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Live Nancy Wilson Clips in the '60s

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Want to hear something freaky? Last night I had a sudden urge to watch newly uploaded videos of Nancy Wilson and share them with you today. When I went onto her Wikipedia page after writing my post, I realized she had died on December 13 three years ago to the date. Why I had the urge to re-visit Miss Nancy on the anniversary of her passing is beyond me. Something in the stars. Or a warm whisper from Miss Nancy herself—"Go on, give a listen." (My JazzWax interview with her can be found here.) Whatever the reason, here she is in recently uploaded live clips, all her glory in the 1960s. The majestic and always artful Nancy Wilson:

Here's You Don't Know How Glad Am in 1964...



Here's I'll Only Miss Him When I Think of Him in 1965...



Here's Here's That Rainy Day in 1966...



Here's Satin Doll in 1966...



Here's The Folks Who Live on the Hill c. 1967...



Here's Sunny in 1967...



Here's Nancy with Carol Burnett singing Get Together in 1969...



Here's one of favorite clips by Nancy, singing It's Over in 1968...



Bonus: Here's “Play It Loose," an episode of Room 222, with Nancy guest-starring...

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