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From the Monks to Kris Kristofferson, Light In The Attic has spent the last decade relentlessly proving itself to be one of the best reissue labels in the world, and they’ve got a new project that we’re especially stoked for. There’s A Dream I’ve Been Saving, out this week, presents the extensive output of Lee Hazlewood’s LHI label in one convenient collection.

Quite literally, this set has everything. Of course there’s a hardcover book, and the restored DVD of A Cowboy in Sweden looks amazing, but the real kicker of this set is it compiles the entire LHI catalog across three DVDs. Again, the entire LHI catalog. There’s the popsike whimsy of Honey Ltd., the stone cold country of Sanford Clark, and of course ample material from the boss man himself. Perhaps most shocking is that with a price tag under two-hundred bones, this thing is actually totally worth it. Check out a promo video for the set below, and order it from Light In The Attic here. Think of it as a Christmas gift from Lee.

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