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Phil Spector PHOTO: CA Dept of Corrections

Phil Spector, some of the influential and profitable document producers in rock ’n’ roll who drove a string of hits within the early Sixties with the Crystals, the Ronettes and the Righteous Brothers, has died.

His music was outlined as a ‘wall of sound” that includes instrumental therapies.

In 2009 he was sentenced to jail for homicide. 

His demise has been confirmed in a assertion from the California Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation. The division stated he died “at an out of doors hospital,” and didn’t give a trigger.

“Spector had been serving a jail sentence for the homicide of Lana Clarkson, a nightclub hostess he took residence after an evening of consuming in 2003. The Los Angeles police discovered her slumped in a chair within the lobby of Mr. Spector’s residence, lifeless from a single bullet wound to the top,” writes the New York Occasions.

Listed below are 25 of his most well-known productions:

1. John Lennon “Think about” (1971)
2. The Beatles “Let It Be” (1970)
3. The Righteous Brothers “You’ve Misplaced That Lovin’ Feelin’” (1964)
4. The Righteous Brothers “Unchained Melody” (1965)
5. George Harrison “My Candy Lord” (1970)
6. The Ronettes “Be My Child” (1963)
7. Ike & Tina Turner “River Deep, Mountain Excessive” (1966)
8. The Crystals “Da Doo Ron Ron (When He Walked Me House)” (1963)
9. John Lennon “On the spot Karma (We All Shine On)” (1970)
10. The Dixie Cups “Chapel of Love” (1964)

11. The Crystals “He’s a Insurgent” (1962)
12. The Beatles “The Lengthy and Winding Street” (1970)
13. Ben E. King “Spanish Harlem” (1960)
14. The Teddy Bears “To Know Him Is to Love Him” (1958)
15. John Lennon “Jealous Man” (1971)
16. John Lennon “Stand by Me” (1975)
17. The Crystals “Then He Kissed Me” (1963)
18. John Lennon “Glad X-Mas (Warfare Is Over)” (1971)
19. George Harrison “Give Me Love, Give Me Peace on Earth” (1973)
20. George Harrison “What Is Life” (1971)

21. John Lennon “Mom” (1970)
22. John Lennon “Working Class Hero” (1970)
23. Paris Sisters “I Love How You Love Me” (1961)
24. John Lennon “God” (1970)
25. Ramones “Rock and Roll Excessive College” (1979)

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