These videos are amazingly typical of the 60's. But being so overwhelmingly representative of an era, with all the humor that attaches to that, causes us to overlook the voice. It's a very pretty voice. Frank was known for his ability to interpret a song and impose a style on it. Nancy seems to have gotten none of that. But the limited range of "Boots," "Jackson," and "Something Stupid" - her bigger hits - fool us into thinking she really couldn't sing. The cool people rather looked down on her as some party-crasher during the British Invasion. (I mean, her hair wasn't even completely straight, so you know that she didn't quite get it as to coolness.) I scoffed, because who knows more about cool than a fourteen-year-old, right?
Nice alto voice. Not dramatic or moving, but better than she was given credit for. Just one more place I was wrong. Stick around for the choreography on this next one, completely at odds with the tone of the song or it's purpose in "Oliver.". Such crazy injections of that "opening at the Copa!" style into anything on TV were going on at the same time as Jefferson Airplane and all those significant folksingers were coming along, so you might get some idea how a 60's music culture war playing out in the strangest ways.
These dancers trying to work together on a number with Jefferson Airplane. Now that would have been even weirder. To the big-time arrangers and producers in the 60's This is how it's done. What do those kids know?
The conflict - with a clear indication of who won - was never summarised better than here.