Released: August 1963

Brian Wilson probably won’t mind sitting pretty one stop below this track – he thinks it’s the finest pop song ever written. The greatest exponent of producer Phil Spector's Wall of Sound technique, this sugar-sweet, heart-busting hit by The Ronettes was a true collaboration between producer and muse (singer Ronnie Bennett and Spector would later marry). Wilson reportedly listened to this track 100 times a day, and thanks to its irresistible charm and deceptive simplicity, it wouldn’t be much of a hardship.

 
 

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