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The Phil Spector Collection


Download links and information about The Phil Spector Collection. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Pop genres. It contains 59 tracks with total duration of 02:42:42 minutes.

Release date: 2010
Genre: Pop
Tracks: 59
Duration: 02:42:42
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No. Title Length
1. There's No Other Like My Baby (The Crystals) 2:28
2. Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby (The Crystals) 2:25
3. Uptown (The Crystals) 2:20
4. What a Nice Way to Turn 17 (The Crystals) 2:41
5. I Love You Eddie (The Crystals) 1:58
6. Another Country - Another World (The Crystals) 2:54
7. Please Hurt Me (The Crystals) 2:14
8. He Hit Me (It Felt Like a Kiss) (The Crystals) 2:32
9. No One Ever Tells You (The Crystals) 2:18
10. He's a Rebel (The Crystals) 2:30
11. Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah (Bob B. Soxx And The Blue Jeans) 2:49
12. My Heart Beat a Little Faster (Bob B. Soxx And The Blue Jeans) 4:38
13. Puddin' n' Tain (Alley Cats) 2:47
14. He's Sure the Boy I Love (The Crystals) 2:43
15. Look In My Eyes (The Crystals) 2:46
16. Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts? (Darlene Love, The Blue Jeans, Bob B. Soxx And The Blue Jeans) 2:48
17. (Today I Met) The Boy I'm Gonna Marry (Darlene Love) 2:45
18. Da Doo Ron Ron (The Crystals) 2:18
19. Heartbreaker (The Crystals) 2:34
20. Why Don't They Let Us Fall In Love (Verónica / Veronica) 2:39
21. Chapel of Love (Darlene Love) 2:23
22. Not Too Young to Get Married (Darlene Love, The Blue Jeans, Bob B. Soxx And The Blue Jeans) 2:29
23. Wait Til My Bobby Gets Home (Darlene Love) 2:24
24. Run Run Runaway (Darlene Love) 2:11
25. All Grown Up (The Crystals) 2:48
26. Then He Kissed Me (The Crystals) 2:37
27. Be My Baby (The Ronettes) 2:39
28. I Wonder (The Ronettes) 2:44
29. A Fine, Fine Boy (Darlene Love) 2:45
30. Baby, I Love You (The Ronettes) 2:49
31. I Wonder (The Crystals) 2:49
32. Little Boy (The Crystals) 2:59
33. Girls Can Tell (The Crystals) 2:36
34. (The Best Part Of) Breakin' Up (The Ronettes) 3:02
35. Do I Love You (The Ronettes) 2:55
36. Hold Me Tight (The Treasures) 2:53
37. Stumble and Fall (Darlene Love) 2:22
38. When I Saw You (The Ronettes) 2:42
39. So Young (Verónica / Veronica) 2:35
40. (He's A) Quiet Guy (Darlene Love) 2:28
41. All Grown Up (Version 2) (The Crystals) 2:29
42. Soldier Baby of Mine (The Ronettes) 2:52
43. Keep On Dancing (Alternate Take) (The Ronettes) 2:31
44. You Baby (The Ronettes) 2:55
45. How Does It Feel (The Ronettes) 2:39
46. Woman In Love (With You) (The Ronettes) 2:56
47. Walking In the Rain (The Ronettes) 3:14
48. Born to Be Together (The Ronettes) 2:57
49. Is This What I Get for Loving You? (The Ronettes) 3:21
50. Long Way to Be Happy (Darlene Love) 2:47
51. This Could Be the Night (The Modern Folk Quartet) 2:38
52. Paradise (The Ronettes) 3:36
53. Here I Sit (The Ronettes) 2:57
54. I Wish I Never Saw the Sunshine (The Ronettes) 3:48
55. Everything Under the Sun (The Ronettes) 3:42
56. You Came, You Saw, You Conquered (The Ronettes) 2:48
57. Lord, If You're a Woman (The Ronettes) 3:06
58. Spanish Harlem (Phil Spector) 2:09
59. Strange Love (Darlene Love) 3:00



Phil Spector’s studio pyrotechnics and teenage mini-symphonies revealed how he'd mastered the science of sound as well as songwriting and arranging. To hear the genius of Spector, simply listen to his productions. This 59-song wall-of-sound collection wraps up the absolute best work Spector did for the Philles label in the early '60s. It opens with The Crystals’ rocking, string-scorched single “Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby” and its flipside, “There’s No Other Like My Baby.” Then the set just motors, from timeless ear-benders such as Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans R&B tilt of the Disney classic “Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah” to Veronica’s love letter to confusing teen crushes “Why Don’t They Let Us Fall in Love” to The Modern Folk Quartet’s Beach Boy doppelganger (a Spector tune cowritten with Harry Nilsson) “This Could Be the Night.” Darlene Love’s masterpiece about bad boyfriends (“Strange Love”) closes the collection on a fittingly melancholic note. With mastering that reveals long-lost clarity, the ubiquitous hits are also here, such as The Ronettes’ “Be My Baby” and “Baby I Love You.” Yet they don’t really stick out; the other songs are that good.