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01. Sweet Georgia Brown (Bernie, Pinkard, Casey) - 3:56
02. Vagabond Shoes (Gallop, Saxon) - 1:59
03. Oh! You Beautiful Doll (Ayer, Brown) - 2:48
04. Hard Hearted Hannah (Yellen, Ager, Bigelow, Bates) - 3:31
05. All By Myself (Berlin) - 3:00
06. Coastin' (Hazlewood) - 2:41
07. Mama Goes Where Papa Goes (Ager, Yellen) - 2:30
08. Let's Fall In Love (Koehler, Arlen) - 3:34						play
09. What'll I Do (Berlin) - 2:55
10. Limehouse Blues (Furber, Braham) - 2:57
11. Sugar Town (Hazlewood) - 2:22									play
12. Button Up Your Overcoat (DeSylva, Brown, Henderson) - 2:21
13. My Buddy (Kahn, Donaldson) - 2:57
Bonuses:
14. Love Eyes (single) (Hazlewood) - 2:34	
15. Something Stupid (single) (C.Carson Parks) - 2:38

Personnel:
- Nancy Sinatra - vocals
- Frank Sinatra - vocals (15)
– Al Casey, Glen Campbell, Donnie Owens, James Burton, Bobby Gibbons, Howard Roberts, Jimmy Helms - guitars
- Billy Strange - guitar solo (05), arranger, conductor
- Oli Mitchell, Roy Caton, Bud Brisbois, Howard Katz, Virgil Evans - trumpets
- Bobby Knight, Dick Hyde, Hoyt Bohannon, Lew McCreary - trombones
- Hal Blaine, James Gordon - drums
- Joe Porcaro - percussion
- Don Randi, Larry Knechtel - piano
- Chuck Berghofer, Cliff Hils - acoustic bass
- Carol Kaye, Larry Knechtel - electric bass

 

This album--one of four (!) Sinatra released in 1966, a time when pop stars apparently had a more serious work ethic--was something of a departure for the chanteuse. Unlike her previous efforts, which were a mix of songs by producer/Svengali Lee Hazlewood and covers of pop hits of the day, this one featured only three Hazlewood compositions, including the LSD anthem "Sugartown," along with lots of old-timey pre-rock standards. These include a couple--"All By Myself" and "What'll I Do," by Irving Berlin.

Sinatra seems every bit the sex kitten as usual in this repertoire (don't even think about the back cover, which features her posed in pink bikini and go-go boots). As a bonus, this remastered CD includes her duet with father Frank, "Something Stupid," also a 1966 hit. ---cduniverse.com

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