Da Doo Ron Ron: The Very Best of the Crystals ()

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Track Listing
  1. There's No Other Like My Baby
  2. Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby
  3. Uptown
  4. What a Nice Way to Turn 17
  5. He Hit Me (It Felt Like a Kiss)
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  1. There's No Other Like My Baby
  2. Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby
  3. Uptown
  4. What a Nice Way to Turn 17
  5. He Hit Me (It Felt Like a Kiss)
  6. No One Ever Tells You
  7. He's a Rebel
  8. I Love You Eddie
  9. Another Country - Another World
  10. Please Hurt Me
  11. He's Sure the Boy I Love
  12. Da Doo Ron Ron
  13. Heartbreaker
  14. Then He Kissed Me
  15. I Wonder
  16. Little Boy
  17. All Grown Up
  18. Woman in Love (With You)
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When Phil Spector formed his own label, Philles Records, in 1961, he had written, played guitar, and sung backup vocals on 1958's "To Know Him Is to Love Him" (which hit the top of the pop charts that year) as part of the Teddy Bears, and worked for a time as part of the production team for Leiber & Stoller, co-writing "Spanish Harlem" for Ben E. King and playing guitar on the Drifters' "On Broadway," and had produced minor sides for LaVern Baker and Ruth Brown, among others, but there was really little to distinguish him ...

Da Doo Ron Ron: The Very Best of the Crystals 2011, Phil Spector Records

UPC: 886976128821

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