Nancy & Lee*Nancy & Lee

Label:Light In The Attic – LITA 198-1-3
Series:Nancy Sinatra Archival Series – 3
Vinyl, LP, Album, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, Coke Bottle Clear
Genre:Pop, Folk, World, & Country


A1You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
A2Elusive Dreams
A3Greenwich Village Folk Song Salesman
A4Summer Wine
A5Storybook Children
A6Sundown, Sundown
B1Some Velvet Morning
B3Lady Bird
B4I've Been Down So Long (It Looks Like Up To Me)
B5Tired Of Waiting For You
B6Love Is Strange

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B5 and B6 are bonus tracks from the original album's sessions.

U.K. exclusive coke bottle clear (500 copies only).

First ever official reissue of Nancy & Lee’s classic 1968 duet album.

Beautifully packaged and expanded gatefold LP featuring a 20-page booklet.

Light in the Attic Records is proud to present the next instalment of the Nancy Sinatra Archival Series with a deluxe reissue of one of the most beloved duet albums of all time, Nancy & Lee.

Equal parts strong, sultry, and savvy, Nancy Sinatra has long been ahead of her time – both in her choices as an artist and as a business-woman. Unapologetically, she established her own path early-on and paved the way for decades of female artists to come – all while firmly maintaining control over her career, her image, and her music. Nancy Sinatra would change the face of music, fashion and culture.

Originally released in 1968, Nancy & Lee arguably represents the pinnacle of the collaborative efforts of one of pop music’s most unlikely pairings. Featuring lush orchestral arrangements by Billy Strange, and boasting the talents of famed Los Angeles session musicians The Wrecking Crew, the album’s enchanting and enduringly unique musical tableau propelled the album to success and sales of over a million copies worldwide. Few albums have an iconic cover equal in timeless appeal to the music inside, but Nancy & Lee is truly one for the ages..

1. You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling 2. Elusive Dreams 3. Greenwich Village Folk Song Salesman 4. Summer Wine 5. Storybook Children 6. Sundown, Sundown 7. Jackson 8. Some Velvet Morning 9. Sand 10. Lady Bird 11. I’ve Been Down So Long (It Looks Like Up to Me) 12. Tired Of Waiting for You * (bonus track) 13. Love Is Strange * (bonus track)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 8 26853 31983 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 826853319836

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Nancy & Lee (LP, Album, Stereo)Reprise RecordsRS 6273US1968
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Nancy & Lee (LP, Album, Mono)Reprise RecordsRLP 6273UK1968
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Nancy & Lee (LP, Album, Stereo, Flipback Sleeve)Reprise Records, Reprise RecordsRSLP 6273, RLP 6273UK1968
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Nancy & Lee (LP, Album)Reprise Records, Disques VogueRS 6273, CRV. 6085France1968
Nancy & Lee (LP, Album, Stereo)Reprise RecordsRS 6273Canada1968



  • maxal's avatar

    I borrowed this album from the library years ago and loved it then. It was sort of a 'surprise find' - I wouldn't have thought it was my kind of music, but I loved it and that is due to the perfect combination of Nancy and Lee Hazlewood; her clear and pretty voice with Lee's smooth baritone.

    The songs may seem innocent and poppy, but the actual lyrics have an edge. It all makes for music which is easy to listen to, but worth listening to properly. As a classic, the album has a timeless yet modern sensibility.

    Some Velvet Morning was always my favourite track. But there are a few outstanding songs and this is the most famous of the (I believe) three main albums with this stellar Hazlewood / Sinatra collaboration.

    Given the beauty, importance, iconic nature of the album - that this is the first re-release of the album is staggering. MENTAL. I suppose that makes it more of a joy. The production is fantasic. From the very opening song, You've Lost that Loving Feeling, when Lee's voice, the low baritone all smooth and perfectly clear hits your ears, you know the rest of the album is going to be a joy - and it is.

    So, a bit late with this re-release, but they have made up for that with a stunning album available in all sorts of colours, formats, to please all. I have gone for the coke version, it is crystal clear with a slight green colour, the immaculate gatefold sleeve, and an accompanying album-sized 20 x page glossy.

    What more could you ask for? Oh, I know: an OBI, might as well . . .
    • kiefer2's avatar
      Beautiful presentation and the "Coke Bottle Clear" vinyl is wonderful and suits the hot summer atmosphere of the album. Sound quality is great, but my copy is very noisy in the quieter parts of "Some Velvet Morning". Kinda suits it, though.
      • meerkatliam's avatar
        Excellent album great quality sound, beautiful twenty page booklet and two bonus tracks.


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