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Desc:Unreleasable single produced by Phil Spector as a parting EFF YOU to his partner Lester Sill.
Category:Business, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:1960s, wall of sound, phil spector, contractual obligation, The Crystals
Submitted:sasazuka
Date:11/18/14
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infinite zest
at least he didn't murder it
Boomer The Dog
That one is not on Phil's Back To Mono collection. Long tune for a 45 single too.

I wonder why it was unreleasable, it's no worse than other rock and roll tunes of the time.

Boom
gravelstudios
I think it was that a dance called 'the screw' was just too overtly sexual for mainstream teen pop radio at the time.
As crazy/violent Spector is, it's a testament to his genius as a producer that his worst is still pretty good. I don't think he could make a really bad single if he tried.

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