Start Walkin' 1965-1976 Image
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  • Summary: The 23-track collection features remastered songs from the pop singer's career between 1965–1976 including her collaboration with Lee Hazlewood.
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  1. Feb 8, 2021
    100
    This set, which has been remastered from the original analogue tapes, features sleevenotes by the unmatched Amanda Petrusich, as well as an interview with Sinatra and unseen photos from her personal collection. It’s nothing less than her supreme career warrants. Here’s to the queen of danger-pop, and to Light In The Attic for getting the belated celebrations started.
  2. Feb 8, 2021
    90
    Start Walkin’ emphasises the team’s many deviations from the mean, demonstrating how inventive and subversive Sinatra’s music could be even before her music with Hazlewood took a more avidly idiosyncratic direction with Nancy & Lee. ... 23 concise chapters that are thrilling, surprising and sometimes sublime.
  3. 90
    Start Walkin’ excavates the finest moments of some inconsistent albums to prove her iconic status is well earned.
  4. Feb 11, 2021
    90
    Her stylish performances are consistent with the excellence found on the rest of the album.
  5. Feb 8, 2021
    81
    These 23 tracks cover a lot of ground musically and critically, tracing her massive hits in the mid 1960s and following her as she weathers professional upheavals and changing pop trends. Start Walkin’ does not, however, include Sinatra’s very first singles, when she was a teenager trying to find her voice.