Ronnie — the voice that brought Spector back
Richard Williams, Melody Maker, 1 May 1971
BACK in 1963, the Ronettes were three highly-coiffeured teenage girls who swept up the charts on a furious wave of Spector sound. Their lead singer, Veronica Bennett, was also the most striking: mascara ringed her eyes like charcoal-dust and she looked the kind of lady you'd dream about, but wouldn't exactly take home to Mum.
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