You Win Again
Grateful Dead Recordings
Europe '72 (1972)
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Single : Hank Williams (1952)
Single : Tommy Edwards (1952)
Jerry Lee Lewis (1957)
Greatest Songs Of Hank Williams : Glenn Sutton (195?)
Sings Hank Williams : Johnny Cash (1960)
Ronnie Hawkins Sings the Songs of Hank Williams : Ronnie Hawkins (1960)
I Remember Hank Williams : Jack Scott (1970)
Let The Four Winds Blow : Fats Domino (1961)
My Favorites Of Hank Williams : George Jones (1962)
Modern Sounds In Country & Western, Vol. 2 : Ray Charles (1962)
Modern Innovations on C&W Themes : Ralph Sharon (1963)
Greatest Live Show On Earth : Jerry Lee Lewis (1964)
Roy Acuff Sings Hank Williams : Roy Acuff (1966)
Charlie Rich Sings Country & Western : Charlie Rich (1967)
Original Golden Hits, Volume 1 : Jerry Lee Lewis (1969)
Get Rhythm : Johnny Cash (1969)
A Taste of Country : Jerry Lee Lewis (1970)
The Original Jerry Lee Lewis : Jerry Lee Lewis (1976)
Gonna Rock 'N' Roll Tonight : Carl Mann (1978)
There's A Little Bit Of Hank In Me : Charley Pride (1980)
The Sun Years : Jerry Lee Lewis (1982)
The Sun Years : Johnny Cash (1984)
24 Greatest Hits Vol 1 : Hank Williams (1994)
Swing Low, Sweet Mandolin : Jethro Burns (1995)
Fat Man - 25 Classic Performances : Fats Domino (1996)
Lead vocals - Garcia.
First draft of this song was called If I Lose.
Original version was recorded by Williams on July 11th 1952 at the Castle Studio in Nashville. Released in September 1952 as the flip side of Settin' The Woods On Fire.
Williams release was not a success but the song was a minor hit for Tommy Edwards in 1952. The popularity of the song increased greatly in 1957/58 when it was the flip side of Jerry Lee Lewis's Great Balls Of Fire.
Number one in the country charts for Charley Pride in 1980.
One of the Dylan/Band (Hawks) Basement Tapes songs.