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Genre pick of the week Cover of Boots - Reissue by Nancy Sinatra.

Nancy Sinatra

Boots - Reissue

    “Dumb stuff, as Lee used to call it. Dumb doesn’t mean stupid. It means human and understandable. It was the sound of three guitars, drums, and bass. It was simple, very, very simple. I can still see the room, the studio. With Carol Kaye, Glen Campbell, Donnie Owens… I can still see them all sitting there and chunking away. I guess simple was the best way to explain it, uncomplicated.” – Nancy Sinatra.

    Light in the Attic is proud to present the next installment of the Nancy Sinatra Archival Series with a deluxe reissue of Nancy’s first album, Boots.

    The 1966 debut million-selling debut LP, introduced the sassy, blonde, go-go booted icon. Built around her Lee Hazlewood-penned hits, “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’” and “So Long, Babe,” the folk-rock era milestone album features songs by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Hazlewood and more. The catchy and jangly pop hooks performed by the famed Los Angeles session musicians, The Wrecking Crew and Billy Strange’s innovative arrangements provided the perfect sound to help Nancy capture the attention of the world. The new reissue includes two bonus tracks recorded during the album sessions, the non-album b-side “The City Never Sleeps At Night” and the previously unreleased “For Some.”

    Remastered from the original analog tapes by GRAMMY®-nominated engineer John Baldwin, the reissue is complemented by a new Q&A interview with Nancy and GRAMMY®-nominated reissue co-producer Hunter Lea.

    The CD edition is housed in a digipak and features a 28-page booklet, while each vinyl set is presented in an expanded gatefold jacket (featuring a 20-page booklet)


    As Tears Go By
    Day Tripper
    I Move Around
    It Ain't Me Babe
    These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
    In My Room
    So Long
    Flowers On The Wall
    If He'd Love Me
    Run For Your Life
    The City Never Sleeps At Night (Bonus Track)
    For Some (Bonus Track)

    Roger Webb

    Bartleby - Original Soundtrack Recording - Repress

    The unreleased soundtrack from the 1970 film. Black vinyl with a random sprinkling of “office door” clear ones ie randomly packed.

    Oh my God. This is mindblowing. Like Wow. Incredible. Amazing. Breathtaking. Super wow. And wow again. And another wow. Jesus Christ wow. Like bloody hell wow. I really cannot believe it wow. Fuck me wow. Wow wow wow.

    Unreleased until now and super duper wow. Like British pastoral jam with killer drums, bass and percussion. Just dying for some huge hip hop producer to come and piss all over it, in a good way. This record is the hidden monster, the one killer OST no one saw or heard.

    Film is from 1970. Unreleased music is just fucking wow. 


    Side One:
    Bartleby 1
    Bartleby 2
    Bartleby 3
    Bartleby 4
    Bartleby 5
    Bartleby 6

    Side Two:
    Bartleby 7
    Bartleby 8
    Bartleby 9
    Bartleby 10
    Bartleby 11

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