Best known for reviving Nancy Sinatra's career with These Boots Are Made for Walkin', Lee Hazlewood was a highly unorthodox record producer. An epic box set collects his forgotten songs When Lee Hazlewood died from renal cancer in 2007 , his obituarists
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