NANCY SINATRA & LEE HAZLEWOOD-SUMMER WINE
NANCY SINATRA & LEE HAZLEWOOD-SUMMER WINE
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Nancy Sinatra is the daughter of the singer Frank Sinatra and his first wife Nancy Barbato. Her career in the music business began in the early 1960s when she signed with her father's record company, Reprise Records. Her first single in the US was released in 1961 with the title Cuff Links and a Tie Clip. Almost half a dozen singles followed, all of which flopped on the American market. She had better luck in Italy in 1962, for example, where the single Like I Do reached number 2 in the charts. In her homeland, the tide did not turn until 1965. The acquaintance of the singer-songwriter Lee Hazlewood, who had previously recorded his own records relatively unsuccessfully and wrote the hit Houston for Dean Martin, gave Sinatra's career the decisive turn. He also produced the single So Long, Babe, which landed at number 86 on the US charts in 1965, making it her first notable success
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Duration: 04:56
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Nancy Sinatra is the daughter of the singer Frank Sinatra and his first wife Nancy Barbato. Her career in the music business began in the early 1960s when she signed with her father's record company, Reprise Records. Her first single in the US was released in 1961 with the title Cuff Links and a Tie Clip. Almost half a dozen singles followed, all of which flopped on the American market. She had better luck in Italy in 1962, for example, where the single Like I Do reached number 2 in the charts. In her homeland, the tide did not turn until 1965. The acquaintance of the singer-songwriter Lee Hazlewood, who had previously recorded his own records relatively unsuccessfully and wrote the hit Houston for Dean Martin, gave Sinatra's career the decisive turn. He also produced the single So Long, Babe, which landed at number 86 on the US charts in 1965, making it her first notable success
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