Lee Hazlewood

Requiem for an Almost Lady

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Track Listing:

1. In The Beginning/I'm Glad I Never...
2. If It's Monday Morning
3. L.A. Lady
4. Won't You Tell Your Dreams
5. I'll Live Yesterdays
6. Little Miss Sunshine (Little Miss Rain)
7. Stone Lost Child
8. Come On Home To Me
9. Must Have Been Something I Loved
10. I'd Rather Be Your Enemy

Released in 1970, in Sweden and the UK only, this may well be the heaviest breakup record no one ever heard -- ten short, simple, economically orchestrated songs, featuring Lee's lovesick baritone cushioned only by bass, acoustic guitar and occasional steel. Also one of the rarest LPs in the Hazlewood canon - unheard even by many of the most devout Lee fanatics. Truly a great lost album, an important piece of the mature phase of Lee's career, in which nearly every song to spill from his pen was of the highest craft.

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Track Listing: 1. In The Beginning/I'm Glad I Never... 2. If It's Monday Morning 3. L.A. Lady 4. Won't You Tell Your Dreams 5. I'll Live Yesterdays 6. Little Miss Sunshine (Little Miss Rain) 7. Stone Lost Child 8. Come On Home To Me 9. Must Have Been Something I Loved 10. I'd Rather Be Your Enemy Released in 1970, in Sweden and the UK only, this may well be the heaviest breakup record no one ever heard -- ten short, simple, economically orchestrated songs, featuring Lee's lovesick baritone cushioned only by bass, acoustic guitar and occasional steel. Also one of the rarest LPs in the Hazlewood canon - unheard even by many of the most devout Lee fanatics. Truly a great lost album, an important piece of the mature phase of Lee's career, in which nearly every song to spill from his pen was of the highest craft.

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