If country singing legend Hank Williams has a signature tune out of his massive catalog of hits, "Your Cheatin' Heart" has to be it. It became the title of the film made about his life (starring George Hamilton, in one of the more bizarre castings in Hollywood history) and in many ways is the unofficial anthem of country music. Whenever anyone wants "to go country," they'll usually plunder the vast Williams catalog and "Your Cheatin' Heart" is one of the first tunes on their list for recycling, the song making perfect fodder for reinterpretation for everyone from Jerry Lee Lewis to Teresa Brewer. The ultimate mournful country ballad, its whiny steel guitar intro all by itself epitomizes country when the music was still described as "hillbilly" before Williams even sings a note. Williams' vocal is filled with regret and recrimination, coming from the bleakest of feelings, absolutely brimming over with despair. When disparagers of old-time country refer to it as "cry in your beer music," this performance is exactly what they're talking about.