Released on Lee Hazlewood’s LHI label, the haunting Dreams And Images was the debut album from the demure and fragile Arthur Lee Harper. Though his lonely, intimate music, shy demeanor, and stutter might not have suggested a man of great ambition, Arthur moved to Hollywood chasing the music industry dream. He landed in a YMCA hostel with two like-minded individuals: Lindsey Buckingham and Stephen John Kalinich. While Kalinich and Buckingham were signed by the Beach Boys’ Brother Records, Arthur allied with Hazlewood. However, LHI’s packed release schedule and loss of major label funding conspired to insure this baroque pop delicacy would go virtually unheard until now.