Mrs. Miller - These Boots Are Made For Walkin' (Nancy Sinatra Cover)
From '' Mrs. Miller's Greatest Hits '' Label: Capitol Records -- T-2494, ST 2494 (Stereo Recording) Format: Vinyl, LP, Mono, Album Country: US Released: 1966 ------------------------ "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" is a pop song written by Lee Hazlewood and recorded by Nancy Sinatra. It was released in February 1966 and hit #1 in the United States and United Kingdom Pop charts. Selected list of recorded versions 1966 Nancy Sinatra, U.S. #1, UK #1 1966 Lee Hazlewood. 1966 The Artwoods. 1966 The Beau Brummels. 1966 The New Christy Minstrels. 1966 Mrs. Miller. 1966 Jane Morgan. 1966 The Supremes. 1966 Eileen Goldsen, a French version titled "Ces bottes sont faites pour marcher". It is featured on the Gossip Girl Season 4 promo. 1966 Yvonne Přenosilová made a version in Czechoslovakia as "Boty proti lásce" 1967 Loretta Lynn, a country version 1967 Annet Hesterman, a Dutch version. 1969 Symarip, a Skinhead Reggae version on the album Skinhead Moonstomp 1969 Balsara & His Singing Sitars (sitar instrumental music version) on album Greatest International Hits 1974 The Residents, avant garde music group, on the album Meet the Residents 1977 Amanda Lear, on the album I Am a Photograph 1978 Nick Cave's first band The Boys Next Door, a noise rock version 1980 The Fast, early punk rock band, on the album The Fast For Sale 1980 Marianne Asher new wave version, Uniwave records Canada W-12014 1982 Paula Yates on the B.E.F. album Music of Quality and Distinction Volume One 1984 Adriano Celentano on the album I Miei Americani (as "Bisogna Far Qualcosa") 1984 Government Issue on the Joy Ride EP 1984 Shillelagh Sisters on the B-side of their 2nd single Passion Fruit 1985 Raymonde 1985 Megadeth features in the soundtrack for the punk movie "Dudes" 1986 Man 2 Man featuring Jessica Williams, a Hi-NRG dance version 1988 DC Lacroix, on the album Livin' by the Sword 1989 Operation Ivy, a version titled "One of These Days" from the album Energy 1989 Kon Kan, a dance music remix/remake 1989 Crispin Glover, on the album The Big Problem ≠ The Solution. The Solution = Let It Be 1991 Georgie Parker and the Channel 7 Australia ensemble Farmhouse. Reached #58 on the Australian ARIA Chart. 1991 7 Seconds, on the album Old School (Album originally released in 1983 titled "United We Stand") 1991 Anita Lane and Barry Adamson 1991 Jewel on the album Revolution in Heaven 1992 Billy Ray Cyrus, on the album Some Gave All. Reached #27 in Denmark. 1993 Lisa Germano, on the album Happiness (released by Capitol) 1993 Shillelagh Sisters on the album Tyrannical Mex 1994 La Toya Jackson, on the album From Nashville to You 1994 Sam Phillips, on the soundtrack album "Robert Altman's Pret-A-Porter (Ready To Wear): Music From The Motion Picture" 1995 Boy George, on the single "Il Adore" and on the Culture Club Box Set 1997 Candye Kane, on the album Diva la Grande 1998 Geri Halliwell, on the single CD Bag It Up; also used in the movie Rugrats in Paris: The Movie and on its soundtrack 1999 Trish Murphy, on the album Rubies on the Lawn 1999 Amanda Lear, on the album Amanda '98 - Follow Me Back in My Arms (Bang! mix) 1999 Bad Manners, on the album Rare & Fatty (as "Boots") 1999 Delbert McClinton, on the album The Crazy Cajun Recordings 2000 Sarge, on the album Distant 2001 Eläkeläiset, on the album Humppa! (as "Astuva Humppa") 2001 French Affair, on the album Desire 2001 La Grande Sophie, on the album Le porte-Bonheur 2001 Popa Chubby (feat. Galea), on the album Flashed Back 2002 KMFDM, on the Boots EP 2002 The Fixx, on the album When Pigs Fly: Songs You Never Thought You'd Hear 2002 Shillelagh Sisters on the album Sham'Rock & Roll 2003 Star Academy 3, on the album Fait Sa Bamba 2003 Bree Sharp, for the 11:14 soundtrack 2004 Antonio Banderas as Puss in Boots, for a bonus feature on the Shrek 2 DVD 2004 David Hasselhoff, on the album David Hasselhoff Sings America 2004 The Fog Band as part of their live sets. 2005 Lil Kim, the theme for the TV show Growing Up Gotti 2005 Little Birdy, on their single "Excited" 2005 Jessica Simpson, for The Dukes of Hazzard soundtrack, U.S. #14. 2006 Fulham Flurries, on the album It's Only A Game: Hits & Misses From the Crazy World of British Football 2006 Yuna Ito, a single in Japan for a Daihatsu commercial 2006 Faster Pussycat, on the album The Power and the Glory Hole 2007 Ira Losco, included in the CD single "Something to Talk About" 2008 The Coconutz, translated into the Hawaiian Language and included on the soundtrack to the movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall 2009 Siouxsie, on the DVD Finale: The Last Mantaray and More Show 2009 The Humans, a project featuring Toyah Willcox, Bill Rieflin, Chris Wong and guest collaborator Robert Fripp, released as a download single. 2009 Duet with Maria de Medeiros and The Legendary Tigerman. 2009 [The Then]Drum'n'Bass/Rock version by Bath (UK).
Mrs. Miller - Green Tambourine
With apologies to the Lemon Pipers and the Peppermint Rainbow, who each had recorded this song with the same backing track, though of course the Lemon Pipers were the ones who had the hit with this song. I think this version is absolutely hilarious. I find it kind of fitting that Mrs. Elva Miller lived out her final days in Vista, California, where I currently call home.
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Memphis (Remastered) · Mrs. Miller Wild, Cool & Swingin' ℗ 1999 Capitol Records, LLC Released on: 1999-01-01 Producer, A& R: Brad Benedict Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Robert Norberg Composer Lyricist: Chuck Berry Auto-generated by YouTube.
Downtown by Mrs. Miller
Mrs. Miller's hit song of an old Petula Clark Classic About Mrs. Miller Elva Ruby Miller (née Connes; October 5, 1907 – July 5, 1997), who recorded under the name "Mrs. Miller," was an American singer who gained some fame in the 1960s for her series of shrill and off-key renditions of popular songs such as "Moon River", "Monday, Monday", "A Lover's Concerto", and "Downtown". Singing in an untrained, Mermanesque, vibrato-laden style, according to Irving Wallace, David Wallechinsky and Amy Wallace in The Book of Lists 2, Miller's voice was compared to the sound of "roaches scurrying across a trash can lid." Nevertheless, "Downtown" reached the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in April 1966, peaking at No. 82. The single's B-side, "A Lover's Concerto," barely cracked the Hot 100 that same month at No. 95. For more information go to: Mrs. Miller - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs._Miller For More Information About Mrs. Miller Who Is Mrs. Miller? http://www.mrsmillersworld.com/whois_bin/WhoIs.html The '60s Housewife Who Couldn't Sing—But Landed on the 'Billboard' Charts Anyway http://mentalfloss.com/article/64500/60s-housewife-who-couldnt-sing-landed-billboard-charts-anyway .
A Hard Day's Night (Remastered)
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group A Hard Day's Night (Remastered) · Mrs. Miller Wild, Cool & Swingin' ℗ 1999 Capitol Records, LLC Released on: 1999-01-01 Producer, A& R: Brad Benedict Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Robert Norberg Composer Lyricist: John Lennon Composer Lyricist: Paul McCartney Auto-generated by YouTube.
Mrs. Miller ~ Granny Bopper
Finally got my hands on a decent copy of this classic oddity. I cleaned, scrubbed and polished the audio/album art to make it presentable for the 21st century, and am proud to present my two favorite tracks from it, 'Mary Jane' and 'Granny Bopper.' "Eat your heart out, Tiny Tim!"
A Lover's Concerto (Remastered)
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group A Lover's Concerto (Remastered) · Mrs. Miller Wild, Cool & Swingin' ℗ 1999 Capitol Records, LLC Released on: 1999-01-01 Producer, A& R: Brad Benedict Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Robert Norberg Composer Lyricist: Sandy Linzer Composer Lyricist: Denny Randell Auto-generated by YouTube.