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Nancy & Lee

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You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
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Elusive Dreams
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Greenwich Village Folk Song Salesman
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Summer Wine
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Storybook Children
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Sundown, Sundown
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Jackson
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Some Velvet Morning
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Sand
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Lady Bird
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I've Been Down So Long (It Looks Like Up To Me)
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 35:36

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Nancy & Lee

djmooney

Greenwich Village Folk Song Salesman track not available? Why bother to put the album on here if its not complete - like selling a book with one of the middle chapters missing. Disappointing.

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" Some Velvet Morning"

Stewgotts

Cactus thorns in my bare ass, riding horses on the beach at Malibu naked, spewing peyote buttons like a cannon shot.Yeah this take me right back there.

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Some Velvet Morning

eMusicMiner

Strange and beautiful - yes, strangely beautiful! After hearing snippets of this off and on for the last ten years on late night radio, I just recently (like last week) found out who did this song. I was a little surprised to find out it was Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood! I thought for sure it would be some obscure underground 60's band. But, yeah ... TEN years it took me to figure out this song and now - here it is! Yay!

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the truest emo?

Batman

C'mon.

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the truest emo

KittyCatastrophe

These are some of the darkest pieces of pop out there. Hazlewood is the original emo-rocker, if you only download two get "some velvet morning" and "summer wine".

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Wacked out Pulp Fiction

lawton

This seems like it should have wound up playing on the soundtrack to PF. Dig it? I dunno... so weird, man.

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Great Old Songs

tonka

fantastic old album with original recordings. I had this on record and it was worn out by constant playing. Lee and Nancy's version of Jackson is a classic.

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half and half

eskimogoodkid

Songs like Some Velvet Morning, Sand, and Summer Wine are all amazing tracks!! but the rest is a kind of hokey country style that reminds me of Oklahoma playing on my grandmothers record player. Get those three and you are on your way to getting a little closer to the flowers of evil.

They Say All Music Guide

Lee’s first duet album with Nancy Sinatra is a classic of ’60s pop. He plays the leering, deep-throated, trail-worn cowboy to her bright-eyed girl-child, and the match on songs like “Summer Wine,” “Sand,” “Jackson,” and “Some Velvet Morning” is a smart, sexy, lip-smacking bowl of mind candy. – Kurt Wolff