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PHIL SPECTOR Back To Mono (1958-1969) (ABKCO 7118-2) USA 1991 4CD Box-Set + book

PHIL SPECTOR Back To Mono (1958-1969) (ABKCO 7118-2) USA 1991 4CD Box-Set + book
PHIL SPECTOR Back To Mono (1958-1969) (ABKCO 7118-2) USA 1991 4CD Box-Set + book PHIL SPECTOR Back To Mono (1958-1969) (ABKCO 7118-2) USA 1991 4CD Box-Set + book PHIL SPECTOR Back To Mono (1958-1969) (ABKCO 7118-2) USA 1991 4CD Box-Set + book PHIL SPECTOR Back To Mono (1958-1969) (ABKCO 7118-2) USA 1991 4CD Box-Set + book
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PHIL SPECTOR - Back To Mono (1958-1969) (ABKCO 7118-2) USA 1991 4 CD Box-Set + book
unplayed new condition | item is still factory sealed. | complete with 96 page book, his classic Rock'n'roll and ofcourse 'The Christmas Album'.

Back to Mono (1958–1969) is a box set four-disc compilation of the recorded work of record producer Phil Spector, during the decade of the 1960s, released in 1991 by ABKCO as #7118-2. The first track, "To Know Him Is to Love Him," presents the only exception as it was released in 1958, featuring Spector as performer as well, as part of the group The Teddy Bears. Initially a vinyl album-sized package, the box contained a booklet with photographs, complete song lyrics, discographical information, and a reproduction of the essay on Spector by Tom Wolfe, "The First Tycoon of Teen." The package also contained a small, round, red "Back to Mono" pin.
all of the musical arrangements are by Jack Nitzsche. The list of musicians contributing to the tracks number in the hundreds, but prominent among them are Brian Wilson, Hal Blaine, Sonny Bono, Red Callender, Glen Campbell, Al DeLory, Steve Douglas, Jim Gordon, Jim Horn, Carol Kaye, Barney Kessel, Larry Knechtel, Jay Migliori, Ray Pohlman, Don Randi, Lyle Ritz, Billy Strange, Tommy Tedesco, Bill Pitman, and Nino Tempo.

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