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Song of the day: The Ronettes- Be My Baby

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Again a song produced by Phil Spector, and it’s a good example of his Wall of Sound technique. The song would be the first one to have a complete orchestra play the music! The Ronettes would record it in 1963, and for some it is seen as the inspiration for both the Beatles and the Beach Boys! Actually, Brian Wilson did say his Don’t Worry Baby was a male answer to this song. Later he would play the song several times live. The original song would do a staggering number 2 in the US, with over two million singles sold. Enjoy

The Ronettes- Be My Baby

Song of the day: Vanessa Paradis- Be My Baby

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Ever heard the real disco sound of the nineties? No? I think you’re wrong. Probably you think that disco is something of the seventies, eighties, and then it disappeared. NO! Disco got another name, namely dance, but it still stayed. And if you really want to know, the song of the day is a real discosong, only it was never named that way. And it’s the only song which was a hit by the artist, which is strange, since the song is so nice! Enjoy:

Vanessa Paradis- Be My Baby