The Hazlewoods - Leavin' You For A Cowboy mp3 album
Listen to Leavin' You For A Cowboy in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 2003 Laughing Outlaw Records.
Probably Hazlewood's single most famous album, Cowboy In Sweden is actually a compilation of tracks meant to complement the Swedish tv program (a fantasia starring Hazlewood) of the same name. After all these years it's still safe to say that there is little other recorded music like it: it's baroque country in a soundscape drenched in echo
Leavin' You For A Cowboy - Love and Hate, Divorce Trailer Style, Big Hair and 11 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Leavin' You For A Cowboy. From: THe Hazlewoods. Count: 11. Views: 3. Leavin' You For A Cowboy tracks. Divorce Trailer Style.
Cowboy in Sweden is the soundtrack album to the 1970 television special of the same name starring Lee Hazlewood, released in 1970. In 2016, the album was reissued by Light in the Attic Records with additional bonus tracks
The year that he arrived in Sweden, he starred in Axelman's television production Cowboy in Sweden and cut an album of the same name. Judging by the album alone, the film must have been exceedingly surreal, since the record exists in its own space and time. At its core, it's a collection of country and cowboy tunes, much like the work he did with Nancy Sinatra, but the production is cinematic and psychedelic, creating a druggy, discombobulated sound like no other.
Cowboy In Sweden by Lee Hazlewood, released 20 December 2016 1. Pray Them Bars 2. Leather and Lace 3. Forget Marie 4. Cold Hard Times 5. The Night Before 6. Hey Cowboy 7. No Train To Stockholm 8. For A Day Like Today 9. Easy and Me 10. What’s More I Don’t Need Her 11. Vem Kan Segla (I Can Sail Without the Wind) 12. Me and the Wine and the City Lights 13. Easy and Me (alternate version) 14. Pray Them Bars Away (alternate version) Lee Hazlewood spent a good part of the late 1960s traveling the globe, cutting records and inking business deals
Lee Hazlewood is a legend who has somehow gone underrated. Another absolute oddity in the world of Hazlewood, A House Safe for Tigers was originally used as a soundtrack for a Swedish semi-documentary Hazlewood created with Torbjörn Axelman. Hazlewood spent much of his time in Sweden in the early ‘70s, and A House Safe for Tigers is one of seven films he and Axelman made during this brief period. I’ve never seen the film version of A House Safe for Tigers, which speaks to the quality of the soundtrack. It’s one of those scores that can function both on its own and as a supplement to something else. Trouble is a Lonesome Town
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