Friday, September 28, 2007

These Boots Are Made For Walkin'

For some reason Nancy Sinatra popped into my head today, so she is the topic of this post. Nancy, of course is daughter of legendary singer Frank Sinatra and is probably best known for the song "These Boots Are Made for Walkin", which became her signature hit. I've seen Nancy in Palm Springs before, and she still looks great. Every so often when I'm in a mood for some groovy tunes from the 60's I'll play some Nancy. (My iPod includes the album "Nancy Sinatra: The Hit Years" which is a great collection of her career. Hope you enjoy this video from our friends at youtube.

Happy Friday! I'm headed to Lake Tahoe this weekend, so stay tuned for an update from my travels.
-Rick Rockhill

11 comments:

marlupe said...

"these boots" has always been one of my favorite songs, sort of an anthym for single women! Love the girls dancingin the back ground with shuper short sweaters! I tried going out like that on a date once and my mother flipped her wig!

karma lennon said...

Nice. I suddenly really want to see an episode of "Laugh In".

Biddie said...

I love that song! Now I'm in th emood for some Petula Clark....

Steven said...

I remember the "retainers" Mom had for those boots so that they would always remain erect, when not wearing them. Have a fabu time in Lake Tahoe!

saly said...

That is one of my all time favorite songs! I also love those boots that go up to your knee like she is wearing in the top picture you posted!

Stephen Rader said...

This and YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE - - my favorite Nancy Sinatra tunes!!! And I LOVE this video!

I wear sweaters with no pants all the time!

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

what about that HAIR???

smiles, bee

Mags said...

Have a great weekend!!!

snowelf said...

I think Nancy is an awesome chick. :)

Have a great weeekend!!

--snow

Canadian flake said...

Loved this song...thanks for sharing.

Brandon said...

At one point in this video-which is a great video that is a classic-Nancy Sinatra looks a lot like Mae West.

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