Friday, December 14, 2012
"Nancy Sinatra-Sugar-1966 US":
This album (originally released on Reprise -6239), is one of four Sinatra released in 1966, a time when pop stars apparently had a more serious work ethic, was something of a departure for the chanteuse.
Unlike her previous efforts, which were a mix of songs by producer Lee Hazlewood and covers of pop hits of the day, this one featured only three Hazlewood compositions, including "Sugartown," along with lots of old-timey pre-rock standards. These include a couple "All By Myself" and "What'll I Do," by Irving Berlin.
-by dj fanis: here