Deal alert / Lee Hazlewood deluxe


One of the best deluxe sets of 2013, There’s A Dream I’ve Been Saving 1966-1971, is a lovingly crafted celebration of the inimitable producer, songwriter and label-owning maverick Lee Hazlewood. It’s available at the moment at a bargain price from Amazon Italy.

Produced by US label Light In The Attic, this luxurious large-format (12″ x 12″) 172-page book contains 107 tracks across four CDs and a region-free DVD featuring the commercial debut of Lee’s film Cowboy in Sweden. The photos below give you a feel for this fine set which is around £55 at the moment from the Italian site, when compared to £93 on Amazon UK. This really is a brilliant example of high-class music presentation – I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.



Four discs at the front of the book


Some very funny photos within this set


Fantastic graphic design


The early years with Suzi Jane Hokom


Excellent illustrated timeline at the bottom of the pages


Photographer Murray Garrett is interviewed


Record sleeves


Hazlewood moved to Sweden and made a film


“Cowboy In Sweden” included on DVD


Record labels and track listings


Quality linen binding


LHI business card


Spec sheet


15 responses to Deal alert / Lee Hazlewood deluxe

  1. Peter says:

    Got mail from supplier, Fastmedia, US based, only paid 2 euros for postage ???

  2. Peter says:

    Ordered, £84 v £200 on Amazon UK,

    What’s not to like

    Cheers Paul

  3. andrew R says:

    I see this is back up to euro 103 already and thats from a third party seller!

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      Worth keeping an eye on it, because it went up last night but was down again this morning. Now back up though, as you say!

  4. RJSWinchester says:

    I bought the super deluxe edition of this when it was released for £101. A lot of junk on the DVDs of the singles and albums and it’s not really worth the extra outlay. However, £55 for this ‘basic’ version is a bargain and worth it for the DVD “Cowboy in Sweden” alone. Twin set denim never looked so cool!

  5. Eric says:

    I saw this in a charity shop (one of those BHF specialist music and book ones) last year. They had it in a glass case, selling for £50. I think I should have got it….

  6. Gert says:

    I’m glad to have the super deluxe already, but this is a beautiful thing

  7. bob says:

    I would love this but I really don’t like these huge LP sized boxes. I know it is shallow of me but I like my box sets to sit neatly on my shelf. It does look excellent though.

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      It’s really a book, rather than a box, so it sits nicely next to vinyl records – it’s not a weird shape or anything.

  8. richie says:

    I`ve been thinking about this set for quite a while, I am no longer thinking about this set. It`s being packed in a brown Amazon box.

    As Jim says, DAMN YOU!!!, Paul that`s next weeks dosh gone!

  9. Jim says:

    I’ve no choice but to order this. Damn you!

  10. Ben in Colorado says:

    I bought this when it was released and I knew little about Lee. It has become one of my favorite sets. As Paul said, the quality is excellent and the whole package is a great example of how well a box set can be done.

    • Steve says:

      Have you noticed with the CD’s and the DVD in your Lee Hazelwood Box Set if they came scratched and/or scuffed on the playing surface because of the slide in pockets in the book where they’re housed ? It looks like to me that there’s nothing to protect them whatsoever from being scratched before you buy them or after if you choose to use those pockets ? If these record labels would only use digi-pak like trays to put them in if they insist on these book type boxed sets.

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