1. Low Riders ¨Rider on a white horse¨

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    • Lee Hazlewood: Trouble Is A Lonesome Town | 2xLP | What's Inside?

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      AVAILABLE NOW: http://lightintheattic.net/releases/825-trouble-is-a-lonesome-town Light In The Attic's Lee Hazlewood Archive Series continues with an expanded reissue of Lee Hazlewood's debut album. Re-mastered from the original tapes, this is the first time Trouble Is a Lonesome Town has been available in its original mono mix since the 1960s. Presented as a double LP with 15 bonus tracks and an eight page booklet, this is an essential purchase for Hazlewood fans or anyone curious about about the man before the mustache. Originally released in 1963, Trouble... finds the bohemian cowboy sketching out a vivid picture of a backwater place named Trouble, where trouble with a small 't' is never far away. "Trouble is little and it's lonesome," he says, on the title track, "you won't find it on any map, but you can take three steps in any direction and you're there." Lee says plenty on the album. The first voice you hear is Hazlewood's spoken-word narration. It's a format the singer-songwriter would revisit frequently, introducing his stirring songs with a touch fireside storytelling in the rich, Texan drawl he'd tried hard to lose during years he was struggling to make it as an aspiring radio DJ. Each mini, pre-song poem seems to impart unexpected wisdom. Indeed, if the record sounds remarkably wise and mature for a debut album, Hazlewood was, of course, no spring chicken on making this debut. 34 years old at the time of the album's release, he was already a seasoned producer, writer and publisher with dozens of hits under his belt and a few singles under his own name and more under the pseudonym 'Mark Robinson' -- all of which are included here in this reissue. A pet producer of Duane Eddy's, Hazlewood could turn his hand to any musical style (bonus 'Mark Robinson' track 'Pretty Jane' is unreconstructed rock 'n' roll), but with Trouble..., it felt like the singer had touched on something that was uniquely him. In 2000, however, the late singer revealed that he hadn't planned on making what's best described as a musical storybook. "That was a demo. I didn't know it was a concept album. I wrote a complete story of a make-believe town," he said. The town nearly lived outside of the album too -- in August 1968 there was serious talk of a television show based on the album. Lee wrote a script for a proposed weekly half- hour series called, Trouble Is a Lonesome that, sadly, never made it to air. The cover sees Lee by the railroad tracks in Avondale, west of Phoenix. Smoking a cigarette and holding a guitar case, Hazlewood's myth was laid out here. The newly minted performer's long journey had taken him from Texas to Los Angeles via service in the armed forces and radio stations in small-town America. By 1963 he'd made it as far as the Hollywood Hills, but in many ways, his story was only just beginning. Light In The Attic will be revealing the rest of it throughout 2013 and 2014. We'll leave the final words to album supervisor Jack Tracy. His 1963 liner notes still true nearly 50 years later. "I happen to think that Trouble is as significant a chunk of Americana as has been written in many years," he wrote. "But don't let that get in your way. It was written to be enjoyed and to entertain. It will surely do that." * First time available in its original mono mix since the '60s * Expanded CD and 2xLP edition with 15 bonus tracks * CD & 2xLP include book-deep liner notes by John Dixon with a previously unpublished 1998 interview with Lee * Unseen archive photos

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      • Lee Hazlewood: Trouble Is A Lonesome Town | CD | What's Inside?

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        AVAILABLE NOW: http://lightintheattic.net/releases/825-trouble-is-a-lonesome-town Light In The Attic's Lee Hazlewood Archive Series continues with an expanded reissue of Lee Hazlewood's debut album. Re-mastered from the original tapes, this is the first time Trouble Is a Lonesome Town has been available in its original mono mix since the 1960s. Presented as a double LP with 15 bonus tracks and an eight page booklet, this is an essential purchase for Hazlewood fans or anyone curious about about the man before the mustache. Originally released in 1963, Trouble... finds the bohemian cowboy sketching out a vivid picture of a backwater place named Trouble, where trouble with a small 't' is never far away. "Trouble is little and it's lonesome," he says, on the title track, "you won't find it on any map, but you can take three steps in any direction and you're there." Lee says plenty on the album. The first voice you hear is Hazlewood's spoken-word narration. It's a format the singer-songwriter would revisit frequently, introducing his stirring songs with a touch fireside storytelling in the rich, Texan drawl he'd tried hard to lose during years he was struggling to make it as an aspiring radio DJ. Each mini, pre-song poem seems to impart unexpected wisdom. Indeed, if the record sounds remarkably wise and mature for a debut album, Hazlewood was, of course, no spring chicken on making this debut. 34 years old at the time of the album's release, he was already a seasoned producer, writer and publisher with dozens of hits under his belt and a few singles under his own name and more under the pseudonym 'Mark Robinson' -- all of which are included here in this reissue. A pet producer of Duane Eddy's, Hazlewood could turn his hand to any musical style (bonus 'Mark Robinson' track 'Pretty Jane' is unreconstructed rock 'n' roll), but with Trouble..., it felt like the singer had touched on something that was uniquely him. In 2000, however, the late singer revealed that he hadn't planned on making what's best described as a musical storybook. "That was a demo. I didn't know it was a concept album. I wrote a complete story of a make-believe town," he said. The town nearly lived outside of the album too -- in August 1968 there was serious talk of a television show based on the album. Lee wrote a script for a proposed weekly half- hour series called, Trouble Is a Lonesome that, sadly, never made it to air. The cover sees Lee by the railroad tracks in Avondale, west of Phoenix. Smoking a cigarette and holding a guitar case, Hazlewood's myth was laid out here. The newly minted performer's long journey had taken him from Texas to Los Angeles via service in the armed forces and radio stations in small-town America. By 1963 he'd made it as far as the Hollywood Hills, but in many ways, his story was only just beginning. Light In The Attic will be revealing the rest of it throughout 2013 and 2014. We'll leave the final words to album supervisor Jack Tracy. His 1963 liner notes still true nearly 50 years later. "I happen to think that Trouble is as significant a chunk of Americana as has been written in many years," he wrote. "But don't let that get in your way. It was written to be enjoyed and to entertain. It will surely do that." * First time available in its original mono mix since the '60s * Expanded CD and 2xLP edition with 15 bonus tracks * CD & 2xLP include book-deep liner notes by John Dixon with a previously unpublished 1998 interview with Lee * Unseen archive photos

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        • Wager (A Dream)

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          Freshman year film school project.

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          • "Some Velvet Morning": Lost Cinerama Fragment from J.X. Williams + Music by Spindrift

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            Cinerama Outtake from "Beach Bum" Directed by J.X. Williams 35mm | 196? | 3:40 ABOUT THE MUSIC This lo-fi version of Lee Hazelwood & Nancy Sinatra's 1967 hit "Some Velvet Morning" was recorded by Spindrift and Dexy Valentine (of Magic Wands) in May 2004 on a 4-Track Cassette. Mixed by Kirpatrick Thomas. Mastered by Ethan Allen. Joe "Party Chango"Baluta played bass guitar and Daniel Allaire on drums. ABOUT THE FILM After several decades in limbo, The J.X. Williams Archive is excited to present an outtake from J.X. Williams' "Beach Bum" (1967) with a new soundtrack by Spindrift. The dream sequence was recently described in Gregory Avery's article "Beach Bum -- Pleasure Unto Death": "When Ray gets Lureen to come over to his beach shack for the first time to listen to some music, he gives her a wine glass, the flames on the lit candles in the foreground expand in a way only candle flames can do in J.X. Williams movies---and we're off on a brief but harrowing psychedelic montage straight out of Psych-Burn, one that makes the couplings in late 60s Eurotrash cinema look pale and dismally uninspired by comparison." This dream sequence was not used in the original film because it had been shot in the ultra-wide (and nearly obsolete) Cinerama format. Using the original film elements, The Archive has reconstructed what the triple-projected sequence might have looked like.

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            • The Great Adventure

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              Pecos Bill and the Wranglers entry and finalist video for the 2010 72 Fest in Frederick Maryland starring Lauren Puglisi and Jack Noble. Tommy Hott also makes and appearance as a barbarian/local and Zach Christy did the voiceover. The film was edited by Jack Noble. Jack, Zach and Tommy Hott wrote the script/ Direction and camera work done by Zach, and Jack, production help from Tommy Hott and JJ demske.

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              • Federale - Seattle

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                Federale live@Neumos, Seattle, 6/19/10

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