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lee hazlewood - requiem for an almost lady - light in the attic

LITA 162CD - uscd

Genre: Wave / Pop / Rock - Folk


1. 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. Stoned Lost Child 
8. Come On Home to Me 
9. Must Have Been Something I Loved 
10. I'd Rather Be Your Enemy 
11. I Just Learned to Run 
12. Little Bird (demo) 



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1971’s Requiem for An Almost Lady is a personal statement and one of the heaviest break-up albums of all time. There are no lilting strings, sweeping choirs, or dancing trumpets. The arrangements are stripped down to the raw nerve; Lee’s emotions are the orchestra here. The listener eavesdrops on a sonic journal of heartbreak. After losing his lady, his record label, and his country, Lee etches his woes to wax.
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“He was a storyteller, that’s his music... the storytelling. That’s the thing I fell in love with him for. This final story that we see, the Requiem story, is kind of looking back at a career, I think. Not just a relationship—it’s his story. I think it’s authentic and the most revealing, really, because other things are cloaked, cloaked in romanticism, in a way. When you think of ‘Sand’ and ‘Jose,’ ‘My Autumn’s Done Come’ and ‘Some Velvet Morning’... those are stories, they’re stories you make up... they’re fiction. This is a little closer to home, I think.” -Suzi Jane Hokom.

Light in the Attic Records is proud to continue its Lee Hazlewood Archival Series with LHI Records final release. 1971’s Requiem for An Almost Lady is a personal statement and one of the heaviest break-up albums of all time. There are no lilting strings, sweeping choirs, or dancing trumpets. The arrangements are stripped down to the raw nerve; Lee’s emotions are the orchestra here. The listener eavesdrops on a sonic journal of heartbreak. After losing his lady, his record label, and his country, Lee etches his woes to wax.


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