Archival record label Light in the Attic has announced a year-long reissue campaign to honor Nancy Sinatra, who recently turned 80. The campaign will include reissues of studio albums and archival releasees on vinyl, CD, and digital formats.
Today, Light in the Attic has announced Nancy Sinatra: Start Walkin’ 1965-1976, a definitive compilation of Sinatra’s solo work as well as her iconic recordings with Lee Hazelwood. It will also include interviews, liner notes (penned by The New Yorker writer and Pitchfork contributor Amanda Petrusich), and more. The compilation is available on all formats February 5. Listen to the first single from the collection, Sinatra’s 1976 cover of “(L’été Indien) Indian Summer,” below.
The songs on Start Walkin’ have been remastered from the original analog tapes by engineer John Baldwin. In addition to Petrusich’s liner notes, the vinyl edition includes new interviews with Sinatra, a 24-page booklet, and more. Colored vinyl options are available in addition to standard black.
Revisit Pitchfork’s list “The 200 Best Albums of the 1960s,” which features Sinatra and Hazelwood’s first collaborative LP Nancy & Lee.
Nancy Sinatra: Start Walkin’ 1965-1976:
01 Bang Bang
02 These Boots Are Made for Walkin’
03 Sugar Town
04 So Long Babe
05 How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?
06 Friday’s Child
07 You Only Live Twice
01 Summer Wine
02 Some Velvet Morning
03 Lightning’s Girl
05 Lady Bird
03 How Are Things in California
04 Hook and Ladder
05 Hello L.A., Bye Bye Birmingham
06 Paris Summer
01 Arkansas Coal.
02 Down From Dover
03 Kind Of A Woman
04 Machine Gun Kelly
05 (L’été Indien) Indian Summer