Lee Hazlewood – Willie Jones. Label: MCA Records – MCA-41188. Written-By – Charlie Daniels.
Is Cowboy In Sweden the best album by Lee Hazlewood? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Cowboy In Sweden by Lee Hazlewood (1970) Overall rank: 4,539th. Accolades: Top albums of 1970 ( 87th ). Top albums of the 1970s ( 823rd ). Best albums of all time ( 4,539th ).
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Lee Hazlewood играет в жанрах . 15. Pray Them Bars Away, Lee Hazlewood Industries: There's a Dream I've Been Saving (1966-1971). 16. I Move Around, Lounge Legends: Lee Hazlewood. 17. The Nights, Lounge Legends: Lee Hazlewood. 18. Cold Hard Times, Lee Hazlewood Industries: There's a Dream I've Been Saving (1966-1971). 19. Summer Wine, Lounge Legends: Lee Hazlewood. 21. The Girls In Paris, Greatest Hits. 22. Sand, Lounge Legends: Lee Hazlewood. 23. Long Black Train, Trouble Is a Lonesome Town (Bonus Tracks Version). Видео 1, Альбомы 157. Karen Dalton.
Barton Lee Hazlewood was one of the leading figures of US pop music during the 1950s. Hazlewood is mostly known as a composer (he wrote such diverse pop masterpieces as These Boots Are Made For Walking, for Nancy Sinatra, and Some Velvet Morning, for psychedelic combo Vanilla Fudge), but he also built a reputation as a solo artist, as a producer, promoter and label owner. Hazlewood jumped on the bandwagons of surf music and folk-rock, writing minor hits for minor Los Angeles bands. In late 1963 came his first long playing, Trouble Is A Lonesome Town (1963), virtually a concept album that narrates the ordinary lives of the citizens of imaginary town Trouble (actually, a fictional rendition of his hometown). Each song is even introduced by a spoken interlude.
Maverick Autumn Imagination Introspection Reflection. The Very Special World of Lee Hazlewood. Hazlewood once said he regarded his MGM albums as "good, expensive demos" that would help generate covers from high-profile artists, and that certainly seems to be the case with The Very Special World; Hazlewood still seems to be getting used to the idea of singing lead on these sessions, and his craggy instrument, with phrasing that lurks somewhere between singing and storytelling
Written-By – Charlie Daniels
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Written-By – Lee Hazlewood
|MCA-41188||Lee Hazlewood||Willie Jones (7", Single, Promo)||MCA Records||MCA-41188||US||1980|