Phil Spector, producer of The Beatles “Let it Be” has died

Phil Spector, who produced albums like The Beatles “Lei it be”, died of complications from Covid-19, which he contracted in prison, according to those services.

The music producer was diagnosed with covid-19 four weeks ago and died on Saturday in a hospital where he was transferred due to respiratory complications, the prison services added.

Phil Spector made a name for himself in the recording industry producing works by Tina Turner, The Beatles and The Righteous Brothers.

He was the driving force behind the so-called “wall of sound”, characterized by exuberant orchestrations and instruments, with bass support, which he defined as “a Wagnerian approach to rock and roll”.

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In April 2008, Phil Spector was convicted of shooting, in 2003, actress Lana Clarkson at her home

A first trial in 2007 was canceled because it was impossible for the jury members to reach an agreement.

Later, in October of that year, evidence presented at a new trial was sufficient to determine that on February 3, 2003, Spector murdered Lana Clarkson, hours after meeting her at a Sunset Strip club in Hollywood.

In 2009, he was sentenced to 19 years in prison.

The prosecution portrayed Spector as a sadistic misogynist with a three-decade history of “playing Russian roulette with the lives of women” when he was drunk.

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  1. I was just chatting with my coworker about this today at lunch . Don’t remember how we got on the subject in fact, they brought it up. I do recall eating a wonderful steak salad with cranberries on it. I digress

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