Ronnie Bennett (Spector) was actually the only member of The Ronettes who sang on the song and sing she did. Phil Spector recorded 42 takes before he was satisfied he had enough for his Wall Of Sound.
“Be My Baby” would become a huge hit reaching number two on the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE singles chart for three weeks during 1963.
Spector was at the height of his producing powers during this period of time and would employ a fill orchestre and all manor of backing singers including a young Cher).
“Be My Baby” remains one of the best examples of the early sixties girls group sound that was so popular at the time.