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Ronnie Spector, '60s icon who sang ‘Be My Baby,’ dies at 78

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Ronnie Spector, '60s icon who sang ‘Be My Baby,’ dies at 78

"Singer singer Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector and and the the Ronettes Ronettes has has died died after after a a brief brief battle battle with with cancer cancer according according to to her her family family she she was was seventy seventy eight eight I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with a a look look at at her her life life and and career career Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector wrote wrote in in her her memoir memoir back back when when the the run run outs outs were were known known as as Ronnie Ronnie in in the the relatives relatives they they had had yet yet to to have have a a hit hit so so they they wow wow to to their their audiences audiences with with tight tight skirts skirts and and lots lots of of mascara mascara the the audition audition for for Bennett's Bennett's future future husband husband and and ex ex husband husband producer producer Phil Phil Spector Spector in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty three three he he produced produced their their heads heads be be My My Baby Baby baby baby I I love love you you and and Christmas Christmas songs songs like like sleigh sleigh ride ride Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector had had a a resurgence resurgence in in popularity popularity when when Eddie Eddie money money featured featured her her on on his his nineteen nineteen eighty eighty six six on on take take me me home home tonight tonight a a movie movie based based on on her her autobiography autobiography is is in in the the works works

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"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

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06:07 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"Cop was gonna get cheated. Those specter john lennon instant karma. And like you said you know. He has this period and sixty nine or seventy seventy one where he's in. England work with the beatles very productive assists in the making of these masterpieces which bring joy to millions and millions of dollars To the beatles and allen klein into himself but then he's back in. La is marriages collapsed. He surrounded himself with bodyguards and and latkes them into council others very talented kids. But i mean this is a thirty something man hanging out with these teenagers. Who are thrilled to be in his presence. And there's a sort of ghoulish nocturnal play-acting aspects to it. That is chilling especially no outcome. But in the meantime in the seventies he tries several times to get back into the game. I mean he. He has disastrous sessions in london in los angeles with john lennon. Like you said this is one where he not only pulled a gun but he fired a gun in the studios is correct right. Yeah you probably got into the ceiling And john denham hangs over your about. This may panga their in studio and it wasn't until the next morning the rhody sort of canes of breakfast and tries cries the pull it out of the ceiling if a goldstar had when i was a it was a live bullet. But these these were the rock and roll sessions and they were. They were completely out of complete out of control. I mean it was drinking heavily. Lennon was completely out of control. He was on furlough at you like grim from yoko. He was there in There in los angeles with may. Who's this this young assistants Obviously very lovely person but this complete out of debt lennon was hanging around with people. Harry nilsson and ringo getting intolerably drunk behaving like an idiot in the troubadours pretty because ten owns on his head and just the whole whole seeing was. That was a scene of soda. Rock excess and degradation radio that doesn't dignify anybody. It was turning up the recording studios one occasion dressed as a surgeon. You know in a white coat with a stethoscope around his neck One night lennon was was so drunk. That's a spectrum and enjoy had to take him back to lou and to this house where he was then was Staying m- actually tied him up. He was so drunk. Who seven out of control and inspect to go cup right up Selenium woke up tied up so the whole thing was just a just a terrible situation really. I think the music on the album bears that out. I mean it's it's it's a pretty. I mean the only reason then then recorded that album sentenced out to recall that album Was that he owed money. is through new york Long this on On the eve the from some so it was it was. It wasn't george golden ally since you get these more slavi that he had the money to give you reason with linda. Linda really embarks just because he owed monies morris navy who is a was a pretty hard nosed. Music is that And so he. He promised to recall the recall. One eleven songs and you had a piece of the album i think. Say so the whole the whole thing goes to a very past listening and it didn't get any better from then on. I think it's an album. That's best for gardening and specter wasn't even able to bring it to the finish line which becomes a pattern in the book. Talk about an attempt to work with share. Who had been you know. became famous working with sonny bono. Who had been specter's protege. In the sixties and then now sunny laughed and sunny share became superstars. Then in the seventies share is a superstar gone solo. and she's working with david geffen specter known as a flunky in the sixties and by this point geffen has become one of the kings and spectacle punches geffen and a homophobic slur. Out him in the middle of this. I should tell us about that. Disaster well again. It's it's older. Be springs registered sums of a man who was increasing out of control. I mean as you say. I in a way. He's been gift wrapped with with a with a potential stall their potential. Hit their show hetero reputation They knew each other. they've been friends they. They went back a long way and She was seeing david. Geffen of that oil and gas comes into the studio themselves making some sort of suggestions about the way the record should sound. Sort of indulgence or or negotiating. The situation expected to take some punch him He he was he was he was really his own worst. Enemy and and alcohol was the ancient. The you know that was the fuel that was put on the flame ready and and and it didn't take a lot of the fills a soda. It's really slain out of control and to become unbearable. I mean people talk if in it in that alcoholic stage in that in that in that drunken status as being unbearable being obnoxious and so it's really no surprise. The session was very very quickly as it out I think there's one came out of that enough like knocking Which was an equal some back in the back in the phillies days But you know that that that could have been that could have been something that would actually petuous his career at that point and kept it in the limelight. An active and working through man who carry guns around in a landfill so you had a.

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"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

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05:25 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"Very strange elements. It's it's it's still about wanting to control people Wanted to happen under his Not wanting to leave when they want to the All of this is this. Is the this this. This sort of incubates like like a cancer inside him and jumping ahead enough south myself here. But i think this actually reaches. It's it's it's it's most malevolent flourishing in definitely on the fox You know he was somebody that wanted to lead people and and he wanted to save money. And i wanted to do and she wasn't she wasn't really I bypass new. Means we she domestic person who was cut out to be cut after being. Good his wife. Somebody said When we couldn't even an egg so she wasn't gonna be sitting in the Saving kitchen devising and the fishes sort of south nuisance if he feels stomach happy She had a painting by numbers set. And she walked. They signed soaps and work on her fingernails. I think that was that was her existence for many many years. That's not that's not an existence which is gonna make you happy. so when we come was very bitter very rancorous very acrimonious eventually fled from the house with her mother. A romanian up athlete to get away And of course. The default supplement was was very putin. Save with phil And and he got his revenge by Washing on the back of east check. If i can use a four letter word but beginning with. They're all on the fact of the check that he sends it through our mindy so that the the bank was shown over over the the jack. And there'd be this This expensive living there so We ended up hating her. And i think she ended up patient and it wasn't. Fema come astle and around this time. He adds another element to the mix when he hires amending george brand to be his bodyguard. And this adds the frisian of guns and gun. Play and tussle about george brand and phil spector's relationship because it seems like brand ultimately took care of phil and phil children. I mean was a protective force but same time added this real palpable minutes to the. Ara phil spector. I think that's right. I mean jewish became not just his bodyguard. He became missile general. Thanks coach became a member of the family He had a room in inspectors house Up until that point There's no indication that goes bodyguards. Carry guns i mean. He likes to surround himself kind. Experts in martial arts and like refrigerators you know feed guys who can often themselves But jewish grand karrada gun and at that point we begin to hear about are carrying a gun and becoming very negative kettering guns guns guns around holsters around his ankles. You buy guns around the house Bizarre stories about him Making making telephone that suits or to record executives business school and he'd be there with with a sort of gun on the table gun in his hand while he was making these calls they could sit not aware of it but almost almost to sort of empower himself. In some way. I think gums made him feel bigger than you. Wars guns gays in the sense of a sense of confidence so deep came to see himself in the godfather. And i mean that quite literally i mean he would sit down with the two brothers who amy sort of apprentices in a way these were the sons upon the castle on the seventy. The great wrestled soon the the sound days. The castle brothers At his guidance able i made out seem go for them. Come sit at my table. You know he literally sort of acting out scenes with with with with Phyllis don corleone. He began to read into his sort of in place. It sensor so reinforced his sense of self. And of course it also exacerbated fact that tendencies that i mentioned earlier or not ones into people to go of intimidating people. This would be into the stories about phil pulling out guns in the studio People being.

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"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

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04:52 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"Think that's absolutely right. And i think that's a measure of the respect that he had for for john lennon And also Connection through connection by by the rather grudging respect the yoko. Not because i think she was there as actually was ruled signs atlanta side in that period And specs i sort of rally led me to believe that you know she. She had all the more to say about the record. And the way the reference should be made than than than inspector would necessarily life But he was prepared to Indulge shall we say. But i think it's i think it's a that that record in particular is a measure of how much spectrum could or degrees degrees expected could actually boroughs ego berry sense of grandiosity in the service of the artist and that is compared to the usual phil spector productions now is incredibly stalled incredibly stripped back almost naked. You might say it's were the reviews some It's a very sparse Sounding record old which actually perfectly matched the the themes of the songs because that's that's the almonds Final scream album Sounds like aw. I don't believe in jesus elvis people's i guess leaving me mapa of love. You know those are some in which land is really really battering soul and i think the recognized and respected the fact different man's burying his soul. It doesn't need to do it with the wall of sound behind. And let him bears so and then around the time he starts working with george harrison. George harrison's tackle for solo album all things must pass and that's very much a collaboration between harrison inspector. Talk about the dynamics between those two on not creating that masterpiece love and respect joe charts And it goes. This was a very important record. Patrols charleston's bay to georgia pin storing up songs over over the previous few years The beatles hadn't used on their albums and this would really his trump to stem straight his brother frustration abilities as a songwriter and an and as an independent creator and i think specs a respected net as well but again the approach. She was like different. I mean it's it's much more. Recognizably of a phil spector record or feel special production. One should say And you know he applied the same techniques he be fooled the road studios with a of musicians speed dramas including ringo starr. All keyboards homes put certain guitarist including eric clapton. Accruals and it's recognizably phil. Spencer wrestled i think are recognizably. Phil spector productions. I i think that's the i think that's the best sort britos album there ever was. I think i think is a better album than than any of the any albums. A better out of the chances made off the back. It's it's a terrific rippled but it's sort of ended inches a little bit I think by then spent two. He was out of his comfort zone. Geographically been in london. He didn't like to travel He didn't like being in england. He didn't like english television. He didn't like english food. You didn't like staying in english sale Each started drinking more heavily so so he was he was getting a bit out of hand in the studio I think tampa's begins afraid a little bit and eventually Abandoned the sessions Leaving george to do the vocal autopsy on guitar jobs which i've been rather rather puzzled. An anger chose harrison As as somebody said later what if you're charleston call. Look i look after his thompson of oklahoma dopson tolerate who can but it's not a produces duty. I do think to leave the office to do that. There was another funny Memo that expect you're actually filed two hundred and from back in america Giving him sort of specific.

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"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

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06:57 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"Very much like a full special record sold. It sounded like sort of finish soul motown record beautiful sold out and had to moderate success with that But then that tubes very short lived and and he was rudy he was drifting. I think using a period of sort of now where he belonged or what he was supposed to be doing. Whatever it is friends David castle played on. Lois phil spector records describing the thing like sherlock holmes without a case and i think that's a very app to app description and lifeline was was The end of nineteen sixty nine When the beatles winning to to abbey road to recall What would prove to be there and get back. And the sessions going back to work out so anybody satisfaction And and they sort of show though sessions for awhile and unsure what to do in the meantime. Ailing flynt's has moved into the picture and klein use of way back. And it was klein's idea to suggest the briefing so spicy should be role in so To to to to to to find his three album let it to to fruition. And and in 'gendering seventy he arrived in london An atlas intentions. It's it's up to what it always wanted to do. It really which was to what the beetle gave him a sense of mission that he needed. I mean working with the blank slate. It just it seemed like a continuation of his period in the mid sixties when he thought about signing eleven spoonful or contended for the rascals but it just couldn't really throw himself in anything but he definitely threw himself into the beatles. he's in england for almost two years. you know. A lot of people have knocked his version of. Let it be most famously. Paul mccartney who re released the album and two thousand one. I think as let it be naked and glenn. John's the engineer on the project has has knocked up. John lennon and george harrison were always supporters of phil spector's version of let it be. I think lennon said something. We gave him the biggest pile of shit sounding shit and he gave us back a serviceable record. Which i think is a pretty fair assessment But then he goes on to work with with lennon on the song instant karma. Can you tell us a little bit about how that came together. It will actually Wh-what was with the iraq. Did under the nineteen seventy. I'm the very first thing he did was to record. Instant karma relentless in london for a few days and he met up with lenin. Lenin was going into the studio To do this song as in calm and If bill went in there to to produce that and it was funny enough. It was a surprise even to everybody who is on this councilwoman Play based on that record told me that erupts at the session And the musicians are in the studio and they could hear a voice coming the control room. getting all sorts of instructions. Only at that when they realize it was actually phil spector who was producing the right word. But i think the fact that he that he spun a dime metaphorically speaking went into the studio world letting did lenin and showed lennon that you know he comes down an older actually get things done. He wasn't just cruising. He wasn't wasting time and of combat events or call me these these sort of rather moribund tapes from from the beatles and turned them into something. Serviceable as you say. I think more than serviceable. Actually i think he made a very credible job of it is the job of it. Because the the the the song of the major control the sea and that really Raised for mccartney's iowa was the long and winding road Which should expect a full force spectrum that you might say he added is. He added courses. That he added strings. suddenness raw simple rather plaintive ballard into this sort of huge melodramatic statements. We which almost acted as a sort of finale really gross cinemascope finale to the beatles career but mccartney hated that because He claimed that specs. I hadn't sold it. He was going to do that. But i i learned about it was when he actually heard the track and as you say he all the took his Took his revenge Many many years later by releasing let it pretty naked and i think that actually was an exit revenge against greater It was it was him off. Rule these years nurturing this sense of jensen resentments and sense of having been betrayed by the primary violence line but it was being portrayed by by That was his that was his revenge. Album won a grammy that year and and county very happily win jumping on received a grammy so he couldn't have been that that disillusioned with it all Because certainly i think it's serves the sort of onset of ambition agreement. We might say the nurturing for six years ever since in the in the nine hundred sixty four actually be back with them on a plane to america on name. yeah Well he didn't have a lot of good to say about another things that happened in the british day in about the way music and at that point i think he is of particular affection for the faithful respect and almost a sense of off of the basal so work on their album with a fantastic thing. A crushing disappointment. When mccarthy was so critical inspector also managed to get himself into some of the feuding that was going on lennon. Mccartney were sniping back and forth and george harrison was generally taken linen side and specter kind of threw himself into that Brouhaha a little bit. And i think you de mccartney's bitterness all these years later is some of it can be attributed to specter taking part in the cat call in like the recording of how do you sleep for example that spector produced on the imagine album was a pretty vicious hit at mccartney. I kind of see it from both sides. I mean You know it sort of brought out the worst inspector to to give him a feud to jump into and he was always happy to take part in the feud but he records instant karma finishes up. Let it be and then kara in an instant was the right word. They recorded it quickly and released it within a week of the recording of wave. He's dodging the let it be project. But then he works with lennon again on plastic ono band and unlike instant karma where you can definitely tell this is phil spector record. The way record. The drums is very different but on john lennon plastic connor band. He really stepped back. I mean this is one of the few works phil spector. That doesn't have. The phil spector fingerprint. All over it. It's one of the few times where he really stepped back. And let the artists take the forefront. I.

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"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

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06:49 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"To relate my feelings and that was phil spector with the personal message that he closed his famous phil. Spector's christmas album and this is a project that he poured everything into in the summer of nineteen sixty three. Tell us a little bit about this. And what it's ultimately. Fate was a of christmas albums And he like christmas indeed jewish as he was He was very nominee with the with the with the notion. Of the quintessential american. Christmas or the quintessential anglo american christmas if you like chestnuts roasting around and old bloke fire and fake snow on christmas tree and slave bells santa claus and all of that kind of stuff. white christmas of goals by jewish songwriter of berlin Which was never slow to point out The most popular christmas song ever ever ever written the hats so we got decided to do a to d do christmas album and this was also a way to bring together all of the phillies office under one under one umbrella. And and and in a way to show off the label to show off his office And to show up himself. Mostly it's cold phil spector's christmas gift for you Motown christmas albums. they've never grew. Very gold is christmas. Gift for you. so again. This was very much about filled in about thrilled. Stampings and premature on it and december rule the team in ghost up through the course of Scorchingly hot august Haven't trump this. Christmas answer in the middle of august And i mean absolutely fantastic record And then some of the most terrible of face because the week it was released Was the same week in which President kennedy was assassinated and up to that. Nobody was in. The mood for phil spector's christmas album and the antelope died died. A very sad Commercial debt but interesting. It's it's one of those records just going on and on and on and i didn't know what happens in america but certainly here in britain You know christmas coming because you begin to hear all these before. Christmas album songs on the radio and they still played incessantly And the christmas wouldn't be christmas without macos of christmas album. And that's very much true In the states to this day and immediately on the hills of the kennedy assassination the beatles role in from england and conquer. The world and a beatles are huge. Phil spector fans you know. They had done a version of to lubbock to know him is to love him at their deck. Auditions john. lennon in particular loved phil. Spector's productions inspectors excited by the music. But this is harboring or of change that he never really recovers from. I think that's absolutely right. The yeah I mean he was He was in london plugging the row next door over here And he was in london. And you're back into new the beatles on the same plane as as the beatles When when they landed in ninety sixty four And if you put some of that you can see phil shuffling down the airplane steps behind the wearing corduroy basis kaplan. I'm looking rather sort of all the chance to be in the company of these of this new new quad sensation And of course it was. It was a relationship with the were done. has spectacular results. Some years lisa Right at the very end of their career with the let it be album and then joined that and george harrison and so forth but that particular time of the british invasion the beatles herman's hermits some believe may seem to recall freddie. The dream is even more unbelievable as it may seem to recall People in commend the rolling stones. The british invasion really swept away. She swathes of american popular music at that time. Dominated ways dominated the media. All the excitement was was about these. These extraordinarily long head kids from london kids from liverpool coming over with this. What appears to be a by refreshing sizing use on And it made the of sound made bills waller to sound sound sound pretty old pretty quick and it didn't mall 'cause demis immediately of course Had a big hit with the romance. Walking in the rain was Was off features. That arrived in america and then as we've said you've lost that loving feeling and And then river deep mountain high. But i think he was. He was rather blindsided by. But by this and and unsure quite how to play this quite what to do He actually design the rolling stones to phillies. Which would have been really really interesting about. I would have been a pretty amazing thing to see He was friends with the manager. Andrew oldham we'd fancied based lot of his moves as a manager on still andrew oldham idolized phil And when phil spector came to britain For the first time he met andrew oldham andrew calls it in took him around town introduced into various people And they went along suits to deco to try and get a decade to The rolling stones label to try. And get a decorative surrender the contracts to Do that is because decker. Were having absolutely nothing to do with that And businessmen recession with actually play on the rolling stone session and and gene pitney turns out with contrary just coming from coming from france So at least he's a high times and good signs but I personally i would love to see. Spectral produce the rolling stones. I think that we've been really really interesting thing. But that was not be an. And i think the british invasion as i say it will not seen for six and sixty five. You know he. He makes it through kind of bluffs. His way through sixty four and away has the enormous success with the righteous brothers. And that sort of overshadows how much who was struggling then in sixty five. He tries this on the young rascals and ahmet ertegun of atlantic beats him out literally they're having a showdown they're both schmoozing the band the same night Hitting back and forth like a ping pong table and amish wins that. He tries us the lovin. Spoonful who are about to become one of the hottest folk rock bands. Going john sebastian. Thanks phil spector would probably be the wrong producer for them and he was probably right and then he signs a folk group in los angeles the modern folk quartet ever really fascinating some with them but he never releases ed.

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"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

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07:49 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"Was the famous bridge to know to know him is to love him By the teddy. Bears and phil spector apparently cop that bridge from wagner. Well that was that was what that clung. God's sobe yes that's she said she never stand wagner so she wouldn't know the difference but he you know he had a pretty extensive musical education Not only at school I think the one teacher that he got on with the schools his music teacher Who who who venerated in dueled but also from friends around one guy in particular are variously man they michael spence who he was at school with Who had a whose parents had a very extensive record collection and would spend afternoons over. Michael spence's house really listening to show tunes and pop tunes and broken road shootings listening to classical music And studied love with classical music of ezekiel kestrel classical music and that became a very A very significant part. I think not so much sound that he crazy but in the sensibility that informed him where he came to see welcome role in the same way as classical music. I mean he. He called the records he made little symphonies to the kids And one of the things that makes him unique. I think is at that time. Most people regarded rock-n-rollers pop music and something that was disposable something ephemeral. it was a fad. It was a fashion. It'll never catch on. It'll die out within a year or two not be interested. Phil spector or what he was doing as off and he made these records to loss. He made these records as if they will kestrels. Wonderful stimulus is if the very summit of classical music hebrew. That sort of perfectionism idealism and that kind of vision to his music and that was something that really distinguished him from pretty much every other music producer in the pop field at that time and he gets an education as a result of having a number one hit with the teddy bears and the main lesson he learns is that you don't want to be an artist in the music business. You wanna be behind the scenes. That's right we've had. This was adviser to be given to some years earlier by a very very fine jazz guitarist. Coupon castle Whom fill the met when he was about fifteen and Feel i'd like bonnie castle. Idolized is playing and in fact it was his sister who arranged for fulfills a community. Bonnie castle And castle said you know if you if you really want to create you go to think about songwriting and you think about producing And i think what happened with Mister laughing all the concerned him in that the teddybears went out onto Feel didn't enjoy that in the slightest on one occasion rather passively. Roughed up in the in the laboratory after show It wasn't a singer eddie. you know. And he'd always saw himself as as something bigger than that if you like as a producer producer writer and i also think the fact that he saw an absolute absolute pistons from To know him is to love him a negligible amount of money. I think that was an early lessening the fact that It's not the office that made the money it's the produces and it's the record labels and the publishes and the songwriters that make the money And that was the lesson. But he's very much to heart and of course she pulled everything he did thereafter and once. He's learned that lesson. He immediately starts to cultivate contacts at a higher level in the music industry. Started with a guy named lester sill. That's right. I mean let's assume was was was a well-known figure in the los angeles music business And among the answers to or the potanin. I should say who who who would want with less What we're lebron stolen jerry. Lebron might stolen at that point. Phenomenally successful some writing and production partnership And through less sill Filled with sort of introduced to lebron installer. Let los angeles and went off to you or more or less. isn't apprentice. Deliver install installer and of course it was install a who had acts like the coasters and particularly the drifters and there were for the drifters Was pretty influential really I mean they they they had a a similarly kinda grand ambition. What pop music could be And with the drifters they used string arrangements and they also introduced this sort of by on the latin. American shop will be something like bad. Goes my baby by christie's A two songs have have a very sophisticated sounds of an and they recreating that sound leaving solo creating that sound using multiples of instruments two or three guitarists lots and lots of percussionist. And again this is. This is a lesson that The bill Learned early on from them. I have to say the lebron still together one one over by still liba. He described as a strange dome sh And and had a way of sort of unsettling people he could be conducting the way of putting it always always believe in his own greatness. even when other people didn't believe in his in his greatness He wasn't someone who showed a great deal of gratitude He someone who would take advantage of anything or anyone. That came his way Without so much as the by-your-leave or or or goodbye note of things so it wasn't an most popular person but as time goes on His success is golden touch Raw the overruled his failings defects may have been and i think that's exemplified. Really with lebron stolen is he he He approached jerry. Lieber at one point and said that he wanted to write a song with him now. Lebeau was headed. Somebody partner might still good was out of town so lebron odds to endorse specter. Said you know okay fair enough. Let's try something And expect to leave his apartment and together. They wrote spanish all of which was an extraordinary hit from the christmas But i feel what kind of changes take all the credit for these things And and and you know you're getting the sense that he he was angling to take over from From mike stola which because jerry wasn't gonna have an do but he was he well his he. He makes the alliance lebron solar. He plays lead guitar and their productions notably and the solo and on broadway but he makes numerous other connections as well. He befriends on erdogan of atlantic records. Don kirshner valdan music. Who and cursors kind of The king of the brill building. At this point he's he's got signed to his publishing company neil sadaqa greenfield Gerry and carole king Cynthia's will man while and And jeff berardelli green witch and so he cultivates all these relationships he also refrains dot poem Who's part more human or signed to hill and range which is elvis is publishing company. And there's one point in the book when you tell the story of phil bragging that he signed one hundred percent to labour installer atlantic records and hill and range all at the same time.

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"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

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07:45 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"Author of tearing down the wall of sound. The rise and fall of phil spector mic. Welcome point very nice. It'd be here thank you. yes this is. I think the definitive biography of phil spector. And you were lucky enough to interview him in his mansion weeks. Before the tragic death of clarkson extraordinarily fortunate he hadn't given an interview for many many years and i was able to secure that interview And went out to Los angeles admixed fooled releasing him over the course of an afternoon And then shortly after that as you say Came this terrible incident where shut down the clocks And interesting what what he said to me in interview describing his mental state about being relatively insane and Having demons inside him and so forth that back very sadly became the template for rule that was written about phil spector thereafter But i have to say that. The phil spector. I met was was very charming. Funny one of those fascinating interviews. I've had and that's kind of the economy. I wanna i wanna get out a little bit with. Phil spector as the combination of this gifted individual. I mean an almost singularly gifted individual. This is somebody who could sing. Who wrote a number one hit song and recorded it at age. Eighteen who rose dramatically through the ranks of the record industry on his own record company flat out by the time he was twenty one and a half or so jacqueline and say no. I mean it's extraordinary extraordinary phenomenon Nikkon very fine English writer member memorably described him. As the first cy kunsi Hang on let me get that right. Sorry off It was told. Thank you. yeah you're you're right Phil spector wasn't sure So moved very many memorably described as the first tycoon team and uniquely. He was a producer who was bigger than his office. and and a producer who actually stamped his identity very very much. The music Irregardless of who. He was recording so they weren't Kristen's records or righteous brothers records liberals those of the names of the is on the label. They essentially phil spector records and that fingerprint unique and indelible So he was he was. He was the first producer superstar. Ready any he has an pretty much unmatched run of hits from say six eight sixty one tell sixty four had what fifteen twenty top ten hits in a row something like that. Yeah i i think ninety sixty three resist. I and miraculous Where he had successive hits by Daunting love the crystals were nets. of course one after the out the by these And then of course we have the righteous brothers. You've must that loving feeling Which i think is probably still one of the most if be most played record ever on pop. Music radio River deep mountain. High by i can see in. Its own He he was a phenomenon so many what what he does really is that he is out that era between the first Gusto blast rock and roll in the late. Nineteen fifties with artists. Like little richard and fats domino chuck berry it's rematch between the arrival of the beaches And the british invasion in america in ninety sixty four and period between from as you say prepar. The late is through throughout sixty four sixty five a spectrum was just about the hottest thing in american pop music and yet by age twenty six. He invests everything into one last monumental rolling the dice with a single with i contain a turner river deep mountain high. It's stiffs in the us. And essentially he goes into retirement at twenty six. That's true mean that's a very very important in his career because i think by that point The feeling in the record industry was already but the wall of sound this unique sound the spectrum prison the feeling was that he was grabbing kind stale And i think specter was aware of that so he was also that he wasn't terribly popular man in the recording industry itself so this joke is becoming less and less inclined to play. His records was another of resentment against phil. Facts up So he pulled everything into that into that record with. I can see And some people would say is the actual sort of some nation as it were the wall of sound. That's not my view. My view is that the crystals records Do wrong ron And certainly you've lost that you've lost that loving feeling to me. Those those are the actual sort of really ethics spectrum productions. I i find the river deep mountain high a little bit of a complicated little over cluttered the fact that it was a it was a terrible failure in america and there are lots of reasons that have been abandoned so that one is that it was neither a black radical. Nora white record one is as i say that the street was all set to take revenge. On phil spector but whatever reasons especially it was absolutely crushed by this and he actually took out an advertisement in the american trade Trade magazines benedict on was right sizing. The degreaser traded sided with the british against the americans. Because the record have been a number one record. In in britain britain always loved those specs. a a never lost that love for him but in america he become cold and he withdrew from the industry for many many years. And that was that. Was the death knell of spectators. Great moment in rock and roll and so now that have given kind of a pocket history of his initial rise and fall. Let's go back and talk about his his origin. Where did phil spector. come from. What was his family like. He was born in the bronx in new york in Thousand nine hundred forty And grew up in a working class household in in in the bronx His fault for still company and tragedy struck very own like his father killed himself. When phil was nine and the family which is to say fill his mother and his elder sister shirley moved to los angeles and i think he was very much a fish out of water in los angeles Here he was. This is small Or runs ish looking pail Not serve repossessing young man Suddenly cost into this land of the gods in in in la with propential- sunshine which spector hated. Never liked sunshine wasn't interested the slide. Bit all wasn't interested in the slightest bit in the beach I also things went easy for him at home I mean giving the his father. Children self There was a lot of anger and a lot of sadness in the family and a lot of rowing and phil was constantly being put upon by both his mother and his sister. Somebody describes it as a tag team in wrestling. These two rooms take turns picking on poor little still so he was. He was the out cost very much but he had he had this one great ruling grace. Which was that. He had a.

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Producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector dies

Morning Becomes Eclectic

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Producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector dies

"World is weighing in on the news of Phil Spector's death. The rock and roll producer and convicted murderer died of covert 19 over the weekend. He was 81. He was serving a 19 years to life sentence for murdering actress Lana Clarkson at his mansion, Alhambra in 2003. Specter was a hugely influential music producer in the 19 sixties, working with artists ranging from the Beach Boys and the Beatles. The righteous brothers.

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Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

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00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

"The way popular music is made. California State prison officials say eccentric producer Phil Specter died in the hospital of Natural Causes. At the age of 81. ABC is Kristopher Watson. With Phil Spector's story, one of the most influential producers in pop music history. Phil Spector's unmistakable wall of sound studio mastery revolutionized recording. Produced hits for the Righteous Brothers, the run at Psych and Tina Turner and more in the sixties that it be 70 saw Specter working with John Lennon and George Harrison of the Beatles After producing the band's final studio album, Let it be Dropping Out of sight For decades, Specter resurfaced in 2003 accused and then convicted after two trials of murdering actress Lana Clarkson and sentenced to 19 years to life in prison in California. Kristopher Watson ABC News This is

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Phil Spector, music producer and murderer, dies at 81

BBC Newshour

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Phil Spector, music producer and murderer, dies at 81

"Convicted murderer with a long history of physically and mentally abusing his partners and colleagues, a man who transformed the sound of popular music rarely if ever, in the contrast between the person and the artist had been more pronounced than in the case of Phil Specter, the American producer who's died at the age of 81. His death was confirmed not by family friends or a publicist, but by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. That's because the man who invented the wall of sound died inside the walls of a prison where he was serving his sentence for shooting dead the actress Lana Clarkson shortly after meeting her in

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Phil Spector, famed music producer and murderer, dies at 81

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Phil Spector, famed music producer and murderer, dies at 81

"Music producer Phil Spector has died of natural causes in a California prison where he was serving nineteen years to life for murder he was eighty one I marches are a letter with a look at his career Phil Spector was considered a music visionary for his wall of sound approach to pop songs like be My Baby he's a rebel and you've lost that Lovin Feelin it was characterized by overdubs of string instruments vocals and sound effects what he called little symphonies for the kids his eccentric behavior earned him the reputation as a mad genius but it grew more erratic his marriage to Ronnie Bennett to the Ronettes ended in divorce as she claimed he imprisoned her in their home specter was convicted of murdering actor Lana Clarkson at his home outside Los Angeles in two thousand three

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A Look Back at Phil Spector's Storied Past

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

A Look Back at Phil Spector's Storied Past

"Music producer Phil Spector has died of natural causes in a California prison where he was serving nineteen years to life for murder he was eighty one I marches are a letter with a look at his career Phil Spector was considered a music visionary for his wall of sound approach to pop songs like be My Baby he's a rebel and you've lost that Lovin Feelin it was characterized by overdubs of string instruments vocals and sound effects what he called little symphonies for the kids his eccentric behavior earned him the reputation as a mad genius but it grew more erratic his marriage to Ronnie Bennett to the Ronettes ended in divorce as she claimed he imprisoned her in their home specter was convicted of murdering actor Lana Clarkson at his home outside Los Angeles in two thousand three

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Phil Spector, revolutionary music producer who was convicted of murder in 2009, dead at 81

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Phil Spector, revolutionary music producer who was convicted of murder in 2009, dead at 81

"Music producer convicted of murdering an actress has died at 81. Specter wrote and produced many number one songs in the United States and in the UK, also developing the wall of sound technique in 2009. Specter was convicted of murder of Lana Clarkson and was serving a 19 year prison sentence. Again. Revolutionary music producer Phil Specter dead at 81.

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Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

Whitfill Nursery

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

"Came to prominence for his production technique dubbed the Wall of Sound. He was serving a 19 years to life prison sentence in California for the shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson. State Department of Corrections said the 80 year old died of natural causes You're listening to ABC News.

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"phil spector" Discussed on 27 Club

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"phil spector" Discussed on 27 Club

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"phil spector" Discussed on 27 Club

"February second nineteen seventy five New York. City. Ronnie Spector. Cashed another alimony check. She flipped it over to endorse it and saw the same stamped message that she had come to expect in faded black ink. It read faulk you. Fill was still demeanor through his court ordered monthly payments still jockeying for the upper hand. The last word still imagining he can lord over her from top high heeled shoes that ignored his napoleonic frame. The stamp that he on the back of every check gas lighted Ronnie in the same way. It said that she had been the problem not him how could a genius be the source the problem after all? Before the checks with the fuck you stamps, there are even more passive aggressive payouts. The second alimony payment he ever made consisted entirely of Nichols all twelve, hundred, fifty dollars it was delivered by armed guards, guns bill had it all the mansion, the children, the Camaro, the career. Running a monthly payment from her ex husband but she didn't have much more than that. She had no label she had no producer. She didn't even hear songs coming out of car stereos on the streets Spanish Harlem. Anymore. When Ronnie Thought of the things that gave her comfort and joy. She noted that they had all been taken away from her her children, her freedom, her career, her dignity, her sanity. When she thought of the things that it seemed so easy seems second nature things like waltzing to the front of the line, the peppermint lounge or hearing the opening thunder crack on a playback of walking in the rain with fill in the control room. Those things seemed like a lifetime away. It had all been so easy and then it got unbelievably hard. She wanted it to be easy again. But if she couldn't go back in time, the leash she could do is forget about the president. She poured herself a glass of Cognac in bed and reclined. When she woke up her pillow was wet and so was your signature Beehive Hairdo The bottle of Cognac had fallen over when she fell asleep her bed was so frustrated that she was now out of Cognac and in a wet bed, she lit a cigarette. She took a long slow dragged started to think about how she can make it easy again, and then she drifted off. When she woke up for the second time, there was smoke coming from her head flames on the pillow she reached up to touch beehive is gone. Everything was gone. Nineteen seventy five was a long way from nineteen, sixty four. Nineteen sixty four when Ronnie is still major stepped off a plane in London the talk of the town on two continents, their entire lives and careers ahead of the girl group to begin and end all groups the in sound from. Spanish. Harlem. Tout. Ronnie was hounded by everyone wanted by everyone desired by everyone. There wasn't one man who crossed her pather didn't want to be your baby. Not. least of all was Keith Richards, who despite Phil, Spector's warning to the stones manager Andrew. Lock Oldham developed a lump in the throat pain in the heart crush on Ronnie that wasn't easily shaken. Ronnie should Keith to the core. Shook him right out of his bad boy pose and into one of love struck poppy Oldham would tell the knock it off and Phil. Spector, town the watch himself keystone measly knockoff keith wasn't easily botched. Keith and Ronnie and Phil will be twisted up together in nineteen, sixty, four and beyond and Keith would have his own secrets to keep in stories to tell secrets and stories from a time back before things soured with Ronnie and Phil back before Phil burrowed deeper into a life of solitude paranoia and murder all to keep that title that Jesus title. Because you can't keep that title without leaving a little blood.

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"phil spector" Discussed on 27 Club

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"phil spector" Discussed on 27 Club

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"phil spector" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on 27 Club

"I felt the connection. was humiliate on the floor of the bathroom less holier than Thou dogs I was humiliated on the stage. Now Cops Phil Spector was absolutely fucking nothing like me but he thought he was. What else he thought I never know. That was last night. I ever saw. August third nineteen, sixty, six, eighty, two, five West Hollywood boulevard, not the iconic Hollywood boulevard that runs parallel to sunset boulevard. But the Hollywood boulevard that passes over Laurel Canyon the Hollywood boulevard that retreats up the hill, the one that hides on the oaks and Sycamore Eucalyptus trees the one that gets squirrelly twisted winding shady obscured. That's the Hollywood boulevard the sirens raced up that night. A little to the West, the phone rang and Phil Spector's house were traveled fast fill answered the phone listen to the voice on the line. Didn't say a word within seconds. He slammed the receiver down so hard. It made the bell rang the base of the rotary. Phil grabbed Danny Davis by the shirt collar pulled them quickly from the house and they ran outside they tore us to the white caddy. Phil yelled at Danny to get in the car told him the drive fast they needed to get over to Leno's place as quickly as fucking possible. They needed to be there ten minutes ago. They avoided the Strip and what the back roads they hit the he me to sunset hills a right onto oriole and then thrasher APP Rising Glen Road Sunset Plaza drive and finally being too hard right at Hollywood boulevard. There were cops outside Lenny's place when they arrived break cop lights fill out of the caddy pacing furiously towards the front door art the cops were standing around talking low mumbling under the breath smoking cigarette butts with red hot ends flick to the ground filled it, and stopped to ask questions or announced his presence. Phil was inside now he followed the cops made his way into the living room past the kitchen more cops towards the bathroom even more cops and they were like a trail of breadcrumbs, those cops and they lead Phil Spector right to what you've been told. He would find Lenny Bruce dead on the floor next to the John, his pants around his ankles a needle in his arm gloated half-naked exposed humiliated blending was gone daddy l.. Phil looked around at the bathroom full of COPS. These goddamn cops they persecuted lenny harassed him told him what he couldn't couldn't say told him which jokes he could tell told him what words he can say pulled him from the stage put him in handcuffs chewed him up spat amount left him for dead. Lenny was the only one exposed and humiliated on a bathroom floor fill also thought back to his own bad memory in a bathroom. Bathrooms were bad seaman and the scene was the worst his heart pounded. He felt himself losing control of his better judgment. He was on his knees now, the cops trying to haul them away but he stood his ground you did this shouted at every batch in the rose you killed him. In overdose of morphine fucking ponderous, it was an overdose of police plain and simple. Phil couldn't shake police they came by his office soon after lengthy stat fist full of photos from the scene and Lenny's bathroom the rash shots have money lying prone on the bathroom tile. Looked like something from we jeez portfolio the cops joke that may be Phil wanted to buy them for one of his album covers was a sick joke but filled took it as a serious offer how much he asked five grant sold it was a small price to pay to keep them out of someone else's hands and it was the last piece of lenny that he could hold onto. Phil couldn't shake lenny he paid for the funeral delivered the Eulogy. He hung a giant poster of directly above his bed larger than life in it. Lenny's gaze was tired but foreboding but the look of a man far past his prime bloated worn out scattered rain on joke. Phil would climb into bed find comfort. Lenny's gays bearing down on. But his wife Ronnie Spector lay next to unable to close is. She turned on her side, her stomach. She always felt lenny's is following her burning into her judging. She would roll onto her back look up at the overbearing image of the man her husband briefly idolized his socrates. He would say and she felt something was terribly wrong. She felt it was an omen a warning from beyond the grave above her bed something evil. There is no good and there is no yield is.

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"phil spector" Discussed on 27 Club

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"phil spector" Discussed on KTOK

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on KTOK

"The Phil Spector produced album let it be it generates three number one hits get back let it be and their final number one the long and winding road the Kinks on low battery medically county with transvestite makes number two U. K. and number nine US in July the steam just released their second album on Elektra records for the house and British band Mungo Jerry are number one in the U. K. number three in the U. S. with a single in the summertime in August Clapton releases first solo album and scores a top twenty hit with this cover of JJ Cale's after midnight Neil Diamond scores his first number one with crackling Rosie September nineteen seventy Neil Young is a top ten album with after the gold rush war an anti war protests on my end when star tops the charts all good listening I heart radio for more from nineteen seventy coming up it began with five words if not me then who the Travis Manion foundation has taken those five words and ground them into a national movement the Travis Manion foundation is dedicated to assisting our nation's veterans families of the fallen and the next generation of young leaders it's about remembering the sacrifices of all the men and women who've given their lives for this country and honoring their legacies through service in your own community it's about adopting the motto if not me then who and applying it to your daily lives like so many others have already done all these great things that we live in this beautiful country it didn't happen because no one chose to serve serving should be in your blood if not me then who from our nine.

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Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 is Here!

Mark Simone

01:39 min | 2 years ago

Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 is Here!

"In the new new Mrs Maisel dropped to this morning season of Mrs Maisel is out it's so terrific we saw the first episode the other night at a party at a screening and then they had a great party at the plaza hotel and the show is so beautifully done and I really hope that golden globe nominations are gonna come out next on Monday I hope that it gets a lot of them and I hope it beats that flea bag this is a real so you know it's a real show and mid zero Mrs medical yeah as now going on a tour with this singer shy bald when you're gonna love this when you see it because he is they've invented a character is sort of like a combination of Nat King Cole Jackie Wilson Sam Cooke and he's really terrific and the actor who plays him is wonderful and may have another another performer who sings the songs because the actor doesn't think so they have another guy singing the songs of the two guys were at the premiere together they're very funny to like you know they're not like attached at the hip but what I was gonna tell you was Mrs Maisel performs at the U. S. R. show in nineteen sixty and may sing the Phil Spector version of White Christmas wow that was fast single Darlene love tool kit user but meantime Mrs Maisel same era huge hit here to it and she didn't do White Christmas Darlene love by or maybe she did at some point but Mrs Maisel is done in the past anyway they reproduce the Phil Spector wall of sound and wait to hear that's great it's a highlight of the

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"phil spector" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"phil spector" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is fresh air. Let's get back to Terry's two thousand one interview with longtime session drummer, Hal, Blaine he died Monday at age ninety you you were the drummer on a lot of the beach boys records just about all. But I think it was Dennis who is actually. Yes. With with the band. I imagine at the time. Nobody knew that. He wasn't the drummer on the records a lot of people did not know in the early days that dentist did not play on those things sometimes dentist would in and overdubbed tambourine or some. But Dennis was happened to be a friend of mine, and we we each had our yachts, very close to each other. We were both motorcyclists, but Brian used to come in to the specter sessions. He wanted to see what so many people wanted to see everybody wanted to know what who was Phil spector? What was he doing? So did the dentist feel? Bad that instead of you on the record. I tell you. I've told the story before Dennis loved the fact that while I was in the studio in the afternoon making thirty five forty dollars for the afternoon. Dennis. That night was making thirty five or forty thousand onstage. I mean, they were making a lot of money, and he was thrilled that he could just be on his boat. He didn't have to be in the studio. He didn't have to rehearse rehearse rears. Well, let me rephrase the question. Did you feel resentful that he was making all this money on stage? And you're making next to nothing in the studio. Not at all because I knew what it was leading to because my phone started ringing off the hook with from Phil spector dates and beach, boys dates, right? I was I was getting calls for Presley and. Johnny rivers and the fifth dimension came along and mama's in the poverty. I mean, everybody came out of the woodwork. Is there a beach boys track that you particularly like you're drumming on that we can play? Well, you know. I'd have to think about that a little bit. There are certain songs or make you cry. Sounds like God only knows will the beautiful songs. Good vibrations. Of course, was was another sort of a trilogy of of Brian put that song together. Sometimes we would do, you know, five minutes on a session, and he'd say, thank you. And sometimes we work for days putting that song together. He just used to use little bits and pieces of this that and the other I remember that on one of the sessions, and I think it was part of the good vibrations. Brian wanted something different a different sound on with drums or percussion. We used to drink a lot of orange juice, and they came in little small bottles out of a vending machine. And I took three of those bottles taped them together. Cut the tops off to various sizes. Almost like the tubes. On a on a vibraphone. And the there were three different sounds than I used a. I used a mallet. That would be used on vibraphone, and I got this knocking sound. Three different knocking sounds and I use it on that section where we were playing. But a voodoo, but will I was playing. But. Different different tones. Why don't we hear that? Part of good vibrations. Hal, blaine. Way this plays. Jeff. On on on.

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"phil spector" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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03:48 min | 3 years ago

"phil spector" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Living somewhere FOCA Walker transfusion tree? So I have a very active Twitter paid and someone wrote named toppy copy. I ever gonna has a little handle. And he says Abbott great idea savage released Phil spector from prison and having build a wall of sound. Feel specter with the crazy hair. I liked that case when it was ongoing. He said he didn't shoot the girl did shoot the girl. The gun went off by itself. She shot herself. Yeah. What a hairdo we had like a Howard Stern had. The wig that he wore. I wonder if him and Howard Stern's share wigs. No that's not fair Phil spector while he looks terrible. Without that wig. Terrible. The wall of sound anyway, getting back to the bad news of the day here on the Savage Nation. Did you hear my last story drugs and syringes have become such a problem at Starbucks bathrooms that the company is installing needle disposal boxes in certain locations. Did you miss the fact that white girls on that having babies anymore? The replacement level is not happening. So Amy sim heard that on my show, and she tweeted the following to me, she said the legal population of women are not having many children because we cannot afford to have them. She says I paid probably three thousand dollars out of pocket to have my first baby with insurance while illegals around me in the Ellen de unit got everything for free. I like to be in Mattie, everything free in America. Then you make it anchor-baby. And then you bring in the grandparents, and then you replace the native population next thing, you know, the third world hellhole that you ran from is the world that you created here. And then Nancy Pelosi gets to stay in office still she's one hundred twenty and the liberals run it not like a local plantation in San Francisco, but like a national plantation, and that's the end of the story. What more do I have to say to you? A lot more. And again, if you want to hear and further expansion of these ideas on my podcast, it goes up right after this first hour, we posted up on all the different sites. Michael, Savage dot com. Spotify things I never heard of these sites. I never listened to the podcast before I started doing them. But apparently, they're very. Popular. It's basically audio on demand. So you go to tune Stitcher Spotify. Tune in or wherever great podcasts are heard or you could just go to Michael Savage dot com and click now right now or you can hear as yesterday's podcast. But in a few minutes at the end of this hour, you're gonna hear today's podcast, which is done this morning. I'm working twenty hours a day. Now, I thought this'll be easy. I'm doing four shows a day. I can't believe this. If anyone thinks it's easy to do a real show in a real podcast. They're lying to you. It's about as hard as it gets. I mean, I signed on here. I I it's like the French legion in the desert. I thought it'd be a cakewalk instead it's a walk through the Kalahari without a pith helmet. I never saw anything like this. I'm recording at night in recording in the morning. According during a I'm telling people take this from here. Take that from here. Get me this book at me that book now. No, no, this is too much for any human being. So now, let me play got all these calls, and they're going to get up on the podcast and be part of a human human history here. So Nancy Pelosi. I ain't Pelosi has a solution for the border security problem. She says repair the border roads. So it's easier for.

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