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Start Walkin' 1965-1976

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If you were Frank Sinatra's daughter and wanted a career in music, how would you go about stepping out of your father's shadow? After a couple of cutesy singles cut with the producer behind Annette Funicello records, Nancy Sinatra, Frank's oldest child found her groove as the kind of female badass rebel that her father likely adored: fashion influencer who brought miniskirts from Carnaby Street to America's Main Street; daring agitator who shared a rare interracial kiss with dad's pal Sammy Davis Jr. on national TV; Playboy cover star at age 54. It's the attitude and image that's given her career a lasting aura and made it influential for artists as diverse as Primal Scream, Morrissey and Lana Del Rey who has modestly referred to herself as a "Gangster Nancy Sinatra."

As this well-curated compilation proves, Sinatra's most influential music comes from her '60s collaboration with oddball pop chameleon Lee Hazlewood. Although the pair's vaguely sensual duet on the still puzzling, hippie-cowboy epic, "Some Velvet Morning," earned them artistic credibility, the crowning achievement of their partnership and Sinatra's calling card was 1965's "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"—a Hazlewood original that he originally intended to sing. Sinatra convinced him it needed a women's voice to turn it from a tale of spousal abuse to one of female empowerment. Her instincts proved prescient and her deadpan delivery and Hazlewood's snappy production style built around an unforgettable bass line birthed a defiant feminist '60s anthem. Other Sinatra/Hazlewood numbers included here are the fuzz guitar march, "Lightning's Girls," a tremolo-guitar led version of "Bang Bang" (Cher's first million selling single), and duets that charted with Hazlewood: "Summer Wine," "Jackson." The ace card in the Sinatra/Hazlewood union was using Los Angeles studio vets the Wrecking Crew as the backing band. With pros like Hal Blaine on drums, Al Casey, Glen Campbell and Larry Carlton on guitar and Carol Kaye on bass, it's all well-recorded and beautifully mixed music, solid and stylish, and brimming with a confident Angelino brand of white pop soul. © Robert Baird/Qobuz

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1
Bang Bang
00:02:41

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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2
These Boots Are Made for Walkin'
00:02:46

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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3
Sugar Town
00:02:24

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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4
So Long Babe
00:03:07

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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5
How Does That Grab You, Darlin'?
00:02:33

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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6
Friday's Child
00:02:28

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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7
You Only Live Twice
00:02:58

Leslie Bricusse, Composer - John Barry, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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8
Summer Wine
00:03:44

Lee Hazlewood, Composer, MainArtist - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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9
Some Velvet Morning
00:03:40

Lee Hazlewood, Composer, MainArtist - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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10
Lightning's Girl
00:02:56

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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11
Sand
00:03:46

Lee Hazlewood, Composer, MainArtist - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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12
Lady Bird
00:03:03

Lee Hazlewood, Composer, MainArtist - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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13
Jackson
00:02:49

Jerry Leiber, Composer - Lee Hazlewood, MainArtist - BILLY EDD WHEELER, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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14
Happy
00:02:36

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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15
How Are Things in California
00:02:32

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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16
Hook and Ladder
00:03:08

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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17
Hello L.a., Bye-Bye Birmingham
00:03:12

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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18
Paris Summer
00:02:58

Lee Hazlewood, Composer, MainArtist - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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19
Arkansas Coal (Suite)
00:05:39

Lee Hazlewood, Composer, MainArtist - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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20
Down from Dover
00:03:38

Lee Hazlewood, Composer, MainArtist - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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21
Kind of a Woman
00:03:02

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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22
Machine Gun Kelly
00:03:19

Lee Hazlewood, Composer - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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23
(L'été Indien) Indian Summer
00:03:24

Lee Hazlewood, Composer, MainArtist - Nancy Sinatra, MainArtist

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Album Description

If you were Frank Sinatra's daughter and wanted a career in music, how would you go about stepping out of your father's shadow? After a couple of cutesy singles cut with the producer behind Annette Funicello records, Nancy Sinatra, Frank's oldest child found her groove as the kind of female badass rebel that her father likely adored: fashion influencer who brought miniskirts from Carnaby Street to America's Main Street; daring agitator who shared a rare interracial kiss with dad's pal Sammy Davis Jr. on national TV; Playboy cover star at age 54. It's the attitude and image that's given her career a lasting aura and made it influential for artists as diverse as Primal Scream, Morrissey and Lana Del Rey who has modestly referred to herself as a "Gangster Nancy Sinatra."

As this well-curated compilation proves, Sinatra's most influential music comes from her '60s collaboration with oddball pop chameleon Lee Hazlewood. Although the pair's vaguely sensual duet on the still puzzling, hippie-cowboy epic, "Some Velvet Morning," earned them artistic credibility, the crowning achievement of their partnership and Sinatra's calling card was 1965's "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"—a Hazlewood original that he originally intended to sing. Sinatra convinced him it needed a women's voice to turn it from a tale of spousal abuse to one of female empowerment. Her instincts proved prescient and her deadpan delivery and Hazlewood's snappy production style built around an unforgettable bass line birthed a defiant feminist '60s anthem. Other Sinatra/Hazlewood numbers included here are the fuzz guitar march, "Lightning's Girls," a tremolo-guitar led version of "Bang Bang" (Cher's first million selling single), and duets that charted with Hazlewood: "Summer Wine," "Jackson." The ace card in the Sinatra/Hazlewood union was using Los Angeles studio vets the Wrecking Crew as the backing band. With pros like Hal Blaine on drums, Al Casey, Glen Campbell and Larry Carlton on guitar and Carol Kaye on bass, it's all well-recorded and beautifully mixed music, solid and stylish, and brimming with a confident Angelino brand of white pop soul. © Robert Baird/Qobuz

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