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The Beehives

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Early 1960s girl group from the 1986 novel Fuel-Injected Dreams by James Robert Baker. Their 1963 hit was "Angel on the Highway," a teen death genre song, produced by hitmaker Dennis Contrelle, a Phil Spector-like producer.

Some lyrics:

Now I'm his angel on the highway
I see his lonely car below
Now I'm his angel on the highway
He loves me still oh this I know

The B-side was "Baby, Please," described as "...a slow, pulsating, romantic song..." Contrelle dumped them after the hit. He hated them, and actually did some of the vocals himself in falsetto.

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