Written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich, and Phil Spector, produced by Spector, The Ronettes’ “Baby I Love You” is still a stunner. With lead vocals by Ronnie Bennett, it was released in 1963, and hit #24 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #11 in the UK. The recording, like most of Spector’s early hits, was done at the Gold Star Studios in Hollywood with background vocals by Cher and The Blossoms. Yes, that Cher. In fact, Cher released her own version of the song in 1974, which failed to chart, and was never featured on any album.