“I love all of her stuff, but one of my all-time favorite songs of Nancy’s is One Velvet Morning, which she did with Lee Hazelwood. It’s just gorgeous in a very strange way.
“Nancy wasn’t the greatest singer in the world, and of course, she was in the shadow of arguably one of the greatest singer of all time, and one of my personal favorites. I mean, you’ve got The Beatles and Sinatra as my top two enjoyments in life. So yeah, Nancy was in an interesting spot because she was the daughter of ‘that guy.’
“But she decided to go somewhere new with it, and she hooked up with a guy like Lee Hazelwood, who, like Johnny Cash, what he did had more to do with his depth of character and style rather than actual singing technique. It was all about the moment where they were at, and they sang what they felt. I thought One Velvet Morning was a daring choice for Nancy, very authentic and quite bold.”