Phil Spector back to mono (1958-1969) [sound recording]
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- Physical Description: 4 sound discs (ca. 3 hr. 23 min) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + booklet ( p. : ill. ; 31 cm.) + lapel pin.
- Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Phil Spector Records ; Manufactured by Abkco Records, p1991.
|General Note:|| Rock music.
Disc 4 has title: A Christmas gift for you from Phil Spector.
Texts of the songs, biographical note by Tom Wolfe, and details of the recording sessions (ca. 100 p. : ports. ; 28 x 30 cm.) in box.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Disc 1. To know him is to love him (The Teddy Bears) -- Corrine, Corrina ( Ray Peterson) -- Spanish Harlem (Ben E. King) -- Pretty little angel eyes (Curtis Lee) -- Every breath I take (Gene Pitney) -- I love how you love me (The Paris Sisters) -- Under the moon of love (Curtis Lee) -- There's no other like my baby ; Uptown ; He hit me (it felt like a kiss) ; He's a rebel (The Crystals) -- Zip-a-dee-doo-dah (Bob B. Sox and The Blue Jeans) -- Puddin' n' tain (The Alley Cats) -- He's sure the boy I love (The Crystals) -- Why do lovers break each others hearts (Bob B. Sox and The Blue Jeans) -- (Today I met) The boy I'm gonna marry (Darlene Love) -- Da doo ron ron ; Heartbreaker (The Crystals) -- Why don't they let us fall in love (Veronica) -- Chapel of love (Darlene Love) -- Not too young to get married (Bob B. Sox and The Blue Jeans) -- Wait til my Bobby gets home (Darlene Love) -- All grown up (The Crystals)
Disc 2. Be my baby (The Ronettes) -- Then he kissed me (The Crystals) -- A fine, fine boy (Darlene Love) -- Baby, I love you ; I wonder (The Ronettes) -- Girls can tell ; Little boy (The Crystals) -- Hold me tight (The Treasures) -- (The best part of) Breakin' up ; Soldier baby of mine (The Ronettes) -- Strange love ; Stumble and fall (Darlene Love) -- When I saw you (The Ronettes) -- So young (Veronica) -- Do I love you? ; Keep on dancing ; You, baby ; Woman in love (with you) ; Walking in the rain (The Ronettes)
Disc 3. You've lost that lovin' feelin' (The Righteous Brothers) -- Born to be together (The Ronettes) -- Just once in my life ; Unchained melody (The Righteous Brothers) -- Is this what I get for loving you? (The Ronettes) -- Long way to be happy (Darlene Love) -- (I love you) For sentimental reasons ; Ebb tide (The Righteous Brothers) -- This could be the night (The Modern Folk Quartet) -- Paradise (The Ronettes) -- River deep-mountain high ; I'll never need more than this ; A love like yours (don't come knockin' everyday) ; Save the last dance for me (Ike & Tina Turner) -- I wish I never saw the sunshine ; You came, you saw, you conquered (The Ronettes) -- Black pearl (Sonny Charles and The Checkmates) -- Love is all I have to give (The Checkmates)
Disc 4. White Christmas (Darlene Love) -- Frosty the snowman (The Ronettes) -- The bells of St. Mary (Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans) --Santa Claus is coming to town (The Crystals) -- Sleigh ride (The Ronettes) Marshmallow world (Darlene Love) -- I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus (The Ronettes) -- Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer (The Crystals) -- Winter wonderland (Darlene Love) -- Parade of the wooden soldiers (The Crystals) -- Christmas (baby please come home) (Darlene Love) -- Here comes Santa Claus (Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans) -- Silent night (Phil Spector and Artists)
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Phil Spector, composer, producer, performer ; with various artists.
|Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:|| Recorded in Los Angeles, Hollywood and New York, 1958-1969.
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