AUTOGRAPHED How Does That Grab You? Vinyl
AUTOGRAPHED How Does That Grab You? Vinyl
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AUTOGRAPHED How Does That Grab You? Vinyl

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  • Autographed Vinyl Jacket (Wet Signature from Nancy Sinatra)
  • Definitive vinyl reissue of the Nancy’s 1966 sophomore album
  • Contains the hits “Bang, Bang,” “Sand” and “How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?”
  • Features audio freshly remastered from the original analog tapes by GRAMMY®-nominated engineer John Baldwin
  • Includes two bonus tracks: “The Last Of The Secret Agents?” and the previously unreleased “If Things Don’t Start Picking Up”

**Due to the handheld / manual process of signing vinyl jackets, corners may be slightly bent. Jacket may not be perfect / mint condition. No refunds or exchanges**

Less than two weeks after “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’” made it to the top of the charts, Nancy was back in the studio working on the follow-up. With a newfound confidence and a fresh batch of songs, How Does That Grab You? is a snapshot that captures the fun, creativity, and genius of an artist embracing her moment. The album includes the sparse masterpiece “Bang, Bang,” the Boots-esque “How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?” and Nancy & Lee Hazlewood’s very first duet, the proto-psychedelic “Sand.”

Equal parts strong, sultry, and savvy, Nancy Sinatra has long been ahead of her time—both in her choices as an artist and as a businesswoman. Unapologetically, she established her own path early on and paved the way for decades of female artists to come—all while firmly maintaining control over her career, her image, and her music. In 1965, Nancy Sinatra changed the face of music, fashion, and culture.



  1. Not the Lovin’ Kind
  2. The Shadow of Your Smile
  3. Sorry ’Bout That
  4. Time
  5. Sand
  6. Crying Time
  7. My Baby Cried All Night Long
  8. Let It Be Me
  9. Call Me
  10. How Does That Grab You, Darlin'?
  11. Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)
  12. The Last Of The Secret Agents? (non-album b-side)
  13. If Things Don’t Start Picking Up (session outtake)