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Phil & Ronnie Spector...When Phil Was On Top of the Music World, His "Muse" & Wife Was Multi-Talented Songstress, Ronnie Spector of the Ronettes ("Be My Baby" Fame)....Phil's Withdrawal From the World, Abuse & Domination Led A Fearful Ronnie To Flee...With Her Life...Music & Madness Led To A Horrible Ending...

Phil & Ronnie Spector...When Phil Was On Top of the Music World, His "Muse" & Wife Was Multi-Talented Songstress, Ronnie Spector of the Ronettes ("Be My Baby" Fame)....Phil's Withdrawal From the World, Abuse & Domination Led A Fearful Ronnie To Flee...With Her Life...Music & Madness Led To A Horrible Ending...

David Bowie with Iggy Pop and Ronnie Spector, Penn plaza Club, aftershow party, New York, March 26, 1976 © Andrew Kent

David Bowie with Iggy Pop and Ronnie Spector, Penn plaza Club, aftershow party, New York, March 26, 1976 © Andrew Kent

The Ronettes — Nedra Talley, Estelle Bennett & Veronica Bennett (Ronnie Spector)

The Ronettes — Nedra Talley, Estelle Bennett & Veronica Bennett (Ronnie Spector)

Ronnie Bennett-Spector: lead singer of the Ronettes, only female group ever to appear with the Beatles.

Ronnie Bennett-Spector: lead singer of the Ronettes, only female group ever to appear with the Beatles.

ronnie spector, the original bad girl of rock 'n' roll, on why she'll never quit

ronnie spector, the original bad girl of rock 'n' roll, on why she'll never quit

Ahead of her first-ever appearance at Glastonbury this weekend, we caught up with the Amy Winehouse-inspiring, punk rock-rewiring, ultimate girl group idol: Ronnie Spector.

Ronnie Spector and The Ronettes http://www.impactmerch.com/store/music/ronniespector.html

Ronnie Spector and The Ronettes http://www.impactmerch.com/store/music/ronniespector.html

Ronnie Spector 1961

swoonatra: “ Ronnie Spector photographed in the cafeteria of George Washington High School in New York City during her senior year before The Ronettes became famous, 1961 ”

‘Give them a tambourine!’ . . . Ronnie Spector, sitting on the arm of the chair, was married to Phil Spector, seated, from 1968 to 74.

How we made the Ronettes' Be My Baby

‘Give them a tambourine!’ . . . Ronnie Spector, sitting on the arm of the chair, was married to Phil Spector, seated, from 1968 to 74.