terça-feira, 16 de fevereiro de 2016


SONY MUSIC - 88875166582 - 2015

Do I Love You? (Phil Spector/Vinnie Poncia/Pete Andreoli) - So Young (William "Prez" Tyus) - You Baby (Phil Spector/Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil) - Baby, I Love You (Phil Spector/Ellie Greenwich/Jeff Barry) - Walking In The Rain (Phil Spector/Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil) - (The Best Part Of) Breakin' Up (Phil Spector/Vinnie Poncia/Pete Andreoli) - Be My Baby (Phil Spector/Ellie Greenwich/Jeff Barry) - I Can Hear Music (Phil Spector/Ellie Greenwich/Jeff Barry) - Paradise (Phil Spector/Harry Nilsson/Gil Garfield/Perry Botkin Jr) - Try Some, Buy Some (George Harrison) - Lover, Lover (Stan Vincent) - You Mean So Much To Me (Bruce Springsteen) - Baby Please Don't Go (Steven Van Zandt) - Say Goodbye To Hollywood (Billy Joel) - Love On A Rooftop (Desmond Child/Diane Warren) - Something's Gonna Happen (Marshall Crenshaw) - You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory (Johnny Thunders) - All I Want (Amy Rigby) - Farewell To A Sex Symbol (Michel Berger/Luc Plamondon/Tim Rice)

Participações, entre outros de Keith Richards, E Street Band, Joey Ramone, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes.

3 comentários:

kverti disse...

Be My Baby: How I Survived Mascara, Miniskirts, and Madness, or My Life As a Fabulous Ronette (livro, 1990)- http://www.amazon.com/Be-My-Baby-Survived-Miniskirts/dp/0517574993/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1455723344&sr=8-2&keywords=RONNIE+SPECTOR

gps disse...

No livro acima referido existe um capítulo sobre os Beatles (algo como "George, Ringo, John & mom". Qual a ligação dos Beatles à Ronnie ?

gps disse...

Pensando melhor, Phil Spector foi um dos últimos produtores dos Beatles.

E googlando encontrei o site pophistory

"But during their trip to the U.K, the Ronettes were also introduced to The Beatles, and had spent some personal time with them during the tour.

There was at least one night of dancing with John, George and Ringo, as Ronnie later recalled, noting that Paul McCartney was then involved with Jane Asher.

Estelle and George Harrison had paired off in the dancing, as Ronnie rememberd that evening, while she spent some time with John Lennon.

The Ronettes, in fact, having befriended the Beatles on their first tour of Britain, were on hand February 8, 1964 to welcome the Beatles in New York as they arrived for their first U.S. visit and their Ed Sullivan Show appearance.

As for the Rolling Stones, on a subsequent visit they made to New York in the 1960s, Ronnie’s mother would end up cooking for them at her home."

( http://www.pophistorydig.com/topics/ronettes-be-my-baby/ )