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1 - HAZLEWOOD, LEE - 400 MILES FROM L.A. 1955-56 - (CD) 
LIGHT IN THE ATTIC


Tracks mastered from original Viv Records analog tapesFeaturing many previously unreleased compositions and an early draft of Trouble Is A Lonesome TownLiner notes by Hunter Lea with an interview from John DixonIncludes archival photos and ephemeraPhoenix, Arizona 1955... a twenty-five year old disc jockey and fledgling songwriter, Lee Hazlewood, is trying to break into the music industry. He takes Greyhound bus trips to Los Angeles to pitch songs, only to be rejected each time. Undeterred, Lee starts a record label called Viv Records. Running the label out of his house, Lee finds the artists, writes the songs, produces the sessions, arranges the pressings of the records and handles distribution. Recently discovered tapes in the Viv Records archive yielded an unbelievable find, the earliest known recordings of Hazlewood singing his songs. Lee's first demo! The mysterious and bountiful tapes featured Lee singing early unheard compositions and a complete first draft of his Trouble Is A Lonesome Town song cycle that would become his first official solo album in 1963.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Cross Country Bus 02. The Woman I Love 03. Five Thousand And One 04. Lonesome Day 05. A Lady Called Blues 06. Five More Miles To Folsom 07. Fort Worth 08. The Old Man And His Guitar 09. Peculiar Guy 10. Long Black Train 11. I Guess Its Love 12. Its An Actuality 13. Buying On Time 14. The Country Bus Tune 15. Long Black Train 16. Run Boy Run 17. Big Joe Slade 18. Son Of A Gun 19. Georgia Chain Gang 20. Look At That Woman 21. Peculiar Guy 22. The Railroad Song 23. Six Feet Of Chain 24. Trouble Is A Lonesome Town

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 13-09-2019
Item # : 534887     
Availability: IN STOCK
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2 - HAZLEWOOD, LEE - 400 MILES FROM L.A. 1955-56 - (LP) 
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2xLP pressed at RTI & housed in a deluxe Stoughton "tip-on" jacketTracks mastered from original Viv Records analog tapesFeaturing many previously unreleased compositions and an early draft of Trouble Is A Lonesome TownLiner notes by Hunter Lea with an interview from John DixonIncludes archival photos and ephemeraPhoenix, Arizona 1955... a twenty-five year old disc jockey and fledgling songwriter, Lee Hazlewood, is trying to break into the music industry. He takes Greyhound bus trips to Los Angeles to pitch songs, only to be rejected each time. Undeterred, Lee starts a record label called Viv Records. Running the label out of his house, Lee finds the artists, writes the songs, produces the sessions, arranges the pressings of the records and handles distribution. Recently discovered tapes in the Viv Records archive yielded an unbelievable find, the earliest known recordings of Hazlewood singing his songs. Lee's first demo! The mysterious and bountiful tapes featured Lee singing early unheard compositions and a complete first draft of his Trouble Is A Lonesome Town song cycle that would become his first official solo album in 1963.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Cross Country Bus 02. The Woman I Love 03. Five Thousand And One 04. Lonesome Day 05. A Lady Called Blues 06. Five More Miles To Folsom 07. Fort Worth 08. The Old Man And His Guitar 09. Peculiar Guy 10. Long Black Train 11. I Guess Its Love 12. Its An Actuality 13. Buying On Time 14. The Country Bus Tune 15. Long Black Train 16. Run Boy Run 17. Big Joe Slade 18. Son Of A Gun 19. Georgia Chain Gang 20. Look At That Woman 21. Peculiar Guy 22. The Railroad Song 23. Six Feet Of Chain 24. Trouble Is A Lonesome Town

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Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Release date: 13-09-2019
Item # : 534888     
Availability: IN STOCK
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3 - HAZLEWOOD, LEE - A HOUSE SAFE FOR TIGERS - (CD) 
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A House Safe For Tigers is the soundtrack to one of the seven TV movies Lee Hazlewood made with the director Torbjorn Axelman during his period living in Sweden in the early 1970s. Hazlewood had moved there to lay low and to help his son avoid the draft, but wound up finding happiness and creative freedom. Many of the albums recorded in Sweden made their way no further than Scandinavia, but of them all, A House Safe For Tigers is the holy grail for collectors, often changing hands for hundreds of dollars.Originally only available in Sweden, this marks the first time Tigers has been reissued and available the world over. The movie was a "semi-documentary" featuring Hazlewood and his friend Axelman, looking back to childhood and contemplating the meaning of life. In it, Hazlewood runs a marathon, tells anecdotes about a bum who cured his stutter and convinces a group of Swedish children to take sides against Richard Nixon. "Its strange, very strange," Hazlewood said, "But we meant it to be strange."

TRACKLISTING: 01. Souls Island 02. A House Safe For Tigers 03. Our Little Boy Blue 04. Absent Friends - A House Safe For Tigers 05. Sand Hill Anna And The Russian Mouse 06. Lars Gunnar And Me 07. Souls Island 08. Las Vegas - A House Safe For Tigers 09. The Nights 10. A House Safe For Tigers - Choir

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 15-08-2012
Item # : 429013     
Availability: IN STOCK
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4 - HAZLEWOOD, LEE - SOMETHING SPECIAL - (CD) 
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The three years spent on MGM Records between 1966 and 1968 were golden ones for Lee Hazlewood. He spent them working with his muse, Suzi Jane Hokom, writing a still-unreleased book, The Quiet Revenge of Elmo Furback, competing with Phil Spector from their respective studios, and coming up with the formula for the "boy/girl" songs for which he'd become famous. In fact, the unflattering portrait on the cover of Something Special did little to hint at how hip this late-flowering talent (he was in his late 30s when "These Boots Are Made For Walkin" made him a star songwriter) had become.The common strand on the MGM trilogy is one of the unexpected happening. They were an ill fit for a major label-experimental, difficult to pigeonhole, and unpredictable. Those descriptors apply nowhere more aptly than Something Special. Where 1966's The Very Special World Of Lee Hazlewood and 1967's Lee Hazlewoodism: Its Cause And Cure had employed an arranger, Billy Strange, and a full orchestra, Something Special stripped things back and brought in a flavor of jazz and blues, complete with gravelly-voiced scatting courtesy of collaborator Don Randi. This sat alongside tracks like "Little War" and "Hands," the kind of late night, acoustic balladeering Hazlewood would later seize for his career-highlight LP, Requiem For An Almost Lady. The sound was that of a stripped-down nightclub jazz/blues/folk combo, fully rejecting the psychedelic music going on all over the world.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Shades 02. This Town 03. Child 04. Stone Cold Blues 05. Little War 06. Them Girls 07. Fort Worth 08. Hands 09. Mannford, Oklahoma 10. Summer Night 11. Moochie Ladeux 12. The Lone Ranger Ain't My Friend Anymore

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 24-11-2015
Item # : 482973     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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5 - HAZLEWOOD, LEE - THE LHI YEARS.. (GOLD/RED) - (LP) 
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Cuts from essential albums like Cowboy In SwedenFeatures duets with Suzi Jane Hokom, Ann-Margret and Nina LizellAudio remastered from original tapesUnreleased song "I Just Learned To Run"In-depth liner notes & unseen photographs

TRACKLISTING: 01. Califia (stone Rider) (2:47) 02. The Bed (2:41) 03. Sleep In The Grass (3:21) 04. Leather And Lace (3:07) 05. If It's Monday Morning (4:01) 06. The Night Before (3:18) 07. Bye Babe (3:38) 08. Victims Of The Night (2:38) DISC #2: 01. Chico (2:41) 02. Hey Cowboy (3:21) 03. No Train To Stockholm (2:22) 04. Won't You Tell Your Dreams (3:56) 05. Nobody Like You (2:56) 06. Trouble Maker (2:31) 07. What's More I Don't Need Her (3:36) 08. Come On Home To Me (3:01) 09. I Just Learned To Run (3:04)


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Release date: 30-04-2021
Item # : 548710     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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6 - HAZLEWOOD, LEE - YOU TURNED MY HEAD AROUND (1967-70) - (7") 
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Eleven 45RPM singles featuring original label/sleeve art, including an ultra-rare Woodchucks picture sleeve. Housed in a gorgeous, custom-made, magnetic flip-top box, and packaged with a special, LHI 45 adapter to play those pressed middles in style. Only 3000 hand-numbered copies produced, worldwide. Includes Lee Hazlewood puzzle, to keep you busy on those lonely nights. All tracks meticulously remastered - theyve never sounded better. Free download card for all songs.Part of the sheer joy of Light In The Attics excavation of Lee Hazlewoods back catalogue has been exploring the output of his own, late 60s label, Lee Hazlewood Industries, which issued dozens of long forgotten 45s and LPs. Whether acid-folk, country-rock, pop-psych or soul, LHI artists were united by the patronage of the underdog hero of 1960s music, the moustachioed maverick Lee Hazlewood. The best of these have been now collected in You Turned My Head Around, a lavishly packaged, 3000-edition box set of eleven 45s, featuring such LHI favorites as Suzi Jane Hokom, Honey Ltd., Kitchen Cinq, Ann-Margret, and of course the undeniable Mr Lee. To say Lee Hazelwood neither sings nor appears on many of these tracks, You Turned My Head Around tells the listener much about the cult singer-songwriter, producer, film star and latter-day cowboy. Like Hazlewoods own output, these are pop songs coloured by sadness, pain and wisdom. Hazlewoods character is there in every long, spiral groove thanks to his stunning production.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Lynn Castle With Last Friday's Fire (lhi 17003, 1967) - The Lady Barber 02. Lynn Castle With Last Friday's Fire - Rose Colored Corner DISC #2: 01. The Kitchen Cinq (lhi 17015, 1967) - The Street Song 02. The Kitchen Cinq (lhi 17015, 1967) - When The Rainbow Disappears DISC #3: 01. Hamilton Streetcar (lhi 17016, 1968) - Invisible People 02. Hamilton Streetcar (lhi 17016, 1968) - Flash DISC #4: 01. Honey Ltd (lhi 1208, 1968) - Tomorrow Your Heart 02. Honey Ltd (lhi 1208, 1968) - Come Down DISC #5: 01. The Woodchucks (lhi-1001, 1969) - Angry Generation 02. The Woodchucks (lhi-1001, 1969) - Bo-dacious DISC #6: 01. Ann-margret (lhi-1, 1969) - You Turned My Head Around 02. Ann-margret (lhi-1, 1969) - It's A Nice World To Visit DISC #7: 01. Danny Michaels (lhi-4, 1969) - And They Are Changing 02. Danny Michaels (lhi-4, 1969) - Valentine Grey DISC #8: 01. Suzy Jane Hokom (lhi-19, 1969) - Alone (feat. Lee Hazlewood) 02. Suzy Jane Hokom (lhi-19, 1969) - Same Old Songs DISC #9: 01. Lee Hazlewood (lhi-20, 1969) - Trouble Maker 02. Lee Hazlewood (lhi-20, 1969) - Greyhound Bus Depot DISC #10: 01. Lee Hazlewood & Suzy Jane Hokom (lhi-21, 1970) - Califia (stone Rider) 02. Lee Hazlewood & Suzy Jane Hokom (lhi-21, 1970) - Nobody Like You DISC #11: 01. Eve (lhi-25, 1970) - Anyone Who Had A Heart 02. Eve (lhi-25, 1970) - Dusty Roads

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Format: 7"

Disc Quantity: 11
Release date: 23-11-2012
Item # : 431647     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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