one of his new albums went gold. For some observers, he slipped into self-parody halfway through that reign, but as this three-disc box set proves, the best of his music was remarkably consistent. Yes, the individual albums sagged somewhat (especially in the mid-'90s), but he remained true to his vision and had a good choice of material, whether it was newly written songs or rock covers. Early on in The Bocephus Box, it dawns on you that while some have replicated his style -- and while he has spent a long time working the same ground -- nobody really did this rowdy, rockin' country before Hank, and nobody has done it better since. Country purists may deny it, but he was a distinctive stylist, and while he got a little silly even when he was good, he usually delivered, especially in a concentrated setting like this. During those two decades, he released an album almost every year, which were distilled to 65 songs and three discs with almost no duds -- which means he must have been doing something right. For doubters and fans alike, this is the place to really absorb Hank Jr. at the height of his powers. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Engineer: Kevin Rider

Musical Guests
Muze Guest Artist Ray Charles
Muze Guest Artist Waylon Jennings
Muze Guest Artist Clint Black
Muze Guest Artist Tom Petty
Muze Guest Artist Reba McEntire
Muze Guest Artist Reverend Ike
Muze Guest Artist Willie Nelson

Artist Overview

Hank Williams Jr. spent years trying to duplicate his famous father's sound. But his greatest success came when he shook off that weighty mantle. Williams's new sound integrated country and southern rock, a formula that made him one of country's biggest stars of the 1980s. Down the line, he proved to be influential to a new generation of rebels like Kid Rock and Uncle Kracker.

Compilation Appearances

Muze Music Compilations Singer/Songwriter
Muze Music Compilations Kid Rock (Explicit Version)
Muze Music Compilations Kid Rock
Muze Music Compilations Classic Country Gold
Muze Music Compilations Nashville Rebel
Muze Music Compilations Definitive Collection (1985 To 1993)
Muze Music Compilations Outlaw Country
Muze Music Compilations Country's 20 Classic Songs of the Century
Muze Music Compilations Double Play
Muze Music Compilations Country's Got Heart
Muze Music Compilations Sharp Dressed Men:zz Top Tribute
Muze Music Compilations Take The High Road
Muze Music Compilations Playlist:very Best Of Ray Charles
Muze Music Compilations Legend Of Johnny Cash Ii

Associated Artists and Works

Francis, Connie
On, Pickin'
Original Soundtrack
Williams, Hank
Back To Back: Their Greatest Hits ~ Williams, Hank

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 08/29/2000
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2000
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 77940
Music Label Name Label : Curb
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 3
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Mixed
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00715187794023

Professional Reviews

Entertainment Weekly (12/11/92, p.70)
- "...loud, proud, and politically in your face..." - Rating: B

Musician (1/93, p.94)
- "...a strong justification for His Rowdiness' stature among country music legends--including his father..."

No Depression (11-12/00, pp.104-5)
- "...A strong case for Hank Jr.'s creativity and his desire to build upon the foundations poured by his father..."

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