And that was that. On April 2, 1970, Phil Spector put the final touches on the Beatles' Let It Be album, ending their time as a recording entity until the Anthology project in the mid-'90s.
Phil Spector remains in prison today, convicted on April 13, 2009, for the second-degree murder of Lana Clarkson
A letter from John Lennon to Phil Spector blaming Harry Nilsson and Keith Moon for studio hijinks is going up for auction.
Producer Phil Spector, known for creating the 'Wall of Sound' technique, for producing the Beatles 'Let It Be' and his wild and crazy hair, will not go quiet into that good jail cell, to perversely paraphrase a Dylan Thomas poem! The producer, 72, is serving a 19-years-to-life sentence on a 2008 murder conviction but he is filing Supreme Court appeal to contest the conviction.