The Ronettes were one of the most vocally talented groups of the 1960s and their enchanting tones are especially evident in this clip.

"Baby I Love You" was written for the group by Phil Specter as a follow up to their hugely successful debut, "Be My Baby."

The song would prove to be another success for Darlene Love and the other Ronettes, reaching number 24 on the pop and number 6 on the R&B charts.

Another fun fact: "Baby I Love You" featured Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Leon Russell on piano.

Listen below to hear The Ronettes' absolutely gorgeous focus completely isolated from the music.

[via DangerousMinds.net]