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Having read several books on Phil Spector as well as "Be My Baby" by Ronnie Spector and "My Name Is Love" by Darlene Love I figured I'd read another, newer Spector... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stormsurger
Well written, good research. Just a sad story.
Spector pulled a gun on LOTS of people over decades. It's a shame none of them pressed charges. Read more
i really liked it ,but im 66 yrs old this was my era i found out stuff ididnot know wish there was more about the groups and recording sessionsPublished 11 months ago by Nels Johnson
This is a tremendous book! It gives a very detailed and complete look at not just Phil Spector, but of all the music and culture of his era. It is a fascinating, well written read. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon User #1
Excellent window into the life and music of Phil Spector. The man was indeed a genius - anyone who can break the traditional sound barriers in music has a brilliant streak - but... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Bonnie L. Santino
interesting look into his life and the life of the record industry. I have to admit--while reading the book I constantly went to u tube to look up some of the songs and listen... Read morePublished 22 months ago by walter ferguson