The record producer responsible for some of the biggest hits in music and the architect of The Wall of Sound is dead. A source of knowledge immediately tells TMZ. We were told that he died from complications related to COVID after being taken from his cell to the hospital. We are told that she was diagnosed and hospitalized 4 weeks ago but recovered well enough to return to prison where she is serving 19 life sentences for the murder of Lana Clarkson. According to our sources, he returned with difficulty breathing and was taken to the hospital, where he died on Saturday. Spectrum started his career early. when he was in middle school and produced his first big hit, “Know Him, Love Him” by Teddy Bears. And then the gates opened, he’s had several hits from The Righteous Brothers “Unchained Melody”, “You Lost Your Love”, “You Are My Soul and Inspiration”, “Be My Baby”, “The Ronettes”, “The Crystals” He’s a rebel “and enormously more. Specter has a deep relationship with The Beatles and produced their latest album, Let It Be. Among them are the songs “The Long and Winding Road”, “Come Back” and the title track. He also produced John Lennon’s solo works, including Instant Karma and Imagine. Phil’s reach was very far. He additionally provided Ike and Tina Turner’s “River Deep, Mountain High”.
When Phil produced The Ronettes, he married singer Ronnie in 1968 and had a tumultuous relationship
She accuses him of torturing him during his four years together and tells him that there is nothing – personal or professional – without him. She forbade him to leave his possessions and to draw weapons on him. He ended up running away from her barefoot in 1972.
Sound Wall Spector is a piece of technology he discovered in a tunnel near Hollywood Blvd.
The sound produces a roaring effect that Spector calls “the Wagnerian approach to rock and roll.” Dozens of musicians were re-recorded in orchestral style for a fuller sound. The technique was copied by the Beach Boys and Bruce Springsteen. In 1989 he was drafted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Specter was jailed for the petty murder of Clarkson, an actress he met in 2003. However, while working at the Blue House at WeHo. They returned to his house and he shot them. Despite claiming it was accidental suicide. His first trial in 2007 was scheduled for an adjourned trial, but he has tried again in 2009.