Nancy Sinatra ‎– Movin’ With Nancy

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The “Movin’ with Nancy” album (1967) is actually (as stated on the cover), the soundtrack to her most-definitely-needs-to-be-released-on-home-video Emmy-winning TV special of the same name. Each of the twelve songs demonstrates Nancy’s adaptability to a variety of musical genres. “Who Will Buy” exemplifies her vocal range, “Wait Till You See Him,” all illustrate the softer side of Nancy. Which, in this case, is just as magnificent as her “tough-girl” side. While the novelty “Things” with Dean Martin, the mesmerising and somniferous “Some Velvet Morning” with Lee Hazlewood, the country-flavored “Jackson,” the rousing “Up, Up and Away,” the ’60s power-ballads “This Town,” and “Friday’s Child” each glorify Nancy to heights unimaginable. And while up there, she manages to make us feel the “high” she’s at as well. It’s Nancy at her VERY best!

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