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Boomkat Product Review:
Made as a soundtrack to an obscure 70s Swedish television movie, ‘A House Safe for Tigers’ is one of legendary American singer songwriter Lee Hazlewood’s more obscure albums. Hazlewood’s tapped country charms are evident, even within the confines of an OST, and those of you dying for the kind of breaks that only seem to exist on records made within a five year period in the 70s should rejoice as there are some corkers right here. During most of the 70s Hazlewood ended up living as a near-recluse in Stockholm, so it should hardly be surprising that this work exists and is as weird and sought after as it is. His 60s productions with Nancy Sinatra and Gram Parsons are like a distant memory as he conjures anecdotes about a distinctly Scandinavian landscape, but it works wonders and gives a psychedelic sheen to the whole record. Light In The Attic have done a great service getting this record all spruced up and back in circulation – it’s well worth diving into.