Light In The Attic Records are filling their boots with the bittersweet country bliss of Lee Hazlewood, this time turning to the quintessential break-up record Requiem For An Almost Lady, originally released in 1971. Broken-hearted but defiant reflections on loss and love over a backdrop of languid guitar – country music sounds best when it’s down on its luck, and Hazlewood sings like he just lost his last dime.
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- LITA162LP / LP on Light In The Attic, housed in a deluxe gatefold Stoughton tip-on jacket. Remastered from pristine LHI master tapes. Includes outtake “I’ve Just Learned to Run” and previously unreleased demo “Little Bird”
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