Boots is the debut studio album by Nancy Sinatra, released on Reprise Records in 1966. Arranged and conducted by Billy Strange, the album was produced by Lee Hazlewood. It peaked at number 5 on the Billboard 200 chart. It includes "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'", which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart and the UK Singles Chart. Boots at MusicBrainz (list of releases).
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More albums from Lee Hazlewood: Friday’s Child by Lee Hazlewood. For Every Solution There’s A Problem by Lee Hazlewood. Lee Hazlewoodism – It’s Cause And Cure by Lee Hazlewood. s (No. er. mportan. eople) by Lee Hazlewood. Lee Hazlewood Presents The 98% American Mom & Apple Pie 1929 Crash Band by Lee Hazlewood. Trouble Is A Lonesome Town by Lee Hazlewood. Forty by Lee Hazlewood. Gypsies & Indians by Lee Hazlewood. View all albums . 13.
The actual album is a blindingly rusty gait through parched weariness and dusted reverie. It's not the natural sound of Death Valley or Utah, but rather, a false portrait by people who wished it was, which makes it even more melancholy and charismatic. Between the shuffling and galloping are the astonishingly doomed harmonies, McGuinn and Parson's hypnotic and enthusiastic vocals, and countless miles of Lloyd Green's pedal steel.
Lee Hazlewood (Barton Lee Hazlewood, Mannford, Oklahoma, July 9, 1929 – Henderson, Nevada, August 4, 2007) was an American country and pop singer, songwriter, and record producer, most widely known for his work with guitarist Duane Eddy during the late fifties and singer Nancy Sinatra in the sixties. Hazlewood had a distinctive baritone voice that added an ominous resonance to his music.
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|A2||Fare Thee Well, My Own True Love|
|B1||Would You Remember My Name ?|
|B2||Rider In The Blue|
|B3||Come All You Fair And Tender Ladies|
|B5||Auld Lang Zyne|
- Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Guitar, Dulcimer – Grace Sisson Griffith*
- Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Piano, Guitar – Susan Graham White
NotesDavid Griffith: electric & slide guitar.
Stanley Raby: electric bass.
Larry Kramer: drums.
Bob Freeman: fiddle.Michael Walters: chorus vocal on "Auld Lang Zyne".
Charlie Hardman: recording engineer.
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