Possibly the grooviest entry so far in this excellent exploration of 60s pop and the long-reaching influence of producer Phil Spector at the time! As with other volumes, this one features Spector sound-alikes – tracks that heavily borrow from his classic "wall of sound" techniques, and apply them on a range of 60s pop styles – from girl group vocals, to soul, rock, and more! The "culprits" in these acts include some Spector associates and other well-known music forces at the time – arrangers and producers who include Sonny Bono, Jack Nitzsche, Bergen White, Howard Farber, Quincy Jones, Gene Page, Bill Baker, Claus Ogerman, and even Bill Medley – who some could say learned his craft from Phil himself. Titles include "Just A Fool" by Jerry Ganey, "Down By The Ocean" by George N Sonny Sands, "He's Mine" by Alice Wonderland, "Let The Good Times Roll" by Judy Henske, "He Really Loves Me" by Debbie
Rollins, "Goodbye Baby" by Maureen Gray, "Yes Sir That's My Baby" by The Satisfactions, "That's The Way" by The Kit Kats, "Look Of Love" by Leslie Gore, "Sweet Sweet Love" by Bobby Sheen, "Cause I Love Him" by Alder Ray, "Gee I'm Sorry Baby" by The Sapphires, and "In My Lonely Room" by Martha & The Vandellas.