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Wild Streak [Hank Williams, Jr.]

  • 1. Wild Streak
    2. If the South Woulda Won
    3. What You Don't Know (Won't Hurt You)
    4. You're Gonna Be a Sorry Man
    5. Love M.D.
    6. Early in the Morning and Late at Night
    7. I'm Just a Man
    8. Social Call
    9. You Brought Me Down to Earth
    10. Tuesday's Gone
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 77919

  • Credits
    EngineerChris Hammond; Scott Hendricks

    Personnel includes: Hank Williams Jr. (vocals, guitar); Billy Joe Walker Jr. (acoustic & electric guitars); Dino Bradley (acoustic guitar); Wayne Turner, Reggie Young, Gary Rossington (guitar); Eddie Long (steel guitar); Mark O'Connor (fiddle); John Jarvis, Barry Becket, Billy Earheart (keyboards, synthesizers); Michael Rhodes, Ray Barrickman (bass); Matt Betton, Bill Marshall (drums).
    Producers: Hank Williams Jr., Jim Ed Norman, Barry Beckett.
    Recorded at Emerald Sound Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
    This is Volume 16 of Curb's Bocephus series.
    Personnel: Billy Joe Walker (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Dino Bradley (guitar, acoustic guitar); Gary Rossington, Wayne Turner, Reggie Young (guitar, electric guitar); Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (acoustic guitar); Eddie Long (steel guitar); Mark O'Connor (violin, fiddle); Ray Carroll, Jerry McKinney, Mike Haynes , Herbert Bruce, Jim Horn, Jack Hale, Quitman Dennis, Michael Haynes (horns); Billy Earheart, Barry Beckett, John Jarvis (keyboards, synthesizer); Mike Lawler (synthesizer); Matt Betton, Bill Marshall (drums); Carl March, Carl Marsh (programming).
    Audio Mixers: Mark Nevers; Scott Hendricks .
    Recording information: Emerald Sound Studios, Nashville, TN.
    Photographer: Dennis Carney.
    Unknown Contributor Role: Carlos Grier.
    WILD STREAK seems to be Hank Williams Jr.'s conscious attempt at crossing over to a wider audience. This is straight-ahead Southern redneck rock with nary a hint of Nashville, though Williams' good ole' boy anthem "If the South Woulda Won" makes the somewhat puzzling suggestion that the day Patsy Cline died should be a national holiday.
    Highlights include an ode to phone sex ("Social Call") and a bombastic cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Tuesday's Gone" featuring Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington as guest soloist. NRBQ guitarist Al Anderson's "You're Gonna Be a Sorry Man" is harmonically sophisticated, while Tony Joe White's "Love M.D." is characteristically swampy.

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