Lee Hazlewood - Trouble Is A Lonesome Town

 (Mono )


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Light in the Attic

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ALTA 096
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First time available in its original mono mix since the 1960s

Expanded double LP edition with 15 bonus tracks; gatefold jacket

Eight-page booklet with detailed liner notes by John Dixon, including a previously unpublished 1998 interview with Lee

Previously unpublished archive photos

Light In The Attic's Lee Hazlewood Archive Series continues with an expanded reissue of Lee Hazlewood's debut album. Re-mastered from the original tapes, this is the first time Trouble Is a Lonesome Town has been available in its original mono mix since the 1960s. Presented as a double LP with 15 bonus tracks and an eight-page booklet, this is an essential purchase for Hazlewood fans or anyone curious about about the man before the mustache.

Originally released in 1963, Trouble... finds the bohemian cowboy sketching out a vivid picture of a backwater place named Trouble, where trouble with a small ‘t' is never far away. "Trouble is little and it's lonesome," he says, on the title track, "you won't find it on any map, but you can take three steps in any direction and you're there." Lee says plenty on the album. The first voice you hear is Hazlewood's spoken-word narration. It's a format the singer-songwriter would revisit frequently, introducing his stirring songs with a touch fireside storytelling in the rich, Texan drawl he'd tried hard to lose during years he was struggling to make it as an aspiring radio DJ.

 



Side 1
Long Black Train
Ugly Brown
Son Of A Gun
We All Make The Flowers Grow
Run Boy Run

Side 2
Six Feet Of Chain
The Railroad
Look At That Woman
Peculiar Guy
Trouble is A Lonesome Town

Side 3
It's An Actuality
I Guess It's Love
Fort Worth
Pretty Jane
Want Me
The Girl On Death Row
Words Mean Nothing

Side 4
Can't Let Her See Me Cry
I've Made Enough Mistakes Today
Who Is Lee Hazlewood
Moved From Place Of Birth
His Girl In High School
In The Army
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Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.

Lee Hazlewood: As Only He Could Be....

posted on 10/15/2013
5 Stars
If you know of Mr. Hazlewood, if you think you might like him then this recording is for you. Mr. Hazlewood has got a story for you...several in fact. All entertaining, all a bit funny & sad. I guess it's a time capsule however in a way-- it's still all true today. Just ask any kid or gal from any small town hick sideshow of a place & they'll know what you mean. Instrument back-up pretty much nails it to. solid, quite recording. Pure & simple. My old Rebel Revolver still spins the tunes. This LP is a keeper & a winner..Juz' like the late great Mr. Lee.


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