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    This article was written on 26 Mar 2015, and is filled under 1950s, 1960's, 1970s, 2000s, Alternative, Eclectic, Electronic, Radioactive.

    Adventures in Stereo #93

    This week  a selection of  band covers and tracks by the brilliant singer, songwriter and record producer (Barton) Lee Hazlewood. Enjoy!

    Luke Vibert & B.J. Cole – Intro

    Duane Eddy – Rebel-Rouser (producer)

    Lee Hazlewood & Nancy Sinatra – Arkansas Coal (Suite)

    Lee Hazlewood – My Autumn’s Done Come

    Lee Hazlewood – Nothing

    Lambchop – I’m Glad I Never

    Lee Hazlewood – Wind, Sky, Sea and Sand

    Lee Hazlewood – Son Of A Gun

    Duane Eddy And The Rebels – Forty Miles of Bad Road  (producer)

    Lee Hazlewood – Trouble Is A Lonesome Town

    Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood – Some Velvet Morning

    Kathryn Williams – Easy & Me

    Lee Hazlewood – Think I’m Coming Down

    Lee Hazlewood – No Train To Stockholm

    Lee Hazlewood & Nancy Sinatra – I’ve Been Down for So Long (It Looks Like up to Me)

    Lee Hazlewood – Pray Them Bars Away

    Duane Eddy – Shazam! (producer)

    Jarvis Cocker & Richard Hawley – The Cheat

    Lee Hazlewood – Must Have Been Something I Loved

    Lee Hazlewood – Anthem

    Amiina and Lee Hazlewood – Hilli (at the top of the world)

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