Why Should We Try Anymore? - Hank Williams - Long Gone Lonesome Blues : August 1949 - December 1950
Label: Polydor - 831 633-2 • Format: CD Compilation, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country
However, the B-side "A House Without Love," which contained lines like "We slaved to gain a worthless treasure" and "the simple things have gone forever," seemed to express Williams growing disillusion with fame and his growing estrangement with his wife Audrey Williams.
In the episode of American Masters about Hank's life, songwriter Danny Dill stated, "See, Hank was one of those people that had driving ambition. He wanted to get to this place in the world where Trumpet Voluntary - John Mann - In Concert was somebody. And he got up there, and there wasn't anything up there. It was empty There was nothing there that he wanted. It was all back down there where he'd been.
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