Phil Harvey Spector was born in The Bronx, New York City, U.S.A on December 26, 1939. He is known as a prominent American record producer, musician and songwriter who was later found guilty by a court and sentenced to 19 to life in prison.
Before going down the drain, Spector was a man of the people. He was the brain behind the “Wall of Sound,” a production formula used to aid in rock and roll songs. In other words, Spector was an influential producer in the music industry.