Born to Be with You is an album by Dion, released in 1975 (see 1975 in music). 6 of the 8 tracks were produced by Phil Spector, who had expressed admiration of Dion's earlier work with his doo-wop outfit, Dion and the Belmonts. The recording sessions were lengthy and chaotic, and on completion in 1974 Spector himself shelved the release for 12 months only to find the album was largely met with indifference by the music establishment at the time. In the 1990s however, the album began to receive widespread critical acclaim, with artists such as Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream citing it as a key influence.
The recording sessions were lengthy and chaotic, often hampered by Spector's drinking and unpredictable temperament.Bruce Springsteen and Miami Steve visited the studio during the recording sessions. On its completion in 1974, DiMucci effectively disowned the record, stating that the production made it sound like "funeral music".
2001 Ace Records CD Reissue, which also pairs "Born To Be With You" with his 1976 album "Streetheart", contains an additional Phil Spector produced bonus track which had originally seen release as the b-side to the 1976 single "New York City Song"
"Baby, Let's Stick Together" (Phil Spector, Jeff Barry) 3:12