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Phil Spector Presents The Philles Album Collection
     

Phil Spector Presents The Philles Album Collection

by Phil Spector
 
Fifty years ago, legendary producer Phil Spector established his own record label Philles, and a new sound began to ring out of radio speakers across America. The sound Spector created-lush, resonant, and dramatic, blending the sentimental swoon of string sections with the excitement of rock and roll-was so different, so instantly recognizable, it earned its own name:

Overview

Fifty years ago, legendary producer Phil Spector established his own record label Philles, and a new sound began to ring out of radio speakers across America. The sound Spector created-lush, resonant, and dramatic, blending the sentimental swoon of string sections with the excitement of rock and roll-was so different, so instantly recognizable, it earned its own name: The Wall of Sound.

Through the 1960s, with songs like “Be My Baby,” “Then He Kissed Me,” “Walking in the Rain,” and “Da Doo Ron Ron,” he ruled the pop charts and made artists like Darlene Love, The Crystals and The Ronettes household names.

Through the 1960s, songs that rang with Phil Spector’s signature studio approach ruled the pop charts. In his heyday, Spector’s name was more popularly known than the artists he made famous - the Ronettes, Crystals & Darlene Love. His had the Midas touch - the pop singles on his own Philles label were as ubiquitous as Motown’s and rivaled the popularity of the Beatles.

The Philles Album Collection brings together six pivotal albums from Phil Spector’s groundbreaking label. Each remastered mono album is presented in its entirety for the first time on CD. Packaged in mini-vinyl replica sleeves and housed in a deluxe box, these classic 60’s albums showcase the labels legendary sound. ‘The Philles Album Collection’ also includes a bonus disc of B sides, many available on CD for the very first time and featuring material not issued since originally released on 45! From the Label

Product Details

Release Date:
10/24/2011
Label:
Sony Legacy
UPC:
0886979278226
catalogNumber:
792782
Rank:
122777

Tracks

Disc 1

  1. Uptown
  2. Another Country - Another World
  3. Frankenstein Twist
  4. Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby
  5. Please Hurt Me
  6. There's No Other (Like My Baby)
  7. On Broadway
  8. What a Nice Way To Turn Seventeen
  9. No One Ever Tells You
  10. Gee Whiz, Look At His Eyes (Twist)
  11. I Love You Eddie

Disc 2

  1. He's a Rebel
  2. Uptown
  3. Another Country - Another World
  4. Frankenstein Twist
  5. Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby
  6. He's Sure the Boy I Love
  7. There's No Other (Like My Baby)
  8. On Broadway
  9. What a Nice Way To Turn Seventeen
  10. No One Ever Tells You
  11. He Hit Me (and It Felt Like a Kiss)
  12. I Love You Eddie

Disc 3

  1. Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah
  2. Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Heart?
  3. Let the Good Times Roll
  4. My Heart Beat a Little Bit Faster
  5. Jimmy Baby
  6. Baby (I Love You)
  7. White Cliffs of Dover
  8. This Land is Your Land
  9. Dear (Here Comes My Baby)
  10. I Shook the World
  11. Everything's Gonna Be Alright
  12. Dr. Kaplan's Office

Disc 4

  1. Da Doo Ron Ron
  2. On Broadway
  3. He's a Rebel
  4. Hot Pastrami
  5. There's No Other (Like My Baby)
  6. The Wah Watusi
  7. Mashed Potato Time
  8. He's Sure the Boy I Love
  9. Uptown
  10. The Twist
  11. Gee Whiz, Look At His Eyes
  12. Look In My Eyes

Disc 5

  1. Then He Kissed Me
  2. Da Doo Ron Ron
  3. Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby
  4. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
  5. Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Heart?
  6. Not Too Young To Get Married
  7. Be My Baby
  8. Wait Til My Bobby Gets Home
  9. (Today I Met) the Boy I'm Gonna Marry
  10. My Heart Beat a Little Bit Faster
  11. Playing For Keeps
  12. Puddin' N' Tain (Ask Me Again, I'll Tell You the Same)

Disc 6

  1. Walking In the Rain
  2. Do I Love You
  3. So Young
  4. (the Best Part of) Breakin' Up
  5. I Wonder
  6. What'd I Say
  7. Be My Baby
  8. You Baby
  9. Baby I Love You
  10. How Does It Feel
  11. When I Saw You
  12. Chapel of Love

Disc 7

  1. Flip and Nitty
  2. Walkin' Along (La La La)
  3. Dr. Kaplan's Office
  4. Git' It
  5. Annette
  6. Brother Julius
  7. Tedesco and Pitman
  8. Nino and Sonny (Big Trouble)
  9. Miss Joan and Mister Sam
  10. Harry and Milt Meet Hal B
  11. Harry (From W. Va.) & Milt
  12. Big Red
  13. Larry L.
  14. Chubby Danny D
  15. Bebe and Susu
  16. Irving (Jaggered Sixteenths)
  17. Torpedo Rock (Surfing Corrido)

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Phil Spector   Primary Artist
Ronettes   Vocals

Technical Credits

Woody Guthrie   Composer
Hank Ballard   Composer
Ray Charles   Composer
Carole King   Composer
Gene Pitney   Composer
Carla Thomas   Composer
Ellie Greenwich   Composer
Dave Appell   Composer
Gerry Goffin   Composer
Barry Mann   Composer
Jack Nitzsche   Arranger
Phil Spector   Arranger,Composer,Producer
Peter Andreoli   Composer
Hal Blaine   Memorabilia,Photo Courtesy
Richard Barrett   Composer
Jeff Barry   Composer
Jackie DeShannon   Composer
Arnold Goland   Arranger,Composer
Brian Holland   Composer
Jack Keller   Composer
Walter Kent   Composer
Leonard Lee   Composer
Hank Levine   Arranger
Larry Levine   Engineer
Bill MacMeeken   Engineer
Kal Mann   Composer
Doc Pomus   Composer
Stan Ross   Engineer
Sharon Sheeley   Composer
Cynthia Weil   Composer
Allie Wrubel   Composer
Georgia Dobbins   Composer
Paul Bevoir   Art Direction
Ray Gilbert   Composer
Brice Coefield   Composer
William Garrett   Composer
Gary Pipkin   Composer
Mick Patrick   Liner Notes,Memorabilia,Photo Courtesy
Robert Bateman   Composer
Alonzo Willis   Composer
Leroy Bates   Composer
Nat Burton   Composer
Tony Powers   Composer
Larry Kolber   Composer
Vince Poncia   Composer
Georgia Winters   Liner Notes
Dessie Rozier   Composer
Hank Hunter   Composer
Freddie Gorman   Composer
Eric Charge   Memorabilia,Photo Courtesy
William "Prez" Tyus   Composer
Pete Anders   Composer
Leo McCorkle   Composer
Kate Henry   Composer
Cory Sands   Composer
Annette Spector   Composer
Andrew Kay   Memorabilia,Photo Courtesy

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