Monday, April 13, 2009

Phil Spector Found Guilty of Murder

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The man famous for the "wall of sound" from the sixties and such acts as Ike and Tina Turner and the Righteous Brothers and a bunch of girl groups from earlier in the decade was found guilty of murder. Read more about it here.


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2 comments:

Bond said...

This is a sad end to an incredibly brilliant life...

JohnH985 said...

He was such a brilliant man but looking back it seems like something like this could have almost been predicted. He's had such a history of violence and crazed behavior. When Ronnie Spector was married to him he kept her a virtual prisoner in their house.

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