Love And Other Crimes
- First Date:
- US - Reissue
If you're looking for evidence of Lee Hazlewood the weirdo, this album will not disappoint. As pure music it's another story. Hazlewood usually sounds like Johnny Cash gone pop, after gargling with razor blades; sometimes he sounds like a drunk taking over the cocktail piano, with soused accompaniment by such estimable session greats as guitarist James Burton and drummer Hal Blaine. Check out "She's Funny That Way," which suddenly fades into a silly excerpt of Ray Charles' "Drown in My Own Tears"; there's also "Pour Man'" (sic), a jaunty ballad sung by a convicted murderer on his last night of life. "Forget Marie" is reasonably solid country-pop in the style of the material he fashioned for Nancy Sinatra, but overall this has the ambience of a tax write-off or a vanity project, knocked off with a bit of extra studio time.
|A1.||Love And Other Crimes||Lee Hazlewood||01:00|
|A2.||Morning Dew||Lee Hazlewood||03:15|
|A3.||She Comes Running||Lee Hazlewood||02:10|
|A4.||Rosacoke Street||Lee Hazlewood||03:00|
|A5.||She's Funny That Way||Lee Hazlewood||05:04|
|B1.||The House Song||Lee Hazlewood||04:28|
|B2.||Wait And See||Lee Hazlewood||02:39|
|B3.||Forget Marie||Lee Hazlewood||01:58|
|B4.||Pour Man'||Lee Hazlewood||03:26|
|B5.||Love And Other Crimes||Lee Hazlewood||01:00|
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