Sunday, September 11, 2016

Fifty Years Ago


8 comments:

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

That is a coincidence. I watched the documentary about The Wrecking Crew last night and this was one of the songs they showed.

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

That is a coincidence. I watched the documentary about The Wrecking Crew last night and this was one of the songs they showed.

Margot Kinberg said...

This was such an anthem when it came out, I think.

Al Tucher said...

Fifty years? Thanks for helping me feel every day of my age, Patti.

:-)

Richard Wheeler said...

I despised that song when it first appeared, and still do. It made Frank Sinatra's daughter look mean and small. It was an early example of loutish American music. I have often wondered whether Nancy Sinatra ever grew up.

pattinase (abbott) said...

Horrible, yes. But it takes me back.

Todd Mason said...

"We all should be truthin'." --Martin Luther King, Jr. Or not.

I wonder if this was a promo for television or a Scopatone-style proto-video. Women's posteriors marching past NS's head, take thirteen.

Todd Mason said...

("No, we should all be samin'."--George Wallace.)