27 Burst results for "Phil Spector"

"phil spector" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"phil spector" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Gary Lewis and the playboys. I'm afraid so number four help me Rhonda. These guys. Number 5, I'll never find another you. There's a new world somewhere. Spanky and our gang. The seekers. Oh, sorry. Number 6, back in my arms again. Supremes? Yes, number 7, silhouettes. Obviously, it's a remake of the rays. Yeah, yeah. Let me thank. Herman's hermits? Yes, that's right. They have two records in the top ten, nothing we could do about it. Number 8. Will they bully? Pardon? Will they bully? Oh, Sam the sham and the pharaohs. Yes, number 9, just once in my life. Stevie Wonder. No, no, just once in my life was a follow-up to their big, big hit and Phil Spector produced them both. It was on Phyllis records. Who was just once in my life? Yeah. Okay, just once. Oh. You probably need to hear some? Oh, God, help us. Well, I don't think he could once in my life see if we wanted to write. I don't know that one. Well, no, I'll play a little. You'll know it in you'll know it in a moment. I gotta pull it here. I'm sure it's in here Yeah, here we go. Let's see. Here we go. You will know instantly because that recognizable. There's a lot of things I want things that I could say. Yes, absolutely. That was a follow up. And I thought it was a better record. Good girl. Yes. Oh, well

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"phil spector" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:14 min | 8 months ago

"phil spector" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Years later and 51 it was a B side for Tommy Edwards which I played and then in 58 they brought it out and redid it tremendously as you can tell And just a smash All right so that's the history of its only game slash melody in a major 888-876-5593 Karen is in Chicago What's up Karen Hi I'm really enjoying your show You know I've heard you tell so many stories about Phil Spector And I am curious I would like to read a book about his life And I'm wondering if there is one out there where I could get information Oh there are several of them It depends who it depends who's take you want on it So people have worked with them have written a bunch of books and if you just go online the world is your oyster on that There's a biography called wall of pain tearing down the wall of sound is another one There's one that just called Phil Spector the essential Phil Spector you know so there are many many many Which one do you recommend for I mean the real story I don't want somebody who's just going to come up with a lot of BS and well you know I mean I wouldn't say any of its BS everybody has a different viewpoint on it but I know the wall of pain is available for 80 cents So you can get that one sheep on Amazon That's for that's for damn sure but tearing down the wall of sound is one that's fairly popular And you can get that in paperback for $5 and 30 cents So you know I mean if you're really interested in it few of them I'm going for audiobooks And I might do it called the national library service But at least now I have some titles to go back Because at this point I didn't have any and I own one I didn't know I remember stories that you told and I remember about the murder why didn't I just wait for it No no you're talking about Lana Clarkson No it was just someone he picked up at a bar basically I know it was a female I mean not to cast any aspersions about her but she didn't know him before that night No Oh my goodness I do remember punch him in me on the news and something I remember a whole lot But I just thought it would be a fascinating life to read about It's a sad one all the way around And I think that probably there are freebies online maybe at audible or whatever and I know that tearing down the wall of sound the rise and fall of the inspector is on an audiobook for sure You know there are probably others as well So you could probably get a bunch of them Well I'm going to go for it And may I ask for a request Sure what do you want here I don't care what you play but I want to hear something by the Manhattan Oh yeah well you know I like doing that I'll do it I know I do too Good deal Thanks Thank you so much You have a great show and I love it Well good to hear from you Thanks Karen Okay bye So thank you Yeah and of course you know all these books everybody has their own version of it Oh there's one I've read Yeah I was the first woman Phil Spector killed yeah by a gal who was a songwriter that he really did dirty And that was interesting as well Yeah that's somewhere around here So they all are 888-876-5593 And we got Leah in Marcus hook What's going on Leah Hi Raleigh How are you Well I'm here I know I know the feeling Yeah I'm not I'm not I'm partly here but I'll take it All of me Well first I want to tell you you remember when you were saying that none of the Ginger ale on the market these days has Ginger in it Yes Canada dry does Not the buns I have right here does not say Ginger on that label I'm looking at it All right I'm going to go right now I'm going to go get it during the news because I couldn't find anything that said it was real Ginger I got bottles and cans and the second ingredient is Ginger Well I like that I'm going to go see what mine say because I didn't think they said that at all Canada tried even as commercial thing We're the only ones with real Ginger All right well we're going to look because I've got them I've got them both I use them for plant food I use them for my knots Flowers or something Why Because it's Ginger Well okay Good deal Anyway I've got both candidate Roy and Schweppes I'll look at them both but last time I looked I didn't see anything that said gender Yeah it's always the second ingredient on the canon drive But John brought it not on mine Okay I'm holding a can of candidate riding Ginger ale Carbon Here we go Zero sugar I have the zero sugar Well I can't I can't.

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"phil spector" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:13 min | 8 months ago

"phil spector" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Later and 51 it was a B side for Tommy Edwards which I played and then in 58 they brought it out and redid it tremendously as you can tell And just a smash All right so that's the history of its only game slash melody in a major 888-876-5593 Karen is in Chicago What's up Karen Hi I'm really enjoying your show You know I've heard you tell so many stories about Phil Spector And I am curious I would like to read a book about his life And I'm wondering if there is one out there where I could get information Oh there are several of them It depends who it depends who's take you want on it So people have worked with them have written a bunch of books and if you just go online the world is your oyster on that There's a biography called wall of pain tearing down the wall of sound is another one There's one that just called Phil Spector the essential Phil Spector you know so there are many many many Which one do you recommend for I mean the real story I don't want somebody who's just going to come up with a lot of BS and well you know I mean I wouldn't say any of its BS everybody has a different viewpoint on it but I know the wall of pain is available for 80 cents So you can get that one sheep on Amazon That's for that's for damn sure but tearing down the wall of sound is one that's fairly popular And you can get that in paperback for $5 and 30 cents So you know I mean if you're really interested in it few of them I'm going for audiobooks And I might do it called the national library service But at least now I have some titles to go back Because at this point I didn't have any and I own one I didn't know I remember stories that you told and I remember about the murder why didn't I just wait for it No no you're talking about Lana Clarkson No it was just someone he picked up at a bar basically I know it was a female I mean not to cast any aspersions about her but she didn't know him before that night No Oh my goodness I do remember punch him in me on the news and something I remember a whole lot But I just thought it would be a fascinating life to read about It's a sad one all the way around And I think that probably there are freebies online maybe at audible or whatever and I know that tearing down the wall of sound the rise and fall of the inspector is on an audiobook for sure You know there are probably others as well So you could probably get a bunch of them Well I'm going to go for it And may I ask for a request Sure what do you want here I don't care what you play but I want to hear something by the Manhattan Oh yeah well you know I like doing that I'll do it I know I do too Good deal Thanks Thank you so much You have a great show and I love it Well good to hear from you Thanks Karen Okay bye So thank you Yeah and of course you know all these books everybody has their own version of it Oh there's one I've read Yeah I was the first woman Phil Spector killed yeah by a gal who was a songwriter that he really did dirty And that was interesting as well Yeah that's somewhere around here So they all are 888-876-5593 And we got Leah in Marcus hook What's going on Leah Hi Raleigh How are you Well I'm here I know I know the feeling Yeah I'm not I'm not I'm partly here but I'll take it All of me Well first I want to tell you you remember when you were saying that none of the Ginger ale on the market these days has Ginger in it Yes Canada dry does Not the buns I have right here does not say Ginger on that label I'm looking at it All right I'm going to go right now I'm going to go get it during the news because I couldn't find anything that said it was real Ginger I got bottles and cans and the second ingredient is Ginger Well I like that I'm going to go see what mine say because I didn't think they said that at all Canada tried even as commercial thing We're the only ones with real Ginger All right well we're going to look because I've got them I've got them both I use them for plant food I use them for my knots Flowers or something Why Because it's Ginger Well okay Good deal Anyway I've got both candidate Roy and Schweppes I'll look at them both but last time I looked I didn't see anything that said gender Yeah it's always the second ingredient on the canon drive But John brought it not on mine Okay I'm holding a can of candidate riding Ginger ale Carbon Here we go Zero sugar I have the zero sugar Well I can't I can't.

Phil Spector Tommy Edwards Karen Hi national library service Lana Clarkson Karen Okay Karen Chicago Amazon Manhattan Leah Raleigh Canada Schweppes Roy John
"phil spector" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:21 min | 8 months ago

"phil spector" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Later and 51 it was a B side for Tommy Edwards which I played and then in 58 they brought it out and redid it tremendously as you can tell And just a smash All right so that's the history of its only game slash melody in a major 888-876-5593 Karen is in Chicago What's up Karen Hi I'm really enjoying your show You know I've heard you tell so many stories about Phil Spector And I am curious I would like to read a book about his life And I'm wondering if there is one out there where I could get information Oh there are several of them It depends who it depends who's take you want on it So people have worked with them have written a bunch of books and if you just go online the world is your oyster on that There's a biography called wall of pain tearing down the wall of sound is another one There's one that just called Phil Spector the essential Phil Spector you know so there are many many many Which one do you recommend for I mean the real story I don't want somebody who's just going to come up with a lot of BS and well you know I mean I wouldn't say any of its BS everybody has a different viewpoint on it but I know the wall of pain is available for 80 cents So you can get that one sheep on Amazon That's for that's for damn sure but tearing down the wall of sound is one that's fairly popular And you can get that in paperback for $5 and 30 cents So you know I mean if you're really interested in it few of them I'm going for audiobooks And I might do it called the national library service But at least now I have some titles to go back Because at this point I didn't have any and I own one I didn't know I remember stories that you told and I remember about the murder why didn't I just wait for it No no you're talking about Lana Clarkson No it was just someone he picked up at a bar basically I know it was a female I mean not to cast any aspersions about her but she didn't know him before that night No Oh my goodness I do remember punch him in me on the news and something I remember a whole lot But I just thought it would be a fascinating life to read about It's a sad one all the way around And I think that probably there are freebies online maybe at audible or whatever and I know that tearing down the wall of sound the rise and fall of the inspector is on an audiobook for sure You know there are probably others as well So you could probably get a bunch of them Well I'm going to go for it And may I ask for a request Sure what do you want here I don't care what you play but I want to hear something by the Manhattan Oh yeah well you know I like doing that I'll do it I know I do too Good deal Thanks Thank you so much You have a great show and I love it Well good to hear from you Thanks Karen Okay bye So thank you Yeah and of course you know all these books everybody has their own version of it Oh there's one I've read Yeah I was the first woman Phil Spector killed yeah by a gal who was a songwriter that he really did dirty And that was interesting as well Yeah that's somewhere around here So they all are 888-876-5593 And we got Leah in Marcus hook What's going on Leah Hi Raleigh How are you Well I'm here I know I know the feeling Yeah I'm not I'm not I'm partly here but I'll take it All of me Well first I want to tell you you remember when you were saying that none of the Ginger ale on the market these days has Ginger in it Yes Canada dry does Not the buns I have right here does not say Ginger on that label I'm looking at it All right I'm going to go right now I'm going to go get it during the news because I couldn't find anything that said it was real Ginger I got bottles and cans and the second ingredient is Ginger Well I like that I'm going to go see what mine say because I didn't think they said that at all Canada tried even as commercial thing We're the only ones with real Ginger All right well we're going to look because I've got them I've got them both I use them for plant food I use them for my knots Flowers or something Why Because it's Ginger Well okay Good deal Anyway I've got both candidate Roy and Schweppes I'll look at them both but last time I looked I didn't see anything that said gender Yeah it's always the second ingredient on the canon drive But John brought it not on mine Okay I'm holding a can of candidate riding Ginger ale Carbon Here we go Zero sugar I have the zero sugar Well I can't I can't tell you about that This is the original carbonated water High fructose corn syrup less than 2% of Ginger extract and.

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"phil spector" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:12 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dreams Phil Spector co wrote it and produced it Sonny Charles and the chick mates limited on a and M in 1969 and it was a hit Phil Spector wrote it with Tony wine by the way And Larry Levine I think or Irwin Levine was one of the co writers as well But anyway got to number 8 on the R&B No yeah 8 on the R&B chart in 69 13 on the pop charts So I would say that's a hit Ruth may not have remembered it but certainly many of you will So there you have it 888-876-5593 ask and I shall receive Stacy is back Well it's been a couple hours how you doing Stacy Hi Wally Can you hear me okay Loud and clear Good good First I want to say happy birthday to Albert and Leah And I want to thank everybody for the well wishes And I want to ask you how you're doing I can't complain at all I'm just concerned about you tonight Stacey Talk to the other doctor called Good And he said doing everything that they can and he wanted to fill me in on what happened He said at one point rodo he just may have to he had a cardiac arrest Right And they recess hated him Good And he said to me if you know God forbid is the only thing again Do you want it Do you want a DNR Yes I want him to have all the chances because everybody is praying for him Okay And we've been together a long time And he said they're going to do another type of operation where they're going to go in and inside again with the scope or something And I forgot what he said They're going to look at all of the angles inside The abdomen and all of that And they're going to make sure maybe they'll find something else which is causing the other bleeding That's so scary that they don't know why And so he said that once they do that they're just going to close it up They're going to I forgot what he said they're just going to tape it up close it up So nothing else can get out of here And he said that they're going to do everything He's got round the clock everybody's there And he's the ventilator is just to keep him breathing And he wants to get him on his stomach So they could do something else And you know he's going to be under But I forgot you know all the technical terms That's okay And I said I want you to do everything because I said doctor everybody Everybody is praying And I said even while he came up and he says you're doing wonderful he says everything And he says we'll call you And he says but your husband is very very sick man because he's had like a lot of these ulcers in everything Exactly And cancer you know years ago And he just didn't put two and two together And I hope that nothing happened to the brain Of course You don't get oxygen in Well let's do this Like I say let's do this one step at a time He's breathing now and he's in good hands medically And you know I'm glad they checked with you You've expressed your wishes because some people would say no I want a DNR I want to do not resuscitate And that's what he was trying to find out from you If you wanted that and you don't and he's going to call for help you know like social services who I know And I'm going to talk to the hospital and see what other hope they can give me for like the house and stuff or getting stuff And right And hospital tomorrow And you know it's literally you take it almost minute by minute and don't overthink it at this point And just know in your heart that the lord does work in mysterious ways and how this is supposed to be I know and I read a lot of books too or sometimes when people in their cardiac arrest They go into the light for a minute and then they come back because it's not their time Right And we don't know when it's our time But the good news is they are doing everything and you are going to call in the morning about social services and you're going to call me tomorrow night we're on for all three hours to let me know how it goes Oh I will and I just I just can't believe Raleigh that this is I mean I'm just sitting here And I'm thinking I just can't believe this Of course not Nobody could As far as that goes now John talked to you Kathy had called in and will be taking you to the hospital if you want So you've got that number Oh yes That's good Yes a very nice So if you want to go or if you can go But I'd get social services at the hospital on the phone immediately because right now we're working on two things The doctors are working on having rodo have a good outcome but all of social services will be working on having you have a good outcome Right So I don't even think I could sleep well You're going to try but like I say find something on TV that you want to listen to and or watch And try and it's impossible to get your mind off it for any length of time But even for a few fleeting seconds if you can and maybe you will drift off and get some sleep You'd be surprised I'm just I don't want to be scared No Because I know I know I know miracles yet and I read the books and I know and I send I give donations to a church kind of Copeland and I called them And I talked to prayer ministers and everything and everybody a wide range of prayers is out there with God and Jesus And ultimately it will be their will and you know that and no matter how it turns out will be the way it supposed to turn out And if you truly have faith in that then there's nothing to be afraid of because no matter what the option is it's God's will Right And so you just keep your mind on that And go from there But do yourself as much of a favor as you can tonight to try and get some sleep because keep this in mind If you don't sleep it's not going to change the outcome but you'll feel much worse tomorrow If you do sleep you can start a fresh and tackle the day All right You know that'll make you stronger tomorrow and the first thing you'll do you call the hospital to talk to whoever the social service coordinator is and you'll go from there Okay And they said that they would call me even Yes No if something were to happen they will call you even if it's the middle of the night and just be praying of course for the best outcome but ultimately his fate is in God's hand and we never know the day in the hour and it will work out the way it should I know Thank you Ali All right We'll talk to you tomorrow And I want to thank everybody for their prayers I really really appreciate it And God bless everybody Well yes you too and take care of yourself and I hope for some good news But whatever the news you are going to get through this I promise you that All right well thank you All right God love YouTube It's tough And when we're in life and death situations which it sounds like Waldo is you know our prayers have to be for the highest good and the best outcome on a selfish level of course they're very singular You know bring him back no matter what But the reality is that when it's in God's hands we just have to pray for the outcome that is best and pray for the strength and the guidance to get through whatever it is But so tough when you're alone just so terribly tough and I feel very bad for Stacy especially on that front So I'm glad that she has everybody who is listening to this show on her side and hopefully hopefully it's just something that will pass but either way we will be here So we will get to Marianne in Chicago We'll get to James on the south side and hopefully we'll get to you but if we don't remember we got three hours tomorrow night right here on WGN radio Don't forget to.

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"phil spector" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And he said, I like to meet you girls the next night at mirror sound here in New York. And we couldn't believe it, and we did. And yeah, we sat down at the piano and it mirrors sound. And it feels that sing me some songs. That you guys just, you know, you know, no off the radio. And of course, by my loving Frankie Lyman, I started seeing white if it was fall in love, ABCs of love, and he immediately fell in love with my voice. And he said, that's the voice I've been looking for. Once I started working with you, did he make suggestions to you and the ronettes about changes he wanted to hear on either the harmonies or the lead vocals? No, because first of all, the background weren't just my sister and my cousin. It was like, we had about ten people. There were sunny, there was darling love. He had like ten, ten, 20, and he would make those double those voices. So I don't know. It was very complicated in the studio, but it was watching him work was a miracle to me. Watching Phil Spector work in the studio. You both became lovers. Did that add a certain drama to your performances when you worked together? It may have, but I guess because I was, you know, performing so much before I met him. I just had that, I love performing. And I don't think he by falling in love with him made me any better as far as my singing. I just think he knew what materials to pick out for us. You know, song, wise, I be my baby walking in The Rain. And it was just a great producer. Walking in The Rain, we heard someone be my babies. Welcome to The Rain, one of your favorites of the records that you recorded. Will be my baby is my number one. I love it forever. And walking in The Rain, I love it too. Yes, I really do. I love that too. Why don't we hear a few seconds of it and then we'll talk about it. Okay. Okay, this is the wrong nets. I wanted. And I made it. And someday somewhere well I'll be there. You be kind of like and we'll put a little bit too.

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

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

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 Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Born to run would be his epic the title track of that third lp and the single that would make good on the faith his band and his managers. The critics and dj's had all placed in him in bruce's mind he was reaching for and haunted by the sound of one legendary producer. Phil spector we've talked about specter in several prior episodes of hip raid the irascible imperious dangerously violent and yet unquestionably brilliant songwriter and producer. Who forged many classics of the sixties girl group and harmony vocal era central. To specter's legend is his famous wall of sound a dense backdrop of instruments and vocalists specter would mix in mono for maximum sonic impact at his sixties peak. Specter's tracks rang out with guitars. Brass strings and an army of percussionists as on this nineteen sixty three number.

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"phil spector" Discussed on "Diary of an Unemployed Actor"

"Diary of an Unemployed Actor"

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"phil spector" Discussed on "Diary of an Unemployed Actor"

"It is important you vote fad. John wayne an another one. We could maybe gone to. Sean as well is is which kinda relates to someone living old now deposit because i think Phil spector avenue Producer that recently has passed away but was obviously in in prison for amanda charge. Will of course people know that in the industry would say. This guy was a very very tom to produce. S i yeah it does. Bring a law of tools at the heartstrings. All psychosis gives us something to think about Little further and i have you know a couple of weeks we've been we've been kind of collected some information on Recently we've done. We put a few questions out to the public because wanted to say you can have opinions weakened we could say chat about it all day long if is especially grasp some some public opinion on the matter as well so we put a few questions out one of the initial questions bregman easily with a d. Failed you can separate a wick of off from office regardless of who the office may be or have done and and yeah in terms of the response. Saifi was interesting because it's not a five that in the category that it was like yes absolutely account is yes but one icon of want to further and the third was that limit but a lot. But i want to. I want to be able to go to balance of further on all sides of the question and then the to more which is no but spun veteran and was just a and but interestingly salary fall is the wave got no one has said no until in any capacity everyone say as being connor reset to to to maybe be a little bit but all side as well as several bay income lot wildland responses of like a flat. Yes which which is quite interested. do you think various there because we all think were open minded. You talked a very few people that are like are you open minded or close minded..

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Why Carrie Snodgress' Career Didn't Go Anywhere

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:49 min | 2 years ago

Why Carrie Snodgress' Career Didn't Go Anywhere

"But she stayed with Neil Young on the ranch and as you can imagine, she did a lot of drinking and cooking for the men and her man mainly as she told me and she said all she wanted to do was have his kid and be a mom. And his fate would have it. She did have his baby in 1972 and sadly the little boy Zeke was born with cerebral palsy. And at first Neil Young was very loving, always there for her and the boy, but then he began to get distant and he was either too drunk or too high to care a lot of the time. And I mean, Carrie was no angel. She could put away the liquor, but she swore to me. She never took anything harder than an aspirin. Booze was her poison. Then she said, Neil just started hanging out with the guys going to LA alone and not calling for days and meanwhile the kid who was severely challenged couldn't even talk. And then one day Neil comes back and says he thinks it's time for her to leave. So he sends her and the kid to LA and his lawyers begin to shuffle them between all the homes, kneel either owned or rented. And in the beginning, he sent money on time and the kid got good care. And then when he decided to marry the waitress who worked at a diner two miles from the ranch named patty Morton, he just cut ties with Carrie and his boy. And then carry out the sim for child support and all that, at least shit. But oddly enough, his next woman, patty, gives birth to another son, and that boy also born with severe cerebral palsy. And then eventually, Carrie was able to get some work, but it was never really the kind of work she deserved to get. And, you know, on top of that, people, the word was out. She chose to be away from Hollywood for almost 7 years. Hollywood doesn't like you when you do that. You're out of the club. And then sadly, the mad housewife character that made her name kind of followed her became her life because she was not very good in her choice of men. She began dating this musician Jack Nietzsche, who worked with Neil, and also was Phil Spector's right hand man. He wrote the theme songs for one flow of the cuckoo's nest and for an officer and a gentleman. But they broke up in one night, he breaks into her home, and he threatens to kill her. And she told me he shoved his pistol in her vagina and threatened to pull the trigger. He pleaded guilty to threatening behavior and was fined and put on probation for three years. And then 1981, she marries this painter Robert Jones, but that fizzled out after a few years. And she would tell me these stories and she would cry a little bit and tell me, you know, there's not a lot of men to want to stick around with a woman with a severely challenged child. You just make me feel like shit when I heard

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"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

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"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

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07:27 min | 2 years ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"And that was ladies. Fan leonard cohen. Now leonard. cohen. Seems like a really. How did the blue partner for phil spector. But this is something this project whose very passionate about what drew till specter to leonard co and vice versa. Yeah what what drew together actually was was they both shed a manager Cocco monte michelle And it was michelle who initially together as you said. One couldn't imagine more incongruous really I mean cohen poet songwriter. Who as we know At stabbed himself as much to his surprise as anybody else's with these very very low key introspective the melancholic of spam recording. He's just a company phone petar or with small so of chamber which chamber colts at Very very quiet very very contemplative. The complete antithesis of of anything phil spector was known for suddenly spectrum was known foreign in his glory days They liked each other bizarrely And and they seem to get on world together despite everything that happened during the sessions sessions. I hate to keep seeing the same old refrain. But but the sessions were for the sessions were drunk And phil was still have one hand on the controls and one hand on the manage. Shave it So i think you know things things go. It's like texting complain. The specter would have him doing votes without those went over and over again and then just use. The guy vocals which covered himself wasn't happy with this. I think was happy with the with the with the finished result. It was the other thing that can be most memorably had to say about. Those sessions was about the guns And guns everywhere I'll put your code. Actually said he said spent an. I couldn't resist annihilating me. I think he can tolerate any other. Shadows in his. Oh darkness just manson. He's to life and with children is very coined Which is nice with children but i think I i think code I think he he likes him. And if this was necessary the guy even but it must be said that to serve. You brought out a very very different than coen and again. It's it's a record that many many people hate coen's many current devotion follow his. Hey because it's such a departure. But i think it's it's. It's the most interesting redwood. The name cohen may And so lots of different arrangements. Somebody in some of these arrangements Again usa string these choirs it's a very. It's a very very unusual unusual Current and going back. Just just for a second to talk about gums This is something that the the the the code said he said. That's what these sessions were really about down people to see you were biking revolvers in your hamburgers and at one point Specter famously bottle of wine anymore. Hand on a on a pistol. The came up to the pistol in his neck. And said i love you and with admirable aplomb just move comes to one side and i said i hope you do fill. But he lived. He lived to tell the tale And again it's it's it's a curio but it's it's a really really interesting curio. Anna singular curia definitely worth a few listens. And then there's one more last gas project in the seventies for fill and and that's the group the ramones which is another out of left field choice but something about what wasn't the drew fill to mount. I think what the moons was jerry remote. I didn't feel it was a great fan of punk rock and i and the whole sensibility and coach for came with it. But i think it'd bizarre way. He saw joey as a sort of male. Ronnie spector away Joey now the new new york kid Imagine standing on the street twenty years and you mentioned standing on the street corner Surrounded by a bunch of other kids forming acapella group and and that he could actually Mold joey Until the other the other three members of everybody they say we're pretty much cheaper for this stephanos requirements. I think Which of course is nord them enormously and became very very quickly. Apparent where phil would spend hours in the studios working on joey's vocals and the others would be left to keep that in the tropicana motel or very sponsor wherever they happen to be hanging out. I think that'd be. Were the you know they record an album in ten minutes and it was still taking weeks and weeks and weeks dragging on a jerry actually colder. Interminable amount of time the wins on that he was working on this And i'm sure it wasn't good for the health or mental physical of the of the other members of the group invoked in this more guns one point p people gone on dvd. I do think i should add. I didn't think in in pulling these people identity every really intended to pull the trigger which passed may not sound much in the way mitigating circumstances But i think it was done in a spirit of bravado of genuine. Genuine menace And by this point. I'm this is i think very interesting but at this point it's always what people did phil spector institute and being a rock and roll record producer. Gave him a license to behave in a way that anybody else in any other field in any ought patients the guns would have been away from and if he'd been a lawyer or even a doctor behaving the way that he behaves somebody would have would have put a check on said food. You really can't behave like this. You know and and And it'd been some kind of intervention and the taking quite often and have proper psychiatric care. Because i do think it was a mental illness. The he was He he was suffering from but because it was still spach out there. There was a kind of map license. This is won't feel. Does this field goes through. Get saudis comes still acts crazy That's just fill fill It was it wasn't just building still. It was something deeper more and sad within that And took a long long time for that so to really be interested and to be dealt with head on think and after that he withdraw from the industry and actually has a decade of pretty normal life. He in with his montana assistant janice avala and a have Twin children a son and daughter and there for a decade or so fills actually kinda got it together in a quiet way. I think that's right i think. I think johnston all a.

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"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

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04:04 min | 2 years ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"Terrible for penalty for shooting yourself in the foot metropole. Absolutely david geffen was the wrong kind of enemy to make at that point in time The yeah i think i think you know it's a measure of of how strange Phil spector become from the prevailing friends in music. At that point guessing was Was was was doing very very nicely. Thank you With us like mitchell. Jackson browne crosby stills and nash of spent had absolutely zero interest in any of these people. You know they will kind of music. It's all adding regard. I love them. But he regarded them as as as an absolute fronts or to to to rock and roll kind of rock and roll but he'd been making And and as you say the david geffen the node been sort of incrase. You know who've been very happy to be to be just hanging on in the studio With his jaw dropping watching spencer working complete to be around him and and suddenly. There's he burgess us this very powerful industry player and i'm sure that would have cultural specs as well and he does keep trying though he cooks up with Faded rock and roll legend. Dionne and they do an album together tells an aetna now when actually gets finished i'll fill cry. Didn't produce all the tracks talk about that attempted collaboration. Well i i actually think this is. This is a terrific record Very few other people seem to particularly the time deal didn't like it The end been served well by by by specter And of course he was only twenty years later the people began to talk about it as spencer's forgotten masterpiece. It's a record that That seems to be when you play the rebel. That seems to be playing sort of twenty four off pm thirty three pm. It's it's probably the slowest most like most of the group's record the phil spector's ever made And and again. It's the if the wall of sound inex- chelsea's i mean it's it's an extraordinary extraordinary sounding record deal. I didn't even knew each other back in the back in the early days the runaround sue days They thanks from the bronx And of inspectable border from that. That is something that we did the on. Sue him the fact they were both new year. Old boys Fantastic voice of course the deal and had some sort of reinvent yourself as as singer from day on the rocker But there's some there's some terrific on their There's some terrific terrific arrangements. I mean at times. It sounds has the mormons have requesting behind greco. It's a it's a very. It's a very wholesome production And i think deal. All the felt that He was he was overwhelmed and engulfed. Enroll the well. Ill served by this And of course. I hate to say it but it was. It was still being drunk again. I mean you mentioned shave it some this this. This is almost as many shaving thousand really. Come in with the repulses of this stuff Stan ross who is the engineering on that wrestle remember that Hey share that. And we don't know. I need this themselves. And it'd be there lugging this jewish ritual wine Out of the buffalo while he was producing and inevitably things we get increasingly tests the increasing the out of order. You're right to say wrestle to the actually finished but it is we're all gonna miracle and it's well worth a listen like you say especially if you put it on a good stereo turn it up loud. It's it's definitely the wall of sound and full effect in it. It was out of sync with commercial trends at the time but Something well worth hearing it and a good good album must here a little bit.

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05:25 min | 2 years 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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08:37 min | 2 years ago

"phil spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"And while it a little bit behind an and the way phil spector's career worked in this portion of his life. We're gonna be talking about songs before we hear the snippets because he frontloaded productivity in this period heavily In the sixty eight to seventy three period that we'll be talking about so. That was charles that was from his am. But let's return back to the george harrison thing when most poignant things about reading the book to me was the way you tell how he started drinking on these store harrison sessions. Because he travels to london he leaves his lifestyle behind back in. La or york. He had a circle of cronies had all night. Delis you know. His insomnia was no problem. He could hit the town and hang out but in london. The town shutdown essentially you know ten eleven pm and he had anybody. There's no jewish delis and he starts drinking manage schevitz and you know this is somebody who had always been a teetotaler in the studio and very professional and it's somewhat understandable. How you might turn to drink in those circumstances but alcohol phil spector. You know do not mix and this become something that will dog him to the rest of his career. What do you think he was a full blown alcoholic or or. How much do you ascribe substance issues to his office. Problems in downfall. And that's a very interesting question. I mean i think. I think it made a major contribution to results down. Fool as you say. The there's no great record of of bill having been a heavy drinker before this period I mean you might have been a social drinker. But he said he didn't drink in the studio. There's no regular than having drunk in the studio or or or taking any kind of substances it's all People said he was into cocaine. I i i never heard any any evidence of that I think i didn't feel spectrum. Drugs would have got on sixty well. Because i think spectrum above all is somebody who would've wanted to be in control themselves in control of his mental processes Alcohol that south to a niece. It's is is paying. But i think drugs would have just exacerbated the incipient paranoia and insecurities that he had but i think i think all right in in in analyzing exactly why he why. He began to lose his mornings so radically at this point. He wasn't someone who who being out of his comfort zone. He never traveled. I mean he traveled between new york and los angeles he put into. Mexico wants to get a mexican divorce I never been so why Jewish house and window to do with ravi shankar that that would have in the south of phil spector's nightmares to to go to india. You know he was somebody that likes his nest. He likes his nasty liked as you say. He likes his his friends. They like familiar things around him in that sense. He wasn't a tool adventurous or ambitious person. I think so. Perhaps the fact that in a way the responsibility of of of working with the beatles. I think that perhaps weighed on him. You know that that there was a sense that the he'd been out in the wilderness. He was coming back. This was this was a big shaw. A big jobs and i'm sure that would wait on his mind quite quite considerably and he did succeed. I mean you know then. Instant karma single but the album don. Linda plastic ono band. These these are all very successful. George harrison's all things must pass was not only critically successful is an enormous popular success in blew the doors off the record industry at the time for a triple album to sell in those numbers number one single with my sweet lord and a also produces another masterpiece with john lennon's imagine album which is a very different project than the jonah plastic ono band. Talk a little bit about imagining what they were trying to do to get john lennon back to the top of the charts. Well i lenin him described as out as having chocolate on it for public consumption So i think lennon in a way you've been through he's sort of primal primal scream phase So this is a much more much more reflective much more congenial. If that's the right word so so much more palatable is easier to digest a record And go some sons on their clothes. Jealous guy we've this is just a beautiful song. Imagine itself which which which turns into one of the one of the anthems of the twentieth century What what whatever one may think about the about the sentiments it But again. I think it's it's it's building at the service of the musicians building at the service of the creator and phil being at the service of the songs and i. I think this is this to me. Is what really couch arises. This period in inspects his career is if the first phase of his career is is specter imposing himself on everything he touches imposing himself from the office imposing phone musicians imposing itself on the studio when he's working with the beatles it's as if he realizes the the he's encountering the false as great as if not greater probably greater than in self and and not trying to impose times serve and so these records to me are very symbolic of somebody at the surface of the music of in trying to dominate deterministic. And there's a video on youtube of john lennon. This is an outtake from some of the footage that they shot around the imagine sessions which were all filmed of session of linen. Inspector in the studio and linen is chewing out the engineer over pulling up the the song at the wrong point and at the same time he's whistling harmony he went specter to sing. Which is a pretty complicated harmony whistles at very quickly to your one time. And then they cut to the tag and specter nails it and then let it immediately. Goes back to tune out the engineer and it really gets a picture of a talented phil. Spector was here's somebody who can sing harmony vocals with john lennon. Which is i mean. Talk about the major leagues and do it and situa- that you get. The tune whistled at you and burst in the middle of a tirade at the engineer. And specter's completely calm and professional and and it's so much the opposite of the boy tyrant that we think of phil spector and i think your point about him being in service to the beatles and acknowledging at least john lennon as a force greater than his own is very correct but then he comes back to america and he's got his ruinous second marriage to ronnie spector. She's been descending into alcoholism and drug addiction for a while they have sort of a folly ado in which she married a guy had. She thought made her famous and he married someone. He thought was his star and singer. They didn't really have a human relationship. Talk about the dynamic there and and how messed up it all got well. I think it was messed up from the very beginning. I needed to get messed up. You messed up. You know she she she was. She was his dream in terms of a beautiful beautiful girl who sang like an angel In his mind. I think she created her and and to a certain extent. That's true you know. He created the person that she was. He created the style that she was Talking about jealous guy. If ever there was jealous guy it was. it was still spencer. He was he was so possessive. over you know the stories about being locked in the house and not being allowed out Most of those those are true. She she she wasn't allowed out. She was locked in the house sheet. She was that she was a prisoner in a guilty cage and wrote in a guilty cage and and it and it wasn't always gilded All sorts of terrible stories. That i i was told about don don kirshner who Who the great music. Publishers provided fill seventy great songs. Paid told me that he paid a visit to. The suspect is house one day and he hanging out stairs and you went to investigate what it wasn't open to cover the door And ronnie was locked inside. Spektr would actually locked her inside the covid This is this actually goes to something that that is to Adopted sons also told me that he would lock them in their bedroom at night so they couldn't come out. There was a very very very.

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04:52 min | 2 years 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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06:49 min | 2 years 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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07:45 min | 2 years 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

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

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 | 2 years 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" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"phil spector" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Phil Spector's died of natural causes in a California prison where he was serving 19 years to life for murder. He was 81 Phil Specter 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 loving feeling. It was characterized by overdubs of string instruments, vocals and sound effects when 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 of 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 2003. Marches. Szaroleta birthdays on Sunday Actor Betty White Turn 99 author James Earl Joe actor James Earl Jones 90. Talk show host Maury Povich turned 82. Breaking news and analysis a town hall dot com. Warning about the dangers posed by electric vehicle fires. National Transportation Safety Board investigators say such fires pose serious risks to first responders and manufacturer's guidelines are woefully inadequate. Investigators also complain of gaps in industry safety standards and research on high voltage with the um ion battery fires, especially in high speed severe crashes. Manufactures are being urged to draft vehicle specific response guidelines for fighting battery fires. Rich Thomason reporting. West Virginia emerged as a big success in the nation's vaccine rollout, largely result of the state's decision when list mom and pop pharmacies to give the shots rather than a green with federal partnership with CVS and Walgreens, now more shots of gun into people's arms per capita across West Virginia than in any other state. More on these stories. A town hall dot com.

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Phil Spector, music producer and murderer, dies at 81

BBC Newshour

00:33 sec | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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

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00:14 sec | 2 years 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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Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 is Here!

Mark Simone

01:39 min | 3 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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