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  1. #1

    Phil Spector - Part B - "Complete Philles LP Discography"

    Welcome Wall-Of-Sound fans to Part B of the Phil Spector threads -- the "Complete Philles LP Discography"! It's taken longer than expected to prepare, but I've made it as complete as possible including Artist/LP titles listed by Philles catalog #, as well as tracklists with respective YouTube video soundclips. As a special treat, I've also included photos of each front and back LP cover as well as photos of Side A and Side B of each vinyl LP disc and label-copy from my own personal Philles LP collection. A big round of applause is in order for my good buddy Kenny (Kenneth) who has graciously offered (succumbed!) to post the Philles photos for me. I hope you'll all enjoy reliving the musical power and magnificence of Phil Spector's Philles Records.
    Last edited by Philles/Motown Gary; 08-24-2019 at 11:48 AM.

  2. #2
    PHILLES PHLP-4000 (Released 8/1962)

    THE CRYSTALS - "Twist Uptown"

    Producer: Phil Spector

    Side A:

    1) "Uptown"
    (C. Weil - B. Mann)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/_K-ZrnDxxXo

    2) "Another Country - Another World"
    (P. Spector - D. Pomus)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/m1d8qHlPOsc

    3) "Frankenstein Twist"
    (K. Henry - W. McCorkle)
    Lead Vocal: Delores "LaLa" Brooks
    https://youtu.be/FcbIJWOATIs

    4) "Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby"
    (P. Spector - H. Hunter)
    Lead Vocal: Pat Wright
    https://youtu.be/XLyCmu7MvEE

    5) "Please Hurt Me"
    (C. King - G. Goffin)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/va6qC2Eid2A


    Side B:

    1) "There's No Other (Like My Baby)"
    (P. Spector - L. Bates)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/Vfctn_DX5r0

    2) "On Broadway"
    (C. Weil - B. Mann)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/gkpeUDbVAlE

    3) "What A Nice Way To Turn Seventeen"
    (L. Kolber - J. Keller)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/RtXaNiD_Yis

    4) "No One Ever Tells You"
    (P. Spector - C. King - G. Goffin)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/qm6gf8XsUic

    5) "Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes)"
    (C. Thomas)
    Lead Vocal: LaLa Brooks
    https://youtu.be/k_T7baGca_Q

    6) "I Love You Eddie"
    (P. Spector - H. Hunter)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/PdnIyNhu5iA


    [NOTE: See corresponding LP Cover photos and Record/Label-Copy photos directly below.]

  3. #3
    PHILLES PHLP-4001 (Released 2/1963)

    THE CRYSTALS - "He's A Rebel"

    Producer: Phil Spector

    Side A:

    1) "He's A Rebel" [NOT The Crystals]
    (G. Pitney)
    Lead Vocal: Darlene Love
    Back-Up Vocals: The Blossoms
    https://youtu.be/5_nxRchyn1g

    2) "Uptown"
    (C. Weil - B. Mann)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/_K-ZrnDxxXo

    3) "Another Country - Another World"
    (P. Spector - D. Pomus)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/m1d8qHlPOsc

    4) "Frankenstein Twist"
    (K. Henry - W. McCorkle)
    Lead Vocal: Delores "LaLa" Brooks
    https://youtu.be/FcbIJWOATIs

    5) "Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby"
    (P. Spector - H. Hunter)
    Lead Vocal: Pat Wright
    https://youtu.be/XLyCmu7MvEE

    6) "He's Sure The Boy I Love" [NOT The Crystals]
    (B. Mann - C. Weil)
    Lead Vocal: Darlene Love
    Back-Up Vocals: The Blossoms
    https://youtu.be/Lf_fxswodiQ


    Side B:

    1) "There's No Other (Like My Baby)"
    (P. Spector - L. Bates)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/Vfctn_DX5r0

    2) "On Broadway"
    (C. Weil - B. Mann)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/gkpeUDbVAlE

    3) "What A Nice Way To Turn Seventeen"
    (L. Kolber - J. Keller)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/RtXaNiD_Yis

    4) "No One Ever Tells You"
    (P. Spector - C. King - G. Goffin)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/qm6gf8XsUic

    5) "He Hit Me (And It Felt Like A Kiss)"
    (B. Mann - C. Weil)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/f20Oz9Yr_So

    6) "I Love You Eddie"
    (P. Spector - H. Hunter)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/PdnIyNhu5iA

    [NOTE: The Crystals' "He's A Rebel" LP was the first Philles LP I ever owned. Because of it, at age 12, Philles quickly became my first favorite record label, and Phil Spector my favorite record producer. The 12-track "He's A Rebel" LP was an altered and, in my opinion, much-improved version of The Crystals' 11-track "Twist Uptown" LP on which "Please Hurt Me" and "Gee Whiz (Look at His Eyes)" were dropped in favor of the addition of "He Hit Me" and the uptempo "He's A Rebel" and "He's Sure The Boy I Love", making the "He's A Rebel" album a much better-paced and powerful presentation of Phil Spector's Wall Of Sound.]


    [NOTE: See corresponding LP Cover photos and Record/Label-Copy photos directly below.]

  4. #4
    PHILLES PHLP-4002 (Released 2/1963)

    BOB B. SOXX & THE BLUE JEANS -
    (Bobby Sheen/Darlene Love & The Blossoms)

    "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah"

    Producer: Phil Spector

    Side A:

    1) "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah"
    (R. Gilbert - A. Wrubel)
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Sheen
    https://youtu.be/feKEIeq5ozk

    2) "Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Heart"
    (E. Greenwich - T. Powers - P. Spector)
    Lead Vocal: Darlene Love
    https://youtu.be/cCzBJe5Mt6k

    3) "Let The Good Times Roll"
    (Leonard Lee)
    Lead Vocal: All In Unison & In Harmony
    https://youtu.be/REkhsgnDBiU

    4) "My Heart Beat A Little Faster"
    (E. Greenwich - T. Powers - P. Spector)
    Lead Vocal: Darlene Love
    https://youtu.be/1hWxhkqdpO4

    5) "Jimmy Baby"
    (J. DeShannon - S. Sheely)
    Lead Vocal: Darlene Love
    https://youtu.be/aGz5tOd86YQ

    6) "Baby (I Love You)"
    (P. Spector)
    Lead Vocal: All Harmonizing
    https://youtu.be/IXHTFeRkOZs


    Side B:

    1) "White Cliffs Of Dover"
    (Nat Burton - Walter Kent)
    Lead Vocal: All In Unison
    https://youtu.be/9MyQ0lMuKNE

    2) "This Land Is Your Land"
    (Woody Guthrie)
    Lead Vocal: Darlene Love
    https://youtu.be/6XaUPuKJmJE

    3) "Dear (Here Comes My Baby)"
    (P. Spector)
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Sheen
    https://youtu.be/CLIagIqHruo

    4) "I Shook The World"
    (J. DeShannon - S. Sheely)
    Lead Vocal: Darlene Love
    https://youtu.be/O_4ekb0Ru04

    5) "Everything's Gonna Be Alright"
    (P. Spector)
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Sheen
    https://youtu.be/pB8eYn5wYg8

    6) "Dr. Kaplan's Office" (Instrumental)
    (P. Spector)
    https://youtu.be/TIjQyXVZ-_U


    [NOTE: See corresponding LP Cover photos and Record/Label-Copy photos directly below.]

  5. #5
    PHILLES PHLP-4003 - (Released 7/1963)

    THE CRYSTALS - "Sing The Greatest Hits (Vol. 1)"

    Producer: Phil Spector

    Side A:

    1) "Da Doo Ron Ron"
    (P. Spector - E. Greenwich - J. Barry)
    Lead Vocal: Delores "LaLa" Brooks
    https://youtu.be/S-OTd7DXjlo

    2) "On Broadway"
    (B. Mann - C. Weil)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/gkpeUDbVAlE

    3) "He's A Rebel" [NOT The Crystals]
    (Gene Pitney)
    Lead Vocal: Darlene Love
    Back-Up Vocals: The Blossoms
    https://youtu.be/G_SXJ18EkNw

    4) "Hot Pastrami" [NOT The Crystals]
    (Roziner)
    Lead Vocal: Veronica Bennett
    Back-Up Vocals: The Ronettes
    https://youtu.be/gC0actZ6Gl4

    5) "There's No Other (Like My Baby)"
    (P. Spector - L. Bates)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston
    https://youtu.be/Vfctn_DX5r0

    6) "The Wah-Watusi" [NOT The Crystals]
    (Mann - Appell)
    Lead Vocal: Nedra Talley
    Back-Up Vocals: The Ronettes
    https://youtu.be/7ndFxskFEiQ

    Side B:

    1) "Mashed Potato Time" [NOT The Crystals]
    (Sheldon - Land)
    Lead Vocal: Veronica Bennett
    Back-Up Vocals: The Ronettes
    https://youtu.be/SoUfd9mjAFA

    2) "He's Sure The Boy I Love" [NOT The Crystals]
    (B. Mann - C. Weil)
    Lead Vocals: Darlene Love
    Back-Up Vocals: The Blossoms
    https://youtu.be/Lf_fxswodiQ

    3) "Uptown"
    (B. Mann - C. Weil)
    Lead Vocal: Barbara Alston)
    https://youtu.be/G0il2Qd3jcs

    4) "The Twist" [NOT The Crystals]
    (Hank Ballard)
    Lead Vocal: Veronica Bennett
    Back-Up Vocals: The Ronettes
    https://youtu.be/Ki7RnuJ-6xI

    5) "Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes)"
    (C. Thomas)
    Lead Vocal: LaLa Brooks
    https://youtu.be/gaNb_Rkd2QQ

    6) "Look In My Eyes"
    (R. Barrett)
    Lead Vocal: Pat Wright
    https://youtu.be/r93FB1mC5q0


    [NOTE: See corresponding LP Cover photos and Record/Label-Copy photos directly below.]

  6. #6
    PHILLES PHLP-4004 (Released 10/1963)

    VARIOUS ARTISTS - "Philles Records Presents Today's Hits"

    Producer: Phil Spector

    Side A:

    THE CRYSTALS:

    1) "Then He Kissed Me"
    (Spector - Greenwich - Barry)
    Lead Vocal: LaLa Brooks
    https://youtu.be/DfM6dl_yt10

    2) "Da Doo Ron Ron"
    (Spector - Greenwich - Barry)
    Lead Vocal: LaLa Brooks
    https://youtu.be/S-OTd7DXjlo

    3) "Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby"
    (Spector - Hunter)
    Lead Vocal: Pat Wright
    https://youtu.be/XLyCmu7MvEE

    BOB B. SOXX & THE BLUE JEANS:
    (Bobby Sheen / Darlene Love & The Blossoms)

    4) "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah"
    (Wrubel - Gilbert)
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Sheen
    https://youtu.be/feKEIeq5ozk

    5) "Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Heart"
    (Spector - Greenwich - Powers)
    Lead Vocal: Darlene Love
    https://youtu.be/64jnZ7nOsx0

    6) "Not Too Young To Get Married"
    (Spector - Greenwich - Barry)
    Lead Vocal: Darlene Love
    https://youtu.be/RzyoXLEfD_o


    Side B:

    THE RONETTES:

    1) "Be My Baby"
    (Spector - Greenwich - Barry)
    https://youtu.be/B8wjMwgAwzQ

    DARLENE LOVE:

    2) "Wait 'Til My Bobby Gets Home"
    (Spector - Greenwich - Barry)
    https://youtu.be/BWSlWvheoNg

    3) "(Today I Met) The Boy I'm Gonna Marry"
    (Spector - Greenwich - Powers)
    https://youtu.be/GhmWOBq1xMc

    4) "My Heart Beat A Little Faster"
    (Greenwich - Powers)
    https://youtu.be/__GY5btOmSM

    5) "Playing For Keeps"
    (P. Spector)
    https://youtu.be/GHj4uZf4CIQ

    THE ALLEY CATS:

    6) "Puddin' 'N' Tain"
    (Caulfield - Pipkin - Willis)
    https://youtu.be/nvrsfjgjSRc

    [NOTE: It was around this time when Phil Spector changed the Philles PR label from blue/black to yellow/red. Early pressings of this LP were blue/black, followed by the newer yellow/red version, as can be seen below.]

    [NOTE: See corresponding LP Cover photos and Record/Label-Copy photos directly below.]

  7. #7
    PHILLES PHLP-4005 (Released 11/1963)

    VARIOUS ARTISTS - "A Christmas Gift For You From Philles Records"

    Producer: Phil Spector

    Side A:

    DARLENE LOVE:
    1) "White Christmas"
    (Irving Berlin)
    https://youtu.be/gY1MAsk-eAA

    THE RONETTES:
    2) "Frosty The Snowman"
    (S. Nelson - J. Rollins)
    https://youtu.be/zl_kJwz0yx4

    BOB B. SOXX & THE BLUE JEANS:
    3) "The Bells Of St. Mary's"
    (D. Furber - A. E. Adams)
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Sheen
    https://youtu.be/pLOC-YWmRWY

    THE CRYSTALS:
    4) "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town"
    (H. Gillespie - J. F. Coots)
    Lead Vocal: LaLa Brooks
    https://youtu.be/B3zudVvBEB4

    THE RONETTES:
    5) "Sleigh Ride"
    https://youtu.be/YgJtnEEJf8I

    DARLENE LOVE:
    6) "Marshmallow World"
    (M. Parish - L. Anderson)
    https://youtu.be/OROUPOzb-r0


    Side B:

    THE RONETTES:
    1) "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"
    (Tommie Connor)
    https://youtu.be/UGQUuyrVBoA

    THE CRYSTALS:
    2) "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer"
    (Johnny Marks)
    Lead Vocal: LaLa Brooks
    https://youtu.be/CpBsqmhTTtk

    DARLENE LOVE:
    3) "Winter Wonderland"
    (D. Smith - F. Bernard)
    https://youtu.be/cxdwyvb6w18

    THE CRYSTALS:
    4) "Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers"
    (Edward B. Marks)
    Lead Vocal: LaLa Brooks
    https://youtu.be/b6GrnIA8Sr0

    DARLENE LOVE:
    5) " Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)"
    (Spector - Greenwich - Barry)
    https://youtu.be/tNPpBMTeHUI

    [NOTE: It's interesting to note that, at the Gold Star recording session for Darlene's "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)", Jeff & Ellie (Barry & Greenwich) were in NY, feeding the lyrics of "Baby Please Come Home" on the spot -- over the phone -- to Phil at Gold Star. Darlene has said that, once they started recording, she KNEW that this record was gonna be really something! And, boy, was she right!" She was invited to performe this gem on Letterman every Christmas between 1986 and 2014.]

    BOB B. SOXX & THE BLUE JEANS:
    6) "Here Comes Santa Claus"
    (G. Autry)
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Sheen
    https://youtu.be/sZqxQYgTpFw

    PHIL SPECTOR & ARTISTS:
    7) "Silent Night"
    (Franz Gruber)
    Narrator: Phil Spector
    Back-Up Vocals: Philles Artists
    https://youtu.be/5y3cbyxN7Do

    [NOTE: After keeping his Philles artists, the Wrecking Crew, and recording Engineer Larry Levine holed-up in Gold Star studio during the entire month of August 1963, Phil Spector released his iconic Christmas album, "A Christmas Gift For You From Philles Records", with its blue/black PR logo, on Friday, November 22, 1963 -- the same day that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Phil loved President Kennedy and all that he stood for, and he also knew that a grieving America would be in no mood for a new rock 'n' roll Christmas album. Out of respect for both, Phil sadly withdrew the LP immediately. By the time he released it for the 1964 Christmas season, the Philles PR-logo label color had changed from blue/black to yellow/red. Although not a big seller at the time, by the 70s the Christmas LP on Philles was changing hands for $50 a copy which was considered a LOT of money back then. Both versions of "A Christmas For You From Philles Records" exist today, although the original blue/black version is highly rare and is worth a few hundred dollars more than the yellow/red version, and finding them in NM or SS condition is becoming harder all the time. Rarer yet is the white/black PR-logo Promo copy of the Christmas LP in NM condition which has been known to command $700 on eBay.]


    [NOTE: See corresponding LP Cover photos and Record/Label-Copy photos directly below.]

  8. #8
    PHILLES PHLP-4006 (Released 11/1964)

    THE RONETTES - "Presenting The Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica"

    Producer: Phil Spector

    Side A:

    1) "Walking In The Rain"
    (P. Spector - B. Mann - C. Weil)
    https://youtu.be/gRUmxjVYA8k

    2) "Do I Love You"
    (V. Spector - V. Poncia- P. Andreoli)
    https://youtu.be/FJ-FoTs6Oqw

    3) "So Young"
    (P. Tyus)
    https://youtu.be/WzwcnLFxK4c

    4) "(The Best Part Of) Breakin' Up"
    (P. Spector - V. Poncia - P. Andreoli)
    https://youtu.be/DsMw8EwjQwE

    5) "I Wonder"
    (P. Spector - E. Greenwich - J. Barry)
    https://youtu.be/3no5JJ7ILRc

    6) "What'd I Say" (Live or Live Simulation?)
    (Ray Charles)
    https://youtu.be/gIhusZZybDQ


    Side B:

    1) "Be My Baby"
    (P. Spector - E. Greenwich - J. Barry)
    https://youtu.be/B8wjMwgAwzQ

    2) "You Baby"
    (P. Spector - B. Mann - C. Weil)
    https://youtu.be/aQAKcz3Fs0I
    "You Baby" Bonus Video:
    https://youtu.be/-KcJ7F4Guv0

    3) "Baby I Love You"
    (P. Spector - E. Greenwich - J. Barry)
    https://youtu.be/CBaa-cAJRyI

    4) "How Does It Feel"
    (P. Spector - V. Poncia - P. Andreoli)
    https://youtu.be/uQqSrQagD7U

    5) "When I Saw You"
    (P. Spector)
    https://youtu.be/Hdvuw96j1x8

    6) "Chapel Of Love"
    (P. Spector - E. Greenwich - J. Barry)
    https://youtu.be/bh27aUJPSfM

    [NOTE: The Philles LP "Presenting The Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica" was ranked #427 on the 'Rolling Stone' magazine's list of "The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time". Recording engineer Larry Levine was nominated for a Grammy Award for the thunderstorm special effects on "Walking In The Rain". "Presenting The Fabulous Ronettes" was also rated the "31st Best Album Of The 1960s" by 'Pitchfork'. Not bad, Phil!]


    [NOTE: See corresponding LP Cover photos and Record/Label-Copy photos directly below.]

  9. #9
    PHILLES PHLP-4007 (Released 1/1965)

    THE RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS:
    (Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield)

    "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling"

    Producer: Phil Spector (Unless Otherwise Noted)

    Side A:

    1) "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling"
    (Spector - Mann - Weil)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/uOnYY9Mw2Fg

    2) "Ko Ko Mo"
    (Wilson - Porter - Levy)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Shared In Harmony

    3) "Old Man River"
    (Hamnerstein II - Kerns)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley
    https://youtu.be/Ds5v1pJQnB0

    4) "Look At Me"
    (Cole)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/LzpCNS17Hhk

    5) "What I Say"
    (R. Charles)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/0v6tpJA_G4k


    Side B:

    1) "The Angel's Listened In"
    (Smith - Faust)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/9Fei6M41e1A

    2) "Sick And Tired"
    (Kenner - Bartholomew)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/8RNzLXGiyho

    3) "Summertime"
    (Gershwin)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/VTpsygeLTpg

    4) "Over And Over"
    (Byrd)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/oyuzjAw5Zf8

    5) "Soul City"
    (Medley)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley
    https://youtu.be/7j9Ou6051Wk

    6) "There's A Woman"
    (Medley - Hatfield - Spector)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/P7AJ6-2257g


    [NOTE: See corresponding LP Cover photos and Record/Label-Copy photos directly below.]

  10. #10
    PHILLES PHLP-4008 (Released 6/1965)

    THE RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS:
    (Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield)

    "Just Once In My Life"

    Producer: Phil Spector (Unless Otherwise Noted)

    Side A:

    1) "Just Once In My Life)
    (Spector - Goffin - King)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/mTS2L-TrHJk

    2) "Big Boy Pete"
    (Harris - Terry)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/uq7yWnJfsYI

    3) "Unchained Melody"
    (Zaret - North)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/5zzjjkPA5dg

    [NOTE: Bill Medley claims that he produced "Unchained Melody", yet the producer credit on some copies of the Philles 45 credit Phil Spector. Believe as you will.]

    4) "You Are My Sunshine)
    (J. Davis)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/R-UdMH8HfMU

    5) "The Great Pretender)
    (B. Ram)
    Producer:
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/Nfk2nzY68t8

    6) "Sticks And Stones"
    (T. Turner)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/Jr8v2M7XkHU


    Side B:

    1) "See That Girl"
    (B. Mann - C. Weil)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley
    https://youtu.be/EFrTH04D_DY

    2) "Ooh-Poo-Pah-Doo"
    (J. Hill)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/ntf6TOS8qv0

    3) "You'll Never Walk Alone"
    (O. Hammerstein II)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/kaDgEIcOCNM

    4) "Guess Who"
    (J. Belvin)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/Mf4_xTo-Yb4

    5) "The Blues"
    (B. Medley)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bil Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/R_e3_s9sG7M


    [NOTE: See corresponding LP Cover photos and Record/Label-Copy photos directly below.]

  11. #11
    PHILLES PHLP-4009 (Released 12/1965)

    THE RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS:
    (Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield)

    Producer: Phil Spector (Unless Otherwise Noted)

    Side A:

    1) "Ebb Tide"
    (Sigman - Maxwell)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/sMfxIS3pHnI

    2) "God Bless The Child"
    (Billie Holiday)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley
    https://youtu.be/3lI9licYNnw

    3) "Hot Tamales"
    (Bob Hatfield)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/VrXT0RJRfHA

    4) "Hallelujah I Love Her So"
    (Ray Charles)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley
    https://youtu.be/bZ7y9cxrznE

    5) "She's Mine All Mine"
    (Bob Hatfield)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/jbFF9Sgi3Ic

    6) "Hung On You"
    (Spector - Goffin - King)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/rIE3kBVYzxQ


    Side B:

    1) "(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons"
    (Watson - Best)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/OyB0O0-DdXU

    2) "White Cliffs Of Dover"
    (Black - Miller)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Bobby Hatfield
    https://youtu.be/wQ1p4AP3SsI

    3) "Loving You"
    (Lieber - Stoller)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley
    https://youtu.be/9bGZXjKyifQ

    4) "Without A Doubt"
    (Bob Hatfield)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    Lead Vocal: Bill Medley
    https://youtu.be/ByFTJw796Cg

    5) "Late Late Night" (Instrumental)
    (R. Maxwell)
    Producer: Bill Medley
    https://youtu.be/i02MOLdQ2wU


    [NOTE: See corresponding LP Cover photos and Record/Label-Copy photos directly below.]

  12. #12
    PHILLES PHLP-4010 (Released 1/1966)

    LENNY BRUCE: "Is Out Again" (Live Stand-Up Comedy Routine)

    Producer: Uncredited

    Side A:

    1) [No Tracklist Provided On LP]
    https://youtu.be/_ecZCQW4bHk


    Side B:

    1) [No Tracklist Provided On LP)
    https://youtu.be/QRWD5Cz5a5w


    [NOTE: Enter At Your Own Risk!!! If you're easily insulted or offended, you may want to skip over this LP. It has been reported that Lenny Bruce was once a very funny stand-up comedian earlier in his career. However, by the time this album was released in January 1966, drug addiction had taken its toll and had severely affected his career. Phil Spector had always admired Lenny Bruce. Phil considered Lenny a friend, and, to help him out, Phil released this stand-up comedy album on Philles. There is mildly-explicit language contained within. Having been recorded in 1966, some of the content is highly politically-incorrect with insulting references toward certain groups of people.]

    [ADDITIONAL NOTE: This album was included here strictly for historical purpose as it's a part of the "Complete Philles LP Discography" -- NOT to promote the album's content. Also, my copy of this LP is like new, yet, as you can hear, it's riddled with surface noise, as I imagine most copies of this LP are.]

    [NOTE 3: I would normally cringe whenever I see an LP cover defaced with a sticker of any kind. However, the sticker on my copy is from Danny Davis -- Phil Spector's Promotions man at the time -- which, to me, makes it cool!]


    [NOTE: See corresponding LP Cover photos and Record/Label-Copy photos directly below.]

  13. #13
    PHILLES PHLP-4011 (9/1966 ). Only 6 American copies were pressed -- and without LP an cover. Existing copies are housed in a paper sleeve only.)

    IKE & TINA TURNER - "River Deep - Mountain High"

    Producer: Phil Spector (unless otherwise noted)

    Side A:

    1) "River Deep - Mountain High"
    (P. Spector - E. Greenwich - J. Barry)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    https://youtu.be/e9Lehkou2Do

    2) "I Idolize You"
    (I. Turner)
    Producer: Ike Turner
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    https://youtu.be/1-pqTW5gd3Q

    3) "A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knocking Every Day)"
    (Holland - Dozier - Holland)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    https://youtu.be/lgHKVUVzheY

    4) "A Fool In Love"
    (I. Turner)
    Producer: Ike Turner
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    https://youtu.be/qWIuZYWeIFs

    5) "Make 'Em Wait"
    (I. Turner)
    Producer: Ike Turner
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    https://youtu.be/_kNVQVuhsZc

    6) "Hold On Baby"
    (P. Spector - E. Greenwich - J. Barry)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    https://youtu.be/FEE_L1z7f1Q


    Side B:

    1) "Save The Last Dance For Me"
    (M. Shuman - D. Pomus)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    https://youtu.be/e0b4jq5r76w

    2) "Oh Baby (Things Ain't What They Used To Be)"
    (K. Harris)
    Producer: Ike Turner
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    https://youtu.be/Surjo2h_EFI

    3) "Every Day I Have To Cry"
    (A. Alexander)
    Producer: Phil Spector
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    https://youtu.be/l-lDD4qjxzc

    4) "Such A Fool For You"
    (I. Turner)
    Producer: Ike Turner
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    https://youtu.be/aJFwmV3ITM0

    5) "It's Gonna Work Out Fine"
    (I. Turner)
    Producer: Ike Turner
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    https://youtu.be/XDa5L8HyLqs

    6) "You're So Fine"
    (W. Schofield - B. West - L. Finney)
    Producer: Ike Turner
    Lead Vocal: Tina Turner
    NO YOUTUBE SOUND CLIP AVAILABLE

    [NOTE: When Phil Spector signed Tina Turner to Philles Records, part of the agreement was that Ike Turner could attend Tina's recording sessions, but he was to stay out if it. These were Phil's sessions, and only HE calls the shots, and rightfully so. Ike immediately agreed and, amazingly, all went well during the Philles recording sessions. To my knowledge, Phil and Ike never locked horns at Gold Star.

    [ADDITIONAL NOTE: When Phil Spector struck a deal with A&M Records in 1969, part of the deal included, at long last, a U.S. release of Tina Turner's "River Deep - Mountain High" LP but with a slightly revised tracklist, as the Ike Turner-produced "You're So Fine" from the original intended U.S. Philles LP was replaced with Phil Spector's excellent production of "I'll Never Need More Than This. (See "Phil Spector Bio thread and Part A - "Complete Philles 45 Discography" entry for Philles 135.)]


    [No photos available for this title, as it was never released in the U.S.]

  14. #14
    Fascinating. I have 2 (or 3 ...) mid-late 70's British compilation lps and look forward to comparing those with the cuts listed here. Thanks!

  15. #15
    It's amazing how many Ronettes' tracks there were on the Crystals Sing the Greatest Hits

  16. #16
    The Christmas LP came out before the date of the Kennedy assasination because my brother got it on his birthday Nov. 16th. We walked into the record store & flipped when we saw it displayed.The record label was the new Philles colors. Miami was a big record "breaking" market. Several of my Jr. High School friends also bought it. But we know it came out in the stores either on Nov. 16th or a couple days before.At least in Miami.

  17. #17
    "Twist Uptown" by the Crystals

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    "He's a Rebel" by the Crystals

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    "Zip a Dee Doo Dah" by Bobb B. Soxx & the Blue Jeans

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  20. #20
    "Sing the Greatest Hits" by the Crystals


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  21. #21
    Attention Forum Members - As stated in the top of this thread, please do NOT post anything past this last photo. We're trying to keep the photos together until they're finished being posted.

  22. #22
    "Today's Hits"

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    "A Christmas Gift for You"

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    "The Ronettes Featuring Veronica"

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  25. #25
    "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" - The Righteous Brothers

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    "Just Once in My Life" - The Righteous Brothers

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    "Back to Back" - The Righteous Brothers

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    "Lenny Bruce is Out Again" - Lenny Bruce

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  29. #29
    A HUGE round of thanks for lending a helping hand, Kenny -- especially under such less-than-perfect conditions. You did a beautiful job posting my Philles LP collection for me, and I appreciate it more than you know. You're a great buddy!

  30. #30
    Forum members - Thanks for being patient. The posting is now complete, and you may commence posting to your heart's content!

  31. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Philles/Motown Gary View Post
    A HUGE round of thanks for lending a helping hand, Kenny -- especially under such less-than-perfect conditions. You did a beautiful job posting my Philles LP collection for me, and I appreciate it more than you know. You're a great buddy!
    Oh you know me. I never complain! LOL!

  32. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by kenneth View Post
    Oh you know me. I never complain! LOL!
    Rarely! LOL!!!

  33. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceNHarmony View Post
    Fascinating. I have 2 (or 3 ...) mid-late 70's British compilation lps and look forward to comparing those with the cuts listed here. Thanks!
    You're welcome, Peace! Are your British compilations, by any chance, the ones that Phil released on the Phil Spector International label?

  34. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by 144man View Post
    It's amazing how many Ronettes' tracks there were on the Crystals Sing the Greatest Hits
    Yeah, that's really odd, 144man. My guess is that Phil was testing The Ronettes' recording appeal before recording "Be My Baby" and the other Ronettes' hits. If he needed another new Crystals' LP, what better way to feature "Da Doo Ron Ron" and "Then He Kissed Me" than to fill it up with tracks by his newest unknown girl group -- The Ronettes. No one would know the difference. Up until then, The Crystals had already been represented on the charts by 3 different lead vocalists (Barbara, Darlene, and LaLa). What's one more different lead singer? Nobody knew Ronnie at that point. People would just figure it was yet another Crystal taking her turn on lead vocals. Gotta admit, though, it was really cool hearing Ronette Nedra Talley on lead vocals! Even I would have never guessed it was her! I would have figured it was Dee Dee Kennibrew of The Crystals taking her turn.

  35. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by motony View Post
    The Christmas LP came out before the date of the Kennedy assasination because my brother got it on his birthday Nov. 16th. We walked into the record store & flipped when we saw it displayed.The record label was the new Philles colors. Miami was a big record "breaking" market. Several of my Jr. High School friends also bought it. But we know it came out in the stores either on Nov. 16th or a couple days before.At least in Miami.
    Well, now, THAT's one for the books, motony -- especially since the Phil Spector books have always reported the release date as November 22, 1963 -- the day that President Kennedy was shot, etc. Being a test area for new product, I wonder if you folks in Miami got early copies ahead of the rest of the nation? I could understand that, to a degree, but what's really got me stumped is that your copy had the new yellow/red-label version since those weren't supposedly pressed until the 1964 release of the Christmas album. This is yet another one of those scratching-my-head inconsistencies that drive us collectors crazy! But if you and your friends and family had a copy in your possession, you should know better than anyone. Thanks for sharing that!

  36. #36
    @144man and Gar,

    I had no idea that some of the Crystals tracks were actually the Ronettes until reading this thread and listening to the "Sing the Greatest Hits" tracks. That is fascinating. Of course I knew it was the Blossoms on "He's a Rebel" and a few others but I never knew Spector just dropped Ronettes tracks into that Crystals album. And yes, nice to hear the other Ronette sing lead as well on a track!
    Last edited by kenneth; 08-24-2019 at 05:15 PM.

  37. #37
    Kenny, I was just as surprised as you when I first got The Crystals' "Sing The Greatest Hits (Vol. 1). Actually, Darlene's lead was only on two of The Crystals' hits ("He's A Rebel" and "He's Sure The Boy I Love"). The Ronettes' "Crystals" tracks were all by Ronnie except the one by Nedra. I wish they HAD included one by Ronnie's late sister, Estelle. I've always wondered what she sounded like.

  38. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by Philles/Motown Gary View Post
    Kenny, I was just as surprised as you when I first got The Crystals' "Sing The Greatest Hits (Vol. 1). Actually, Darlene's lead was only on two of The Crystals' hits ("He's A Rebel" and "He's Sure The Boy I Love"). The Ronettes' "Crystals" tracks were all by Ronnie except the one by Nedra. I wish they HAD included one by Ronnie's late sister, Estelle. I've always wondered what she sounded like.
    I thought I saw in one of the notes in your discography or it might have been in comments for one of the audio vids that Estelle had a few lines in one song...but don't recall now exactly where I saw it. Of course, you probably know off the top of your head whatever song it is!

  39. #39
    No, Estelle's lead vocals on any of Phil's productions is news to me. You must have read it in one of the YouTube viewer's comments.

  40. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by Philles/Motown Gary View Post
    No, Estelle's lead vocals on any of Phil's productions is news to me. You must have read it in one of the YouTube viewer's comments.
    And of course now I canít find it again!

  41. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by kenneth View Post
    And of course now I can’t find it again!
    Yeah, isn't that always the way!

  42. #42
    Kenny, these two videos are not Spector-related, but they'll give you an example of Estelle Bennett's voice.

    "The Year 2000":
    https://youtu.be/gpwMMZ-g2MU

    "The Naked Boy":
    https://youtu.be/bD9pUUv9xWc

    Estelle's Laurie Records 45:
    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F323807113230
    Last edited by Philles/Motown Gary; 08-24-2019 at 11:15 PM.

  43. #43
    The Crystals and The Ronettes shared at least a couple of songs - "I Wonder" and "Woman In Love (I'm A)" are examples that spring to mind. There's not much to choose between the latter but The Crystals made 2 versions of "I Wonder" and I don't believe I have the single version on CD which is the version I prefer. Is this version available on CD?

  44. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by mysterysinger View Post
    The Crystals and The Ronettes shared at least a couple of songs - "I Wonder" and "Woman In Love (I'm A)" are examples that spring to mind. There's not much to choose between the latter but The Crystals made 2 versions of "I Wonder" and I don't believe I have the single version on CD which is the version I prefer. Is this version available on CD?
    There's a version available on the "Back to Mono" box which sounds like it must be the single version. I had posted the info and the link before I realized it was the Ronettes version, and you were looking for the Crystals version.
    Last edited by kenneth; 08-25-2019 at 08:01 PM.

  45. #45
    Hey Mystery! I love both The Crystals' and The Ronettes' version of "Woman In Love" equally.

    Not counting a newer, remake version of "I Wonder" by the post-Philles Crystals, there is, to my knowledge, only one Phil Spector-produced version of "I Wonder" by The Crystals, and that is the record that you folks across The Pond got as a single. Phil didn't release it here in the U.S. at the time, as I believe he wasn't satisfied with it. For whatever reason, Phil couldn't book studio time at Gold Star, so The Crystals' "I Wonder" was recorded at a studio in NYC instead. As expected, the acoustics in the NY studio were far different from the perfect acoustics at Gold Star. Phil did all he could to compensate for the difference, but the end result was a strange, murky blend rather than the Wall Of Sound that we were accustomed to. I was surprised that he unleashed it on you guys in the U.K., although I see it went to #36 on the U.K. charts so, apparently, some folks liked it. I've gotta admit that it's really grown on me since the first time I heard it. In the YouTube video (below), if you scroll down to read the viewers' comments, fans from around the world really love The Crystals' "I Wonder".

    The only version of The Crystals' "I Wonder" that I know of is this:
    https://youtu.be/cGksVc1QWl8

    It's available on the following CDs here in the U.S.:

    The Crystals- "Best Of The Crystals":
    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F264314937486

    The Crystals - "Da Doo Ron Ron: The Very Best Of The Crystals"
    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F163828331898

    The Crystals- "He's A Rebel"
    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F201340082955

    Hope this helps.
    Last edited by Philles/Motown Gary; 08-25-2019 at 08:41 PM.

  46. #46
    Yeh, you're absolutely right and that's the only Crystals version I have too - I've no idea why I thought there was more than one version - perhaps I was thinking of "All Grown Up" by them but I have both versions of that too. The Ronettes and Crystals also recorded "Girls Can Tell" but I think I prefer The Ronettes version there.

  47. #47
    That's okay. It's easy to confuse one version with another. When it comes to "Girls Can Tell", I love The Ronettes' version, but LaLa's version seems the more powerful to me! Something about her whoa-oh-oh at the end just blows me away!

  48. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by Philles/Motown Gary View Post
    Kenny, these two videos are not Spector-related, but they'll give you an example of Estelle Bennett's voice.

    "The Year 2000":
    https://youtu.be/gpwMMZ-g2MU

    "The Naked Boy":
    https://youtu.be/bD9pUUv9xWc

    Estelle's Laurie Records 45:
    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F323807113230
    Wow, really offbeat material. She has a nice voice though. I wonder what they were trying for with these two strange songs?

  49. #49
    Who knows, Kenny? If memory serves, Estelle's record on the Laurie label was released in 1968. I think they were abandoning the girl-group sound for the hippie, folk-music route, just as Dion DiMucci did with "Abraham, Martin, And John", also on Laurie. Personally, that new music did nothing for me. I was disappointed with Estelle's voice, as well. I guess I was expecting more. But it was still interesting to hear, as I wasn't aware that she had ever recorded a solo record. Only yesterday, I was reading that Estelle lived a hard life after The Ronettes broke up back in the late '60s. She suffered from Anorexia and Schizophrenia, and was even homeless for a while. In the article, it was reported that, while wandering the streets of NYC, Estelle was overheard telling people that The Ronettes were set to perform at a jazz club which, of course, wasn't true. Very sad how quickly and easily our favorite performer's lives can go down the tubes in so short a time.
    Last edited by Philles/Motown Gary; 08-26-2019 at 01:58 AM.

  50. #50
    Wasn't parts of "I Wonder" used in another song, but I'm scratching my head trying to remember what it was?

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