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Rindió un precioso homenaje a su desaparecida hermana y compañera en las Ronettes en ‘How Can You Mend A Broken Heart’ y a Amy Winehouse con una acertada versión de su ‘Back to Black’. Nos puso la piel de gallina al interpretar una sentida ‘You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory’ de Johnny Thunders. Y es que tras ocho años apartada de la música regresó a NY en 1974 para volver a empezar desde cero en el club gay ‘The Continental Baths’, y fue entonces cuando entabló amistad con Thunders y Joey Ramone.
Ronnie Spector 11) Lover, Lover Ronnie Spector And The Ronettes 12) You Mean So Much To Me (Live) Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes with Ronnie Spector 13) Baby Please Don’t Go Ronnie Spector and The E Street Band 14) Say Goodbye To Hollywood Ronnie Spector and The E Street Band 15) Love On A Rooftop Ronnie Spector 16) Something’s Gonna Happen.
Produced by Stan Vincent. If you want all my lovin', lover Just call on me, say (lover, lover) And if you want all my feelings, baby Just call on me, say (lover, lover). I'll give you the best of things That your heart desires baby, baby All the love without no strings, yeah All right. If you want all my lovin', lover Just call on me, say (lover, lover) And if you want all my feelings, baby Just call on me, say (lover, lover)
Ronnie and the Ronettes. New York City, New York, . Ronnie and the Relatives soon became The Ronettes. In his desire for absolute perfection on the album, Spector pushed his artists to belt out their lyrics as powerfully as they could. The Christmas album was the one where I'd thought I'd lost it mentally. I swore I'd put them down, but they said it wasn't on the tape. The album was released on the day President Kennedy was assassinated.
This article is a discography for American singing group The Ronettes. The Ronettes began recording with Colpix Records in 1961 and recorded eleven songs for Colpix. In March 1963, the group moved to Phil Spector's Philles Records, where they achieved their biggest success. Songs Produced by Phil Spector. The Ronettes recorded many songs for producer Phil Spector that were not released until after the group disbanded in 1967.
The 11 songs on 'English Heart' comprise of a collection of Ronnie’s hand–picked favourites, including songs recorded by The Kinks ('Tired of Waiting'), The Animals ('Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood') and The Beatles ('I’ll Follow the Sun').
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NotesLabel credits artist as Ronnie Spector and the Ronettes
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