Through the 60s, he was the Tycoon of Teen. Through the 70s, he was the Mad Genius. And for the next 20 years, until the death of actress Lana Clarkson threw him back under the spotlight, he was rock's most legendary recluse. Phil Spector defined the way we listen to music and, by refusing to play the game, helped define the way we look at modern celebrities. Wall of Pain tells the complete story of the producer's remarkable journey, from working-class Brooklyn boy to universally respected recording wizard. Going beyond the ...

Wall of Pain 2007, Bobcat Books, London

ISBN-13: 9781860746451

Trade paperback