by: Nancy Sinatra
This odd yet entertaining collection of Nancy Sinatra's lesser-known early-'70s work is about as stylistically diverse as you could possibly want. Here, the go-go booted sex kitten purrs her way through an eclectic bunch of songs. Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone" is here performed as reggae by way of Toots and the Maytals, while the Move's "Flowers in the Rain" is a slice of pop psychedelia that proves surprisingly hospitable to Sinatra's coquettish vocals. The "Walk on the Wild Side" featured here isn't Lou Reed's 1973 hit, but rather the theme from the Jane Fonda movie that inspired it.