Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)
Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)

Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2LP)

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COMPILATION

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

Vocals – Dolores Edgin (C1), Hurshel Wiginton (C1), Josef Babcock (C1), Ricky Page (C1), John Bahler (C4), Tom Bahler (C4)

Electric Banjo – Buck Trent (C1)

Bass – Junior Husky (C1)

Drums – Buddy Harmon (C1)

Fiddle – Gordon "The Mule" Terry (C1)

Harmonica – Charlie McCoy (C1)

Lead Guitar – Billy Strange (C1)

Pedal Steel Guitar – Buddy Emmons (C1)

Piano – David Briggs (C1)

Rhythm Guitar – Chip Young (C1), Wayne Moss (C1)

Mandolin – Ry Cooder (C4)  [click here to see more vinyl featuring Ry Cooder]

Accordion – Nick Decaro (C4)

Bass – Chris Ethridge (C4)

Drums – Russ Kunkel (C4)

Guitar – Clarence White (C4), John Pilla (C4)

The Wrecking Crew (A1-7, B2-5, C2-3, C5-D4)

  • Bass – Ray Pohlman
  • Bells – Curry Tjader
  • Brass Woodwind – Arthur Maebe, Bob Enevoldsen, Warren Webb, Charles Findley, Richard Hyde, Richard Noel, Don Rader, Gene Deurmeier, Henry Sigismonti, Jim Horn, John Audino, Joseph Saxon, Joseph Skufca, Lew McCreary, Oliver Mitchell, Plas Johnson, Richard Leith, Richard Nash (10), Richard Perissi, Roy Caton, Tom Scott, Anthony Terran, Vincent Derosa, Virgil Evans
  • Drums – Hal Blaine, Jerry Williams, Jim Gordon, John Guerin, Norman Jeffries
  • Electric Bass – Carol Kaye, Lyle Ritz
  • Electric Upright Bass – Chuck Berghofer, Donald Bagley
  • Guitar – Al Casey , Bill Pitman, Billy Strange, Chuck Collazzi, David Cohen, Donnie "Dirt" Lanier, Donnie Owens, Glen Campbell, James Burton, Jerry Cole, Larry Carlton, Lou Morell, Mike Deasy, Nick Bonney, Sonny Curtis (5), Tommy Tedesco
  • Keyboards – Clare Fischer, Don Randi, Larry Knechtel
  • Pedal Steel Guitar – Buddy Emmons, Orville "Red" Rhodes
  • Percussion – Alan Estes, Emil Richards, Frank Capp, Gary Coleman, Gene Estes, Jerry Williams, Julius Wechter, Milt Holland
  • Strings – Ambrose Russo, Anne Goodman, Anthony Zungold, Armand Kaproff, Arnold Belnick, Assa Drori, Bernard Kundell, Carl LaMagna, David Burk, David Filerman, Dick Hyde, Edgar Lustgarten (2), Emmet Sargeant, Frederick Seykkora, Harold Ayres, Harold Bemko, Harry Bluestone, Henry Ferber, Ignace Speiser, Igor Horoshevsky, Israel Baker, James Getzoff, Jan Kelley, Jeffrey Solow, Jerry Kessler, Jerome Reisler, Jesse Ehrlich, John DeVoogdt, Joseph DiTullio, Leonard Malarsky, Lou Klass, Nathan Gershman, Nathan Ross, Paul Bergstrom, Paulo Alencar, Ralph Schaeffer, Ray Kelley, Robert Sushel, Shari Zippert, Sid Sharp, Stanley Plummer, Tibor Zelig, Wilbert Nuttycombe, William Hinshaw, William Kurasch, William Weiss
  • Timbales – Norman Jeffries
  • Trumpet – Charles Findley
  • Vibraphone – Curry Tjader

 

2LP, gatefold jacket with a 24 page booklet

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 : Light in The Attic

Engineered by Eddie Brackett (A1-B5, C2-D2), Jim Malloy (C1), Richie Schmitt (D3),

Compilation produced by Hunter Lea, Matt Sullivan, Ryan Wilson

Remastered by John Baldwin

Released in February 2021

 

Tracks :

Side A:

  1. Bang Bang
  2. These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
  3. Sugar Town
  4. So Long Babe
  5. How Does That Grab You, Darlin'?
  6. Friday's Child
  7. You Only Live Twice

Side B:

  1. Summer Wine
  2. Some Velvet Morning
  3. Lightning's Girl
  4. Sand
  5. Lady Bird

Side C:

  1. Jackson
  2. Happy
  3. How Are Things In California?
  4. Hook And Ladder
  5. Hello L.A., Bye-Bye Birmingham
  6. Paris Summer

Side D:

  1. Arkansas Coal (Suite)
  2. Down From Dover
  3. Kind Of A Woman
  4. Machine Gun Kelly
  5. (L'été Indien) Indian Summer


        Reviews :

        “The subtitle of Start Walkin' 1965-1976 is a bit misleading, suggesting that this Light in the Attic compilation treats every year in that ensuing decade with an even hand. Most of the 23 tracks on this 2021 collection derive from Nancy Sinatra's mid-'60s picks, with many of these being collaborations with Lee Hazlewood. Nine of the cuts bear Hazlewood's credit as a co-performer and over half of the compilation consists of sides produced by Lee himself. This is fairly standard fare for a Nancy Sinatra collection, as they usually focus on her glory years of 1966 -- the year that opened with "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" on the rise -- and 1967, which closed with her last Top 40 hit, "Some Velvet Morning." What sets Start Walkin' 1965-1976 apart from earlier comps from Rhino and Raven is that it's not strictly a hits collection. "Somethin' Stupid," her number one duet with father Frank, is absent, as are such mid-range charting singles as "Love Eyes." Instead, Start Walkin' 1965-1976 focuses on the stranger numbers within Sinatra's catalog -- hazy, symphonic psych-pop written and produced by Hazlewood. In this context, the closing coda of oddities from the '70s -- the Lenny Waronker-produced "Hook and Ladder," the Mac Davis co-write "Hello L.A., Bye Bye Birmingham" -- also feel like remnants of Hollywood's weirdest era, and they help make for a convincing portrait of Nancy Sinatra as an idiosyncratic artist happily working within the confines of L.A.'s lushest studios.” AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine


        Ratings:

        AllMusic : 4.5 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.71 / 5

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