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  • User AvatarRob Geurtsen Okay Matt, I see your point. The next few days I will re-listen to both albums and from what I remember and can analyze there are quite a few 'sounds' and 'styles' that are at least related to Spector or are his contribution. Stay tuned. – Mar 19, 11:58 AM
  • User AvatarChris Dingman I agree, @Matt. But just the idea that artists "sticking to their roots" is somehow better or more authentic is completely arbitrary. Artists don't justify. Artists create. – Mar 19, 10:27 AM
  • User AvatarMatt Hi Rob... As far as I'm aware, Spector's production duties on 'Plastic Ono Band' were almost non-existent - or at least according to one or two key members of the illustrious band who played on that album. Basically, he was literally nowhere to be seen during the making of the... – Mar 18, 6:49 PM
  • User AvatarMatt Keith's comments re; The Beatles and the 'betraying' of their 'roots' is so off-course. If you look at The Beatles' roots (and by that I mean, when you dig back as far as their pre-fame teenage years), you'll find that they weren't only influenced by Rock & Roll (if that's... – Mar 18, 6:25 PM
  • User AvatarMatt @Dan... "If you read Keith’s autobiography, he describes his dad as doing exactly the same thing every day of his working life. Then when he retired and went to live with Keith, he had a strict schedule that he never deviated from – ate the same food, watched the same... – Mar 18, 6:11 PM
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