Some Velvet Morning" is a song written by Lee Hazlewood and originally recorded by Hazlewood and Nancy Sinatra in late 1967. It first appeared on Sinatra's album Movin' with Nancy, the soundtrack to her 1967 television special of the same name, which also featured a performance of the song.
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Some velvet mornin' when i'm straight I'm gonna open up your gate And maybe tell you 'bout Phaedra And how she gave me life And how she made it end Some velvet mornin' when i'm straight. Flowers growing on a hill, dragonflies and daffodils Learn from us very much, look at us but do not touch Phaedra is my name. Some velvet mornin' when i'm straight Flowers growing on a hill I'm gonna open up your gate Dragonflies and daffodils And maybe tell you 'bout phaedra Learn from us very much And how she gave me life Look at us but do not touch Fade. Some Velvet Morning" Track Info. Produced By Lee Hazlewood. Written By Lee Hazlewood. Cover By Some Velvet Morning by Primal Scream (Ft. Kate Moss). Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood. Nancy & Lee Nancy Sinatra.
Lee Hazlewood wrote the song for one scene in Nancy Sinatra’s 1967 TV special Movin with Nancy and never planned to release it as a single. Luckily he did, otherwise the song which was selected by the Daily Telegraph as the best duet ever would have been buried in obscurity in that TV special. In February of 1968 the song climbed up to no. 26 on Billboard’s Top 100 chart. Billboard top 100 February 10, 1968. The collaboration between Sinatra and Hazlewood produced some of the most memorable hits of the 60s before that TV special. These Boots Were Made for Walkin became a staple of the troops in Vietnam, where Sinatra traveled to perform. The arranger on the session was Billy Strange who also wrote the magnificent string intro that sets the tone for the whole song, and conducted the orchestra.
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Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood was a collaboration between an American singer and actress and American country and pop singer-songwriter, and record producer. The young daughter of Frank Sinatra, Nancy Sinatra was an aspiring diva with a string of disappointments even her father’s usually indomitable influence couldn’t make into hits. Thus she was delivered to Hazlewood by fellow producer and Reprise bigwig Jimmy Bowen. The result, to almost everyone’s satisfaction, was wall to wall hits for the next 5 years. In 2003 she reunited with Hazlewood once more for the album Nancy & Lee 3. It was released only in Australia. fm: 119,369 listeners, 1,060,390 plays tags: 60s, pop, duets, oldies, country.
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|A||Some Velvet Morning
Arranged By, Conductor – Billy StrangeWritten-By – Lee Hazlewood
|B||Oh Lonesome Me
Written-By – Don Gibson
- Published By – Lee Hazlewood Music Corp.
- Published By – Acuff-Rose Pub., Inc.
- Manufactured By – TELDEC GmbH
- Producer – Lee Hazlewood
NotesSide A: Lee Hazlewood Music Corp.
Side B: Acuff - Rose Pub., Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): K 6128
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): K 4943
|0651||Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood||Some Velvet Morning (7", Single, Pit)||Reprise Records||0651||US||1967|
|RS.23215||Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood||Some Velvet Morning (7")||Reprise Records||RS.23215||UK||1967|
|R 02102||Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood||Some Velvet Morning (7")||Reprise Records||R 02102||Italy||1968|
|RO.651||Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood||Some Velvet Morning (7", Single)||Reprise Records||RO.651||New Zealand||1967|
|0651||Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood||Some Velvet Morning (7", Promo)||Reprise Records||0651||USA & Canada||1967|