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The Very Thought Of You

Nancy Wilson

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Fancy thoughts


Nancy Wilson sings "The Very Thought Of You" during a 1964 episode of "The Hollywood Palace."

It was when she was a young girl in Chillicothe, Ohio singing in the church choir that Nancy Wilson first became aware of her vocal talent.

In 1956 she joined Rusty Bryant's Carolyn Club Big Band with whom she toured and made her first recorded appearance on Dots Records.

Moving to New York at the suggestion of Cannonball Adderley in 1959, Nancy's career took off within weeks of her arrival.

Nancy signed to Capitol Records in 1960. Her debut single, "Guess Who I Saw Today" was such a big hit that the label would release five full albums of her material over the next two years.

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