Be my baby: how I survived mascara, miniskirts, and madness, or my life as a fabulous Ronette

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Harmony Books, Sep 1, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 318 pages
24 Reviews
Ronnie Spector tells what it was really like to be lead singer in the fabulous Ronettes in the '60s. She recounts the exhiliration of being on stage and the nightmare as her career crashed to halt. Filled with revealing personal glimpses of David Bowie, John Lennon, and other rockets. Two 8-page photograph inserts.

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Review: Be My Baby: How I Survived Mascara, Miniskirts, and Madness, or My Life As a Fabulous Ronette

User Review  - Katie Boyer - Goodreads

Ronnie has had quite a life! Very glad I read this, especially before seeing her live this past weekend (she is still amazing at 70!). It's an easy read and although it's not great writing, the story of her rise to fame and her relationship with Phil Spector is super interesting. Read full review

Review: Be My Baby: How I Survived Mascara, Miniskirts, and Madness, or My Life As a Fabulous Ronette

User Review  - Veronica Boeve - Goodreads

As an avid reader/supporter of all music-related biographies, this one was just okay. It is not that Ronnie Spector had an uninteresting life, I just did not appreciate her voice as a storyteller. To ... Read full review

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Ozzie and Harriet in Spanish Harlem
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A Little More Mascara
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