Nancy & Lee

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Nancy & Lee
Nancy lee album cover.jpg
Studio album by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood
Released March 1968
Recorded April-December 1967
Genre Folk, Country music
Length 35:36
Label Reprise
Producer Lee Hazlewood

Nancy & Lee is a collaboration album by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood. It was produced in 1968 by Reprise Records.[1] Billy Strange was responsible for the arrangements and conducting. The cover concept and photography was by Ron Joy. The album was rated the 87th best album of the 1960s by Pitchfork.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Lee Hazlewood; except where indicated

  1. "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" (Phil Spector, Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil) - 3:23
  2. "Elusive Dreams" (Billy Sherrill, Curly Putman) - 3:12
  3. "Greenwich Village Folk Song Salesman" (Tom T. Hall) - 2:35
  4. "Summer Wine" - 3:39
  5. "Storybook Children" (Billy Vera, Chip Taylor) - 3:10
  6. "Sundown, Sundown" - 2:35
  7. "Jackson" (Billy Edd Wheeler, Jerry Leiber [as Gaby Rodgers]) - 2:46
  8. "Some Velvet Morning" - 3:45
  9. "Sand" - 3:41
  10. "Lady Bird" - 3:00
  11. "I've Been Down So Long (It Looks Like Up To Me)" - 2:49

A second LP, Nancy & Lee - Did You Ever?, was released in 1971 by RCA Records in Britain. It came out in America (re-titled Nancy & Lee - Again, and with the tracks re-ordered) the following year. [3]