Start Walkin' 1965–1976

Nancy Sinatra - Start Walkin' 1965–1976
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Based on 14 ratings
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February 5, 2021 / Release Date
Compilation / Format
Light in the Attic / Label
Pop / Genres
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I don't review or score what are basically "best of" albums, but I have to make the acceptation here. As a HUGE fan of Nancy (and of course Lee), this is a great starting point for people who don't think they know who Nancy is. But of course you do... because who doesn't know "These Boots Are Made For Walkin"? Well she has lots of other excellent tunes too, many of which are found on here.

ALL of Nancy's 60's output is solid, with "Country, My Way" and "Nancy ... read more
Being Frank Sinatra's daughter was only the beginning of this beautiful fairytale, while the rest of the story belongs to some velvet morning.
I've never really jumped into Nancy Sinatra's catalog until I decided to check this out. I'm sure a lot of people are familiar with classics like Bang Bang, These Boots Are Made For Walkin' or Summer Wine but this compilation made me realize she has some other great tracks that deserve praise (like Arkansas Coal (Suite) which trully caught me off guard).

Nancy always made some snobs ignore her work due to the fact that her father and Lee Hazlewood were major factors in her successful music ... read more
Let's see. Doesn't write her own music. It's hyped production music. Zero creativity. Tolerable, but produced singing voice
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Added on: February 10, 2021