Episode 1098: Lee Hazlewood – An Appreciation




April 22, 2021


  • Duane Eddy “Rebel Rouser” Have ‘Twangy’ Guitar Will Travel (Jamie) 1958
  • Dean Martin “Houston” Houston (Reprise) 1965
  • The Ring-A-Dings “Our Man Flint” Our Man Flint / Theme From The Spy Who Came In From The Cold (Reprise) 1966
  • Nancy Sinatra “Some Velvet Morning (with Lee Hazlewood)” Movin’ with Nancy (Reprise) 1967
  • Nancy Sinatra “Summer Wine (with Lee Hazlewood)” Nancy in London (Reprise) 1966
  • Lee Hazlewood “I’d Rather Be Your Enemy” Requiem for an Almost Lady (Viking) 1971
  • The Astronauts “Baja” Surfin’ With The Astronauts (RCA Victor) 1963


Patron of the pod Bill Mulligan picks today’s topic. We discuss the colorful career of Lee Hazlewood, a sort of cult figure in music.

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Where credit is due: Thumbnail photo of Lee Hazlewood courtesy of ABC Television (in public domain).

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