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Ronnie Spector: Ronnie Tries It Solo

Phil Symes, Disc and Music Echo, 8 May 1971

THE SUCCESS of Motown's Supremes somewhat overshadowed most of the other girlie-groups in America back in the mid-sixties. But one trio who managed to hold their own were three hip swaying, pony-tailed good-lookers called the Ronettes, who sang those young love songs like 'Walking In The Rain', 'Baby I Love You' and 'Be My Baby'.

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