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Five-O-Five finds Hank Williams, Jr. scoring big with three hit singles: "I'm for Love," "This Ain't Dallas," and the standard "Ain't Misbehavin'." The album does tend to rely heavily on outlaw country anthems, including "The Nashville Scene," "Something to Believe In," "Outlaw's Rewards," and a version of Warren Zevon's "Lawyers, Guns and Money."
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Performance CreditsHank Williams Primary Artist,Electric Guitar,Recorder
Edgar Meyer Bass
George Thorogood Electric Guitar,Steel Guitar,Slide Guitar
Wendy Waldman Background Vocals
Ray Barrickman Bass
Matt Betton Drums
Jimmy Bowen Recorder
Dean Bradley Acoustic Guitar
Emory Gordy Bass
Paul Hatfield Synthesizer,Keyboards
John Hobbs Keyboards
John Jarvis Keyboards
Eddie Long Pedal Steel Guitar
Bill Marshall Drums
Jerry McKinney Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Terry McMillan Percussion
Lamar Morris Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Steve Schaffer Synthesizer,Synclavier
Randy Scruggs Acoustic Guitar
Wayne Turner Electric Guitar
Reggie Young Electric Guitar
Billy Joe Walker Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Technical CreditsJimmy Bowen Producer,Engineer
Bob Bullock Engineer
Terry McMillan Contributor
Ron Treat Engineer
Hank Williams Producer,Engineer
Gabrielle Raumberger Art Direction