Remastered for your listening pleasure in the original mono, Trouble is a Lonesome Town was moustachioed baritone Lee Hazlewood's first ever album. Originally released in 1963, this double album features 15 whole bonus tracks and a very informative booklet. A must for anyone who loves cowboys and stories and amusing facial hair. So, everyone basically. 

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Trouble Is A Lonesome Town by Lee Hazlewood
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7/10 Penrith Steve 23rd February 2015

Although "Trouble Is A Lonesome Town" is Lee Hazlewood's debut album, he certainly starts off as he means to go on. Opener "Long Black Train" is quite typical of his sound. Each track starts with a monologue before breaking into what are usually jaunty little country-pop songs. "Run Boy Run" and "I've Made Enough Mistakes Today" being a prime examples. "We All Make The Flowers Grow" and the The title track are slower, but lovely. The latter is a lolloping cowboy song, you see the sun setting and the horse disappearing into the horizon as it plays. There's plenty on here, 21 tracks in fact, so there's a lot of Lee for your buck.



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