Wall of Pain: The Life of Phil Spector

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Sanctuary, 2005 - Sound recording executives and producers - 327 pages
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For the avid Phil Spector fan, this book presents new insights into the eccentric producer via astonishing first-hand anecdotes and observations from people who knew him best. Coinciding with his trial on charges of first-degree murder, this is a timely perspective on the reclusive eccentric like no previous publication. Featuring recent interviews, never previously published, with ex-wife Ronnie Spector, close friend Doc Pomus, co-writer Ellie Greenwich, session singer Darlene Love, engineer Larry Levine, rock 'n' roll historian Michael Oaks, and many more. The appendix also provides a complete guide to all of Spector's productions over the past 40 years Previously published by Sanctuary.

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Dave Thompson is one of the leading authorities on all things music. He has published more than 100 books - including the wonderful 1000 Songs That Rock Your World ? and is a regular contributor to "Goldmine" magazine, as well as "Rolling Stone". A prodigious writer, Thompson was ranked as one of the Top 5 biographers by "Mojo" magazine. His biographies have included works on David Bowie, Deep Purple, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Cure, KISS, and many, many more.

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