There's power in the visual. The video below was one that I may have seen listed on YouTube and just breezed past. But that was before my friend, whom we shall call Lady Latimore, posted it with the comment "I was tired of this song for a couple decades, but - Lee Hazelwood on a horse." She's got a point. Just the sort of juxtaposition that can add a little weirdness to a song that already sounds like it could be repurposed for a movie scene with dark undercurrents (if it hasn't been already), but - Nancy Sinatra on anything.
Hazelwood was one multi-talented dude. Singer, songwriter, producer, and mustache. One of his earliest penned hits was "Rebel Rouser", recorded by twang demigod Duane Eddy. Yeah, you know I'm gonna find that an excuse to link to it. Why wouldn't I? Because it doesn't fit the post? Of course it fits the post. It fits every post. It's Duane Eddy's "Rebel Rouser" fool.
~ NOTE: ALL MEDIA IS HOSTED BY THE BLOGS & SITES NAMED BELOW ~Listen:
Lee Hazelwood and Nancy Sinatra - Some Velvet Morning mp3 at Sonny Venice
Duane Eddy - Rebel Rouser mp3 at Jordan Hatch
Lee Hazelwood at Wikipedia