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History has cemented the merits of many a family band throughout the years – none more so than sisters Veronica and Estelle Bennett and their cousin, Nedra Talley.
Sure, a regular old Ronettes poster is alright, but a framed print is the way to go if you fancy adding a bit of class to your bedroom, lounge or hallway.
Printed on high quality 250gsm smooth art paper for the premium finish.
Available The Ronettes wall art sizes:
A4 Art Print : 21cm x 29.7cm (frame not included)
A3 Art Print : 29.7cm x 42cm (frame not included)
A2 Art Print : 42cm x 59.4cm (frame not included)
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Our iconic illustrations are also available framed in sizes A4 and A3.
A Brief History Of The Ronettes
After performing for a few years under the name The Darling Sisters, the group signed to legendary producer Phil Spector’s Philles label in 1963 and were prodded to change their name to The Ronettes soon after.
Clearly infatuated with the talents of Veronica (Ronnie) from the get-go, Spector was the man responsible for putting her centre stage and using the group as a driving force for his now-famous ‘Wall of Sound’ approach. Phil and Ronnie would go on to get married in 1968, although divorced less than a decade later. So it goes.
Tracks like ‘Be My Baby’ and ‘How Does It Feel’ are a prime example of how well the trio’s harmonies suited the orchestral pop production style. The resulting sound is what sets The Ronettes apart from the countless other soul groups knocking around the mid 60s.
Whether the topic is pure joy, heartache or Santa’s sleigh, Spector’s magic behind the mixing desk adds a unique dimension to the feel of each Ronettes track. Sometimes there’s a hint of spookiness, sometimes a surf-rock edge, sometimes it’s just plain gold.
- The Ronettes – How Does It Feel (1964)
- The Ronettes – Be My Baby (1965)
- The Ronettes – Breakin’ Up (1964)
Words - Daniel Jones
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For framed prints, Mainland (U.K) Parcels are sent sent Royal Mail Tracked 48 so you should receive your order within 2 working days once dispatched.
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Festive period - our last orders for Christmas delivery are the 19th of December. Please note production for canvas and t-shirts is closed until the 4th of January.
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