Nancy and Lee Again [Various Formats] Nancy Sinatra and Lee HazlewoodCD: Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K. / Amazon Canada Standard Black Vinyl: Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K. / Amazon Canada "Big Red Balloon" Swirl Vinyl: Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K. / Amazon Canada "Tippy Toes" Teal Vinyl (Nancy's Bootique Edition): Nancy's Bootique + Bundles / Rough Trade U.S. "Got It Together Again" Gold Vinyl (Fanclub Edition): Light in the Attic Store / Rough Trade U.S. / Elusive Disc White Vinyl (U.K. Exclusive): Rough Trade U.K. / Drift Records / Piccadilly Records Pink Vinyl (Exclusive - limited to 500 units): Collectors' Choice Music Picture Disc (Exclusive - limited to 50 units with autographed photo print): Nancy's Bootique Autographed Test Pressing (Exclusive - limited to 35 units - sold out): Nancy's Bootique 4-Track Cartridge (Exclusive): Nancy's Bootique 8-Track Cartridge: Nancy's Bootique / Rough Trade U.S. Following last year's reissue of 1968's Nancy and Lee, Light in the Attic is continuing its Nancy Sinatra Archival Series with the first-ever reissue of Sinatra's second duets LP with Lee Hazlewood, 1972's Nancy and Lee Again. The album, featuring the hit "Did You Ever," inaugurated Sinatra's brief tenure at RCA Victor which additionally encompassed the solo album Woman (hopefully also on the way from LITA). The reunion was an auspicious one; Hazlewood returned from his adopted home of Sweden to Los Angeles to record the project - his first collaboration with Nancy outside of Reprise Records, the label founded by her father where all of her previous releases had appeared. Two bonus tracks have been added to LITA's CD premiere, both of which were recorded at a Nancy solo session on March 6, 1972. Danny "Kootch" Kortchmar's "Machine Gun Kelly" (best known from James Taylor's 1971 rendition but introduced by Kootch's band Jo Mama in 1970) previously appeared on Nancy's 2006 release The Essential Nancy Sinatra. "Think I'm Coming Down" makes its debut here; Lee would re-record it for his 1973 Capitol solo album Poet, Fool, or Bum (an album which also featured the track "Nancy and Me"). LITA's expanded Nancy and Lee Again has been remastered by John Baldwin and features a booklet with Hunter Lea's interview of Nancy Sinatra. The vinyl version has been pressed at RTI and is housed within a gatefold jacket accompanied by a 20-page booklet. All formats have been designed by Darryl Norsen.