Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Lee again

Here's another piece of the Lee Hazlewood puzzle, with many thanks to Henrik!

Here Lee heads out on the Highway in that classic 1970s country genre, the Truckin' album.
This one's particularly idiosyncratic — there's even a Kung Fu number here!

Movin’ On [1977 128kbps]
01 Mother Country Music.mp3
02 I've Got To Be Movin'.mp3
03 The Rising Star.mp3
04 Come On Home To Me.mp3
05 It's For My Dad.mp3
06 Let's Burn Down The Cornfield.mp3
07 Hello Saturday Morning.mp3
08 Wait Till Next Year.mp3
09 L.A. Lady.mp3
10 Paris Bells.mp3
11 Kung Fu You.mp3
12 It Was A Very Good Year.mp3

Now if anyone can point us to "A house safe for tigers" and "I'll be your baby tonight" we would all be thoroughly appreciative...


Anonymous Enriquez said...

Thank YOU !!!!!

1:31 pm, April 26, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is there any chance that you have the following album too? And if so, can you post it?

The Cowboy & the Lady

Ann-Margret, Lee Hazlewood

9:32 am, April 27, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! Merci beaucoup-.

11:02 pm, April 28, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

Okey, here comes a few more hard to find (?) Lee Hazlewood albums:

I'll be your baby tonight (1973)
224 kbps

A house safe for tigers (1975)
224 kbps

The Cowboy and the Lady (1969)
192 kbps

The Stockholm Kid - Live at Berns (1974)
224 kbps

Some of them have the password "barton".

Just let me know if you miss some other song or album.

Listen and enjoy!

3:08 pm, May 04, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

And here's "Nancy & Lee Again", also known as "Did You Ever", from 1972.

Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood - Nancy & Lee Again (1972)
192 kbps


3:37 pm, May 04, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...


This material is absolutely amazing!!!
It's all very good , but the live album is a gem!!!!
All this is the best birthday present I could have hoped for...

So thanks again, your contribution is inspiring.

you mention any other song or album...
I would love to find the complete Shacklefords Sing LP one day...

9:48 pm, May 06, 2007  

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