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Poet, Fool Or Bum - Back On The Street Again
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(2004/EMI) 21 titres 1973/1977
Poet, Fool Or Bum
Heaven Is My Woman's Love
Nancy And Me
Come Spend The Morning
Wind, Sky, Sea And Sand
Think I'm Coming Down
Those Were Days Of Roses (Martha)
Back On The Street Again
Save A Place For Me
Your Thunder And Your Lightning
You Make It Look So Easy
A Rider On A White Horse
Smokey Put The Sweat On Me
Dolly And Hawkeye
Beginning To Feel Like Home
New Box Of People
Dolly Parton's Guitar
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With the recent acquisition of the double reissue of Poet, Fool, or Bum/Back On the Street Again, I am well on my way to completion of my Hazlewood CD collection. Both of these records (here combined) were released only in Europe in the mid-70s, so listening to this is to hear what he was doing at a time when many thought he had disappeared.
It took me a couple of listens to really like this, but I eventually came around. This is far more country than pop. While these are not his best records, there is a lot here to like. My favorites are: Poet, Fool, or Bum; Kari; Feathers, Nancy and Me; Back On the Street Again; Your Thunder and Your Lightning; Suddenly Tennessee, Dolly and Hawkeye, and Dolly Parton's Guitar. Hearing once again how lyrically clever Hazlewood can be, I can see why so many alt-rock musicians look to him for inspiration.
If you have yet to hear this bunch of Hazlewood rarities, give it a listen. In addition to the CD, the buyer gets an informative booklet. At the low price on offer here, you can't go wrong.
My first reaction on hearing this was CD, however, not entirely positive. That voice! Umm ... it's safe to say the Lee's singing style is an acquired taste. But that's not such a bad thing. There are plenty of other unconventional singers that I like a lot, and after the first dozen listens, I came to appreciate Lee's approach to singing songs. A bit quirky, for sure, but also quite charming and engaging..
As longtime fans of Lee Hazlewood already know, this guy was a top-notch songwriter and there are some fine examples of his craft on display over the course of these two albums. No, they aren't all gems. There are two or three songs that just don't cut it for me, but overall these are both very interesting albums. And if you can't listen to a song like "Dolly Parton's Guitar" without cracking a smile, you just won't get it.
This CD comes with a 12-page booklet that includes an essay about Lee's career and these two albums, written by Bob Stanley in 2004. The track listings include songwriting credits (all songs written by Lee except for a handful of tunes, including covers of songs by Tom Waits and Kris Kristofferson), but no song times are listed.