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The Ronettes - Be My Baby. So, apparently, it's Ronnie Spector's birthday today. To celebrate, here's one of the best oldies songs ever created.

The Ronettes - Be My Baby. So, apparently, it's Ronnie Spector's birthday today. To celebrate, here's one of the best oldies songs ever created.

▶ THE SHIRELLES - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow [ 60's Video In NEW STEREO ].mp4 - YouTube

▶ THE SHIRELLES - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow [ 60's Video In NEW STEREO ].mp4 - YouTube

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.

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.

✧@sαdgяσupɪe✧ just watched he dreamers last night EWWW IM SO DISGUSTED  but Michael Pitt oh my god❤️❤️

✧@sαdgяσupɪe✧ just watched he dreamers last night EWWW IM SO DISGUSTED but Michael Pitt oh my god❤️❤️

▶ Then He Kissed Me - The Crystals - YouTube

▶ Then He Kissed Me - The Crystals - YouTube

The Ronettes ~ Be My Baby ~ 1965 live HD (+playlist)

The Ronettes ~ Be My Baby ~ 1965 live HD (+playlist)

The Ronettes - Why Don't They Let Us Fall In Love

The Ronettes - Why Don't They Let Us Fall In Love

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