Saturday, March 03, 2007

Re-Lee Cool Re-Cap

I am re-posting a definitive list of all the OOP Lee Hazlewood albums I have had the honour to hear and colate so far (various bitrates), with new download links, since all the old rabidshite.de links have expired. I hope there is continued interest in these remarkable recordings so the links don’t expire...

solo albums


N.S.V.I.P.s (NOT SO VERY IMPORTANT PERSONS) Reprise RS-6133 1964
tracklist:
01 First Street Blues
02 I Had a Friend
03 I'm Gonna Fly
04 Go Die Big City
05 I Ain't Gonna Be
06 Have You Made Any Bombs Today?
07 Everybody Calls Me Something
08 Save Your Vote for Clarence Mudd
09 I Might Just Break Even
10 Just Bluesin'


FRIDAY'S CHILD Reprise RS-6163 1965
tracklist:
01 Friday's child
02 Hutchinson Jail
03 By The Way (I Still Love You)
04 Four Kinds Of Lonely
05 Houston
06 Sally Was A Good Old Girl
07 Since You're Gone
08 A Real Live Fool
09 I'm Blue
10 The Fool
11 That Old Freight Train
12 Me And Charlie


98% AMERICAN MOM & APPLE PIE 1929 CRASH BAND 1967
instrumental
tracklist
01 Summerwine
02 These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
03 Friday's Child
04 Sugartown
05 Shades
06 So Long Babe
07 How Does That Grab You Darlin'
08 In Our Time
09 Not The Lovin' Kind
10 Leave My Dog Alone
11 Houston


LOVE AND OTHER CRIMES Reprise RS-6297 1968
tracklist:
01 Love And Other Crimes
02 Morning Dew
03 She Comes Running
04 Rosacoke Street
05 She's Funny That Way
06 The House Song
07 Wait And See
08 Forget Marie
09 Pour' man
10 Love and other crimes (reprise)


FORTY LHI S-12009 1970
tracklist
01 It Was A Very Good Year
02 What's More, I Don't Need Her
03 The Night Before
04 The Bed
05 Paris Bells
06 Wait Til Next Year
07 September Song
08 Let's Burn Down The Cornfield
09 Bye Babe
10 Mary


20TH CENTURY LEE RCA YSPL-575 1976
tracklist
01 Long Haired Country Boy
02 That's How I Got to Memphis
03 In a Young Girl's Mind
04 The Ballad of Lucy Jordan
05 An Old Lullaby
06 The Fool
07 Indian Summer (L'été indien)
08 My Girl Bill
09 Crazy Mama
10 Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
11 To Ramona
12 Brevet Fràn Lillan

SINGLES:


Rare 45rpm Extras
archive includes:
1 Ode to Billy Joe
2 Charlie Bill Nelson
3 Rainbow Woman
4 I Am, You Are
5 Trouble Promo - Autobiography narated in the style of the introductions on Trouble and N.S.V.I.P.s


(Why Must I Die) The Girl On Death Row
- Released May 1960 on Jamie [320kbps Cat#1158]
Lee Hazlewood & Duane Eddy
B side: Words Mean Nothing


collaborations:
The Shacklefords -

Until you've heard the Shacklefords, you ain't heard nothin' yet 1963
tracklist
01 Mama Was a Cotton Picker
02 (There Goes) The Big Boss Man
03 Sweet Mollye (Life can be so Cruel)
04 Golden Bells
05 If The World Don't End Tomorrow (I'm Coming After You)
06 A Stranger In Your Town
07 Our little Boy Blue
08 Caro-Lyn
09 Big River
10 After That
11 Stand Up
12 You'll Never Have My Love So True


The Shacklefords Sing 1966 - 4 tracks only from this album - anyone have the whole LP?
01 The City Never Sleeps
04 Mansion of Tears
05 Muddy, Muddy River
10 Five Feet High And Risin'

I’m still hoping these will turn up some day - any offers?

DID YOU EVER w. Nancy Sinatra RCA Victor LSP-4645 1972
I'LL BE YOUR BABY TONIGHT Viking VIF-5004 1973
A HOUSE SAFE FOR TIGERS CBS 80383 1975
MOVIN’ ON 1977


If you haven’t heard, Lee Hazlewood is on his way out, suffering from renal cancer with perhaps a year to live, philosophically preparing for what he calls his “dirt nap”...
read more here

His final album, Cake or Death was released last month.

"I'm 77. I've been around long enough now.
I've lived a pretty interesting life - not too
much sadness, a lot of happiness, lots of fun.
And I didn't do much of anything I didn't want to do."

— Lee Hazlewood

41 Comments:

Blogger Kryten42 said...

Hi,

I just heard about your Lee Hazlewood tribute. I was sad to hear that he is passing on, but as he says, he had a good life. Can't ask for better than that. :) He reminds me of Frank Zappa in many ways (not musically so much, more in their lifestyle and outlooks). :)

I have a couple of his albums & singles, but no way to play them any longer. My turntables (that I cared for for many years) finally died a few years ago, and I never got around to replacing it. :)

Sadly, your RS links are already dead, files have been deleted. I guess some moron didn't like your tribute.

Still, thanks for the memories! And I'm glad I discovered your blog.

Cheers!

2:11 am, March 08, 2007  
Anonymous Kim said...

Looks like the links have been deleted? And some go to some weird place lix.in??

I need Lee!

12:30 pm, March 08, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...

Yes folks, looks like the sad and stupid mystery link deleter has followed me here from Chocoreve:
Most of my re-posts have been deleted from Rabid-Shite.
Due to the ease with which Rabid-Shite allow this to be done I am now posting on other free servers. I'm trialing a link protection service called Lix.in - don't know if will throw the sad and stupid mystery file deleter off the scent, but others have been using it... All you need to do is follow their link to get to the original posted files. Depending on which service I use, you may need to enter the password realmofx if asked.
Sorry for the inconvenience, but hopefully it will keep these files available to you all...

Meanwhile I shall re-up the files as quickly as my rather slow internet connection and my available time allows!

Of course if you are one who likes to delete other peoples files and you actually have a motive, I'd really like to hear what that is!

1:43 pm, March 08, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...

In case you missed that, if you get asked for a password, its:

realmofx

sorry for the inconvenience but hopefully this measure will keep these files available to you all...
B

1:50 pm, March 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh man! I just stumbled on this and was SO excited. I've nbever heard the Forty album, or any of the Shackleford's material and learned, alas, the links are dead--files deleted. Thanks, though, for trying. Lee Hazlewood is a favorite, and I can't seem to lay my hands on much of his best work.

2:50 pm, March 08, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...

Don't worry everyone, have patience!
These files WILL be available again, I'm reposting a few per day.
I haven't had much time for new posts in recent months, but it is my mission to keep extant posts alive or re-animate 'em when some mindless cretin kills them!
So just hang in there, all is not lost...

3:16 pm, March 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No... nothing... frig.. it looked so surprising, so interesting, but it slips right thru the fingers... it don't work & i'm really going mad. God, it's a helluva tease...

Michael R - Russia

10:48 pm, March 08, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...

Michael!
Give me a few minutes and I'll remove the lix.in cover!
Please have a little patience, you will get that file eventually even if it's tomorrow instead...
Have any of my other links failed like this one?

11:06 pm, March 08, 2007  
Anonymous michael r said...

Thank you very much for your kind response! - I've only just discoverd your blog and I did't try other posts yet. You know I've got but 3 Lee H albums ([un]fortunately, you have them too), yet this curious record was THE one that caught my eye at once! - So I got stuck & finally got just mad over it! --- Still I hope I will be able to get it sometime; of course I'll wait ANY time - I deeply respect people doing such fine unselfish job, & what right have I to be importunate?

Also,I hope I'll finally get my own blog sooner or later - have lots of material, but I'm travellin' too much now, hardly ever at home. - Anyway, if I chance to lay my hands on some rare LH, I'll let you know at once.

Meanwhile, while I'm still home, I'll try other LH links. ---- Whatever happens, thank you again!

4:12 pm, March 09, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...

Michael R, are you saying you still haven't been able to access the file since I removed the lix.in link?
Others have been downloading and I haven't heard of any problems... Axifile can be slow sometimes but after entering the password the link should generate automatically after 20 secs or so. Please tell me you got it!

4:22 pm, March 09, 2007  
Anonymous michael r said...

Yep bingo! it finally yielded - but not after another 15-20 whacks: I guess it must've formed a kind of hallucinated bug-loop over my IP that went on&on for some time more.

Now it's ok finally, it's morning here again already, but I can go & have a nap with a peaceful mind, at last. - Yeah, and I've alredy listened twice to that CRUSH BAND - it's a real fun!!!

THANX, but no thank to that Axiffffile - I'll remember it long...

6:11 pm, March 09, 2007  
Anonymous michael r in addition said...

Well... let me just tell you one last time that I REALLY appreciate your tolerance for crazy annoying blokes like me!
Not everyone could be like that......

6:19 pm, March 09, 2007  
Anonymous -k- said...

Hi,

Here's 90% of Did You ever, maskes as Nancy & Lee Again. Only difference is the tracklisting. The track Paris Summer is missing due to licensing-problems or something. Got it from eMusic.

http://sharebee.com/ee782620

I've got serious problems with your
lix.in links. Have tried 3 different browsers to no awail. This oxedion site just keeps counting me down, when I click dl nothing happens. Could you please try another service for 20th Century Lee, 40 and Love....?
Please.

-k-

3:12 am, March 21, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...

thanks for your message -k-
I've re-upped those files.
I'll give sharebee.com a try, it looks like a useful service.
There are so many file hosters but there seem to be issues with many of them...

Thanks also for Nancy & Lee Again!

7:15 pm, March 21, 2007  
Anonymous -k- said...

Thanks a lot for re-ups.
Got it down in no time.

Just got the 2-album CD Poet Fool Or Bum//Back On The Street Again if you're interrested.

-k-

5:01 am, March 22, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the great music! Here's the missing track from "Nancy & Lee Again":


http://www.sendspace.com/file/7ed27r

3:40 am, March 27, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's a curio: Lee duetting with Norwegian/Swedish singer Elisabeth Andreassen on the classic "Jackson", from Andreassen's CD "Short Stories" from 2005. Only released in Norway and possibly also Sweden.

http://www.sendspace.com/file/c8namn

5:59 am, March 27, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

I've got the "Movin' On"-album in MP3 (and vinyl as well). It's in 128 kbps... I am too looking for "A house safe for tigers" and "I'll be your baby tonight", both MP3 and vinyl. Hard to find and expensive when you find them...

8:36 pm, March 27, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...

Thanks Anon x2 for the extra files - v-e-r-y interesting...

Henrik! Here's hoping you can post a link to Movin' On...? With luck someone will turn up the other recordings some time soon.

9:18 pm, March 27, 2007  
Blogger junkyardsparkle said...

Hi, thanks for keeping these great shares alive (the crash band album is one of my all time favorites) and to the people who added the other stuff to this post. I'd like to mention that I *think* one of the technical problems might be due to the lix.in > oxedion combination, since the oxedion download would only work for me once I manually extracted the actual page from the lix.in frame... something about the way their javascript works? I dunno, just thought I'd mention it.

10:43 pm, March 29, 2007  
Blogger heenrik said...

I posted "Movin' On", here: http://www.axifile.com/?5330851
PW is 'barton'. Enjoy!

1:10 am, April 02, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks heenrik!

6:45 pm, April 03, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...

yes THANKS SO MUCH Heenrik!
sorry - response has been slow due to the rest of my life...

you can really hear the music sliding deeper into kitsch as the recording dates progress deeper into the 70s. Not surprising that some of these titles are OOP but I still imagine there must be enough interest in the man's music to justify re-releasing all these titles...

Is it ok with you if I post this directly so more people realise it's there?

9:39 am, April 07, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

Of course it is! I'm glad to be able to help. :)

5:56 am, April 13, 2007  
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9:33 pm, April 23, 2007  
Blogger ... said...

This is an awesome effort. It is so hard to find any of this stuff. Lee's version of Indian Summer on 20th Century Lee is phenomenal. The album Love and Other Crimes is an unsung masterpiece. Thanks heaps.

9:34 pm, April 23, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

-k- or anyone who has it, PLEASE do post Poet Fool Or Bum /Back On The Street Again! I've been looking for that one for ages!

11:11 pm, April 25, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks a real lot. it's so hard to find those things. it's just pop, but it's pop made by a great and loving soul. well, and this is even harder to find. so i thank you both.

9:21 am, May 01, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for your your kindess...I have been searching for some of these recordings for ages. Can you please repost "Forty"? Thanks again for all your hard work & exquisite taste.
Cheers. Long Live Lee.

1:52 pm, August 09, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes yes. this site is/ you are so amazingly generous. My harddrive crashed, I lost everything Lee, and here it is to recover -- with new albums, rarer albums, to boot. Is there anyway you can relink to "Fourty"?
THANK YOU AGAIN!!!!

7:59 am, August 13, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...

I'm away for several weeks and don't have the Forty files with me. As soon as I get back to my backup drive I'll re-post this and any other links that are down.

While new posts are thin on the ground these days, I'm still dedicated to keeping the good stuff available as best I can.

So if you want instant gratification you’ll have to look elsewhere.

Otherwise, come back at the end of August and Forty should once more be available...

9:32 pm, August 13, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, could you PLEASE, pretty please, re-upload "Forty"??

(preferably in Rapshare.com!)

Thank you very, very much!

-Dave in Poland

7:05 pm, August 16, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoops - should have read the earlier comments - SORRY!

I'll be back!

You've got a great blog here. I used to check it all the time a while back, but then forgot it. I'm glad I found you again on Totally Fuzzy!

-Dave

7:07 pm, August 16, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...

Surprise!
Forty is now re-linked (already).
Enjoy...

7:38 pm, August 18, 2007  
Anonymous Richard said...

I'd just like to say a huge thank you to Benito, Henrik & all the other folk who've made the superb music on this site available. I'm a relative newcomer to LH but am a fanatic already. Can anyone out there recommend to me a thorough & informative Lee/LHI discography?
I just visited the SLR site, which features a great pic of Lee hard at work on the barbecue!

8:40 pm, September 13, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi everyone,

please come and support the newly-established lee hazlewood forum at http://www.phpbb88.com/leehazlewood/index.php?mforum=leehazlewood

see you there!

7:51 pm, October 01, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the re-ups. Great stuff and great BLOG. Long Live Lee.

matt from PDX

2:35 pm, March 28, 2009  
Blogger Jay said...

Finally found a copy of The Shacklefords Sing: Their Complete Recordings - 31 tracks in all! Benito, if you're interested I'd gladly let you share it here.

12:59 am, July 16, 2009  
Blogger benito X said...

Jay!
That's fantastic.
I'd be honoured to share the Shackleford files.

Cheers.

7:54 am, July 16, 2009  
Blogger Jay said...

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=FAPGEKHN

I forgot to pack the album art, which is at http://i20.ebayimg.com/06/i/000/cc/e5/8ad5_1.JPG

Track listing:

1. Mama Was a Cottonpicker
2. (There Goes) The Big Boss Man
3. Sweet Molly (Life Can Be So Cruel)
4. Golden Bells
5. If the World Don't End Tomorrow
6. A Stranger in Your Town
7. Our Little Boy Blue
8. Caro-Lyn
9. Big River
10. After That
11. Stand Up
12. You'll Never Have My Love So True
13. My Name is Jimmy Brown
14. The City Never Sleeps at Night
15. One
16. Ain't,?
17. Mansion of Tears
18. Muddy Muddy River
19. The Leaves
20. Let the Good Times Roll
21. Everything I Touch Turns to Tears
22. Not the Lovin' Kind
23. Five Feet High And Rising
24. That Old Freight Train
25. The Biplane, Evermore
26. First Street Blues
27. Interview w/Lee Hazlewood & Marty Cooper at 'The Silver Platter Show', Arizona1966 & the Shacklefords singing 'One'
28. California Sunshine Girl
29. Coastin'
30. It's My Time
31. One More Time,Billy Brown

12:48 pm, July 16, 2009  
Anonymous A Girl in Paris said...

Thanks for the Shacklefords link! Loving those tracks from "Sing." x

7:45 am, November 28, 2009  

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