Monday, May 07, 2007

even more lee — realy!

We interrupt the Soviet broadcast to bring you three (3!) more precious pieces of the Hazlewood OOP puzzle, thanks to the selfless efforts of our good friend Henrik:
and I must say these have already become some of my favourite Hazlewood recordings.
There are a few familiar tracks here but they are different recordings, and to finally get to hear Lee live is a delicious treat — his dry irony glows forth.


I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
[1973 224kbps VIF 5004]
tracklist
01 - Lone Ranger Ain't My Friend Anymore
02 - She Comes Running
03 - Stone Lost Child
04 - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (feat. Ann-Kristin Hedmark)
05 - Urge For Going
06 - Taxi
07 - Paris Song
08 - A Better Place To Be




The Stockholm Kid - Live At Berns
[1974 224kbps CBS 80534]
tracklist
01 - The Performer
02 - You Look Like A Lady
03 - It Was A Very Good Year
04 - Hello In There
05 - Medley: Jackson / Summer Wine / Sugar Town / Some Velvet Morning / Houston / These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
06 - Fire And Rain
07 - Come Spend The Morning
08 - She Comes Running
09 - A Better Place To Be




A House Safe For Tigers
(Må Vårt Hus Förskonas Från Tigrar)

[1975 224kbps CBS 80383]
tracklist
01 - Soul's Island
02 - A House Safe For Tigers
03 - Our Little Boy Blue
04 - Absent Friends (Instrumental)
05 - Sand Hill Anna And The Russian Mouse
06 - Lars-Gunnar And Me
07 - Soul's Island
08 - Las Vegas (Instrumental)
09 - The Nights
10 - A House Safe For Tigers (Choir)

All Hail Our Glorious Benefactor Henrik!

33 Comments:

Blogger Henrik said...

I'm really glad to be able to spread the wonderful music of Lee Hazlewood. Those three albums are my favourites too, just listen to "Hello in there" (Stockholm Kid) and "A better place to be" (I'll be your baby tonight). The fact that LH has spent some good time here in Sweden is just great!

The spoken part in "Soul's island" is in Swedish (if you didn't already figured that out), and is about Själsö, the small island that Lee named "Soul's island". It's a small island belonging to Gotland
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gotland).

I haven't got "The Shacklefords sing", but I promise to upload it as soon as I find it.

/Henrik from Sweden

2:59 pm, May 07, 2007  
Blogger benito x said...

ah, Sverige...
blonde & beautiful one day, AND the next!
Besides the clichés, I have an interest in your historico-cultural heritage. My dark-age musical group perform Vem kan segla as a Viking tune, with benflöit and munharpa...
I've only been there for a few hours, on a train from Harparanda to Trondheim.
I promise to return one day.
in a longship

by the way, I didn't post The Cowboy & The Lady because it's still available and I'm trying to focus on the out-of-print material. But thanks for the link, it's there for whoever needs it...

3:59 pm, May 07, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

Just let me know when you're coming. ;)

3:36 am, May 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is an absolute blessing to have so much wonderful Hazlewood music available to the universe. Thank you so much, can't wait to hear these 3! - David, NYC

4:32 am, May 08, 2007  
Anonymous Petter said...

Thanks a lot for these.
Has anyone got "Gypsies and Indians", his 1993 collaboration with Finland's Anna Hanski? I think that one is pretty rare too.

4:41 am, May 08, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

I've got it, I'll upload it later today.

2:57 pm, May 08, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

Here's "Gypsies & Indians" (1993):
http://www.axifile.com?5926858

...and "Again" (1972):
http://www.axifile.com?7427124
PW: barton

The German, Swedish and UK version of this album were titled "Did you ever?", same songs - different running order.

Enjoy!

4:03 am, May 09, 2007  
Anonymous Petter said...

Thanks a lo, Henrik & Benito, for all these great Hazlewood-albums.

7:14 am, May 09, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merci, merci, merci, Benito & Henrik! You made my day!

7:55 pm, May 09, 2007  
Anonymous Kewenay said...

Having discovered Lee Hazlewood through Cowboy in Sweden, which I found a few months ago on Twilight Zone (http://rideyourpony-twighlightzone.blogspot.com/) I have become hopelessly addicted to the fellow, so much so that I can rarely bring myself to listen to anything else (except perhaps a few Nancy Sinatra albums). Quite simply nothing else will do. How does one wean oneself off a serious Lee Hazlewood addiction? I know this might not be the right place to ask, seeing as you guys must bear some of the responsibility for my condition. But since waking up the other day to a revamped version of Lee and Nancy on the radio (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_LqHaCnKOc), which, in my vulnerable half-awake condition, crept deep into my subconscious, I have had to stop myself from approaching random young ladies on the street and offering to take off my silver spurs. I'm worried that before long I'll grow a moustache and start sporting leather jackets the colour of baby poo. God, I might even feel compelled to go and live in Sweden. What then?

4:30 am, May 12, 2007  
Anonymous Cooper said...

Kewenay;

Be careful of becoming a Troublemaker!

http://rapidshare.com/files/30915685/Troublemaker.mp3.html

(1969 B-side)

1:52 am, May 13, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

Now it's my turn to say THANK YOU! I actually didn't have "Troublemaker" on MP3 (only the live version from 2002 (?)), only on vinyl. :))

5:23 am, May 13, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! What an amazing offering of Lee Hazlewood. I've been searching for these and am so excited to see these here. I bought the "House Safe For Tigers" video a few years ago only to find out it was in PAL format, NOT NTSC. I finally got the transfer done and ended up paying about $70 or so to finally see the film. All to say I'm a big fan of Lee and am so glad to get these albums. Thanks!!!

1:45 pm, May 15, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fantastic Hazlewood posts! I, too, have been a big fan of his for awhile now. Does anybody know where to get a DVD or Mpeg of the 1970 Cowboy in Sweden film? I know that there was a DVD-R of it being sold on a site before, but I can't locate this thing anywhere now. Anybody have it? Thank you for any info,

-Jon

5:11 pm, May 16, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

Do you still have the "House safe for tigers" VHS?

You can download Cowboy in Sweden from www.thepiratebay.org, just search for "Hazlewood". They are splitted into songs, but i think it is the complete video. Most of his albums are there too.

You can buy a copy of several of the videos here:
http://www.somevelvetmorning.net/Lh99.html

1:17 am, May 17, 2007  
Anonymous Uwe said...

thanks for that great collection
I saw lee in 2003 in darstadt germany he was great
Where is the live medley gone
i wasn't in the file I downloaded

3:26 am, May 17, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

Oh, I wish that I had discovered Lee Hazlewood earlier, I haven't had the chance to see him live...

In "The Stockholm Kid", the live medley is track 5, 8.46 mb. Sure you downloaded the right file?

5:52 am, May 17, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

You don't have any material from the concert in Germany? Tickets, photos, recordings, magazine ads - anything?

6:39 am, May 17, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Henrik, thanks for the Cowboy in Sweden info. And thanks again for the wonderful shares! I was able to download Baby and Safe for Tigers all right, but I'm having trouble unzipping the Stockholm Kid. Does anyone else have this issue? Seems to be track 5 that it's having problems with...

3:46 pm, May 17, 2007  
Anonymous Uwe said...

I will try to get it a second time
but track five was gone when I opened the ZIP.

I will take a look if I still have something from that concert. No photos but the ticket I think.
greetings Uwe

6:14 pm, May 17, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

Try this download link for the live album:
http://www.axifile.com?6699276
PW: barton

9:33 pm, May 17, 2007  
Anonymous Uwe said...

Do you have the indian summer version from nancy and lee?
I have that and could send you that nice song

2:07 am, May 18, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

You mean track 7 from "20th Century Lee", 5 min 13 sec? I have that one...

5:35 am, May 18, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

no there was a single from nancy and lee doing this song too. it is mentioned at nancys wikipedia site.
i will try to find the mp3 but where can i upload it or send with email?

4:21 pm, May 18, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

That's right, it was released on "Private Stock", I hadn't noticed that one. You can upload it at www.axifile.com, it works fine for me, just a little slow. Do you have any other rare tracks? :)

11:45 pm, May 18, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You will find Indian Summer by Nancy and Lee here http://www.axifile.com/fi.php?f=3278240&s=1179767068
Password: barton

There is a second rare duet from nancy and lee on YOU GO GO GIRL. Love Is Strange is a nice track I think

3:03 am, May 22, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.axifile.com?3278240
is the right link

3:04 am, May 22, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know if i asked that
but wasn't there a gypsy and indian version with an intro first.
I know that on nancy and lee 3 is no intro and the posted version here had no intro too.

3:10 am, May 22, 2007  
Blogger Henrik said...

Hmm, you mean a spoken intro? I don't recognize that. Someone else?

7:13 am, May 26, 2007  
Blogger Kewenay said...

Hey there folks. It doesn't seem that you were much concerned about my predicament, but no worries, I'm better now. A week of listening to nothing but Joy Division, the Cure and Lou Reed's Metal Machine Music did the trick most admirably. And what's more, I now I feel most justified in returning to a little Lee Hazlewood to assuage the feelings of suicidal despair I forced myself to endure. But my little sojourn into goth, noise and general 80s gloom did get me to thinking... What was Lee up to in the 80s? Did he really allow an entire decade and more to go by with literally no creative output? If so, what did he do instead?

1:59 am, June 07, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

just dropped in to look for Sanford Clark's "Return Of The Fool" and found long and hard sought-after "A House Safe For Tigers" - amazing!
... this blog leaves me breathless!
A million thanx and praises.
It's the best blog around!!!

9:35 am, August 03, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

not sure if anyone's still reading this but if you're interested enough to have got this far please come along and support the newly-established hazlewood forum at http://www.phpbb88.com/leehazlewood/index.php?mforum=leehazlewood - see you there!

7:32 pm, October 01, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,
and thanks for the Stockholm Kid and House Safe For Tigers, both of which I have downloaded. Now, if I could only find decent sized front covers (and back covers) to to with them!
Cheers!
Larry

2:32 am, May 07, 2009  

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