Spector, Ronnie

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Spector, Ronnie - Unfinished Business Unfinished Business
Pop New - LP BFC 40620 Columbia
Sealed 1987 Original. Features Eddie Money And Susanna Hoffs. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Spector, Ronnie - Siren Siren
Pop New - LP PRG 808 Polish
Sealed 1980 Original.... more details
 
Spector, Ronnie - English Heart English Heart
Pop New - LP FTN16122 429
Sealed 2016 Original From The Original Bad Girl Of Rock N Roll (With Full Bouffant Hairdo). Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. English Heart Features Covers Of Ten Memorable British Rock Tunes From The '60s (She Also Throws In One Ringer, The Bee Gees' "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart," Which The Australian Act Released In 1971.) This Is Her Self Professed "Love Letter" To The UK, As She Shares In The Linear Notes On The Back Cover "No Matter What Ever Happens In My Life, Those Days Spent In The British Isles In The 60's Will Always Remain A Magical Time Filled With Fun, The Happiest Of My Life."... more details
 
Spector, Ronnie - Siren Siren
Pop Used - LP PRG 808 Polish
1980 Original With Insert. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “There Are Many Extraordinary Things About Ronnie Spector's Siren Album. It Was Conceived And Produced By The Legendary Genya Ravan (Aka Goldie Zelcowicz) Of One Of The First All-Girl Bands, Goldie & The Gingerbreads. It Has A Street Feel Much Like Ronnie Spector's Solo Concerts Over The Years. Members Of Johnny Thunders' Heartbreakers, The Dead Boys, And Mink Deville Must Have Been Honored To Appear On This, And The Musical Integrity And Heart Is There, For Sure. The Problem Here Was The Timing. The New Wave Was Just Cresting With Willie Alexander, Producer/Singer Genya Ravan, Ian Hunter, Mink Deville, The Shirts, And So Many Others Releasing Substantial Records That Mainstream Radio Turned Its Back On. And Here's The Classic '60s Voice Which Ruled On Top 40 For Five Hit Records In 1963 And 1964 Rocking Out With The Best Of Them On Songs Like "Settin' The Woods On Fire" With Backing By The Diamond Dupree Band, Or Singing To The Reggae Beat Of The Bahama Mama Band On Roger Cook's "Let Your Feelings Show." If Phil Spector Overproduced To Good Effect, Genya Ravan Purposely Underproduced, Choosing Instead To Let Flavors Of Different Musicians Paint The Fabric Behind Ronnie Spector. In Her Book Be My Baby On Page 248, Ronnie Says "Genya Was A Strong Producer Who Knew What She Wanted, Just Like Phil." High Praise Indeed.” Joe Viglione, AMG.... more details
 

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