Thursday, March 23, 2006

Wall of Hair?

Once known for creating a “wall of sound” as a pop music hit-maker/recording engineer, now Phil Spector, 66, is perhaps going for a wall-of-hair look. Pictured left, Spector is charged with murdering actress Lana Clarkson in his Southern California home on Feb. 3, 2003. Now, according to AP:

“A [Los Angeles] judge agreed Wednesday to postpone the murder trial of music producer Phil Spector until September, noting that prosecutors and a defense attorney have scheduling conflicts."

The trial had been scheduled to begin on April 24, but apparently one of Spector's attorneys has to be in New York then for a federal trial. Clark, a B-movie actress who starred in such cult classics as “Barbarian Queen,” was 40 years old on the night she died, after working a shift as a hostess at the House of Blues on Sunset Strip. Police say she went home after work with Spector, who is now free on $1 million bail.

1 comment:

Stomp Allen said...

I know this is serious (murder charges) - but the "wall of hair" thing really cracks me up.

(Go Webb!)