Never-Ending Book Quiz
Can you identify this passage? (Non-Fiction/1965)
[Phil] Spector had a system. Spector's system is to put them out one at a time and pour everything into each one. Spector does the whole thing. He writes the words and the music, scouts and signs up the talent. He takes them out to a recording studio in Los Angeles and runs the recording session himself. He puts them through hours and days of recording to get the two or three minutes he wants…. He handles the control dials like an electronic maestro … using things like two pianos, a harpsichord and three guitars on one record; then re-recording the whole thing with esoteric dubbing and over-dubbing effects … coming out with what is known throughout the industry as "the Spector sound."
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