Posts Tagged ‘Ronnie Spector’

Don’t Worry Baby

August 5, 2018

“Don’t Worry Baby,” written by Brian Wilson, recorded in 1999 by Ronnie Spector. Word is that Mr. Wilson wrote this for Ms. Spector’s group, The Ronnettes, but they didn’t use it, so he recorded it with his own group, The Beach Boys.

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Tonight You’re Mine, Baby

October 23, 2016

“Tonight You’re Mine, Baby,” written by Narada Michael Walden and Preston Glass, recorded by Ronnie Spector. The 1985 session was produced by Paul Shaffer.

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Sleigh Ride

December 25, 2014

“Sleigh Ride” was an orchestral piece by Leroy Anderson until Mitchell Parish wrote the lyrics that turned it into a pop hit. It’s not specifically a Christmas piece, but it dashes through holiday music mixes each winter. This 1963 recording is by The Ronettes, produced by Phil Spector.

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Sleigh Ride

December 30, 2013

“Sleigh Ride” was an orchestral piece by Leroy Anderson until Mitchell Parish wrote the lyrics that turned it into a pop hit. It’s not specifically a Christmas piece, but it dashes through holiday music mixes each winter. This 1963 recording is by The Ronettes, produced by Phil Spector.

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