The late American country singer Lee Hazlewood’s ‘Bye Babe’ was one of the songs played on the ABC crime thriller Big Sky soundtrack last night — Big Sky, Season 3, Episode 11, “Super Foxes“.
The song was playing in the background as Cormac is at the bar and Sunny arrives.
Lee Hazlewood’s ‘Bye Babe‘ was released on his album The LHI Years: Singles, Nudes and Backsides, which came out in 2012 via the Light in the Attic label.
It featured cuts from other Hazlewood albums released from 1968 to 1971, duets with Suzi Jane Hokom, Ann-Margret and Nina Lizell and one previously unreleased song.
The album comprises music released right before the period when Hazlewood, tired of America and worried about his son being drafted into the military during the Vietnam War, moved to Stockholm, Sweden where he remained for more than a decade.
Lee Hazlewood did eventually return to America, where he lived for the rest of his life. He died from renal cancer at the age of 78 in August, 2007.
His music is still licensed for play on TV series every year.
Listen to Lee Hazlewood’s ‘Bye Baby‘ as heard on last night’s Big Sky on his The LHI Years: Singles, Nudes and Backsides album, and in the video.
Watch Season 3 of Big Sky via ABC.
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