RONETTES (1966) SPECTOR'S MAIN GIRL GROUP SINCE HE WAS ENAMORED OF LEAD SINGER RONNIE BENNETT, AND EVENTUALLY MADE HER HIS WIFE, WHICH SHE SOON CAME TO REGRET. "BE MY BABY," WAS THEIR GREATEST HIT IN 1962, REACHING #2 ON THE BILLBOARD HOT
Be my baby - The Ronettes "Be My Baby" is a song by The Ronettes, released as a single in August 1963. Produced by Phil Spector, who composed the song with Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich, it is often cited as the ultimate embodiment of Spector's wall of sound production technique. One of the best-known and most enduring songs of its era, "Be My Baby" has been featured in numerous lists of songs considered the best.
The Ronettes by Black History Album, via Flickr. My cousins- Nedra, Estelle and Ronnie were singers back in the day and even traveled with the Beatles at one point. I Dee (Pepper) Lois had very pretty cousins with a lot of talent.
The Ronettes The Ronettes were a girl group of the 1960s from New York City, best known for their work with producer Phil Spector. They consisted of lead singer Veronica Bennett (a.k.a. Ronnie Spector), her sister Estelle Bennett, and their cousin Nedra Talley. Their defining album is Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica from 1963, and their most famous songs include "Be My Baby", "Baby, I Love You", "(The Best Part of) Breakin' Up", and "(Walking) in the Rain".