Originally released on Reprise (6207). Includes liner notes by Nancy Sinatra.
Personnel: Nancy Sinatra (vocals); Frank Sinatra, Lee Hazlewood (vocals).
Named after the follow-up to her epochal ode to leather-heeled female strong-mindedness "These Boots Are Made for Walking," Nancy Sinatra's follow-up album cemented her image as a tough babe icon. It also follows more or less the same formula as its predecessor.
Sinatra purrs her way through a bunch of Lee Hazlewood songs, most notably "Sand" and the fuzztone-drenched proto-metal "Lightning's Girl," along with some covers of contemporary hits including Cher's "Bang, Bang," performed as a sort of beatnik poetry reading against a backdrop of a solo guitar. As a bonus, this remastered edition also includes "Feelin' Kinda Sunday," a lesser-known duet with father Frank that just might be the great lost Spanky And Our Gang single.