Lee Hazlewood – Forty

Originally titled Will The Real Lee Hazlewood Please Stand Up?, Forty was a different kind of Hazlewood album, one in which Lee just focused on being a performer. In 1969 on the eve of his fortieth birthday, Lee flew to England and enlisted Shel Talmy (The Kinks, The Who, Chad & Jeremy, Bert Jansch) to produce an album and hand pick the songs. Shel picked some incredible songs for Lee to sing and even wrote him a song that should’ve been a hit, “Bye Babe.” Recorded at famed IBC recording studio with cream of the crop British session musicians and arrangers, no expense was spared.

Light in the Attic Records is proud to continue its Lee Hazlewood Archival series with an expanded reissue of Forty. Every track Shel and Lee recorded for Forty are included here for the first time, including the outtake “For Once in My Life” and the previously unreleased backing track “Send Out Love.”

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A1 It Was A Very Good Year 4:14
A2 What’s More I Don’t Need Her 3:33
A3 The Night Before 3:22
A4 The Bed 2:36
A5 Paris Bells 2:40
A6 Wait Till Next Year 3:35
B1 September Song 4:57
B2 Let’s Burn Down The Cornfield 2:39
B3 Bye Babe 3:34
B4 Mary 3:01
B5 For Once In My Life 3:00
B6 Send Out Love 4:22