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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.

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Four discs at the front of the book
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Some very funny photos within this set
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Fantastic graphic design
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The early years with Suzi Jane Hokom
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Excellent illustrated timeline at the bottom of the pages
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Photographer Murray Garrett is interviewed
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Record sleeves
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Hazlewood moved to Sweden and made a film
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“Cowboy In Sweden” included on DVD
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Record labels and track listings
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Quality linen binding
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LHI business card
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Spec sheet

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Peter

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

Peter

Ordered, £84 v £200 on Amazon UK,

What’s not to like

Cheers Paul

andrew R

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

RJSWinchester

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!

Eric

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….

Gert

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

bob

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.

richie

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!

Jim

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

Ben in Colorado

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

Ben,
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.

Ben in Colorado

I know what you mean. It is not optimal at all. I have the deluxe set and there are no scratches.