These tune sure bring back some memories.

Ellie Greenwich, one of the most prolific song writers of the 60’s & 70’s, died Aug. 26
of a heart attack & pneumonia. She was 68. Here’s a list of only some of the songs she wrote:

“Leader of the Pack”
“Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts?”
“Hanky Panky”
“Da Doo Ron Ron”
“Today I Met The Boy I’m Gonna Marry”
“River Deep, Mountain High”
“Christmas Baby (Please Come Home)”
“I Can Hear Music”
“Do Wah Diddy Diddy”
“Chapel of Love”
“Be My Baby”
“And Then He Kissed Me”

Also produced some of Neil Diamond’s early hits, like “Cherry Cherry”

2 Responses to “MRRC”

  1. All Great songs from the roots of Rock & Roll. Too bad Phil Spector ruined a lot of them.

  2. Spector’s sound was a part of pop music history. Would the Righteous Brothers, etc. have sounded better with someone else. I’m not too sure.
    After obtaining Let It Be (Naked), he sure didn’t do the Beatles justice, that’s for sure.

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