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Nancy Sinatra Reissue Campaign via Light In The Attic [Coming 2021]

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by FJFP, Oct 8, 2020.

  1. Galley

    Galley Forum Resident

    FYI, the 24/44.1 download is only $6.99 on Qobuz for Sublime+ members.
     
  2. cwitt1980

    cwitt1980 Senior Member

    Location:
    Carbondale, IL USA
    Nice picture quality. Too bad someone synced stereo songs in. I understand some like that but I prefer when they just use the actual music that was on the tape in the first place.
     
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  3. lv70smusic

    lv70smusic Senior Member

    Location:
    San Francisco, CA
    I prefer a stereo sync when the original audio is just distorted mono of the original record that was lip synced for the show. If the performance on the original tape is actually a performance unique to that appearance, I definitely wouldn't want that replaced with a new sync to the original record.
     
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  4. Porkpie

    Porkpie Forum Resident

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  5. FJFP

    FJFP Host for the 'Mixology' Mix Differences Podcast Thread Starter

    I like when both are an option. The stereo makes for a nicer watch, but the original is great for a ‘trip back’.
     
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  6. Bob F

    Bob F Senior Member

  7. cwitt1980

    cwitt1980 Senior Member

    Location:
    Carbondale, IL USA
    I did watch a good chunk of this and thought they did a great job. I'm usually more bothered how syncs won't actually match up to the video. This one was done very well.
     
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  8. Revolver Bobcat

    Revolver Bobcat Active Member

    Location:
    Netherlands
    To have correct information at our local radio station, I'm looking for the years of first—single or album—release (or recording date in case of tracks from "the vault", like Machine Gun Kelly) of these songs. This is what I have come up with. Is this correct?

    01. Bang Bang - 1966
    02. These Boots Are Made For Walkin' - 1965
    03. Sugar Town - 1966
    04. So Long, Babe - 1965
    05. How Does That Grab You, Darlin'? - 1966
    06. Friday's Child - 1966
    07. You Only Live Twice - 1967
    08. Summer Wine (feat. Lee Hazlewood) - 1966
    09. Some Velvet Morning (feat. Lee Hazlewood) - 1967
    10. Lightning's Girl - 1967
    11. Sand (feat. Lee Hazlewood) - 1966
    12. Lady Bird (feat. Lee Hazlewood) - 1967
    13. Jackson (feat. Lee Hazlewood) - 1967
    14. Happy - 1968
    15. How Are Things In California? - 1970
    16. Hook And Ladder - 1971
    17. Hello L.A., Bye Bye Birmingham - 1970
    18. Paris Summer (feat. Lee Hazlewood) - 1971
    19. Arkansas Coal (Suite) (feat. Lee Hazlewood) - 1971
    20. Down From Dover (feat. Lee Hazlewood) - 1971
    21. Kind Of A Woman - 1972
    22. Machine Gun Kelly - 1972
    23. (L'été Indien) Indian Summer (feat. Lee Hazlewood) - 1976
     
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  9. sharedon

    sharedon Forum Zonophone

    Nice cover story and interview with her in new Shindig! #112.
     
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  10. Batears52

    Batears52 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Near Baltimore, MD
    I skimmed thru the Movin' With Nancy special - thanks for posting that! I think maybe my wife & I will watch the whole thing this weekend - it should be fun!

    Despite the fact that all of us probably have "Somethin' Stupid" more than once in our collections, I'm just a little surprised that it wasn't included on this new compilation - if for no other reason than the fact that Nancy got top-billing on the single.

    I don't believe I have any Nancy Sinatra in my collection - except for a couple of very scratchy 45s. So this realease is great news - now I just have to figure out what I want to order!
     
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  11. Bob F

    Bob F Senior Member

    Nancy Sinatra Songography
     
  12. pghmusiclover

    pghmusiclover Forum Resident

    Personally I’m happy the duet with her dad wasn’t included here. I am glad they included a few tracks from the underrated second album by Nancy and Lee!
     
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  13. Batears52

    Batears52 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Near Baltimore, MD
    I get ya - and its absence should in no way be a deal breaker for anyone. Like most everyone else here, I'm sure I have the song in my collection several times over. I was just "a little" surprised, mainly because of the original billing on the song.
    The one song I do miss on here is "Love Eyes". Do we know whether there will be any follow-ups - or would you recommend picking up a copy of the Rhino collection also?
     
  14. Philip Gruber

    Philip Gruber Forum Resident

    Location:
    North England
    I like to have the option too though can't accept stereo dubbed soundtracks on black and white material... color, no problem, but black and white, it's mono every time for me. Stereo jars badly with b+w footage to my eyes and ears, so Nancy's special works well in stereo.
     
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  15. rediffusion

    rediffusion Forum Resident

    Was 'Machine Gun Kelly' never originally released in the 70s?
     
  16. Bob F

    Bob F Senior Member

    From the Nancy Sinatra Songography at Sinatra Family Forun:

    The 1972 recording of "Machine Gun Kelly" had been initially used in truncated form over a film montage of hotel and casino marquees in the Nancy & Lee In Las Vegas Swedish documentary/concert TV special. The full-length track was commercially released in 2006 on The Essential Nancy Sinatra CD and included on the 2009 Cherry Smiles digital-only compilation.
     
  17. Record Rotator

    Record Rotator A sentimental fool.

  18. dlemaudit

    dlemaudit Forum Resident

    Location:
    France, Paris area
    great to read that the 2 albums with Lee will be reissued
     
  19. Jelloza

    Jelloza My hard drive is full of vinyl

    Location:
    New York City
  20. pghmusiclover

    pghmusiclover Forum Resident

    That's great news -- but I sure wish they'd include a first-ever vinyl pressing of their third album, which I'm fairly certain was only released in Australia!

    I'm glad they mention the track from the "Woman" album -- I wish they had included another track or two from there (the Kim Carnes-written "Fell In Love With A Poet", or the title track of her 1995 "comeback" album "One More Try", or the dramatic "Flowers").
     
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  21. pghmusiclover

    pghmusiclover Forum Resident

    Wow that's amazing to get such a glowing review from them! I really do wish she and Lana would do something at some point... maybe there's a new album in Nancy's near future?
     
  22. lonelysea

    lonelysea the chlorine in your eyes

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    Remastered from the original analog tapes by GRAMMY®–nominated engineer John Baldwin

    Can’t wait for the re-releases of her proper albums later this year!
     
  23. Boaz

    Boaz Forum Resident

    Location:
    Israel.
    'Some Velvet Morning' gives me the chill... It's so good.
    What is this song about?
    Why is it fading in the end? is there a longer version somewhere? (same on "Summer wine).
     
  24. FJFP

    FJFP Host for the 'Mixology' Mix Differences Podcast Thread Starter

    I don’t think the song truly has any meaning, nor do either have versions without fades sadly. The mono of SVM is a hair longer though!
     
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  25. John22

    John22 Forum Resident

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    Northern Germany
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