It reached No. In , it was on the charts for 7 weeks and reached No. It was issued three times as MGM , , and It was not released until the middle of and first charted on July 25, Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.
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Very Best of Hank Williams [Mastersong]. Country Music Legends. Hey, Good Lookin [Dynamic Entertainment]. Best of the Early Years [Polymedia]. The Complete Mother's Best Recordings Hank Williams 24 Greatest Hits, Vol. Hank Williams 40 Greatest Hits. Mercury Nashville. Williams had also begun to experience the fruits of crossover success, appearing on the Perry Como television show and joining a package tour that also featured Bob Hope , Jack Benny , and Minny Pearl.
Though his professional career was soaring, Hank's personal life was beginning to spin out of control. He had suffered a mild drinking problem before becoming a star, but it had been more or less controlled during his first few years of fame.
However, as he began to earn large amounts of money and spend long times away from home, he began to drink frequently. Furthermore, Hank's marriage to Audrey was deteriorating. Not only were they fighting, resulting in occasional separations, but Audrey was trying to create her own recording career without any success.
In the fall of , Hank was on a hunting trip on his Tennessee farm when he tripped and fell, re-activating a dormant back injury. Williams began taking morphine and other painkillers for his back and quickly became addicted. In January of , Hank and Audrey separated for a final time and he headed back to Montgomery to live with his mother.
The move had little effect on his music career, however, with "Honky Tonk Blues" peaking at number two during the spring. In spite of such success, Hank turned completely reckless in , spending nearly all of his waking hours drunk and taking drugs. He also frequently destroyed property and played with guns.
Williams left his mother in early spring, moving in with Ray Price in Nashville. In May, Audrey and Hank were officially divorced. She was awarded the house and their child, as well as half of his future royalties. Williams continued to play a large number of concerts, but he was always drunk during the show, and he sometimes missed the gig altogether.
In August, the Grand Ole Opry fired Williams for that very reason, explaining that he could return once he was sober.
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