Nancy gets unfairly scorned for her wispy voice and easy-listening arrangements, but imagine if she were a twentysomething just coming on the scene. She'd have instant kitsch caché. She does what she does very well, in the manner of all great song stylists: idiosyncratic, evocative, unique. She does better on ballads and midtempo -- at a faster pace she can sound brassy and the arrangements are corny and overdone. Some favorites: Something (sounds as if it were written for her), Kind of a Woman, Kinky Love, California Dreamin', Call Me, Here in the Palm of Your Hand.