Nancy Sinatra - Boots
Nancy Sinatra - Boots
Nancy Sinatra - Boots
Nancy Sinatra - Boots

Nancy Sinatra - Boots

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B5 and B6 are bonus tracks from the original album's sessions

Lead Vocals – Nancy Sinatra [click here to see more vinyl featuring Nancy Sinatra]

Arranged by Billy Strange

Written by Hazlewood (A3, A5, B1, B5), Mick Jagger (A1), Andrew Loog Oldham (A1), Keith Richards (A1), John Lennon (A2, B4), Paul McCartney (A2, B4), Bob Dylan (A4), Lee Pockriss (A6), Paul Vance (A6), Beau Charles (A7), Buddy Randell (A7), Lew DeWitt (B2), Miriam Eddy (B3), Bennie Benjamin (B6), Sol Marcus (B6)

     

    1LP, gatefold jacket with a 20 page booklet

    Limited to 1,000 numbered copies

    Original analog Master tape : YES

    Heavy Press : 180g

    Record color : Black

    Speed : 33RPM

    Size : 12'’

    Stereo

    Studio

    Record Press : RTI

    Label : Light in The Attic

    Original label : Reprise Records

    Engineered by Eddie Brackett

    Produced by Lee Hazlewood

    Remastered by John Baldwin

    Originally released in March 1966

    Reissued in October 2022

     

    Tracks :

     Side A:

    1. As Tears Go By
    2. Day Tripper
    3. I Move Around
    4. It Ain't Me Babe
    5. These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
    6. In My Room
    7. Lies

    Side B:

    1. So Long, Babe
    2. Flowers On The Wall
    3. If He'd Love Me
    4. Run For Your Life
    5. The City Never Sleeps (Bonus Track)
    6. For Some (Bonus Track)


              Reviews:

              “A prime piece of '60s kitsch -- do seek out the priceless circa 1966 promo video, complete with dozens of boot-clad dancing girls doing the frug in unison -- Nancy Sinatra's "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" is best enjoyed on a shallow level. Certainly that's how Sinatra herself seems to feel about the song, even as she poses in knee-high boots at every opportunity: she's made more than a few mildly disparaging comments about the song itself over the years. And yet while there's something to be said for the fact that if the gender roles were reversed, as songwriter/producer Lee Hazlewood originally intended, many would consider the song horribly misogynistic, Sinatra treats the lyrics with such a tossed-off sense of detachment that it's impossible to treat them at all seriously. So what one is left with is that simultaneously corny and wicked-cool descending bass riff, the prominent percussion and mariachi trumpets, and Sinatra's own purring vocals, and that's enough to make it at the very least a guilty pleasure (for those who believe in such things) and a shining example of a mid-'60s novelty gem.” AllMusic Review by Stewart Mason

              “Unexceptional debut album built around "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" and covers of contemporary rock and pop hits, with a couple of other Lee Hazlewood songs.” AllMusic Review by Richie Unterberger


              Ratings:

              AllMusic : 3 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.8 / 5

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