RIP Lee Hazlewood - Honor His Music with Setlist From 2002

On August 4th, 2007, the world lost one of the most distinctive baritone voices in "cowboy psychedelia" - Lee Hazlewood.
His music has also been described as "saccharine underground" and he is also known for his collaborations and work with Nancy Sinatra, most notably "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'".
In honor of his legacy, we're looking back at one of his last known setlists from September 22nd, 2002 at the Royal Festival Hall in London.
The bill also featured Pulp's Jarvis Cocker and Friends, and the concert was a Celebration of Kristy MacColl, a respected British musician who passed away in 2000.
Hazlewood, who was 73 at the time of the show, took to the stage, perched up on a stool, with a whiskey and a cigarette in hand. To fans he promised
"some old songs, some obscure songs, some ridiculous songs, and what the press call 'typical Lee Hazlewood songs', which means they're dirty."
He then launched into a whopping 22-song setlist that opened up with "I'm Glad I Never." He weaved in songs from all corners of his prolific career. From 1963-1973 alone, Hazlewood had released 18 records.
Fans even got treated to old favorites that Hazlewood had never performed live before, like "My Autumn's Done Come."
"I want to sing a song I wrote before I was 30, but never sang live before, because I didn't think I was old enough. You can bet your sweet bippy I'm old enough now."
He continued to sift through licks like "She Comes Running," "Strangers, Lovers, Friends," "So Long, Babe," and of course, "These Boots Are Made for Walking." The set ender was one of his classics - "The Trouble Maker."
Check out the entire setlist below:
Lee Hazlewood
Since Hazlewood's death, Light in the Attic has reissued many of his LPs, introducing a whole new generation of hipsters to his suave and raunchy country stylings.
His music forever lives on.

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Last updated: 23 Sep 2020, 19:26 Etc/UTC