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Thats All Right Baby - Various - Phil Spector - The Early Productions (CD)

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  1. Oct 24,  · Phil Spector Anthology Various VARIOUS ARTISTS. out of 5 stars Audio CD. A very good cover of Phil spector's early work, up to the time the Everleys joined him. which included three CDs of Spector productions and the Christmas album, which has the Darlene classic "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)." Reviews:
  2. Phil Spector / Various ‎– The Early Productions Label: Rhino Records (2) ‎– RNDF Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation Country: US Released: That's All Right Baby Written-By – Phil Spector 4/5(14).
  3. Artist Various Artists Title Phil Spector: The Early Productions Release Date Label: EMI Records Number of Discs 1. 1 20 BUMBERSHOOT - Phil Harvey. 1 11 THE BASIC THINGS - The Top Notes. 1 16 THE BELLS - The Creations.
  4. Find album release information for Phil Spector: The Early Productions - Phil Spector on AllMusic.
  5. “Phil Spector: The Early Productions” covers this formative phase of Spector’s career without duplicating too many hits available on other Ace comps. 12 of the generous 28 tunes are new to CD and both the sequencing and mastering make them a delight to the ear while the booklet is .
  6. Printed on back cover: "The early work of a genius in the making. Where it all began for PHIL SPECTOR. Our page booklet plots his early years in a fully illustrated 6, word essay." All tracks in mono. Track 25 is previously unissued. Made in the EU/5(3).
  7. Apr 08,  · So in early , the Ronettes became part of Phil Spector’s Philles Records, signing their contract in March that year. When they started to work with Spector, the girls first served as background singers for others acts, including: Darlene Love with Bob B. Soxx & the Blue Jeans, Little Eva, Del Shannon, Bobby Rydell, Joey Dee, and others.
  8. Phil Spector really hit his commercial and artistic stride with the Crystals' "He's a Rebel," but the flurry of hits it ignited had been preceded by almost five years of fitful attempts to find a foothold in the record industry. There have been official and unofficial attempts to anthologize Spector productions from the late s and early '60s that didn't appear on the Philles $

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