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  • LITA153CDCD  £15.00
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    Remastered from original master tapes. Includes unheard versions of Pray Them Bars Away and Easy and Me. Liner notes by Hunter Lea including interviews with Torbjoorn Axelman, Suzi Jane Hokom, Nina Lizell, Don Randi, Hal Blaine and Shel Talmy. Rare film production photos from the Torbjorn Axelman archive


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    LP housed in a deluxe Gatefold Stoughton tip-on jacket. Remastered from original master tapes. Includes unheard versions of Pray Them Bars Away and Easy and Me. Liner notes by Hunter Lea including interviews with Torbjoorn Axelman, Suzi Jane Hokom, Nina Lizell, Don Randi, Hal Blaine and Shel Talmy. Rare film production photos from the Torbjorn Axelman archive

Label

Light in the Attic

Lee Hazlewood

Cowboy in Sweden


Light In The Attic Records continue its Lee Hazlewood Archival Series with this expanded reissue of Cowboy in Sweden. Released as the last LHI LP, Cowboy in Sweden was a soundtrack to the 1970 cult classic film of the same name starring Lee Hazlewood. The film was a surreal psychedelic account of Lee’s journey to his new homeland, while the soundtrack was a perfect compilation of Hazlewood’s strongest songs recorded over a prolific globe trotting three year period. The production scope of the album was the most ambitious of his career, recorded in Paris, London, Los Angeles and Stockholm with a slew of talented session musicians, producers and arrangers. Cowboy in Sweden is quite possibly the purest distillation of the Hazlewood sound; lush melancholy country pop with a pinch of humour (Pray Them Bars Away), a dash of bummer (Cold Hard Times), some beautiful ladies to sing with (Leather and Lace and Hey Cowboy) and even a couple anti-war protest songs to be topical (No Train to Stockholm and For A Day Like Today). The David Bitter Sweet Symphony Whitaker arranged orchestral pop of What’s More I Don’t Need Her and the stone cold Hazlewood classic The Night Before cement the album as Lee’s peak on LHI Records and ironically the label’s swan song.

Tracklist
  • 1Pray Them Bars Away
    2Leather and Lace
    3Forget Marie
    4Cold Hard Times
    5The Night Before
    6Hey Cowboy
    7No Train to Stockholm
    8For a Day Like Today
    9Easy and Me
    10What's More I Don't Need Her
    11Vem Kan Segla (I Can Sail Without the Wind)
    12Me and the Wine and the City Lights
    13Easy and Me (Alternate Version)
    14Pray Them Bars Away (Alternate Version)

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