According to the New York Post, Charles Manson wants to collaborate with Phil Spector since they’ve both got some time to, um, kill at Corcoran State Prison in central California:
Soon after he settled in, “a guard brought Philip a note from Manson, who said he wanted him to come over to his [lockup]. He said he considers Philip the greatest producer who ever lived,” [Spector’s wife] Rachelle told Page Six. “It was creepy. Philip didn’t respond.” […]
“I think Manson wants to glean some musical advice from Phil, who was a ’60s music god with his ‘Wall of Sound,’ ” Spector publicist Hal Lifson told us. “But Phil’s like, ‘I used to pick up the phone and it was John Lennon or Celine Dion or Tina Turner, and now Charles Manson is trying to get a hold of me!’ “
Awesome! If you’ve heard the Beach Boys b-side “Never Learn Not To Love” or Guns N’ Roses‘ The Spaghetti Incident, you’ve heard Charlie’s songwriting skills. His semi-legit album, Lie, has a handful of good songs, too (“Look at Your Game Girl,” “Home is Where You’re Happy”). This has the potential to be absolutely killer! Number one with a bullet, baby!
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