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Nancy Sinatra

Keep Walkin’ : Singles, Demos & Rarities 1965 - 1978

limited remastered "highway song edition" yellow 2lp in gatefold sleeve w/ 24pp book - £54.99 | Buy
A sumptuous collection which includes tracks that have never made it onto vinyl before - a must if you've enjoyed her collaborations with Lee Hazlewood.
Nancy Sinatra

Boots (2022 reissue)

very limited uk indies exclusive clear red with metallic silver lp (500 only) - 1 per customer - £31.99 | Buy
“Dumb stuff, as Lee used to call it; Dumb doesn’t mean stupid, It means human and understandable".
Nancy Sinatra

Start Walkin' 1965-1976 (2021 repress)

limited 2lp - 1 per customer - £39.99 | Buy
Definitive compilation spans solo recordings, rarities and duets with Lee Hazlewood.
Nancy Sinatra

Boots (2021 reissue)

cd - £15.99
Nancy didn’t blink twice when offered the chance to clamber into the boots of Bob Dylan, The Statler Brothers, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Lee Ha...
how does that grab you?
  1. Not the Lovin’ Kind
  2. The Shadow of Your Smile
  3. Sorry ’Bout That
  4. Time
  5. Sand
  6. Crying Time
  7. My Baby Cried All Night Long
  8. Let It Be Me
  9. Call Me
  10. How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?
  11. Bang, Bang
  12. The Last Of The Secret Agents? (non-album b-side)
  13. If Things Don’t Start Picking Up (session outtake)

Nancy Sinatra

how does that grab you?

light in the attic
  • remastered cd with 2 bonus tracks + booklet

    Released: 3rd May 2024

    £18.99
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Nancy's 1966 sophomore album, featuring the hits “Bang, Bang,” “Sand” and “How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?”.

The audio has been freshly remastered from the original analog tapes by Grammy -nominated engineer John Baldwin. Also includes two bonus tracks: “The Last Of The Secret Agents?” and previously unreleased “If Things Don’t Start Picking Up”. Less than two weeks after “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’” made it to the top of the charts, Nancy was back in the studio working on the follow-up. With a newfound confidence and a fresh batch of songs, How Does That Grab You? is a snapshot that captures the fun, creativity, and genius of an artist embracing her moment. The album includes the sparse masterpiece “Bang, Bang,” the Boots-esque “How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?” and Nancy & Lee Hazlewood’s very first duet, the proto-psychedelic “Sand.”