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Nancy Sinatra

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Blind Date: Stevie Winwood

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 15 January 1966

CILLA BLACK: 'Love's Just A Broken Heart' (Parlophone). It's Cilia — she's great, but this is one of those things that need a second listen. ...

Nancy — 'Why I'd Like To Give Up Singing'

Interview by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 5 February 1966

AN EXCITED Nancy Sinatra talked animatedly on the long distance phone from America. I'd phoned to offer congratulations on the sudden, but massive, success of ...

Nancy Sinatra No. 1

Interview by Ivor Davis, Daily Express, 8 February 1966


AWFUL For A Boy, JOKE For A Girl — That's The Argument Nancy Sinatra Used To Wax 'Boots' Hit

Interview by Ann Moses, New Musical Express, 11 February 1966

HER BOOTS may have been made for walkin'! But Nancy Sinatra's 'Boots' also jumped, ran and scrambled up the pop charts in both America and ...

Nancy Sinatra

Report and Interview by uncredited writer, KRLA Beat, 26 March 1966

HOLLYWOOD, (U.P.I.) — Dark-haired Nancy Sinatra is riding the record crest with her 'These Boots Are Made For Walkin'', which just won a gold record ...

Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood: Love

Interview by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 30 April 1966

'Everything about Nancy and her Mother is love, love, love' says 'Boots' writer Lee Hazelwood ...

Nancy Sinatra: Boots! Boots! Boots!

Report and Interview by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 30 April 1966

NANCY SINATRA, newly-famous daughter of a famous father, descended on Britain last week in the biggest blaze of publicity since the third of the Beatles ...

New singles from the Beatles, Small Faces, Percy Sledge et al

Review by Penny Valentine, Disc and Music Echo, 6 August 1966


The Beatles, Small Faces et al: New Singles

Review by Peter Jones, Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 6 August 1966

Wonderful new Beatles, and 2 versions of America's 'Napoleon' hit. Very good Small Faces & old Righteous Bros & Ike and Tina. Slower Nancy and ...

Paul drops in at a Beach Boys recording session

Report by Derek Taylor, Disc and Music Echo, 22 April 1967

DEREK TAYLOR reporting from Hollywood on a meeting of the giants ...

Nancy Sinatra: The Girl Beneath the Brassy Image

Interview by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 25 April 1967


Nancy Sinatra: Nancy Sets The Record Straight About Frank

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 20 May 1967

"I had to drag dad bodily into the studios to record 'Stupid'." ...

Nancy Sinatra: Nancy talks on the transatlantic phone to Alan Smith about... Little-Boy Elvis!

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 26 August 1967

"ELVIS," SAID Nancy Sinatra, as she drew back the curtains and looked out at the sun shining down on Los Angeles, "is at once a ...

Albums from Van Dyke Parks, Nancy Sinatra and Country Joe & the Fish

Review by uncredited writer, KRLA Beat, 13 January 1968

SONG CYCLE (Warner Bros-7 Arts) Van Dyke Parks. 'Vine Street', 'The All Golden', 'Pot Pourri' plus eight other tracks. ...

Lee Hazlewood — America's Million Seller Who Once Quit Because Of The Beatles

Profile by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 30 March 1968

LEE HAZLEWOOD is the 38-year-old one-man army and musical talent who turned Nancy Sinatra into one of the world's most popular recording artistes — and ...

Albums from Nancy Sinatra, Etta James et al

Review by Peter Jones, Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 11 May 1968

ETTA JAMES Tell Mama — 'Tell Mama'; 'I'd Rather Go Blind'; 'The Love Of My Man'; 'I'm Gonna Take What He's Got'; 'The Same Rope'; ...

Flag-Waving Nancy Sinatra Admits Chemistry Between Elvis And Me Is Great!

Interview by Ann Moses, New Musical Express, 1 June 1968

NANCY SINATRA is a flag, waver and you know it the minute you walk into her brand new Boots Enterprises office above the Sunset Strip. ...

Nancy Sinatra, The Osmonds: Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas NV

Live Review by Ann Moses, New Musical Express, 22 August 1970

FRANK SINATRA played host to 500 members of the Press to celebrate the fourth anniversary of Caesar's Palace and his daughter Nancy's opening. ...

Lee Hazlewood: We Only Record For The Fun Of It

Interview by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, 18 September 1971

THREE YEARS ago, Lee Hazlewood tired of writing and producing Nancy Sinatra – split to Stockholme to carry on his interest in film work – ...

Nancy Sinatra: Walkin' Again

Interview by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 6 May 1995

IF YOU KNOW one thing about Nancy Sinatra, it's her signature song — and may we suggest it's one of The Signature Songs of All ...

Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood: The Limelight, New York NY

Live Review by Cathi Unsworth, Melody Maker, 24 June 1995

HOW DOES this grab you, darling? Nancy Sinatra, in her infamous black leather boots and a perfect blonde bouffant, centre stage for the first time ...

The Very Special World of Lee Hazlewood

Interview by Kieron Tyler, Record Collector, February 2000

He sings, produces, writes and arranges, and had no. 1 hits with Nancy Sinatra. Kieron Tyler meets the legendary genre-straddling icon. ...

Nancy Sinatra: An Interview

Interview by Ken Scrudato, Filter, October 2004

SOME VELVET MORNING (or evening, perhaps) back in 1940, a child was born of a very, very famous father. SHE was doubtless a vision of ...

Nancy Sinatra: Nancy Sinatra (Sanctuary)

Review by Jude Rogers, The Word, November 2004

Nancy Sinatra: our seasoned muse comes good, courtesy of Morrissey, Cocker and Bono ...

Nancy Sinatra: Nancy Sinatra

Review by James Hunter, The Village Voice, 21 December 2004

THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS ago on a huge #1, Nancy Sinatra made her suede-toned warning that 'These Boots Are Made for Walkin'.' For the piano finale of ...

Nancy Sinatra: Her Boots Are Walkin' On Back

Profile and Interview by Robert Sandall, The Sunday Times, 12 March 2006

Ol' Blue Eyes' daughter, Nancy Sinatra, is mixing with the cool crowd now, says Robert Sandall ...

Lee Hazlewood: The wayward guru of cowboy psychedelia

Retrospective by Dorian Lynskey, The Guardian, 28 November 2013

Best known for reviving Nancy Sinatra's career with 'These Boots Are Made for Walkin'', Lee Hazlewood was a highly unorthodox record producer. An epic box ...

see also Lee Hazlewood


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