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He held the post for only a year, but during that Sweat All Stars Follow Me he co-produced the single " Power to the People " with John Lennon number 11as well as Lennon's chart-topping album, Imagine.

The album's title track hit number 3. The album later won the "Album of the Year" award at the Grammys. Despite being recorded live, Spector used Phil Spector Back To Mono 1958 1969 to 44 microphones simultaneously to create his trademark Wall of Sound.

Similar to the unusual pattern of success that Spector's A Christmas Gift for You from Philles Records experienced, "Happy Xmas Various Soul Braza Brazilian 60s 70s Soul Psych Vol 1 Is Over " also stalled in sales upon its initial release, only later to become a fixture on radio station playlists around Christmas.

InSpector participated in the recording sessions for what would be Lennon's Rock 'n' Roll album number 6. He established the Warner-Spector label with Warner Bros. A similar relationship with Britain's Polydor Records led to the formation of the Phil Spector International label in When the Cher and Keno singles the latter's recordings were only issued in Germany foundered on the charts, Spector released Dion DiMucci 's Born to Be with You to little commercial fanfare in ; largely produced and recorded by Spector init was subsequently disowned by the singer.

In the s and s, the album enjoyed a resurgence among the indie rock cognoscenti. Finally, he released an American compilation of his Philles recordings inwhich put most of the better-known Spector hits back into circulation after many years. As the s progressed, Spector became increasingly reclusive. The most Johnny Osbourne Truths And Rights and significant reason for his withdrawal, according to biographer Dave Thompsonwas that in he was seriously injured when he was thrown through the windshield of his car in a crash in Hollywood.

He was admitted to the UCLA Medical Center on the night of March 31,suffering serious head injuries that required several hours of surgery, with Phil Spector Back To Mono 1958 1969 stitches to his face and more than to the back of his head.

Spector began to reemerge later in the decade, producing and co-writing a controversial album by Leonard Cohenentitled Death of a Phil Spector Back To Mono 1958 1969 Man. This angered many devout Cohen fans who preferred his stark acoustic sound to the orchestral and choral wall of sound that the album contains. The recording was fraught with difficulty. After Cohen had laid down practice vocal tracks, Spector mixed the album in studio sessions, Phil Spector Back To Mono 1958 1969 than allowing Cohen to take a role in the mixing, as Cohen had previously done.

Spector also produced the much-publicized Ramones album End of the Century in As with his work with Leonard Cohen, End of the Century received criticism from Ramones fans who were angered over its radio-friendly sound. For the harder stuff, it didn't work as well. Rumors circulated for years that Spector had threatened members of the Ramones with a gun during the sessions. Dee Dee Ramone claimed that Spector once pulled a gun on him when he tried to leave a session.

He never held us hostage. We could have left at any time". Spector remained inactive throughout most of the Phil Spector Back To Mono 1958 1969, s, and early s. In early Phil Spector Back To Mono 1958 1969, shortly after the death of John Lennon, he temporarily re-emerged to co-produce Yoko Ono's Season of Glass.

He was originally supposed to produce the entire album, but was fired owing to personal and creative differences. One of the two Spector-produced songs on the album, the title trackwas a UK top 10 single the other single being "White Dove". Her body was found slumped in a chair with a single gunshot wound to her mouth with broken teeth scattered over the carpet.

Spector produced singer-songwriter Hargo 's track "Crying for John Lennon", which originally appears on Hargo's album In Your Eyes[51] but on a visit to Spector's mansion for an interview for the John Lennon tribute movie Strawberry FieldsHargo played Spector the song and asked him to produce it.

Spector and former Paul McCartney drummer Graham Ward produced it in the classic Wall of Sound style on nights after his first murder trial. As a result, Spector was given a songwriting credit on the single. The Phil Spector Back To Mono 1958 1969 from "Be My Baby" are sung by Winehouse, not directly sampled from the mono single.

In his eulogy, Spector criticized Tina Turner's autobiography—and its subsequent promotion by Oprah Winfrey—as a "badly written" book that "demonized and vilified Ike". Spector commented Phil Spector Back To Mono 1958 1969 "Ike made Tina the jewel she was.

When I went to see Ike play at the Cinegrill in the 90s It consists of Spector's first screen interview—breaking a long period of media silence. During the conversation, images from the murder court case are juxtaposed with live Nowy Escalation of his tracks on television programs from the s and s, along with subtitles giving critical interpretations of some of his song production values.

While he does not directly try to clear his name, the court case proceedings shown try to give further explanation of the facts surrounding the murder charges Phil Spector Back To Mono 1958 1969 against him. He also speaks about the musical instincts that led him to create some of his most enduring hit records, from "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" to "River Deep, Mountain High", as well as Let It Bealong with criticisms he feels he has had to deal with throughout his life.

The retrial of Spector for murder in the second degree began on October 20,[57] with Judge Fidler again presiding; this time it was not televised. Spector was once again represented by attorney Jennifer Lee Barringer. Spector's early musical influences included Latin music in general, and Latin percussion in particular.

Spector's trademark during his recording career was the so-called Wall of Sounda production technique yielding a Duran Duran Notorious, layered effect that reproduced well on AM radio and jukeboxes.

To attain this signature sound, Spector gathered large groups of musicians playing some instruments not generally used for ensemble playing, such as electric and acoustic guitars playing orchestrated parts—often doubling and tripling many instruments playing in unison —for a fuller sound. While Spector directed the overall sound of his recordings, he took a relatively hands-off approach to working with the musicians themselves [ citation needed ] usually a core group that became known as Arturo Stalteri E Il Pavone Parlo Alla Luna Wrecking Crewincluding session players such as Hal BlaineLarry KnechtelSteve DouglasCarol KayeRoy CatonGlen Campbelland Leon Russelldelegating arrangement duties to Jack Nitzsche and having Sonny Bono oversee the performances, viewing these two as his "lieutenants".

He often worked with the songwriters, receiving co-credit and publishing royalties for compositions. Despite the trend towards multichannel recording, Spector was vehemently opposed to stereo releases, claiming that it took control of the record's sound away from the producer in favor of the listener. But in the final Mehrpouya Soul Raga the background sometimes could not be distinguished as either horns or strings.

Spector also greatly preferred singles to albums, describing LPs as "two hits and ten pieces of junk", reflecting both his commercial methods and those of many other producers at the time. Spector is often called the first auteur among musical artists [69] [5] for acting not only as a producer, but also the creative director, writing or choosing the material, supervising the arrangements, conducting the Coheed And Cambria Year Of The Black Rainbow and session musiciansand masterminding all phases of the recording process.

His influence has been claimed by contemporary performers such as the Beatlesthe Beach Boys[74] and the Velvet Underground [75] alongside latter-day record producers such as Brian Eno and Tony Visconti. Betty Wright My First Time Arounda British musical movement in the late s to mids, was heavily influenced by the Wall of Sound.

Many have tried to emulate Spector's methods, and Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys—a fellow adherent of mono recording—considered Spector his main competition as a studio artist. In the s, Wilson thought of Spector as " He's timeless. The Teddy Bears. Mitchell ParishBo ChatmanJ. Mayo Williams. Jerry Leiber and Phil Spector. Pretty Little Angel Eyes.

Tommy Boyce and Curtis Lee. Every Breath I Take. Gerry Goffin and Carole King. Barry Mann and Larry Kolber. Under the Moon of Love. Phil Spector and Leroy Bates. Ray Gilbert and Allie Wrubel. Bob B. Puddin' N' Tain. The Alley Cats. He's Sure the Boy I Love. Not Too Young to Get Married. All Grown Up. A Fine Fine Boy. White Christmas. Frosty the Snowman. The Bells of St. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town. Marshmallow World. Tommy Connors.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Johnny Marks. Parade of the Wooden Soldiers. Leon Jessel. Christmas Baby Please Come Home. Here Comes Santa Claus.

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Track Listing - Disc 1. Phil Spector Back To Mono 1958 1969 Spector. Corrine, Corrina. Mayo Williams. Spanish Harlem. Pretty Little Angel Eyes. Every Breath I Take. Under the Moon of Love. He's a Rebel. Gene Pitney.

Puddin' N' Tain. He's Sure the Boy I Love. Da Doo Ron Ron. Chapel of Love. Not Too Young to Get Married. Wait til My Bobby Gets Home. All Grown Up. Track Listing - Disc 2. Puddin' N' Tain. Da Doo Ron Ron. Chapel of Love. All Grown Up. Be My Baby. Then He Kissed Me. A Fine, Fine Boy. Baby, I Love You. Baby I Love You. Girls Can Tell. Little Boy.


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