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Lee Hazlewood - The Many Sides Of Lee (1991)

4-07-2015, 10:15
Folk | Rock

Lee Hazlewood - The Many Sides Of Lee (1991)

Artist: Lee Hazlewood
Title Of Album: The Many Sides Of Lee
Year Of Release: 1991
Label: Request Records
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:06:32
Total Size: 170 Mb


01. Son Of A Gun (03:01)
02. Run Boy Run (02:26)
03. Long Black Train (02:49)
04. The Railroad (01:42)
05. Six Feet Of Chain (01:45)
06. Jose (04:34)
07. Dark In My Heart (02:05)
08. So Long, Babe (02:53)
09. These Boots Are Made For Walking (03:16)
10. I Move Around (03:06)
11. Home (I'm Home) (02:22)
12. The Girls In Paris (02:26)
13. Sand (03:37)
14. Suzi Jane Is Back In Town (02:30)
15. My Baby Cried All Night Long (03:15)
16. Shades (02:49)
17. When A Fool Loves A Fool (03:05)
18. Muddy, Muddy River (02:27)
19. Mansion Of Tears (02:14)
20. The City Never Sleeps (02:49)
21. Five Feet High And Risin (02:10)
22. Words Mean Nothing (02:13)
23. Della (02:50)
24. Want Me (02:23)
25. Pretty Jane (01:47)

Twenty-five-song import compilation of rare Hazlewood tracks, most or all dating from the 1960s, including solo numbers (under his own name as well as the alias Mark Robinson) and collaborations with Suzi Jane Hokom and the Shacklefords. The most country-ish cuts are like a debauched Johnny Cash; the bullfighter narrative "Jose" is Hazlewood at his most compellingly melodramatic; and there are shades of his Duane Eddy roots in the more rock-oriented cuts, like the grungy "Della" and the rockabilly-tinged "Pretty Jane." There are also solo renditions of several songs that he produced for Nancy Sinatra, although Sinatra's versions are uniformly better. You could justifiably call this the work of an idiot savant, or (at its worst) just a plain idiot, but it is, like much of Hazlewood's stuff, intriguing in its blend of '60s pop-country and eccentric production, lyrics, and vocals. There's no shred of documentation as far as dates and sources are concerned, but most of the solo material comes from1963's Trouble Is a Lonesome Town and a pair of MGM gems, Lee Hazlewood-ism: Its Cause and Cure and The Very Special World of Lee Hazlewood. But this is the best available distillation of the man's large solo output into one place, if you can find it.

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