George Harrison Broke in Through Phil Spector’s Hotel Room Window to Get Him to Come Into the Recording Studio, but That’s Not All He Dealt With

In 1970, the only producer George Harrison had ever worked with was The Beatles’ producer, George Martin. When the band broke up, he had to find a new producer to look after the many songs he planned to record for his first solo album outside The Beatles, All Things Must Pass. George Harrison chose one of the most prolific producers of the 1960s, Phil Spector.

However, he should’ve thought a little harder before deciding.

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