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My 1967 Charts - retro not actual

1968 photo, but similar-ish period of me in boy-pop-chart-freak days. We lived at RAF Valley in 1967, Isle Of Anglesey.

I started my charts in late 1968, but the mid 60’s were just as great for music, and strong in my memory and affections as a boy, so after a lifetime of wanting to properly research oldies (especially American chart oldies that were never hits in the UK) I intend to visit them all, starting with 1967, and create a combined chart which is part what-I-loved-then and part what-i-love-now. 1,928 more words

Rolling Stones

Tuesday Night Vinyl

I enjoyed a nice yoga class this evening and afterwards a hot bowl of Kelly’s cashew chicken.  Now, it’s a few chapters of the new book ‘ 272 more words



These Boots Are Made For Walkin’ is the hit 1966 song which reached #1 on the Billboard charts. Sung by Nancy Sinatra, it’s full of attitude and the music video features women dancing in boots. 444 more words

Piano Tutorial

Shiny Boots, Nancy Sinatra and Sugar Town

Well, I’ve wanted to feature this song in the blog for a while, and today seems to be the day for a variety of reasons – Yes it’s a shoo-shoo-shoo, shoo-shoo-shoo, shoo-shoo, shoo-shoo, shoo-in (all will become clear). 876 more words

1960s Songs

Music to Make Horror Movies By: Nancy Sinatra

She defined an entire generation with a giddy sneer, a charming pout, some (fine, fine) tunes and…those (almost living, breathing) boots!

The superlative Nancy Sinatra also gave it her all in a number of teen comedies and genre films including… 89 more words


Nancy Sinatra - You Only Live Twice

Sitting comfortably as one of Miss Sinatra’s most notable works and one of the best James Bond theme songs comes this oriental influenced number composed by the one and only John Barry. 69 more words

Movie Music