- 22 April 2013
- 21 April 2013
1963: The track for "Not Too Young To Get Married" is recorded, soon to be released with vocals by Bob. B Soxx & the Blue Jeans.
- 18 April 2013
In April 1965, The Ronettes release "Is This What I Get For Loving You," one of the most powerful productions released by the group during the 1960s. The percussion breaks behind Ronnie Spector's vocal are especially intense. This record was cut between massive productions for The Righteous Brothers and building toward the following years' signature breakthroughs by Phil Spector for Ike & Tina Turner.
- 17 April 2013
In April 1961, Phil Spector produces a solo record Arlene Smith, lead singer of The Chantels, who had one of the very first rock 'n' roll era Girl Group hits in 1957, "Maybe." Arlene sings "Love, Love, Love" and the Gerry Goffin/Carol King number "He Knows I Love Him Too Much" on this hard-to-find disc.