Sunday, July 26, 2009

Spector gets a letter

If we're to believe any of it, Charles Manson has been sending Phil Spector letters suggesting that - since they're both being held in the same prison, they should make some music together:

Spector's wife Rachelle Spector told a US newspaper: '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. 'It was creepy. Philip didn't respond.'

Creepy? God, I'll say. 'One of the best producers' maybe, but to claim he's the greatest whoever lived? That's some serious creeping.

I'm tempted to see if we can get Pete Waterman thrown into the same jail on some trumped up charge to test if Manson approaches him, too. For something other than "do you have Mike Stock's phone number?"


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I quite like the idea that Charles Manson spends his time in prison sitting watching repeats of The Hitman and Her.

simon h b said...

Surely that would a cruel and unusual punishment outlawed by the constitution?

Anonymous said...

I think we're safe with Hitman, however I'm confident that his programme about trains is referred to in the Geneva Convention.

M.C. Glammer said...

Newbie Spector ignores old lag Manson's plea? That's surely an attempt to get his appeal going on the grounds of insanity.

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