Hazlewood, Lee "Requiem For An Almost Lady"

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Hazlewood, Lee "Requiem For An Almost Lady"

1971's Requiem For An Almost Lady is a personal statement and on 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 eaves-drops on a sonic journal of heartbreak. After losing his lady, his record label, and his country, Lee etches his woes into wax. 


Remastered from the pristine LHI master tapes

Includes outtake "I've Just Learned to Run" and previous unreleased demo "Little Bird"

Liner notes by Hunter Lea including an interview with Suzi Jane Hokom

Limited edition colored vinyl