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Nancy Sinatra - Complete Interview / Open-Ended Interview album mp3

Performer: Nancy Sinatra
Title: Complete Interview / Open-Ended Interview
Released: 1967
Style: Interview, Promotional
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 624
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An open-ended interview is a way of gathering information from people. An interviewer asks questions of a participant, who then answers those questions. The interview is considered open-ended because even though the questions can be scripted, the interviewer usually doesn't know what the contents of the response will be. These interviews may have some questions to gather basic factual data on participants such as age and gender, but usually they focus more on the participant's thoughts, feelings, experiences, knowledge, skills, ideas and preferences. Open-ended interviews are.

Nancy Sinatra is a studio album by Nancy Sinatra, released on Attack Records in 2004. It peaked at number 94 on the UK Albums Chart.

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In a 2009 interview with Will Hodgkinson for Sky Arts’ Songbook series, Hammond recalled meeting Hal David and how he had initially underestimated Hal’s lyrics for 99 Miles. I thought I was having a baby! I had stomach ache. Nancy’s collaborations with arranger, guitarist, producer, music publishing partner and dear friend Billy Strange spanned five decades. In an interview conducted a few years before his passing in 2012, Billy reminisced about his work with Nancy and Bang Bang in particular. Nancy Sinatra gave me this instrument. This is the guitar I did ‘Bang Bang’ with. I got on an airplane to fly to.

Records like Nancy Sinatra, which take a pop icon, surround her with current admirers for collaborators, and hope for a sound both modern and classic, are quite often disasters and almost never live up to even the most grudging of high hopes. Well, thanks to this (and Loretta Lynn's Van Lear Rose), you can toss that theory out the window, because Nancy Sinatra is a resounding success. Sinatra was never a great singer; she got by on her boots, Lee Hazlewood's songs, and Frank. Believe it or not, her vocals are one of the strong points here.

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Nancy Sinatra recalled in the documentary The Wrecking Crew that Lee Hazlewood was going to record the song himself, but she talked him out of it. Said Sinatra, "When a guy sings it, the song sounds harsh and abusive, but it's perfect for a little girl. Hazlewood had a long and distinctive career as a songwriter, producer and performer. He did a series of duets with Nancy Sinatra in the mid-'60s where he often had her play up the sexuality of the songs  . In a Blender magazine interview, he said he was in a Texas bar when some patrons started razzing an older guy about his younger girlfriend and how she controlled him. The man responded by putting his feet on a barstool and saying, "I know what you think - that she might be the boss.

In an interview with The Guardian, Sinatra recalled that her family "had a lovely little house there, but you could get to the windows from the street-once people knew he lived there, they would come to get a glimpse, which worried my mother because I was a tiny little toddler, and she didn't want anybody stealing me from the front yard. In 2003 Sinatra partnered with Hazlewood to record the album Nancy & Lee 3, in which was released only outside of the United States. The next year the disc Nancy Sinatra debuted. For her accomplished decades-long career, Sinatra received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2006.

Tracklist

A Complete Interview 2:20
B Open-Ended Interview 2:20

Notes

"Famous American Stars" Series — NBC Special
Includes 2-page typewritten transcription of open/close cues
Promotional interview for radio broadcast

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code (A & B side labels): 12-67USA
  • Matrix / Runout (A side etched): 1036-DS
  • Matrix / Runout (B side etched): 1037-DS
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