Legendary and iconic American record producer, mostly famous as the creator of the “Wall of Sound” He helped out on some Stones’ recording sessions—starting when he and Gene Pitney visited the Stones in studios in 1963 for the band’s debut album (co-writing Little By Little, where he also played maracas) Additionally he later played zoom bass on Play With Fire. Andrew Oldham idolized him, eventually attempting Spector’s creative approach in his work with his own Andrew Loog Oldham Orchestra, creating orchestrated versions of then modern-day hits.
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