Hazlewood, Lee

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Hazlewood, Lee - 13 13
Pop New - LP SLR 040 Smells Like Records
Factory Sealed.... more details
 
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Trouble Is A Lonesome Town
Pop New - LP SLR 037 Smells Like Records
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Hazlewood, Lee - Requiem For An Almost Lady Requiem For An Almost Lady
Pop Used - LP VIF 5000 Viking
Beautiful 1971 Swedish Laminated Jacket Original. Small Superficial Mark On At The Start Of Side One. We Play Graded It And It Is Inaudible. “Requiem For An Almost Lady Is The Rarest Of Lee Hazlewood's Albums Because It Was Released In 1971 Exclusively In Sweden (Where Hazlewood Also Completed His Cult Classic Cowboy In Sweden Album) And The United Kingdom. The Album Is One Of The Most Beautifully Agonizing Breakup Records To Ever Hit Wax, Culled From A Composite Of Hazlewood's Relationships Gone Wrong. Spoken Word Introductions Precede Each Of The Ten Brief Songs And Reveal Hazlewood's Poetic Soul, While The Songs Themselves Are Full Of Longing And Witty, Clever Cynicism Coupled With A Sad-Eyed Idealism That Paints The Music As Even More Visceral And Grievous. Hazlewood Spares None Of His Past Loves. Requiem Is Often Cutting, Even Harsh, As Is Evident With Songs Such As "I'd Rather Be Your Enemy" And "I'm Glad I Never..." (As In Never Owned A Gun), But There Is An Underlying Feeling Of Tenderness, As If Hazlewood Is Only Talking Tough To Hide His Own Deep Hurt. The Album Creates An Impossibly Cavernous Warmth, With Only Acoustic Guitar And Electric Bass Backing Provided By Jerry Cole, Donnie Owens, And Joe Cannon. Although There Are Hints Of Hazlewood's Cowboy Sound On "L.A. Lady" And "Must Have Been Something I Loved," Requiem Actually Steers Much Closer To Folky Psychedelic Pop Territory, Particularly The Sound Of California At The End Of The '60s. The Subject Matter Is Sophisticated And Somatic, But The Tone Of The Music Veers Much More Toward The Mystical, Existential, And Hippie-Ish. Hazlewood Is Meditative Without Seeming Overly Fragile. His Perspective Is World-Weary, But It Doesn't Stop Him From Tossing In A Campy Sense Of Humor To Leaven His Obvious Passionate Disappointment, And It Makes The Album That Much More Lyrical, Intelligent, And Emotionally Poignant.” Stanton Swihart, AMG.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - Lee Hazlewoodism Its Cause And Cure Lee Hazlewoodism Its Cause And Cure
Pop New - LP SE 4403 MGM
Sealed 1967 Stereo Original. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. Clean COH.... more details
 
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Poet, Fool Or Bum
Country New - LP ST 11171 Capitol
Sealed 1973 Original. 4 + Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - Lee Hazlewoodism-Its Cause And Cure Lee Hazlewoodism-Its Cause And Cure
Country Used - LP SE 4403 MGM
Beautiful 1967 Stereo Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Clean COH. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - Poet, Fool Or Bum Poet, Fool Or Bum
Pop New - LP ST 11171 Capitol
Sealed And Rare 1973 Original. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - Love And Other Crimes Love And Other Crimes
Pop Used - LP RS 6297 Reprise
Rare 1968 Two Color Steamboat Label Stereo Original. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. Slight Ring Wear Not Shown In Scan.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - Trouble Is A Lonesome Town Trouble Is A Lonesome Town
Country Used - LP MG 20860 Mercury
Juicy 1963 Deep Groove Mono Original. "Trouble Is A Lonesome Town Was Lee Hazlewood's First Proper Solo Album, Following His Prosperous Late-'50s Partnership With Duane Eddy And Prior To His Mentoring And Making Of '60s Boot-Walker Nancy Sinatra. Hazlewood Considered It A "Writer's Album" From Which Other Artists Could Cull Songs, But Trouble Is A Perfectly Legitimate Effort In Its Own Right And Characteristically Wonderful Hazlewood. The Songs Are Succinct, Country-Drenched Cowboy Ballads Given A Certain Undeniable Authority By Hazlewood's Warm, Bottomless Baritone, Which Booms Out Of The Music Like A Voice Amplified From The Heavens." Stanton Swihart, AMG. Rare.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - Friday's Child Friday's Child
Pop New - LP R 6163 Reprise
Sealed 1966 Mono Original, Small Brass Stud, Top Left Corner. 4 Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - Poet, Fool Or Bum Poet, Fool Or Bum
Pop New - LP ST 11171 Capitol
Sealed And Rare 1973 Original. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. Clean COH.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - The N.S.V.I.P's. The N.S.V.I.P's.
Pop Used - LP RS 6133 Reprise
Rare 1965 Tri-Color Steamboat Label Stereo Original, COH. Appears Virtually Unplayed. His First Album For The Reprise Label. Someone-Sadly-Felt Compelled To Write "Braden" Down The Right Side Of Back Jacket (See Scan), Hence Low Price.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - Very Special World Of Lee Hazlewood Very Special World Of Lee Hazlewood
Pop New - LP E 4362 MGM
Factory Sealed Mono Original. His Best 60s Recording. 5 Stars! One-Of-A-Kind Blend Of Country, Pop, Lounge, Nonchalant Sub-Johnny Cash Vocals, And Off-Kilter Lyrics.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - The Very Special World Of Lee Hazlewood The Very Special World Of Lee Hazlewood
Pop New - LP SE 4362 MGM
Sealed 1966 Stereo Original. Clean COH. Lee Hazelwood Sings His Own Compositions. Pristine Copy. “Although Lee Hazlewood Had Recorded As A Solo Performer Prior To His Brief Stint With MGM, His First Two MGM Albums Present His Best '60s Recordings As A Solo Vocalist. Issued In 1966, The Very Special World Of Lee Hazlewood Is The First Of These. Hazlewood's Limitations As A Singer Kept Him, And This Album, From Being Marketable As Anything Approaching A Commercial Proposition At The Time (Unless He Was Dueting With Nancy Sinatra). Yet With The Passage Of Several Decades, This One-Of-A-Kind Blend Of Country, Pop, Lounge, Nonchalant Sub-Johnny Cash Vocals, And Off-Kilter Lyrics Was Recognized As Worthy On Its Own Terms And Appreciated By A Sizable Cult Audience. And As This Album Demonstrates, He Really Wasn't Without His More Conventionally Pleasing Pop Attributes Either, Even If It Would Take Other Artists To Put Them Onto The Hit Parade. It Does Include His Own Versions Of Songs Far More Famous As The Versions He Produced For Nancy Sinatra: "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" (Done Here In A Far Less Effective, Self-Mocking Satirical Fashion), "Summer Wine" (Done As A Duet With Suzi Jane Hokum, Though It's His Slightly Later Subsequent Duet Of The Song With Sinatra That's Remembered), And "So Long Babe." There's Also A Bossa Nova Treatment Of The Hit He Wrote And Produced For Dino, Desi & Billy, "Not The Lovin' Kind." But There Are A Couple Of Delectable Sad Pop Ballads With Gorgeous Strings And Weepy Backup Choral Vocals ("Your Sweet Love" And "For One Moment"); One Of His Greatest Dark Meditations, "My Autumn's Done Come"; And Zippier, Frivolous Fun Pop Tunes ("I Move Around" And "When A Fool Loves A Fool").” Richie Unterberger, AMG.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - The N.S.V.I.P.'s The N.S.V.I.P.'s
Pop New - LP R 6133 Reprise
Sealed 1965 Mono Original. “Kooky, Funny, But Surprisingly Insightful Songs And Stories About Small-Town Weirdos -- A Companion Album To Trouble. A Quirky Anomaly, This Album Is Easily One Of The Seven Wonders Of The Pop Music World.” Kurt Wolff, AMG.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - Poet, Fool Or Bum Poet, Fool Or Bum
Country Used - LP ST 11171 Capitol
Rare 1973 Original With Clean COH. Vinyl Appears Glossy.... more details
 
Hazlewood, Lee - LHI Years: Singles, Nudes & Backsides LHI Years: Singles, Nudes & Backsides
Pop New - LP LITA 084 Light In The Attic
Sealed Limited Edition 2012 RSD 2LP Gatefold. A Removable Custom Foldover With Artist/Title Obscures The Lovely Ladies Full Glory. “One Could Go Off The Rails Trying To Explain The Odd Genius Of Lee Hazlewood. A Born Wanderer, A Natural Iconoclast, And A Man Who Simply Heard Music His Own Way And Was Somehow Able To Sail The Shark-Infested Waters Of The Music Business On His Own Terms By Out-Sharking The Sharks And Doing What He Pleased, Hazlewood Defied Easy Definitions. He Was A Fascinating Songwriter With A Sort Of Desert Vegas Cowboy Vision Of Life, And He Was A Subtle, Brilliant, And Innovative Producer In The Studio, Crafting Recordings That Had Enough Echo, Space, And Surprises That Phil Spector Viewed Him As A Mentor. Hazlewood Was Every Bit As Eccentric As Spector, Too, And At The Close Of The '60s, He Suddenly Moved To Stockholm, Started His Own Label, LHI (Lee Hazlewood Industries), And Turned Out A Fair Amount Of Extremely Interesting Material, Most Of Which Wasn't Even Remotely Aimed At Commercial Success. Light In The Attic Records Has Begun An Archival Reissue Series Of Some Of These Rare Hazlewood Sides, And This Set, Which Covers 1968 To 1971, Is The First Of These.” – Steve Leggett, AMG... more details
 

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