Phil Spector had her sing background vocals for the entire Christmas album. Also, when Darlene Love didn't show up for the session, Spector had her record background vocals for "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" by The Righteous Brothers. Release history
By the time "He's a Rebel" went to number 1, Lester Sill was out of the company, and Spector had Philles all to himself. He created a new act, Bob B. Soxx & the Blue Jeans, featuring Darlene Love, Fanita James (a member of the Blossoms), and Bobby Sheen, a singer he had worked with at Liberty.
Spector then recorded "I Love How You Love Me" with The Paris Sisters. Entering the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 in October 1961, "I Love How You Love Me" reached No. 5 that November. Billboard named the song #100 on their list of 100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time. The song was used in episode 5 of the 2017 Twin Peaks continuation.
Over the subsequent decades, he recorded numerous unreleased renditions of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'". One of them, recorded during the sessions for the 1977 album The Beach Boys Love You, was released on the 2013 compilation Made in California. Spector himself later rated the song as the pinnacle of his achievement at Philles Records.
The Beach Boys Love You is the 21st studio album by American rock band the Beach Boys, released April 11, 1977 on Brother/Reprise. Sometimes referred to as the band's " punk " or " synth pop " album,  Love You is distinguished for its pioneering use of synthesizers and its juxtaposition of adolescent-oriented lyrics with the adult band members' rough vocals.
En 1974 fundó el sello Warner-Spector con Warner Bros. Records produjo para Cher A Woman's Story, Baby, I Love You, A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knockin' Every Day), (Just Enough To Keep Me) Hangin' On con Harry Nilsson).
Riuscì a raggiungere solo il 56º posto, ma la successiva, I Love How You Love Me fu un successo, e arrivò al 5º posto. Nell'autunno 1961 , Spector fondò, assieme a Lester Sill, che nel frattempo aveva interrotto la sua cooperazione con Lee Hazlewood, una nuova etichetta discografica: la Philles Records .