Five-O (album)

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Five-O
Studio album by Hank Williams, Jr.
Released May 1985 (1985-05)
Genre Country
Length 35:28
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Jimmy Bowen
Hank Williams, Jr.
Hank Williams, Jr. chronology
Hank Williams, Jr.'s Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
(1985)
Five-O
(1985)
Montana Cafe
(1986)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Five-O is a studio album by American country music artist Hank Williams, Jr. It was released by Warner Bros. Records in May 1985. "I'm for Love," "This Ain't Dallas" and "Ain't Misbehavin'" were released as singles, reaching No. 1, No. 4 and No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. The album reached No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart, becoming his second No. 1 album,[2] and has been certified Gold by the RIAA.[3]

Along with its commercial success, Five-O garnered a great deal of recognition within the music industry. The Academy of Country Music nominated Five-O for Album of the Year and Williams for Top Male Vocalist.[4] The Country Music Association also nominated Williams for Male Vocalist of the Year.[5] At the 1987 Grammy Awards, Williams was nominated for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male for his version of "Ain't Misbehavin'".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I'm for Love" (Hank Williams, Jr.) - 2:57
  2. "I Really Like Girls" (George Thorogood) - 2:43
  3. "The Nashville Scene" (Williams, Tony Stampley, Buck Moore) - 2:56
  4. "Ain't Misbehavin'" (Fats Waller, Andy Razaf, Harry Brooks) - 4:35
  5. "Something to Believe In" (Williams) - 4:09
  6. "Lawyers, Guns and Money" (Warren Zevon) - 3:11
  7. "This Ain't Dallas" (Williams) - 2:44
  8. "I've Been Around" (Williams) - 3:15
  9. "New Orleans" (Joseph Royster, Frank Guida) - 3:28
  10. "Outlaw's Rewards" (Williams) - 5:41

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1985) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 1
U.S. Billboard 200 72

References[edit]

Preceded by
40-Hour Week
by Alabama
Top Country Albums number-one album
June 22 - July 27, 1985
Succeeded by
40-Hour Week
by Alabama
Preceded by
40-Hour Week
by Alabama
Top Country Albums number-one album
August 17–31, 1985
Succeeded by
Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
by Ronnie Milsap
Preceded by
Greatest Hits
by Alabama
Top Country Albums number-one album
May 17, 1986
Succeeded by
Whoever's in New England
by Reba McEntire